I am interested in setting up affiliate marketing on a couple of my accounts but want to stay on the right side of Pinterest.
I know Pinterest allows affiliate marketing but have heard there are some suppliers that are no longer accepted.
I am aware there are tons of videos out there on how to do this but are there any links/places I can go to find out how to do it correctly within the Pinterest 2020 guidelines?
That's a great question and I am interested in what others think as I am fairly new to affiliate marketing myself. The answer that I have found so far is that so far as the link is to your actual blog or website, the affiliate link can be put on your blog, but not directly on Pinterest. Waiting to hear other's views.
Do you happen to know if there is a list anywhere of suppliers who are NOT allowed as part of an affiliate programme in 2020? For example Etsy are in and Amazon are out (or vice versa)
Thanks, @PinterestGabby! We've had a couple of discussions on the Simple Pin podcast about affiliate marketing on Pinterest. This episode might be useful to you. We discuss successful ways to market your affiliates on Pinterest! https://www.simplepinmedia.com/pinterest-affiliate-marketing-tips/
This could be perfect for me.I will give it a listen.
Just one quick question for either yourself or Gabby. I have 2 accounts that I would like to have affiliate links on but Pinterest suggest people only use 1 account for affiliates.
Could using two accounts lead to a suspension do you think?
@simplepinmedia @PinterestGabby @patternprin0022