Get Paid To Eat Paint
I always tell people that you can make money online in any niche, and pretty much nobody believes me. The general concensus of newbies is that the only way to make good money is by promote get-rich, weight loss, or dating products.
It's just not true. At all.
I recently posted what a realistic $1,000 day looks like. Today, I found a really funny affiliate program that just shows to show you the huge range of products you can promote:
It's a cake decorating website. They sell frosting that looks like paint. Or paint that you can eat. I'm not sure if there's a difference.
Here's some other cool stuff they sell:
- edible images
- edible printers*
- edible butterflies
- edible markers
- edible gold
- edible ink
*Note: The printer is not edible. You can use the printer to make edible prints. LOL.
OK, so some hater is going to comment...uhhh, you can't make money off of a 10% commission on a $7 edible butterfly. Yeah. OK.
What about a $500 edible printer? HUH? Yeah, that sounds like a good commission to me.
In fact, that $50, which exactly matches the highest paying commissions from my $1,000 day I mentioned above. Sell a couple of those things per day and you're doing pretty good.
How Many People Have Birthdays?
Everyone has a birthday, plus, they happen every year. Plus anniversaries. Quinceneras. Graduation. Office parties. Baby showers. The list goes on.
There are so many potential wasy to promote edible cake paint.
On top of all those ideas just off the top of my head, you'll discover more through keyword research. Alphabet soup is a great tool with Jaaxy as well. Another good resource for finding questions related to your niche is a site called Answer The Public.
Plus, the more you dig into your niche, the more you'll discover. There are probably affiliate programs and topics right now that you can't even think of because you're not an "expert" yet in your niche.
For example, with my homebrewing website, I found that there's such a thing as non-alcoholic craft beer. I bought some recently and will do some reviews. Someone who's just starting homebrewing might not think of that idea, since it took me about 4 years to think of it!
Sometimes, you can even promote seemingly unrelated products if you're clever enough!
There will always be tons of opportunities in any niche you get into if you dig deep enough. While eating paint might not be your thing, there's always a way to monetize a site with traffic, and the #1 way to get traffic to your website is to continually publish high quality content.
I hope your January has been, and continues to be productive!