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PINTEREST, ANOTHER SOURCE OF TRAFFIC

PINTEREST, ANOTHER SOURCE OF TRAFFIC

Pinterest seemed to take most people by surprise. It's currently one of the fastest-growing websites in the world. Like Facebook, Pinterest is a social marketing site and is extremely popular in the US and the world. Pinterest is a new kind of content-sharing website, in which you share images on a dashboard. The user interface is very easy and user-friendly which is one of the many reasons that make it so popular.

 

PINTEREST, ANOTHER SOURCE OF TRAFFIC
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PINTEREST, ANOTHER SOURCE OF TRAFFIC

This site gets over one million visitors every single day and increasing daily. It's reported that a majority of its users are women. The average amount of time a user spends on Pinterest is greater than the time spent watching YouTube videos.

 

With Pinterest, users pin a images on their own board. When other users view it, if they find it interesting they can re-pin the image along the link on their board. This can cause the image and link to go viral which will be visible to all their followers.

 

Pinterest is now driving more visitors to blogs than Google+ and in a few more months it is estimated to surpass twitter and become second most used social networking site just behind Facebook. 

 

How can Pinterest help your Affiliate Marketing Blog

 

So, for your Affiliate Marketing blog, you can link your affiliate id or an image or your brand. If anyone shares or re-pins your image, it then reaches hundreds of other Pinterest users. You can organize all your pins into boards which makes it easy for you and other users to find what you have shared or pinned.

 

What type of products to promote?

 

As noted above, with Pinterest, you are sharing images and a link. So, Pinterest users share images that are eye-catching, like images of food, recipes, clothes, jewellery, good-looking people, etc. So, for your Affiliate Marketing business, find and identify affiliate products that grab users attention. Then pin an image with a link to your affiliate id. 

 

So, I bet you are asking where you would find images? Well, that all depends on what you are promoting. You can always use the images provided by the vendor of the product that you are promoting. You may try pinning an image of your brand, and see what happens.

 

Pinterest and your Affiliate Marketing blog

 

Pinterest can and should be utilized to give your Affiliate Marketing blog(s) more exposure. It's almost like free advertising. Pinterest can be yet another tool to get targeted visitors to your Affiliate Marketing blog(s) and/or site(s).

 

Additionally, you may want to add a Pinterest button on your blog(s). This way, your blog readers can easily share it. There are several free plug-ins available on WordPress that allow for this.

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