We are excited to announce our affiliate program where you can earn a 10% commission on any purchase your referral makes on AllThingsId.com.  If you have your own website, blog, or social media accounts then you qualify!

All you have to do is create an account, be approved, and you can generate a special product link(s) in your affiliate dashboard to AllThingsId.com that lets us know the referral came from you.  If they make any online purchase, you get paid a 10% commission.  It's that simple and there is nothing to lose because it's FREE.

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Here are some ideas from ADAM ENFROY on how to share your affiliate link...

 

PROMOTING AFFILIATE LINKS ON FACEBOOK

Another place to distribute your affiliate links is on Facebook via your personal profile or a Business page.

Make sure you’e not spamming your followers’ Facebook feeds with affiliate link posts. Your goal is to convince someone to click on your affiliate links and make a purchase. Do so by posting entertaining, educational, and intriguing content which happens to include affiliate links.

YOUTUBE AFFILIATE LINKS
First, the easiest way to use YouTube affiliate links is by including them in your video description. If you use this tactic, be sure to verbally and visually call out the description in your video. Most YouTubers use phrases such as “Click on the links in the description below” to direct viewers to the right place.
PINTEREST AFFILIATE LINKS

Since Pinterest is a visual social media platform, you have several opportunities to drive traffic to your affiliate links, especially those which promote physical products.

For the best results, create pins and boards around a particular product. Or, you can include a pin with your affiliate link in a board focused on a broader topic.

AFFILIATE WEBSITE REVIEWS

In these reviews, provide in-depth information about everything a potential customer would need to know, such as:

  • How to get set up or buy the product.
  • The top pros and cons for using the product.
  • Examples of others who have been successful with the product.
  • Tips to be successful with the product that your audience can use.

 DEEP PRODUCT TUTORIALS

 Select products you have experience with and write content around:

  • How to use the product.
  • How to order the product.
  • The pros and cons of the product.
  • Where to find the product.
  • Insider product tips.
INSTAGRAM AFFILIATE LINKS

Much like promoting affiliate links on Facebook, you can also generate affiliate traffic from your Instagram posts. However, Instagram has one major exception: Instagram posts are not clickable.  Instead, you must drive fans to your bio to click on a link.
A workaround to this problem is to include links in Instagram Stories. Once you gain more than 10k followers, you can add links to your Instagram Stories content.
TWITTER AFFILIATE LINKS

Using affiliate links on Twitter involves a bit of wordplay. Since you only have 280 characters to convince someone to click on your affiliate link, you need to be creative. Experiment with different styles of copyrighting and see which method drives the most affiliate link clicks.

You can also pair your social media copy and links with an image or video to create more intriguing content for your target audience.
HOW TO DISCLOSE YOUR AFFILIATE LINKS

As an affiliate marketer, you are required to disclose your involvement in affiliate programs. Most content creators will include a short paragraph explaining the relationship between the content and the affiliate program advertiser at the beginning of their content and on a dedicated page of their website.

An example of a proper affiliate link disclosure at the top of a blog post could read:

“As a blogger, my content may include affiliate links from advertisers. I may earn money from actions readers take on these links, such as a click, purchase, or subscribe. However, these are the tools that I recommend fully and have helped my blog tremendously.”