Make your first affiliate sale on Pinterest in 24 hours or less

Learn how to use the power of Pinterest to make affiliate sales on your blog or website.

Are you wondering how to make an affiliate sale on Pinterest? I was too. That’s when l I came across an ebook that claimed I could make my first affiliate sale in only 24 hours.

When I first came across the How to Make Your First Affiliate Sale in 24 Hours by House of Brazen, the skeptic in me was on high alert. I mean, you’ve got to be pretty darn brazen (pun intended) to make a claim like that.

I’ve been involved in Internet marketing a long time and I’ve come across literally hundreds of online courses, ebooks, and videos, many of them making outrageous claims and capitalizing on on the naivete and/or desperation of others wishing to start an online business or work from home. So yeah, I was calling B.S.

I’m not saying that making your first affiliate sale in 24 hours is impossible, it’s just that it is not as easy or simple as some folks make it sound. However, I’m curious by nature, and the course is a mere $25. So I said, “What the heck? I’ll try it out and let others know how it went.

First, this is definitely not a “get rich quick” type of ebook, so if that’s what you’re hoping for, just click away right now.  With that being said, here are my honest thoughts on the course.

How It Works

Elise takes you through a step-by-step process of making your first affiliate sale in 24 hours using Pinterest. The guide starts with an over of affiliate marketing and some recommended resources. It goes on to teach you the proper way of setting of your Pinterest profile, which I believe is essential to the strategy outlined in this course.

She walks you through the basics and then goes on to teach you how to craft the perfect pin for this strategy. Don’t worry, you won’t need any complicated graphics software. The free version of Canva works just fine for this process. She teaches you what images and which types of fonts work best.

Once you’re done crafting your perfect Pinterest image, Elise walks you through the proper process of uploading and filling out the details for your pin. She then goes into how to pin to your boards and other boards. At this point, you are well on your way to securing your first affiliate sale via Pinterest.

What Are My Thoughts?

So, does this strategy work? Yes, it does. And it will work with virtually any niche if you’re strategic and creative about pinning.

Now, what are my thoughts? Well, the guide does cover a lot of basics, but the included strategy is sound. If you are a seasoned pinner, you will likely have seen a lot of what is covered. However, that DOES NOT mean that you cannot learn a thing or two, especially if you’re not making any sales or affiliate sales. By the way, this strategy would work for your own products as well.

Do I recommend the guide? Yes, I definitely recommend it if you’re struggling with Pinterest as an avenue for sales. You can pick up How to Make Your First Affiliate Sale in 24 Hours by clicking here.

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24 thoughts on “Make Your First Affiliate Sale in 24 Hours or Less

  1. I didn’t know affiliate sales are possible to do on Pinterest! Sounds really fantastic! Thanks you 🙂

  2. Monetizing my new blog is something I’m learning about now! Thank you for this useful information!!

  3. Not trying to be a downer. I am still trying to make affiliate marketing work even though I had read this ebook and had joined several affiliate programs promoting valuable ebooks like this one and UB. It’s hard to make a sale when you have numerous other affiliates promoting the same products.

    1. You’re right. It can be difficult to stand out when it seems everyone is promoting the same product. That’s why you have to find affiliate products that you like and use. Then you tell others about them on your blog/website and when you email your list. Simple recommendations to help others solve their problems work best. Outright promotion does not always go well. That’s one of the reasons I chose to do an actual review of this product.

  4. Great review, honest and upfront. I have been wary of a lot of courses that have outrageous claims after falling victim to a couple of them!

  5. This would be a wonderful tool to include under my blogging belt. Being smart with pinterest can make you the money your looking for, just need to learn how to do it right.

  6. I’ve had a really mild to moderate success with affiliate marketing, but to be fair I haven’t really done a lot of it either. This book sounds like it could be a good resource. Thanks for sharing!

  7. I’m still learning how to monetize my new blog, so this is really helpful! Thank you for this information!

  8. I definitely need tips for learning how to earn money with blogging. I plan to focus more on Pinterest this year.

  9. This worked for me, too! It wasn’t 24 hours, but in less than a week I’d made FOUR sales, so it made up for not getting the sale right away 🙂 Good luck to you!

  10. Love this share. I’m grateful that commerce and free enterprise enables people to share their knowledge so they get paid, and for those who want to learn have the means to do so by following. I’ll check this out – sounds amazing. xo

  11. I have not tried any affiliate programs yet but would eventually like to build myself up to it. I know that Pinterest is a powerful platform and I will keep this information in mind when the time is right for me.

  12. Ooooo now this is extremely helpful!!!! I would love to make affiliate money on Pinterest! I never really thought about trying before

  13. I never thought about making affilate sales on Pinterest. I can see it being a good resource.

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