I actually used to rank #1 for a “best [PRODUCT TYPE]” keyword a few years back with around 50k monthly search volume – used to pull in 20k+ uniques/month at one point, all to one page. It was nothing but a long blog post; I monetised it solely through Amazon affiliate links and it made £400 – £500/month. Each of the products on the page were around £15 – £30.
I work as a freelancer and I also often use different affiliate programs, often associated with site designers or hosting providers. For me personally, this is a good extra income to the main orders. Recently, I also tried an affiliate program from the form designer and calculators https://ucalc.pro/en/affiliates Earnings, of course, less than on site designers and hosting, but constant. The bottom line is that I register a client in the service and plus to the whole I create a calculator on it for the client. Clients are happy and my money goes 🙂
Businesses leverage various digital channels, such as search engines, social media, email, and their websites to connect with current and prospective customers. At a high level, digital marketing refers to advertising delivered through these digital channels. This term covers a wide range of marketing activities, such as paid search, organic SEO, social media marketing, affiliate marketing, content marketing, video marketing, and so much more.