So how can a Travel Affiliate Website make more money consistently
Making money on your affiliate offers has a lot to do with the volume of traffic to your website, which inturn depends upon the quality of content on your website and mobile readiness. Given below are 6 rules that must be followed by an affiliate who operates in the Travel domain. These are simple rules and compounded with a good content management system and framework, your travel affiliate website can generate high revenue, consistently.
Solve your travelers problem
Build your travel affiliate websites that has information travelers are looking for and help solve their problems, then add affiliate links to it. Better still don’t just refer links. You lose out on the ability to market and remarket to your customers. You spend a lot of time and resources building those special pages and content that will get the customers to your door step. By just referring to the links you are losing out on the ability to retarget them at a later point in time. They are your customers and you have every right to claim their loyalty for you.
Find multiple revenue streams for your website
You need to have the ability develop multiple revenue streams on your website. There are various products that can be offered to the same target market. Find areas to cross sell and upsell to your customer. A traveler who buys hotel nights from your site may also be looking for events in the area or a restaurant. Again as mentioned above don’t just throw the affiliate links. Build content around those links and sprinkle links for your non-core products.
Build a natural looking travel website
Automatic website builder programs that use content spinning to make your site look real, will not look real to the visitor. Make sure the website is responsive, that is it is optimized for all devices.
Add the Personal Touch
Travel websites lack the personal touch that Agents offer to their travelers. Try an increase touchpoints with your visitors along their journey. Say that someone searching for a hotel in London for a 7-night stay for two adults and two children, a fantastic search result could include local restaurants, distance from the beach and childcare options.
Content and Reach
Make sure you write for humans and optimize for the search engines. Your Travel affiliate website must resonate with the traveler. Stuffing keywords and links on pages to make the page look important and rich to search engines no longer works. Search engine algorithms are being updated everyday. They are becoming better at recognizing valuable and trustworthy content. Once your content is in place, place social media icons appropriately to help your visitors share content. Yes, do remind them to share content.
Keep your content updated
Especially the key important pages. This is where you can use technology to help you. So if you have a page that talks about a particular city or landmark, you could put in a widget that will pull out hotel deals from the database and display them on the page. Thereby making your page look updated with rich content everytime the bot (search engine crawlers) come to index your page. Also, as the content is relevant, your visitor will also find value in the page
Travel agency website for under $100
Quick Travel Affiliate brings to the table a framework that has all the above components already built in. When you sign up with Quick Travel Affiliate, you get
- A well designed site that is responsive and mobile ready.
- A framework that can give you you own ‘Travel Affiliate Website” in a couple of days
- A team of experts who will help you start earning online revenue in a more strategic manner
- A pre-integrated Expedia Affiliate Network (EAN) API, to help your clients research on your site instead of going elsewhere
- Pre-configured reports and analytics to see how your travel agency website is doing on the internet and lots more…….
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