I’m very happy that I come across to your site. I would like to start working from home using Pinterest and affiliate marketing and your text here is really supportive. I also have the same issue like Jelena, related to the country where are you from. Actually, not all programs are available to all countries, and that is a huge problem. As an example, today I have tried to get an affiliate link of an adobe cut pro program but my country is not on their list. But nevertheless, I think that we should be persistent and follow good and successful as you are. Thanks for the text.
"Once your page has reached 25 “Likes” you get the option of creating a custom “Vanity” URL." You don't have to get 25 likes, which might be tough for somebody just starting out. They can go to the personal page, attached to their new brand/product/website page, and in the settings, include their cell phone number for text messages. Then, once it has been verified, return to the new page and they will be able to add a user name.

You may have read my recent chat with a Pinterest expert, McKinzie Bean, where she shares tips to crush affiliate marketing on Pinterest without a blog. Now, we’re going to get into the specifics. This post will show you the exact step-by-step process to create pins with viral potential, write keyword-rich pin descriptions, and promote them on Pinterest. Let’s get started!


I am so delighted to have my friend Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body here today to talk a little bit about blogging strategy– and more specifically, monetizing your blog! Tasha is my go-to source any time I have questions about using affiliate sales as an income stream for my site, and I know you will find the information she has to share incredibly helpful as well. I’ll let her take it from here!
This is amazing news as so many of us spend most of our weekly shopping routines inside a Walmart super-center. They truly have everything you need and thankfully over the past few years they have improved the products being carried. Along with improving their in-store merchandise, the great thing is that they enhanced their online store to include everything you see in stores today.
I know getting into Google Adwords and being approved is a process that can take more than 24 hours. Sometimes even days and at the end Google could not approve you. On the other hand, Facebook seems to be easier to ride on, even if it’s the first time you’ve done any kind of PPC (Pay per Click) campaign. Basically, you just open your Facebook wall, and from the left menu select the “Facebook Ads” or “Ads manager” option.
For example, I have a post featuring 10 Affordable Headboards on my blog. Now, instead of just pinning the “pinnable graphic” you see below, I pin that PLUS individual images of each headboard featured within the post. That exponentially increases the chance that people will click on the pin and through to my blog post, which in turn increases my chance of making affiliate sales from that post. Plus, it also boosts traffic to that post, which translates to more ad revenue as well–it’s a win-win!
Hi, i try to promote the Facebook post for engagements. But I wanted traffic from that post to my website. For the first three link clicks I got charged even less than one cent per click. But after that the price went upto 10 cents per click and that was not profitable for me. What can I do to keep the link click price at 1 cent per click? Even 2 cent per link click would be fine but if that crosses then I can’t make profit. Please give any suggestions.
As Walmart’s recent partnership with Google demonstrates, we’re sure they will work to change that. Right now, however, shoppers know that while browsing, they can likely find the item at a cheaper price at their nearest physical Walmart–of which there are over 4,000 in the US, a clear case of their status as the biggest brick-and-mortar retailer in the world working against them online.
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