MAKE SOME EXTRA CASH WITH THE GET BLOGGED AFFILIATE PROGRAM…

Make some money with affiliate marketing with the company Get Blogged.

Check out Get Blogged Affiliate Program. They operate generous commission plans which means you can make money upfront and over the lifetime of brand signup. As soon as the brand you have sent to Get Blogged creates a free account, you earn a commission.

You continue to earn commission on each blogging job, and each hires the brand completes. Most users go on to create multiple jobs and will, on average, hire 2+ proposals per job, month after month. In other words, you can build an income stream that pays out over the long term.

Affiliate marketing is a form of marketing that sources new customers via other businesses, publishers, and third-parties (affiliates). These affiliates refer their customers or readers to other brands in return for a small commission.

Affiliate marketing is a popular choice for many businesses because it’s performance-based. You get to choose which actions or events count as conversions, and you only pay out when these conversions are completed.

Affiliate marketing is highly cost-effective in comparison to other marketing techniques. The payouts for successful affiliate referrals are usually much cheaper than the costs of running a full-scale advertising campaign, for example. Because of these benefits, affiliate marketing is expected to become increasingly popular.

Source: Get Blogged, Talon One

13 REASONS TO READ THROUGH AFTERNOON TEA4TWO’s POSTS FOR JANUARY…

28 REASONS TO READ THROUGH BACK PAIN BLOG UK’s JANUARY BLOG POSTS…

WORLD REFLEXOLOGY WEEK 21st – 27th SEPTEMBER, 2020…

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World Reflexology Week takes place every year in the last full week in September.  It is about promoting reflexology and raising awareness of reflexology to the public on a global level.

The FHT say relieving stress and tension is just what we all need right now, so we want to help members spread the word about how reflexology can support health and wellbeing. The FHT wrote “To say that this year has been challenging is of course an understatement. Unable to carry out face to face treatments we have all had to utilise our skills in other ways, writes Amanda Vickers, MFHT. 

‘I work within a team of complementary therapists at the NHS Mustard Tree Macmillan Cancer Support Centre. Ensuring cancer patients and their families could continue to receive support throughout the pandemic, I adapted my sessions to be carried out over the phone or virtually. These sessions supported them…

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