Triptipedia's monetization program allows travel writers to earn a commission on the revenue generated by their travel tips.
Our readers love articles containing useful travel tips & practical information.
Share what you've learned during your own travels or everything you know about your hometown.
Once you submit a monetized travel tip, our team will look for partners interested by sponsoring it.
We'll then add relevant link(s) and / or a short paragraph about related services or products.
You earn a commission with every sale from your travel tips.
Once your balance reaches $50, you can request a payment from your user interface, with Paypal or wire transfer (IBAN)*.
* transfer charges may apply
A monetized travel tip needs to follow the usual guidelines plus a few requirements:
Travel tips posted on Triptipedia still belong to you.
You are free to delete them (delete icon on your user interface) at any time and publish them somewhere else, no questions asked.
Monetized travel tips feature paying services (related to your content) that readers can buy/book.
We have several ways of monetizing a travel tip:
The way a travel tip is monetized can evolve over time, depending on its performance and the new opportunities we get.
It's impossible for us to guess in advance, especially without seeing your travel tip. For this reason, we prefer not to make any promises we can't keep.
Some travel tips won't make any revenue, others will make tens of dollars per month. Sometimes, a travel tip starts to earn money after a while, sometimes revenue stops suddenly. Earnings can also be seasonal, it depends.
We don't want to trick anybody into writing for free. This is why you own the content you post on Triptipedia and you can remove it whenever you want. We feel this is a fair middleground for everybody.
Begin by writing a travel tip.
When you'll reach 1,000 words, a checkbox will appear in the preview: monetize this travel tip, check it before submitting your travel tip.