Interested in learning how Knowledge Eager makes money?
Then you've come to the right place!
Affiliate links are one of the two ways I earn money with Knowledge Eager.
Here's how it works:
I find and review a product that can be bought online.
If this product has an affiliate program I apply to become an affiliate for that retailer.
After being accepted into the affiliate program, I include a special link to the product I reviewed. When you use my link to purchase the product, I receive a small commission, typically ranging from 1-8% for physical products and a slightly higher percentage for online products. When you use my links to purchase the product, you pay the standard price or even receive a small discount most of the time.
It's worth noting that I don't only use affiliate links when recommending a product. Sometimes, I link to products that I explicitly label as not worth it.
If a reader still chooses to buy a product that I explicitly label as not worth it, I still earn a commission that supports Knowledge Eager. However, it's worth noting that I rarely earn a commission from products that I don't recommend.
In addition to earning money through affiliate links, I also generate revenue by utilizing display ads.
I understand that display ads can be annoying for users.
Typically, I disable ads on articles that contain affiliate links. However, I have many articles that don't contain any affiliate links and therefore don't generate any income for me. Those articles usually have ads displayed on them.
If you have any questions, contact me.