How to Make Money on Pinterest Without a Blog Or Website
Okay, so here we are talking about how to earn money on Pinterest without a blog! Well… I’m pretty sure that this sounds really good to you, given that you’re reading this article on how to earn on Pinterest without a website. However, you don’t need to have a website to start earning from Pinterest, though you will probably need a website if you want to use it for other things as well. To that end, let’s first talk about how to set up an account with Pinterest. The first thing you’ll need to do is go to the “Create Account” page, which should be located somewhere in the upper-left corner of your screen. You’ll also have to choose your username and password, so you should know how to do this right away.

After that, click “Sign In,” and once that completes, go ahead and enter your username and password so you can enter your account information. You’ll have to enter your email address, as well as your name, location, and the specific website or blog you want to set up an account with.

Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to decide where on Pinterest you would like to set up an account. There are four main areas, depending on what kind of user you’d like to be. If you are a photographer, you might want to consider going with the “My Lifestyle” section. For those who are writers, go with the “Writer’s Toolkit.”

After that, go ahead and type in the keywords that you think are most relevant to your interests, and you’ll need to select a site that is relevant to your audience as well. Then you’ll need to click “create new account.”

Finally, click on the link and fill out the form you’ll receive at the bottom of that page, including your name and personal information. Click “Submit” at the bottom of that page. Once your account has been established, you’ll be asked to provide a website URL and/or blog address so that others can find your page and you can find their own page as well. You’ll be able to select this after clicking “Link your site” at the bottom of the page.

Now that your account is established, you’ll need to go ahead and add content to your page. It will require some basic knowledge about creating links, but I won’t tell you more than that here, because you’ll need to learn that yourself!

That said, there are a few things you’ll want to remember when learning how to earn on Pinterest without a website or blog, one of them being that your page must have links back to it, and that the links should direct readers to the affiliate site. That’s one of the fastest ways to earn money on Pinterest, since the links will be the only thing people see when they click on your ads.

Here’s how you do it. First, set up a page for the niche or keyword you are targeting, and then add in the appropriate keywords, such as “How to earn money on Pinterest” in the tags so the search engines can pull up your page and list your site in the result. You’ll need to have at least one ad listed as well, preferably two, although three are even better. Once you have your ad placed and the keywords selected, you’re ready to start earning.

As far as how to make money on Pinterest without a website or blog, the best way to do it is to simply use one of the many ad networks that are available. Many of these companies have affiliate programs, and you’ll be able to earn a commission each time someone clicks on one of your ads and purchases from the affiliate’s website. This is by far the most popular way to earn money on Pinterest, and the best way to earn money on Pinterest without a blog or website.

When selecting an affiliate network, you need to choose one with a good reputation. You need to check out the affiliate network’s privacy policy and terms of service, because it’s important that you know exactly what you’re getting into before signing up and before you make any purchases.

After choosing an affiliate network, you need to choose an ad and then sign up with it. Most importantly, make sure you add your site URL in your ad to help people find you.


  • Gio Watts

    Gio Watts brings over 10 years of digital marketing experience to his role as marketing manager at Walletminded. In his current position, Gio oversees brand marketing, campaign management, and audience growth initiatives. Prior to joining Walletminded, Gio held marketing roles at several ecommerce and SaaS startups, most recently serving as senior marketing manager at CloudTable Inc. There, he specialized in paid social advertising and content marketing. Gio holds a bachelor’s degree in business marketing from the University of Oregon. He is a certified content marketing specialist and frequently guest lectures at his alma mater. When he's not devising omni-channel marketing campaigns, you can find Gio coaching youth basketball and indulging his passion for live music.

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