Everybody wants to make money with blogging these days. But before long most bloggers realize that it actually takes a bit of elbow grease to get there. While many try their luck at niche marketing, others yet travel as affiliate marketers. Some succeed and most will fail.
As you probably heard, it is a numbers game alright. There is one method however you can make your own. That is to become a product reviewer. So how do you do this and what is needed to do this effectively?
- You’ll need to find a suitable market in which to get active in. You’ll want something that supports many affiliate programs as this will make it easier to get earning fast.
- Now it is time to find a suitable domain name. Ideally you want to have your niche keyword and the word review in the domain. So if you found the niche “gambling’ to be good for you, then try something like gamblingrewviews Dot com or bestgamblingreviews Dot com.
- After your domain is registered (I recommend GoDaddy.com for that) and you have installed a WordPress blog for this, it is time to move to the next part.
- Start writing your reviews on popular products within your niche. Use places such as eBay, Amazon and Google to see what is hot right now. To write them effectively follow the principles below:
Use the name of the product in your title and in the post. It is good to review the product from a neutral perspective. if you sound too excited, readers might find it artificially inflated and click away.
You’ll want to cover both the good and the bad about each product you review.
Don’t forget to include images when appropriate and your affiliate link so that you’ll get paid on sales.
Here are some ideas to get your started in the right direction:
- Book reviews
- Movie reviews
- Music reviews
- Video reviews
- DVD reviews
- Clothing review
- Affiliate program reviews
- and more
This could lead you to build over time a nice sized blog that will attract quite a bit of search engine traffic and convert to sales. Have fun with it and do a regular number of reviews every week.