Monetize Your Blog Images

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Paletly for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Frankly speaking, this is the first time I have come across such service that will enable bloggers to monetize their images. Any way to monetize someting is always a positive for me

Paletly is a style search platform that enables users to shop directly from celebrity and street style images. Their image recognition algorithm is able to identify the clothing worn in a fashion image and bring back similar products from over 1200 global fashion retailers.

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So how do bloggers fit into all of this?

Paletly is extending this service to blogs wherein through the Paletly ‘Shop Similar’ widget, allows fashion bloggers to transform their blog images into shopping windows. This widget is a non-intrusive shopping carousel that sits below the image, showcasing similar products as those featured in the image.

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Users can click on any of the products and be redirected to the shopping retailer for final purchase. Bloggers can make up to 10% in sales commissions from every purchase. How cool is that?!

All it takes is for you to register. You will then be given a code snippet to be placed in your blog. After that, just sit back and let your site’s visitors view anything of interest and once they decide to do a purchase, you also get something as commission.

The Paletly Blogger Program is free and hassle-free! Check out this Paletly Demo to see a visual overview on how this works and how it can help you earn cash.

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One thought on “Monetize Your Blog Images

  1. chitz

    thank you for this.didnt know that you can monetize through your own images

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