How To Make Your First Affiliate Sales in 24 Hours Using Pinterest- Review

When I first read a blog post on House of Brazen I wasn’t even a blogger. I spent a lot of time on Pinterest because I am a visual junkie.  It makes sense since I am an interior designer and my job is to create visually appealing spaces. However, Pinterest usually helped me find the answer to a question I had, because of all the amazing blogs out there chockfull of great information.  It made me curious about blogging and I searched Pinterest for ways to blog.  I figured out how to set up a blog with all of the advice from bloggers on Pinterest. I am sure it would have been a lot easier and faster if I followed someone’s course, but the information is available in bits and pieces on Pinterest. After going through the long, intense process of setting it up I realized how the education from other bloggers ‘who have been there done that’ is so incredibly helpful and important and makes your life so much easier!

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So, there I am 2 months in, blogging along and I keep seeing the term ‘affiliate marketing’ in Pinterest. I didn’t know you could make money from your blog until I read about income reports on Pinterest.  I wanted to learn how to do that to make more income for both me and my family. Again, I rooted around Pinterest for the information but came up with bits and pieces. What I learned around Pinterest is that I had to sign up for Amazon affiliates, Google Adsense, ShareASale, etc. There a bunch of affiliates you can sign up with as a new blogger that don’t require a crazy amount of page views. I learned how to “optimize” my previously published posts with affiliate links to products that I believed would benefit my readers, but I wasn’t very satisfied with the results.  I got clicks and only 2 sales…  Then, in my Pinterest feed, I saw ‘How to make your 1st affiliate sale in 24 hours using Pinterest’. I clicked on it and Elise, from House of Brazen, persuaded me to believe it could work, because more than anything else I very curious to see if it would turn out to be true. She has all of these testimonials in the ebook from credible successful bloggers…so I thought “why not. It is not a HUGE investment.” Cut to, now I am one of those people that can say, “It works!” Not only did it teach me how to affiliate market by using Pinterest, but it also gave me the tools to see income from affiliate marketing!

For those who are looking for a reliable and definite way of making money through affiliate sales in 24 hours, here’s your answer. How To Make Your First Affiliate Sales in 24 Hours Using Pinterest is a perfect guide to learn how to implement affiliate marketing with your blog. It ensures that you know all the tricks and tips needed to achieve your goals.

You can start making money and establish a solid income stream every month by increasing your affiliate sales in 24 hours using Pinterest. Sounds simple right? Well, it is. With the help of this eBook that lists down every step of affiliate sales easily, it will equip you with the actionable steps to be able to achieve sales that you never did before. It provides easy to use methods and step by step guides to increase your chance of a sale. It’s effective and it is known to work. This guide was what I needed to get me on the road to achieving affiliate sales.

What You Need To Know

There are a few things that you need to have to get started on selling as an affiliate marketer. Once you have the book at hand, you need to know how affiliate marketing works, have an affiliate product that you believe in and want to sell, know how Pinterest works and become a member of at least one group board. Finally, sign up for BoardBooster so your pins are on autopilot and you don’t have to manually pin. The ebook explains very clearly how Board booster works and how to use it to make pinning effortless.  These five things are the essentials and must be done if you want to proceed to the next step.

The book is written by someone who already had her shot at affiliate marketing. Elise uses “Building A Framework” by Abby Lawson as an example in the book; how she got it and how she started selling it.  So, now you have to promote it to sell it.  What you need to know is that there are ways of promoting the book. Once you sign up as an affiliate, you then have to create the ad/pin for Pinterest. Choose images that catch the attention of the users. The eBook tells you exactly which software to use to create an image. Know that every step is authentic and this eBook explains it in such an easy to understand

Know that every step is authentic and this eBook explains it in such an easy to understand way that there are no problems grasping it at all. The book also tells you where to go for creating your images. The software and all of its details are mentioned in the eBook so you gain an understanding of how to use them. Personally, I use both Canva and Picmonkey for different reasons. Picmonkey gives you more editing control over the pin, but Canva seems to be more intuitive and a quicker option to design creative elements. You can try both programs for free.

Final Step

After you have the affiliate link and created your pin, the final step is you can do either attach your pin to the link for “How To Make Your First Affiliate Sales in 24 Hours Using Pinterest” and start pinning it to group boards in Pinterest. Or you can imbed it in your blog or do both for more exposure. Start getting clicks and start making sales with this definitive guide, which helps you, step by step, to achieve your goals.

This ebook is a workable and practical solution to affiliate marketing, you don’t need anything else to get started with affiliate marketing. Ensure a steady income and make sales every month with this easy to understand guide for a newbie or seasoned blogger alike. You can rock this same strategy for all your affiliate products that you believe in and that will help others on their blogging journey.

Good luck! You’ve got this!

Do you have an affiliate marketing question that I can help with?  Please comment and share!

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19 comments

  1. Hi, Marnie! Although I started to dabble in affiliate marketing earlier this year, I just started making it more of a priority within the past month or so. I’ve made a little money here and there but still have a long way to go. Do you create your own pin images for smaller products, such as shampoo from Amazon, as well? Thanks!

    ~Angela | Natural Born Mommy

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  3. Spot on with this write-up, I actually suppose this website needs far more consideration. I’ll most likely be once more to learn far more, thanks for that info.

    1. Hi Tegan,
      I am so glad it has helped you. It absolutely made the difference for me when I was first delving into affiliate marketing.If you ever have a question feel free to drop me a line! Good luck!
      Take care,
      Marnie

  4. Very helpful. I need to start making some affiliate connections – I hope amazon doesn’t cut me off! Thanks for the rundown!

  5. Very motivating, I know how hard it can be making that first sale.I know the desperation I felt when Amazon threatened to kick me out if I did not make a sale.Wish I had found this post back then.
    Really informative and well written and something beginners in need os quick sales can really learn from.
    Thanks for sharing

    1. Hi Sarganser,
      I completely agree about the difficulty of your first sale. I have from heard others that Amazon threatened to kick them off the affiliate program…geez I hope that doesn’t happen to me! Thank you for the response!
      Take care,
      Marnie

    1. Hi Aleah,
      I am so glad it helped you! I struggled with affiliate marketing as well. It gave me the information to successfully making it happen.
      Take care,
      Marnie

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