Interested in learning how to make money with your interior design blog? Of course, you are. That's why today I've got a slick little tip for you that you'll wanna start using.
Making money with your interior design blog doesn't have to be super hard and this has to be one of the easiest ways you can do it. This is though dependent on you having enough eyeballs on your website and social media accounts, okay? No traffic, no money.
This month in the Society I'm sharing a super simple way to get more traffic and interior design clients using Pinterest. This is a little preview of how you can make money on your interior design blog with Amazon Affiliate links.
How To Make Money With Your Interior Design Blog Tip 1
How To Make Money With Your Interior Design Blog Tip 2
Write a blog post about your top 10 favorite lamps or pillows. Get links for your top 10 items and put them in a blog post.
How To Make Money With Your Interior Design Blog Tip 3
Create a long Pinterest image that you put in your blog post and pin to your account.
How To Make Money With Your Interior Design Blog Tip 4
Sign up with either Mydoma or Designfiles to make more money spec'ing your finds in your design projects. Because, let's face it. You need an interior design blog to get traffic to your website to get interior design clients in the first place. So, you're going to need a program like Mydoma or Designfiles, eventually to make your life a lot easier.
How To Make Money With Your Interior Design Blog Tip 5
Create a weekly roundup of items that you're loving each week along with a mood board to share on social media and of course Pinterest. It's a great way to get more traffic and to share items with your readers that you know they'll enjoy.
Making money with your interior design blog can be easy! Really easy if you're using my simple Pinterest formula to get butt-loads of traffic to your website. So when you're wondering how to make money with your interior design blog and make money remember to always keep your reader in mind. Don't become some spammy, affiliate link dropping whore. Your reader trusts you to not steer them wrong.