Pinterest kills affiliate links, making monetization difficult for bloggers


Pinterest has begun removing affiliate links, redirects and trackers on pins from today, reports VentureBeat. The move won’t visibly affect users’ posts on the social network, but the tracking links will be stripped. This means that bloggers who previously earned a percentage of sales when shoppers clicked through to products they shared on Pinterest will no receive a cut from those stores. The company suggested that bloggers seek out other methods to make money via its network: “participate in paid social media marketing involving Pinterest, be paid to curate a board or be paid to create original content for a…

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