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 Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: Everything You’re Missing

An honest review on the newest, latest course on Affiliate Marketing, by Carly Campbell.

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First of all, I LOVED Carly’s book, Pinteresting Strategies. It helped me to increase my Pinterest and blog traffic SIGNIFICANTLY. From 12k/month views to 150k/month views. Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers is her newest and very comprehensive course, designed to teach bloggers everything they need to know about affiliate marketing. 

When I had the opportunity to be one of the first people to go through her new course, I didn’t hesitate for a second.

Once I increased my Pinterest traffic and learned more about Pinterest, I knew that I needed to learn more about affiliate marketing.

From a frank discussion of niche selection, to finding and choosing affiliate products to promote, to email affiliate marketing, this course covers the basics of affiliate marketing that you need to know in order to be successful with affiliate marketing.

The first and arguably most important thing about affiliate marketing, is to follow the rules! The first rule of affiliate marketing is disclosure. When you link to a product or course, like an amazon product or digital course, you must state in your post that it is an affiliate link.

You have probably started to notice these disclaimer statements everywhere you go on the internet. They usually look something like, “This post contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission if you make a purchase through this link, at no additional cost to you.”

That being said, you may notice that this post contains my affiliate links to Pinteresting Strategies and to Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers.

Each affiliate program that you decide to promote will also have its own rules to follow. Be sure to read those terms before you click to agree.

The second most important rule of affiliate marketing is to only promote products that you use and believe in. Makes sense right?! You should only recommend products, digital or otherwise, that you use and love. You wouldn’t recommend something to a friend that you’ve never actually used, right?

That is why I can confidently recommend these two digital products from Carly Campbell.

Plus, if you’re wondering, Carly publishes Blog Income Reports to her email list. She made over $15,000 in affiliate income in January, and over $22,000 from all sources…just in January of this year! So ya, she knows what she’s talking about, and she’s made this course to help other bloggers like you and me!

If you’re a blogger looking to understand affiliate marketing better to start monetizing your site, I would start here with this course! #affiliatemarketing #bloggingtips Click To Tweet

If you’re a blogger looking to understand affiliate marketing better to start monetizing your site, I would start here with this course!  A no-brainer really, if you plan on making affiliate marketing part of your long term blog monetization plan. 

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