Traveling leaves you speechless and then turns you into a storyteller. Indeed, a lot of us wanted to write the stories of our own travels, and life on the road. Others would just like to share the photos of their adventures and show to the world how beautiful our planet is. However, all of these take a lot of money, though others were gifted with the skills to make travels less costly. But what if we can do both? Traveling while earning money? Here’s a list of travel blog affiliate programs you can try.

But first, what are travel blog affiliates?

These are specific programs you can partner with, be it a hotel, activities, or flight companies, and others. Resulting in a referral fee for every successful sale. I am no expert in travel blog affiliates but I am sharing to you some affiliate programs that actually work. Nonetheless, affiliate marketing is trial and error. You can try a certain program that will work for you but will not work for others. It all depends on the kind of readers you have.

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links

1. Media.net

With the Media.net affiliate program, you can monetize your blog by displaying contextual ads. Powered by Yahoo! Bing network, media.net is a good alternative to Adsense. You can apply for the program even if your blog is just newly created. Just like what I did! And I got approved after a few days. The ads displayed are native to your website so you don’t have to worry. However, your main market should be from the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.

Sign up using the link in order to get 10% more above your earnings for the first three months.

Travel blog affiliates
Media.net

2.Siteground

Tired of your inefficient site hosting? Therefore you should try Siteground! There are a lot of reasons why I love Siteground. First, they have widely recognized unmatched support. Secondly,  their customer service is available 24/7 to assist you. Siteground works well with WordPress. They are serious about providing clients the fastest hosting platforms and website security.

They have great hosting plans. The start-up price is at $6.99 per month discounted from $15.00. Sign up using the link and partner with them through their affiliate program and earn as much as $50.00 per successful sale.

Travel blog affiliates
Siteground

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3.World Nomads Travel Insurance

Whenever you are traveling, insurance is a must. World Nomads provide travel insurance to travelers from over 140 countries. In addition, they are backed by reputable insurers and24 hours assistance providers. They have a designated account manager that will ensure you will make the most out of the program. 

World Nomads partner program offers a referral fee of 10% of the policy sales premium. Sign up with them using the link

 

Travel blog affiliates
World Nomads

4.Amazon affiliates

Who says travel blog affiliates are just about hotel bookings, flights, and activities? You can share products on Amazon to your readers through customized links and monetize it. With one of the largest affiliate programs in the world. And You can earn up to 10% in affiliate fees from qualifying products.

Sign up with their program through the link.

Amazon affiliate

5.Commission Junction Affiliate 

CJ affiliate connects publishers with advertisers. It gives you direct access to a wide variety of global brands to negotiate for higher commissions and get sponsored programs. They have a dedicated team of experts that will help you with the program. If you are running a travel blog, you better sign up with CJ affiliate because they have a wide array of advertisers from the travel industry such as Skyscanner and TripAdvisor which lets you earn from pay per click even without making a sale.

Start partnering with a ton of advertisers by signing up using the link.

CJ

 

Whatever our reason for having a travel blog, it is better to earn while traveling. Again, affiliate marketing is trial and error. You can customize partner programs that will specifically cater to your needs and your readers’ interest. Have you tried any of these? Or do you have any other partner programs working with? Let me know down.

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Britt K

    You’ve got some great suggestions here. I’m not sure what travel gear options they have (as I’ve only looked into it for pet-related brands) but I have had a great experience with ShareASale as well. It’s definitely worth checking out. There are SOO many different brands – I’m sure there’s something that would work for a travel blogger!

    1. Edward Venzon

      Cool. Thanks for the suggestion Britt. Ill check on that. Cheers!

  2. Candra

    I just join 1, 4 and 5. But I have removed the media.net code in my blog. That’s too slow. Ummm maybe I will move hosting..

    Good luck bruh!

    1. Edward Venzon

      Oh yeah, I noticed that before but then now it’s okay. Anyway, we’ll see the progress: Cheers!

  3. Vinn

    Awesome! Will definitely check them out. Thanks 😉

  4. Belinda

    I’m joining the 3 and 5. However, with CJ, they deactivated your account if you don’t have sales in six months, and with the COVID-19, nobody search for trips. Siteground is one of the best out there. My website is one year old and never have any technical issues with Siteground 🙂

    1. Edward Venzon

      Oh really? I think I missed that info about CJ. Yes! I really loved siteground, service agents are awesome!

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