Sara Finance makes YouTube videos about dropshipping, the stock market, and more recently, affiliate marketing. (And can I just say, Girl, what kinda conditioner you using? Over there lookin’ like a J. Crew model.) Anyways, her Affiliate Marketing Course costs $197.99. Inside, you’ll learn what she did to go from zero to $15,000+ per month with affiliate marketing. You’ll also get access to unique affiliate links that pay out $50- to $150 per signup.
Last week alone, Sara made just shy of $6,000 as an affiliate. Her strategy consists of two simple things. First, ya gotta promote high ticket offers. Instead of referring people to a product or service that might only pay $5 or $10 per sale, Sara looks for offers that pay out more like $30- to $200 per sale. Second, you’ll make multiple theme pages on TikTok, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Once these are set up, it’s pretty easy to get people to start clicking on your affiliate links.
“Currently I have four TikTok pages in the Money & Motivation niche,” Sara says. “And the nice thing about this is you don’t actually have to show your face in any of the videos. I’ll just put like a nice motivational quote with a nice video clip in the background, and that’s pretty much what gets views and does well for me. And it may seem easy, but the main reason people don’t do well with this is they don’t actually know how to grow their following on these social media platforms.”
And that’s where Sara stands out. She’s found a way to basically hack the algorithms and get way more views in way less time. But yeah, in terms of niches, finance is always a sure bet. Then there’s fitness, cooking, pets, relationships—all good options. It helps if you’re at least somewhat interested in that topic. Once you’ve got a niche, you’ll wanna throw up some generic theme pages around that niche on each of those platforms: TikTok, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. (More pages, more money. Duh.)
Now you need some of those high paying affiliate links, huh? Sara suggests taking a look at marketplaces like ClickBank.com, Impact.com, and also Amazon Associates. Find a handful of products, with good payouts, snag a tracking link for each of ’em, then use Beacons to create a page with all those affiliate links. Then you’ll put a link to that Beacons page in all of your social media bios. It makes everything nice and neat and easy to access (and it’s what all the top influencers are doing).
Next up? Creating short, hopefully viral videos that you can post to all these accounts every single day. On Sara’s top-performing TikTok page, she says she uploads 1–3 new videos daily, just FYI. How does she maintain that pace? By modeling other successful videos already on TikTok and YouTube Shorts and whatnot, and then using Canva (which has templates you can just drag and drop pics and clips into and then overlay it with text) to quickly bang ’em out. Cool, so what about hacking the algorithm?
“The first tip I have is to always use a brand new TikTok account,” Sara says. “Older accounts don’t get as many views. Next, make your first five videos your very best. First impressions are everything, right? And always use relevant hashtags. Model what other people in your niche are doing. Last, please be consistent. Post at least 1–2 videos every single day on every single theme page.” All good advice, Sare Bear, but there are two things I don’t like. One, it’s parasitic. Two, it’s not sustainable.