First, let me emphasize that I feel strongly that bloggers should not go overboard when sharing affiliate links on Pinterest. Think about it… When you scroll through your Pinterest feed, do you want to only see products for sale? Probably not. So exercise your judgment and make sure that affiliate links are a small percentage of the content that you share on Pinterest.


Nice to read your article. There is a common question among the e-commerce sellers that is whether they can use Amazon affiliate links on facebook ads. Facebook has no problems if we use affiliate links in ads, but Amazon can disapprove it and might shut down us. We can use affiliate links inside the page posts or other page content without issue until we don’t try to boost those posts. For running ads and getting affiliate commission, what others do is send advertising traffic to a landing page on where people can click to buy the product on Amazon and that second click uses an affiliate link. That’s the safest way to go about this.
The comments section enables creators and viewers to interact, which increases engagement and can help with video rankings. If you’ve enabled comments for your video, you can post, like, and dislike comments, and reply to other people’s comments. Also, you can edit and delete your comments. A creator can pin (and unpin) a comment to the top of the section for greater visibility. Viewers will see the comment at the top with the “Pinned by” icon and channel name.
If you’re the first in any industry to make it big, you get what’s known as brand saliency, which Amazon certainly has. They operate with integrity and have, for the most part, proven that they can be trusted to do what they say they will. They also honor price-matching, practice a rigorous return policy and promote deals that keep their site front of mind for anyone who goes online to buy anything.
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