Many site owners make the mistake of associating a high-performance grade with great site speed. It doesn’t help that there are many myths and misconceptions about page speed.
In reality, if you want to build a fast website, you need to optimize it for SEO, improve its user experience, and increase conversions. All these factors are unaffected by how high your site is graded on a page speed testing tool.
Google’s 2021 algorithm update will factor in page experience as a ranking signal. This means that if your food blog’s user experience suffers, your ranking in SERPs could drop. There are a number of elements that decide the quality of the page experience. These include core web vitals, responsiveness, safe browsing, and non-intrusive interstitials.
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Affiliate marketing is an effective way to generate revenue, especially for a food blog. Every new recipe or review you publish is an opportunity to earn money through commissions for sales of the products you recommend.
This is a big reason why affiliate marketing is so powerful for bloggers. You don’t need to put your own time and money into researching, creating and marketing a product. You simply need to find existing products you feel resonate with your audience best and market those to them.
The Amazon affiliate program is your best bet when it comes to generating affiliate sales from physical products and ebooks. It’s free to join, and you could earn up to 10% in commissions whenever your audience purchases something using your link. Plus, Amazon is one of the largest and most recognizable retailers in the world.
In this post, we’re going to cover how to monetize a food blog with Amazon’s affiliate program. Specifically, we’ll cover how to use a plugin called AAWP to insert affiliate links on your site creatively and effectively.