Become an Affiliate for Sustainable Baby Steps
Thank you for your interest in becoming an affiliate for Sustainable Baby Steps! I love my affiliates. You are a big part of what enables the growth of this website, and the spread of this message, so thank you!
Here's what you need to know about this program:
- Our affiliate program is done through e-junkie.
- All sales are tracked through a cookie system and your own unique affiliate link.
- All sales made from your unique link will earn you 45% commission.
- I pay affiliates by the 15th for the previous month's earnings.
- I do not pay commission on purchases you make yourself.
- We sometimes have coupons available. In the case that someone you refer uses a coupon, you will receive 45% commission on the discounted price.
Here's how you can join:
- Click here to signup through e-junkie.
- Once enrolled and logged in, you will be able to click "Get Affiliate Code", choose Sustainable Baby Steps from the dropdown menu, and choose "Get Affiliate Code" again.
- There you can grab a common hoplink (leads to the homepage of this site), or specific links to product sales pages.
- If you wish to use any images, you may Right-click and download any below you wish to use. (You may also use the image address which allows your images to be automatically updated if I ever update them on the site.)
Here are some ways I encourage you to promote these e-products:
- Adding a banner to your blog or website's sidebar.
- Sharing your affilate link on personal or professional social media outlets.
- Writing a review or testimonial of the e-product (please let me know and I'll share it with others, gaining more exposure to your affiliate link).
- Sending out a recommendation to your newsletter subscribers.
If you have any other ideas that you're not sure are kosher, feel free contact me. But in general, if it's honest, and aligns with our eco-message, it's probably a yes.
Grab the code below each image, add your affiliate link (from e-junkie), and share on your website. You may also download the image or use the image URL, as well as adjust the size with the "width" and "height" tags.