Let’s face it, generating a little extra income every month is always fun. The easiest way to do that when you don’t have anything to offer personally is to use affiliation. With this system, you promote a product, and you get a percentage of the sale when someone passes by your link. It’s as simple as that. Simple doesn’t mean easy in principle. Pinterest affiliate marketing is the exception to that rule, though.

Most of the time, when you want to do affiliate marketing, you have several possible paths.

4 To be exact.

The first is to walk around with your link in your pocket.

That is, it’s always at hand.

You will present it to the right and to the left like the little Thumb.

On social networks, forums, or in the comments of a blog.

Hoping that someone will follow your path to make a purchase.

It’s a way of working…

… Like the scratch card player who hopes to hit the jackpot one day.

Let’s face it.

This method offers more time wasted than money made.

So maybe it works for you.

That you stay the whole day watching your post to add comments…

… And see it climb back to the top of a list that will eventually disappear.

And tomorrow? Do you start again? Aren’t you tired of it?

A second solution is to create a sales page with tunnels.

If it’s well done, it works very well …

… Provided you have traffic.

People who visit this page.

If you’re just starting out, it’s not easy.

A third solution is to create a blog on a theme.

To add your links to the articles.

This is a much more interesting method.

A method based on the long term. Because yes, it’s long.

But if you use this method, you are on the right track.

The work you do won’t go away at the end of the day.

But it won’t be there tomorrow either.

The purpose of blogging is to present content to search engines.

But to get into the Google club, you have to prove yourself.

You won’t be his best buddy overnight.

He’s going to look at how you dress (your blog).

How you talk (your articles).

Who you follow (your backlinks).

And then he’ll decide if you’re a nice person.

If he likes you, you’ll be on the first page.

If not, he will turn his back on you, and you won’t even be seen.

It’s hard, yes, I know.

But there’s a way to fix that.

The answer is simple: the Pinterest affiliate.

Pinterest has been allowing affiliates for two years now.

The only requirement: is visible links that don’t hide the content behind them.

Basically, no shortened links.

What you need is a link with a clearly readable URL with a domain name attached to it.

You should also avoid affiliation with Amazon.

Or at least directly.

This is actually the recommended method on the platform.

Redirect the person to content that provides value before offering the product for purchase.

Visitors can tell the difference between affiliate links and a store that sells its items.

The secret? Enriched pins that tag the product pin.

In affiliate marketing, there are none.

The whole premise of Pinterest is to grab content from the site your account is linked to.

It uses the content of your articles to highlight them on the search engine.

This way, it sees if you’re behind the product or not.

To be successful with Pinterest affiliate marketing, here’s what you need to do:

Create a profile optimized for Pinterest.
Create a brand image around a theme.
Create multiple boards around that theme.
Redirect to a post on your blog with your affiliate links and a capture page.
Pin and share pins regularly.

You don’t have to express your literary skills in your articles.

You need to tailor the text to what someone might be looking for when they click on your pin.

A logical continuation that goes along with clicking on your affiliate links with Pinterest.

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