110+ SHAREASALE AFFILIATES FOR MOMMY BLOGGERS
If you’re starting to monetize your blog, affiliate marketing is a great option to start out with. I’m going to do some of the legwork for you and bring you a list of Shareasale affiliates for mommy bloggers.
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What is affiliate marketing? Good question, glad you asked! Affiliate marketing is when you have a unique link to an advertiser’s product or website which you place on your blog, social media, or website. When a viewer clicks on that link and makes a purchase, you will receive a commission. Yay!
Be sure to post a disclaimer in each post that you put affiliate links in, here is mine, which also applies to this post:
This post contains affiliate links. That means if you make a purchase after following an ad this blog will receive a commission, at no extra cost to you! Things like this keep Wine and Mommy Time up and running.
When I started dabbling in the world of affiliate marketing, I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. It’s easy to sign up for them, sure, but once you’re signed up, then what?
There are so many lists for people who are general bloggers. You know, the people who blog, to teach bloggers? I call them expert bloggers. They know what they’re doing and their damn good at it.
However. Not all of us have hundreds, and sometimes, thousands of dollars to throw at one of their courses. Let’s be real. Maybe someday I’ll be able to afford to pay for one of the ones I’ve had my eye on, but until then. I will learn by trial and error. Like many of them did, might I add!
So, with that in mind. I want to help you get started, at least by bringing you an easy, free, resource. My grand poobah of a list.
The golden list of Shareasale affiliates for mommy bloggers.
Yes. I said golden.
Why? It’s simple, just click on the link, apply for the program. Boom. No searching needed. You’re welcome.
Obviously, starting out, it’ll take time to build up your following, and traffic to the point that your converting people who will buy from a link you’ve placed. But patience young padawan. It will come. And when it does, oh baby, you’ll be shining like Ralphie when he got that Red Ryder bb gun on Christmas morning.
Even if it’s a measly $10 commission. It’s a step in the right direction.
Sign up for Share A Sale
Haven’t signed up for Shareasale yet? Fear, not chickadee, it’s easy and free! Just visit the banner link below to get started. Then come back here and take advantage of the handy list, and download I have to get you on your way.
Once you’ve signed up, I’d highly suggest using a spreadsheet to keep everything organized. And oh, what do you know, I’ve also included that in the file for you. How kind of me. Hehe.
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My suggestion to you is to choose from the list in the document that you are about to download, brands that you genuinely connect with. If you want to apply to them all, that’s your choice. However, your readers are probably expecting you to be real with them. Much like I am with you folks.
Make sure that your posts contain affiliate links that are relevant to what your post topic is. In other words, I wouldn’t put a wine advert in a post that’s about pregnancy.
If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’m always checking it.
Don’t get discouraged if you’re denied partnership with a brand. It’s fine! Don’t take it personally. Just move on, and find another. It’s all good. And there is no reason why in the future, you can’t contact them and ask why. Maybe it’s an easy fix, maybe they just see that you don’t have enough content yet. Totally fixable.
What I’ve liked about Shareasale is how easy it is to use. Their search option has a great filter that you can really hone in on what types of brands you are looking for. For example, wine is something that’s within my brand, so I’ve also searched for wine companies, and have come out with a list of about a dozen or so that I like.
So mama, get out there, and get clicking!
Do you have any on the list that you’ve had success with? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!
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