Learn how to grow your affiliate income by adding links to pins on Pinterest. Discover the shoppable button feature and how to use it to promote products. Find out how to tag products in your pins and experiment with this underutilized feature. Amazon is an approved platform for affiliate links on Pinterest.
The video discusses how to grow affiliate income with pins on Pinterest. The speaker explains that adding affiliate links to pins is a great way to promote products. She demonstrates how to use the shoppable button feature, where users can add products that people can shop. The speaker also mentions that although this feature is currently underutilized, it can be beneficial for the end user. She advises viewers to start tagging products in their pins and experimenting with the feature. Additionally, she shares that Amazon is an approved platform for affiliate links on Pinterest. Overall, this training provides insights on leveraging affiliate links and maximizing their impact on Pinterest.
okay let's talk about how to grow your
affiliate income with pens on Pinterest
this is a really cool feature that has
been out for a while but I feel like
it's very underutilized it's something
that not a lot of people talk about
um or I feel like even really know how
to use so I wanted to do a quick
training on how to link affiliate links
within pins on Pinterest now you can
absolutely add an affiliate link to just
a pen itself so say you're creating a
pen around a specific product and then
that pin links out to the product you
can do that for sure that's definitely
an option but the other option that is a
really kind of cool feature and I'll
just show you with one of my pins for
example is let's just click on this pin
this is one of my pins a newer one and
then I just pushed out and so if you
click on it you can see this little
shoppable button here if you click that
button you can add products that people
can shop now I will preface this by
saying not a ton of users are really
utilizing this feature yet but the more
and more and that
products are added to pins and things
like that I feel like it will be
more useful to the end user so now's a
good time to just kind of start tagging
some products in your pens experimenting
with it and just seeing how your
audience responds to this so I'm going
to click the plus button and there's a
couple of ways to do this
so if you use this drop down here to all
pins you can see some products that I've
tagged before so we could use a mixer
with this some plates things like that
and click save products now if I wanted
to add another Amazon link let's say
brownie pan to go along with this
I can just go over here to Amazon grab
my affiliate link
and then pop back over here enter the
use the link
and just pick a image that I want to use
to go with it and save products and then
once you're done you can click done
and I've noticed it's a tad glitchy when
you save those products but if you go
back over here to your saved pins I have
noticed like I said it came in a little
glitchy you might have to do it a couple
of times but as you can see the products
are there and you can always go back in
and add different products if you wanted
to so it's a really cool feature it's a
really good way to just kind of add your
affiliate links get your affiliate links
out there Amazon is one that's approved
and there are a couple of others that
Pinterest approves and I'm sure that
that will change as time goes on but
it's just a nice little feature that I
wanted to mention that I feel like I
said not a lot of people are aware of so
I want to do to do a quick training on
that feel free to let me know if you
have any questions if you're not in our
Facebook Community if you'll go over to
Facebook and search for Pinterest
strategy with Allison Lancaster or
Google web stories with Allison
Lancaster you can find the group and
join it there I answer questions over
there here oftentimes I'm very active in
there and answering questions and doing
trainings and things like that so you
can also visit my website
allisonr Lancaster that's R is in
Rebecca lancaster.com thank you
Pinterest offers a unique feature that many people are not taking advantage of - the ability to add affiliate links within pins. This feature allows you to monetize your pins and increase your affiliate income. Let's take a closer look at how to use this feature effectively.
First, you can simply add an affiliate link to a pin itself. This means that when users click on your pin, they will be directed to the product you are promoting. This is a straightforward way to generate affiliate sales.
However, there is another cool feature that Pinterest offers - the ability to add shoppable products to your pins. This feature is a game-changer as it allows users to directly shop the products within the pin. By clicking on the shoppable button, users can see the products you have tagged and make a purchase instantly.
It's important to note that this feature is still underutilized by many users, but with more and more products being added to pins, it is expected to become more useful to the end user. Therefore, now is the perfect time to start experimenting with this feature and see how your audience responds.
To add shoppable products to your pins, follow these steps:
It's important to note that not all affiliate programs are supported by Pinterest. Currently, Amazon is one of the approved programs, and there are a few others as well. Make sure to check Pinterest's guidelines to ensure your affiliate links are in compliance with their policies.
This feature is a great way to showcase your affiliate products and increase your earnings. By leveraging the power of Pinterest, you can attract more potential customers and convert them into buyers through shoppable pins.
If you have any questions or want to learn more about Pinterest strategies, I invite you to join our Facebook community. You can find us by searching for "Pinterest Strategy with Allison Lancaster" or "Google Web Stories with Allison Lancaster." I am actively involved in the group, answering questions and providing valuable trainings. Additionally, you can visit my website, allisonrlancaster.com, for more information.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to grow your affiliate income with Pinterest's shoppable pins. Start experimenting and see how it can benefit your affiliate marketing efforts.
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