Every now and then I write a blog post for myself. A place where I can compile information that I don’t want to loose. I have been on Pinterest for many years but never took the leap to do Affiliate marketing to attempt to make some money at it.
When I finally decided to take the leap I wanted to make sure that I was doing it legally. I love my Pinterest account and would never do anything to jeopardize it.
The first thing that I did was turn my personal Pinterest account into a Business account. Pinterest makes it easy just click on the button. I wish I had taken a screen capture 🙂
After many hours of sifting through blog post after blog post I hit the mother load of information when I found Sarah’s post on NDCfullcircle.com she gives you all the advice that you need all in one post without asking you to make a further purchase. Loved it!
With this new information I then went in search of products that would be of benefit to my readers. I found this post with information on Affiliate programs. I found products in the top 3 programs so I signed up. I also signed up for MagicLinks as it was recommend by a fellow blogger.
Now armed with all this information I found some courage and posted a sponsored pin on Pinterest.
Get your affiliate link url (directions are different for each affiliate program)
Find or take a good quality image.
Open one of your pinterest boards.
Click the + on top of the board and select create a pin.
Add your image, Add a title, Add a description, Add your unique affiliate link url and choose a board.
***It is important to keep it legal you must disclose that you will receive compensation if items are purchased. You do that by placing a statement in the description part (where it says “Say more about this Pin) Sarah explains it all in her blog post. Link towards the top of this post.
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