How Can I Make Money With Pinterest
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How to Make Money On Pinterest In 2021 (Earn $1,000 Extra Per Month!)
Since 2010, Pinterest has been helping people find DIYs, recipes, products they love, how-tos, and thousands of other random things. It’s both a creative outlet and a marketer’s dream — meaning you can learn how to make money on Pinterest in several different ways.
But, here’s the thing about making money on Pinterest… Pinterest knows how powerful the platform is, and they have been actively making changes to protect their user’s experience. There have been changes with affiliate marketing, running contests, etc.
Some people who learned how to make money on Pinterest had to adjust their strategies, but the changes have honestly made it better for everyone. The content is getting better, and everyone is experiencing a more authentic experience.
Despite the changes, there are 100% legitimate, non-spammy ways to make money on Pinterest.
There are opportunities for bloggers, virtual assistants, affiliate marketing directly through Pinterest, and more.
Here are 9 ways to make money on Pinterest in 2021:
1. Become a Pinterest virtual assistant
Pinterest virtual assistants help bloggers, social media influencers, and online business owners optimize their Pinterest accounts. This includes things like:
- Creating pins
- Using Tailwind for scheduling
- Automating the pinning process
- Doing keyword research
- Working with Pinterest Ads Manager to run Promoted Pins (Pinterest’s version of Facebook ads)
- Creating sales funnels, opt-ins, and more
One of the things Pinterest virtual assistants like so much about the work is that it’s insanely flexible — you work when you want and where you want — and it stays interesting. Most Pinterest virtual assistants have several clients, and they perform different kinds of Pinterest management tasks for each one.
How much can you make as a Pinterest virtual assistant? Each client is worth around $500/month… sweet!
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, the Pinterest Virtual Assistant Course will teach you how to make money on Pinterest as a virtual assistant. You learn about everything in that bullet-pointed list above, plus how to find, land, and retain clients.
The Pinterest VA course is taught by Kristin Larsen, who has already helped hundreds of online entrepreneurs and bloggers grow their businesses.
Click over to the Pinterest Virtual Assistant Course to learn more about the course and hear from some of their students.
P.S. If you want to know how valuable Pinterest virtual assistants are to bloggers and other online entrepreneurs like me, read the next section. My Pinterest VA saves me a ton of time while helping me make money — it’s a win-win.PINTEREST VIRTUAL ASSISTANT COURSE
For more side hustles, read Best Side Hustles to Make an Extra $1,000-$2,000 Per Month.
2. Make money on Pinterest as a blogger
Whenever I publish a new article on my site, my Pinterest virtual assistant creates a pin for it and it’s shared with my Pinterest community. I have boards related to different topics on my site — blogging tips, budgeting and frugal living ideas, tips destroying your student loans, etc. There are also collaborative boards where my VA pins related content from other bloggers and pinners.
If you have a blog and want to learn how to make money on Pinterest, here are a few things you need to do:
Create boards that are related to your blog. For personal finance bloggers, you might have boards for debt payoff advice, money-saving ideas for families, best budgeting apps, etc. Every niche and blog will have slightly different boards and pins. A blogger that focuses on food, would have boards for different types of recipes, their favorite kitchen tools, etc.
Create a freebie and pin it. Free offers are a lead generation for bloggers. What you do is create a freebie that’s related to your site — make sure it’s a high-quality offer because you want to show new readers that they can trust you and come to you for awesome advice and help. If you do it well, you’ll capture email addresses and start long-term relationships with new readers.
Bring new readers to your site with your pins. Every time you publish a new article, create a pin for it. This is simple advice that’s effective and easy to do.
Pin other people’s pins. Interacting with your audience is a big part of blogging, and it’s just as important on Pinterest as it is on Facebook or Instagram.
Create group boards and pin with other bloggers and influencers. Rather than looking at other bloggers as competition, look at them as collaborators. You can reach out to other bloggers in your niche to pin together on boards related to the kind of topics you write about. You’ll each bring new readers to each of your sites.
None of those things are direct ways to make money on Pinterest, but they bring people to your blog. The reality is that everyone has a favorite way to consume content, and some people really like Pinterest.
The reality is that bloggers need to have a strong Pinterest game. Bringing people to your site from Pinterest increases your ability to make money with affiliate links, display advertising, and selling your own products.
3. Affiliate marketing on Pinterest
Affiliate marketing is when you partner with companies to promote products and/or services. The company gives you a unique link (affiliate link) that you insert in your posts or pins. When someone clicks on that link and makes a purchase, you’re paid a commission — this is called making a conversion.
Affiliate marketing is one of several different ways that bloggers make money, but it’s also a legit way to make money on Pinterest. You can find affiliates through networks like ShareASale, FlexOffers, and more. Once you have affiliates to work with, you create pins with affiliate links in the text.
Here are a few really important things to know about affiliate marketing on Pinterest:
- There are some companies that don’t let you post their affiliate links on Pinterest, so always check with the company’s affiliate manager and read the rules of your contract.
- Some companies will not allow you to take images from their site to be used when creating pins, even if you are an affiliate. Amazon is one example.
- When posting affiliate links, Pinterest does not want you to mask or shorten the affiliate link. They want you to be as transparent as possible.
- You always need to disclose your affiliate relationship. This is required by the FTC. The easiest thing to do is put #affiliate or #affiliatelink in your pin.
And possibly the most important point: Pinterest has changed their stance on affiliate marketing several times already. They allowed it in the beginning, banned it in 2015, and now it’s allowed again. I bring this up because when you are making money on another platform, your income is dependant on that platform. A change in Pinterest’s policy could be devastating to an affiliate marketer who was making money on Pinterest alone.
So what to do? I’d start by diversifying your streams of income, and starting a blog is a great one for someone with a large Pinterest following already. There are also other social media platforms that might be good fits too, like Instagram and Facebook.
I still think affiliate marketing is a great way to make money with Pinterest for anyone interested. You can bring a lot of value to your follower’s lives by promoting the products you love. Affiliate income makes up a big part of my blogging income, and I feel really good about the companies and products I promote.
If you’re interested in learning more about affiliate marketing, whether it’s on Pinterest or through your blog, I highly recommend that you check out my good friend Michelle Schroeder-Gardner’s course Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing. She regularly makes around $50,000/month from affiliate marketing alone, and she’s done it all without selling her soul.
You can read my full review of her course at HONEST Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Review.
4. Use Pinterest to drive traffic to your ecommerce site
If you have an eCommerce site, whether it’s through Shopify or Etsy, you can drive traffic to your site and make money with Pinterest. Again, you’re not directly making money from Pinterest — you are leveraging Pinterest’s powerful search engine.
Here’s why Pinterest is an important tool for your eCommerce site:
- 90% of users say that Pinterest helps them decide what to buy
- 78% say it’s helpful to see content from brands they see on Pinterest
- 66% buy something after seeing it on Pinterest
- Pinterest brings in 33% more traffic to shopping sites than Facebook does
If you’re an online shop owner, you can utilize Pinterest in the same ways that bloggers do. That’s creating pins to promote new products, putting together boards for different styles or themes, doing keyword research, etc.
One thing I didn’t mention that’s a huge asset to e-commerce owners who want to learn how to make money on Pinterest is something called Promoted Pins. These are basically Pinterest’s version of Facebook ads. They look like normal pins, but they’re actually an ad.
You can optimize your Promoted Pins to meet different goals (traffic, brand awareness, app installs, etc.) You can choose to place ads in browse mode. But you can also do it in search mode, where you would pick the keywords a user would need to search to see your ads — this is a valuable position because you’re getting ads in front of people who are searching specifically for your product, or at least ones like it.
M$M tip: If you want to learn how to make money on Pinterest by running Promoted Pins for your site, I would check out the Pinterest Virtual Assistant Course mentioned earlier. There is an entire section on Promoted Pins, and you’ll learn a lot more about utilizing Pinterest for your own business needs.
5. Gain a skill from Pinterest and monetize it
Another way to think about Pinterest is as a huge learning library. You can put in the most random stuff and find that someone somewhere has pinned something about it. You can learn how to decorate cakes, build furniture, make origami stars, etc., etc., etc. Not only can you find all of these different things, but you can also collect and organize them.
But what if you did something with all of that knowledge you’re collecting? There are so many different things you can learn how to do on Pinterest, a lot of them are marketable skills.
I spent a little time searching and scrolling through Pinterest, and came up with a few ideas:
You can start a podcast and monetize it
You can learn how to make those fancy signs you see everywhere (my wife has several) and sell them — Facebook buy/sell groups are a great place to start selling
You can learn how to do calligraphy and get paid to make signs, address fancy letters, do invites, and more
You can learn how to knit or crochet and sell hats, scarves, toys, etc.
You can level up your photography skills and eventually sell your photos to stock photo sites, do portrait photography, take family photos, shoot weddings, etc.
That’s just scratching the surface of what you can learn how to do on Pinterest. Rather than focusing on how to make money on Pinterest, think about what you can learn from Pinterest. And here’s the cool part, depending on what you decide to do, you can turn to Pinterest once again to promote your products or services.
6. Curate a shared board with a brand
For pinners with a decent-sized following (this kind of thing is hard to nail down because it’s about the number of followers and the quality of each follower), this and the next two ideas are great ways to make money with Pinterest. Don’t worry, I’ve got tips for growing your Pinterest following at the end of this article.
Curating a shared board with a brand means you work with a company and they pay you, usually, a flat fee, to create a board for them on Pinterest. Not only do you get paid, you end up gaining some followers and views from people who are looking at companies that align with your personal brand and niche.
7. Do a joint promotion with a brand
This is when a pinner works directly with a brand to create pins that promote the company’s products. It can be product placement things, like “10 ways to repurpose Coca-Cola cans” or “5 epic Airbnb vacations.” I don’t know if either of those brands do joint promotions with pinners… this is just an example.
To make money on Pinterest through a joint promotion, you’ll need a successful account and be able to create really awesome pins, which would include:
The concept of the pin
Design of pin
If you’re looking for brands to work with, Pinterest recommends checking out the Pin Collective.
8. Help people shop your look
Shop the Look pins are a really popular way for pinners to earn money by promoting products they are literally wearing or using. I’m sure you’ve seen them — they look something like this:
As long as your account is set up as a business account (what you need to do if you want to make money on Pinterest), you can create Shop the Look pins. For items you’ve tagged in your pins, someone can click on that little blue dot, see the item, make a purchase, and you earn a commission. In some ways, it’s similar to affiliate marketing, but it’s with individual products on individual pins.
9. Teach people your Pinterest strategy
When you get really good at any of those ideas above, the next step is to make money on Pinterest by leveraging your Pinterest knowledge.
If you managed to find several brands to work with you, other pinners will want to know-how. Created a number of successful Pinterest campaigns for different clients, give people that knowledge.
You can monetize your Pinterest knowledge with courses, ebooks, coaching, etc. Having a blog will help you share your journey and reach other people who want to do the same.
If you don’t have a blog yet and are interested in starting one, Launch That Blog is a free service that:
- Helps with the installation and set-up process of a WordPress blog
- Teaches you how to use it
- Helps you make it look awesome
- Makes sure you have the essential tools ready to go
The only thing you need to pay for is hosting, which is only $2.95 per month through Bluehost. Seriously, that’s it. Click over to the Launch That Blog page to learn more about the service and bonus freebies.
Tips for making money on Pinterest
Now that you know how to make money on Pinterest, it’s important to stay on top of growing your Pinterest audience, and here’s how:
Create eye-catching pins
Pinterest is a visual tool, and your pins need to stand out. And if you’re also trying to make money on Pinterest, then they definitely need to look professional.
Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to come up with creative, high-quality images for your pins. Canva is a free tool for creating digital images for Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, but you can also use it for flyers, invites, business cards, etc. Canva is super easy to use, and there are lots of free designs that you can edit with your own text and images.
Know how to describe your pins
Pinterest is a search engine like Google, so you want to describe your Pins using searchable keywords. Start by looking at the pins that pop up in the top of your feed. I bet they’re simple and to-the-point descriptions. That’s what you want.
You can do some easy keyword research in the search bar. Start typing something related to your niche. If you’re a cooking/food-based pinner, start with a search for “how to cook” and let Pinterest fill in the rest. What pops up will show you what people are currently searching for.
Using hashtags is also really useful for searching for things, so don’t forget to add those too.
Interact with other pinners
Pin other people’s pins, click their follow links, etc. Pinterest is a search engine, but it’s also a social media platform. This is an overall best practice on Pinterest. It says, “Thanks for following me.” You can always unfollow people if you don’t like what’s showing up in your feed.
Make sure you have a business account
I’ve said this already, but if you want to learn how to make money on Pinterest, you need a business account. This is a must-do if you want to reach out to any brands for partnerships, affiliate links, etc. Business accounts are free and give you access to analytics, among other things.
Use Tailwind to schedule pins
Tailwind is a marketing app that was created just for Pinterest and Instagram. It can help you with analytics, promoting Pins, but one of the things it does really well is helping you create a pinning schedule.
It costs $9.99 a month, and pinners swear by it.
Have a press or media kit
Media kits tell potential partners key facts and statistics about your blog, business, or Pinterest following. Having a media kit is one of the easiest ways to tell people what you can offer their business.
You can use Canva for your media kit too, and it should include:
- A short bio about you and your business
- A list of your services
- Number of impressions and/or following
- Information about your audience
Always be transparent about your partnerships
This is another one I’ve already said, but it’s too important to overlook.
If you are using affiliate links or partnering with brands in any capacity, you have to let your audience know. The FTC has clear guidelines about this.
All it takes is a simple #affiliate or #affiliatelink in the text of your pin to fulfill the FTC regulations.
Follow Pinterest’s guidelines and best practices
To stay on the up and up as you make money on Pinterest, respect the platform by following their guidelines. You can find Pinterest’s Community Guidelines here, and it’s for both business account owners and personal users.
Learn about changes to the platform
Pinterest has changed a lot since it started in 2010. Those changes can affect the way you earn money through Pinterest. To learn about them, read the emails they send and check out Social Media Today.
My final word on learning how to make money on Pinterest
Let me end with this… don’t just learn how to make money on Pinterest.
Honestly, I really do think Pinterest offers a lot of different opportunities to earn money, but diversifying your income is the best way to protect yourself and your business when Pinterest inevitably makes more changes.
The platform already offers a huge reach, and it continues to grow — Pinterest now has over 300 million users. I think it’s safe to say that Pinterest will continue to be around for a while and opportunities will just keep growing. But, looking at other income sources is just basic personal finance.
You can diversify with another side hustle, and for online business owners, make sure you’re increasing your traffic in other ways, like using Facebook ads to increase your blog traffic.
How To Promote ClickBank Products on Pinterest: Step by Step Guide
Today, there are various ways to make money on the internet. And affiliate marketing is a popular option among them. However, it depends mainly on finding the right affiliate marketplace. And one of the best is the ClickBank marketplace.
You can make easy cash by becoming a ClickBank affiliate marketer. It’s a treasure trove for digital products, with over four thousand unique products on its marketplace. And many of these products are with high affiliate commissions.
Even more, it allows you to do affiliate marketing without any stress whatsoever. All you have to do is be interested and ready to work.
And that’s where Pinterest comes in. In this article, we’ll tell you all there is to know about how to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest. However, just before then, let’s find out why ClickBank and Pinterest is such a good match.
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Why ClickBank and Pinterest?
The answer is simple, Pinterest is one of the top search engines and social media websites globally. And this is thanks to its over 335 million active users. It allows you to access millions of people all over the world in easy steps.
Even more, Pinterest is one of the most accessible platforms to get targeted traffic freely. Unlike Google and Facebook, its algorithm allows you to gain excellent traction on your pins as long as you fully optimize it. Fantastic right?
On the other hand, ClickBank is one of the top digital retailers with thousands of products. It deals exclusively with digital products. And without delivery costs and logistics issues that affect e-commerce, its products are much easier to sell.
Now, ClickBank and Pinterest come into play in that Pinterest offers its vast reach to ClickBank. And in turn, ClickBank products can efficiently be marketed on it. Precisely, Pinterest allows ClickBank to get its products to the final consumer without stress or hassle.
How to Use ClickBank and Pinterest
If you want to enjoy this attractive merger, you must take action. And it involves creating an account on both platforms. Here’s how.
1. Creating a Clickbank account and using ClickBank
It’s impossible to begin this process without first becoming a ClickBank affiliate. And this involves creating an account on the ClickBank website. Don’t worry; it’s straightforward to do this. All you need to do is click here and fill in the necessary information.
Afterward, it’s time to search for products to promote. There are thousands of products in various niches on the ClickBank marketplace. And as such, you’ll need to pay great attention to ensure you find the right products.
Pay attention to metrics like an average dollar per sale, initial dollar per transaction, average rebill total and average percentage sale.
Also, ensure you give special consideration to gravity. And this involves the performance measure of a product and the number of ClickBank affiliates promoting it.
Then, when choosing a product based on gravity, don’t aim too high or too low. High may signify fierce competition, so, go for the middle ground.
After finding a product, the next step is to get your affiliate link. Just click on the promote button, and ClickBank will refer you to the HopLink generator. Input your ClickBank ID correctly to generate the unique link.
Now, anytime a customer follows the link to make a purchase, you will receive a commission for the sale of the product.
2. Creating a Pinterest account and using Pinterest
Next, on how to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest is to create an account on Pinterest. And in this case, not just the standard account, a business account.
This is because this account has more tools and features than personal accounts. And these tools, which include analytics and business profile, generally ensure effective affiliate marketing.
It also lets you post rich pins – a pin with links to external websites. And this allows you to generate traffic to the link from Pinterest. However, you’ll need just more than this to maximize Pinterest.
Using Tailwind to Optimize Your Pinterest Account
To combine ClickBank and Pinterest effectively, you’ll need to make use of Tailwind. If you’re wondering how it comes in, Tailwind is a scheduling and analytic tool that helps your affiliate marketing efforts.
On Pinterest, you can use it to schedule your pins weeks ahead. And the great thing is that it’s time-effective. You can technically schedule a whole week of pins within 25 minutes.
This way, you can have your affiliate links and post go up at the right time without delay. Also, thanks to its SMART schedule function, you get hinted about the best timing for your posts.
There’s also the Tailwind Tribe that connects you to a community where you can quickly source content from and market to people there. And thanks to a large number of people there, your pins get the needed exposure.
You also get access to a Smart loop function that brings back your best pins at the perfect time. This way, you can get more conversions from them.
Ways to Promote ClickBank Products on Pinterest
Now that you have your accounts on both platforms, you’re ready to go. And next on how to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest is to choose a promotion method.
Generally, there are two significant ways to do this. You can promote the link directly, without a website. Or indirectly, with a website or landing page.
1. Direct linking method
Pinterest now allows users to post affiliate links directly with their pins. You don’t need a website to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest using this method.
Wondering how? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to promote affiliate products on Pinterest without a website.
Step 1: Go to your profile and create a board
Since you already have your Pinterest account, the next thing to do is create boards. And you should use your niche to determine your board name.
As such, ensure that whichever name you pick, it’s not generic. It must relate directly to your niche. This way, people can have an idea of what it’s all about. You can create as many boards as necessary.
Step 2: Create Pins
Next on how to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest directly is to create pins to add to the board. And these pins should generally focus on the issues that your affiliate product can solve.
For instance, if you’re selling sporting gear, you can have a pin on how best to keep fit. This way, your product is the solution to their need to stay healthy.
Also, it’s essential to ensure your pins are appealing. And for a beginner, you can always use Canva or PicMonkey to create your pins.
They are easy to use and free. If you’re skilled enough, you can also use other design tools or make a graphics design yourself.
Ensure your color is appealing. And remember that dominant warm colors like red or orange are twice more likely to be repined than green ones.
Also, create vertical or longer pins instead of the regular square sized ones. This helps your pins to stand out.
Again, before creating any pin, search through your target niche and see the top pins. Then, design your pins following these styles. You’ll have more success that way.
It’s advisable to create multiple pins to promote one offer. This lets you have a variety of designs and also target keywords used in searches. By doing this, you can optimize your pins.
Step 3: Fill your boards
Since you have your board and pin ready, the next thing is to fill the boards. All you need to do is use the plus tab to add new pins. From there, drag and drop the images you have created into the pin section. And choose the suitable board for each pin.
Step 4: Create a title and description
Next, add title and description based on the target keywords. Always make sure this is very detailed and focused on relevant keywords.
Your primary keyword should appear in the pin title and description. (And in your blog post title, article, and URL if you are using an indirect method.)
Your title should also be particular and concise. It must explain the problem your product solves.
Step 5: Add your affiliate links
Now, you need to add a clickable link to “add a destination link” box. In this case, that would be the unique affiliate link. (If you are using the indirect methods, it would be your website page or a landing page.)
Ensure you don’t shorten the link with any link shortener like Bitly or Pretty Link. And this is because the Pinterest policy considers such shortened links as spam.
Step 6: Post
Now that everything is in place, you are ready to post. As discussed above, you can use Tailwind to optimize your affiliate marketing attempt.
Note that you must disclose that you are an affiliate when promoting Clickbank links on Pinterest or any other affiliate product. This is in line with the Federal Trade Commission rules, and failure to comply will carry sanctions.
You can comply by using hashtags like #affiliatelink #ad sponsored, etc., on your pins.
2. Indirect linking method
Another way to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest is by doing so indirectly. And this method is all about creating pins that link to your website or a landing page.
Usually, the website or landing page then contains more information about the products. And this method is preferable because it allows you to present a sales pitch. You can also better retain your customers more effectively.
Generally, there are two ways through which you can promote ClickBank products on Pinterest indirectly.
1. Create a blog or website a review page for your ClickBank products
The first way on how to promote ClickBank products on Pinterest indirectly is to create a website or blog. Creating your website is easier than it looks. As such, you don’t have to be all stressed up about it.
You can use a hosting platform such as Bluehost or HostGator and get a free domain name. You can also use various WordPress themes such as Thrive Themes, Astra, and Elegant Themes to customize your site.
In case you need to know more, check my guide on how to create a blog.
If you don’t wish to build the site yourself, you can get your custom domain and hosting and have freelancers on Fiverr help you build it for a reasonable price.
Next, your website should be a compendium of information and guides that will add value to your visitors. Add the HopLinks of affiliated products to relevant parts of the content.
Then create pins that drive traffic to these articles. Remember, the more value-based items, the better for you.
You can also review products. And then create a dedicated review page on your website for promoting your affiliate products. By adding the link to this page to your pin, you can pre-sell the product to the prospects.
This offers multiple benefits. One is that the review page will contain more information about the product. Through this, you can convince the buyer to purchase by showing them the function and usefulness.
Also, dedicated pages on your website allow you to turn one-time buyers into long-term customers once they subscribe to your email list. You can send subsequent offers and similar products to them and add more value to your relationship.
A review page also gives you the chance to establish yourself as an authority on the products. A comprehensive review offers visitors a sense of confidence in your claims. This trust is essential to generating more sales.
2. Create a landing page for the products you promote.
This is simpler than creating a website with dedicated pages. And with this way, you can promote affiliate offers without owning a website.
SIMVOLY gives a free lifetime license with an optional upgrade, and no credit card is required to get started. They also provide you a free step by step training course on affiliate marketing.
They even show you how to use the page building tool inside it (SIMVOLY ) to build affiliate landing pages. This makes the platform one of the best landing page/sales funnel builders for affiliate marketing.
Builderall provides done-for-you landing pages/sales funnels with lead magnets in a number of niches which you can give out to your leads and build a mailing list in the process.
Watch the video below to learn how to get access to done-for-you landing pages/sales funnels with lead magnets inside Builderall.
As always, you use Pinterest to direct traffic to your landing pages. And on the landing pages, your visitors can find more information on the products and proceed to make a purchase using your link.
Also, depending on what you want, you may or may not collect emails on your landing pages. However, it’s better if you receive it since building an email list is super important in marketing.
And you can do this easily using a simple lead capture system like the ones mentioned above.
All you have to do is offer free value to your visitors upfront. This could in the form of eBooks, short videos, or online courses. In return, you request their emails.
Precisely, they opt-in for these freebies with their emails. And then, you can easily offer them future offers by sending personalized emails.
Builderall and Groovefunnels both have inbuilt autoresponders which you can make use of for list building and email automation.
However, if you aren’t interested in capturing emails for future offers, you can just promote your HopLink on the landing page.
Remember, in this case; you’ll include the link to your landing page on your Pinterest pins.
ClickBank affiliates are among the top affiliate choice today. And that’s why there are thousands of new members joining the ClickBank market place now and then. As such, you might be already in or looking to hop in too.
Well, if you’re on ClickBank, where to promote your offers becomes the next issue. However, the answer is simple as there are various options that you can consider. Still, Pinterest is as good as any option.
However, just like most mediums, optimization is essential. Suppose you want to earn the highest value possible from your efforts.
The best way to do this is to go the extra mile and provide more value to your visitors. So, pick any one of the choices above, put in that extra effort, and begin to earn well.