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It’s an exciting day! Pinterest just announced that they’ve decided to allow affiliate links! In the past, they removed affiliate links from Pinterest because spammers were abusing them. Fortunately, they were able to strengthen their spam detection system and allow affiliate links once again. Woot! To make way for these changes, Pinterest is making minor updates to their acceptable use policy, which they’ll start rolling out to all affiliate networks over the coming...
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This article was originally published on Multichannel Merchant.  By now most brands are aware they need to be on social media, but many never get beyond Facebook and Twitter. By limiting yourself you could be missing out on huge marketing opportunities presented by other social media sites. Pinterest, for example, has emerged as a  valuable social network for many brands. Here are five reasons your brand should consider joining the growing community of pinners. Connect with Key...
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Last week Pinterest announced that it will be removing all affiliate links, redirects, and trackers from pins on its site, effectively ensuring that affiliate won’t be able to make money through the popular social media platform. The pins to which these links were attached will remain, just without the special affiliate links that make tracking (and payment) possible. Here’s the official statement issued by Pinterest: We are removing affiliate links to ensure we’re providing the...
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