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Social Media Bios as an Affiliate Marketer

As an Affiliate Marketer, social media will be your greatest and biggest tool to use in order to obtain sales daily. This makes your presence in the social networking world online even that more important. Today we are discussing how your social media bios and descriptions should be structured as an affiliate marketer.


Before we begin, let’s make sure you’re all caught up to date with our blog series on Affiliate Marketing. Each post runs together in a set order so make sure you haven’t missed anything. If you have missed a topic that we have discussed already, or if this is your first time here for our series, feel free to click each link provided below to catch up. Don’t worry, if you click a link it will open in a new tab in your internet browser so you don’t lose this page.

  1. What is Affiliate Marketing
  2. Affiliate Marketing vs Influencer Marketing
  3. Affiliate Marketing Terminology
  4. Staying Productive as an Affiliate Marketer
  5. Affiliate Marketing vs Brand Ambassador
  6. How Affiliate Marketing can Help During Covid
  7. DIY Affiliate Terms and Conditions with Businessese
  8. Converting Readers to Buyers
  9. Social Media and Affiliate Marketing
  10. Visualization and Affiliate Marketing

Now that you’re all caught up, lets jump into our topic for today’s post of the series on Social Media Bios as an Affiliate Marketer.


We are only going to talk about the four social media sites today for the sake of time and the length of this post and that includes Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, but we are also going to include the new social media site that has taken off heavy right now Clubhouse. Please note that just because we are touching on these specific sites it doesn’t exclude others that you may be using to market your merchant’s products and services.

First rule of thumb when it comes to bios as an affiliate marketer is to keep everything simple, easy to read for your visitors, subscribers or followers. You should never list every single merchant you work with in your bio. Most affiliate marketers work with multiple merchants daily so you may not even have the room to list every single one, but attempting to list all of them may show your bio as being cluttered and an eye sore for those visiting your pages. This is also unnecessary because the goal is to gain sales and listing all of your merchants that you work with won’t gain you any direct sales as an affiliate from those companies or brands. Let’s start off with the first social media platform Instagram.


Instagram

Instagram is one of the main social media platforms that you will be using as an affiliate marketer. If you do not already have an account I would highly recommend that you create one today. Many merchants like this platform the most because of your ability to post pictures daily of their content to generate sales. A majority of consumers purchase products that they can see for themselves or that they can visually see someone else enjoying and Instagram is the perfect place for this. When you begin your Instagram account, or if you already have one you’re already using, make sure your page is set to “public”. Many merchants will not work with you as an affiliate if your social media pages are private. Setting up your bio on Instagram is fairly easy to do just click on “Edit Profile” and begin from there. I’ll break it down into steps below so you begin right now setting up your bio.

Steps to Building Instagram Bio

  1. Change your profile photo to something that is professional but resonates with what you are intending to market and post on your profile. I will be using my personal instagram account as an example here but I will also be referencing the DE instagram account as well. As you can see from the image shown above, my profile picture is of me and my daughter because the main products that I post about for my current merchants are centered around my own natural hair, art that I create and personal parenthood tips and trends of my life. This is not a professionally shot photo but it is a good photo and clear for everyone to see which is still good. You don’t need necessarily a professionally shot photo all the time but you do need a clear and clean photo to represent your page. Your profile picture is the first thing anyone sees when they visit your page so make sure it is a good one. If you are doing affiliate marketing through your business, stick with your logo image as your profile picture to keep everything as professional as possible. Colors matter with your profile picture as well. As you can see above red is the main color featured in my profile picture that goes along with my business account (@deluxds) and it goes along with the design of my Instagram Highlight designs. This allows the eyes to flow throughout my profile nicely and it keeps everything clean and professional even on my personal account. (If you need your own custom Instagram Highlight Designs, click here to place your order today.)
  2. Include a name in your bio. This could be your own government name, an alias name you use as an affiliate marketer or something that ties into your username. For mine above, I use #DEArtMom as it ties into my business (DE), it ties into my niche (Art) and it ties into the content that I post about that includes my niche of motherhood and parenting (Mom). I would not advise leaving this field blank. People want to know what to call you for that personal feel on your personal page. For a business Instagram account I would advise placing your official business name in this section.
  3. Always include your website link. Now, with the website field this may change up a bit. Some merchants will require that you use a temporary link from time to time that goes directly to a product they are temporarily marketing during certain time periods to be placed in the website section so please keep that in mind when working on certain assignments. If you are working with multiple merchants, Instagram doesn’t give you the option to place all of your tracking links in that one website section and you can’t place your links in your actual bio section as Instagram doesn’t give anyone the option to click the links directly unless it is in the website field specifically. One way you can counter this one link limit is by using other sites and apps that consolidate all of your links on one page. This way you can use that one link to that one page with all of your links on Instagram. An example would be Linkfolio or Linktr.ee. Another option would be placing a link to your overall website in this field if you’d like but I don’t recommend doing that. When people are visiting links on Instagram it can be way too broad to just add in your generic website link, you need to direct them to the pages you want them to visit which leads me to your third option. Third way to go would be set up a page on your website that just features links you want your instagram followers and visitors to visit. You can take a look at mine here for an example. This third option gives you total control and it’s tied into your own website so if the other third party sites and apps crash, which they have before here, then you’re still good to go from your own website.
  4. Your bio on your instagram page is your first impression for visitors, followers and potential merchants to see. The first thing you need to do is place either “Affiliate Marketer” or “Digital Marketer” somewhere in your bio. This lets others know what you do and you’re open to working with anyone apart of these fields. Check out the example in my bio shown above. Do not clutter this section with too many emojis. Only use emojis as bullet points and always place them on the left side of your information. I would recommend either listing what you do as I have above or simply type in a sentence stating that you’re an affiliate or digital marketer. Do not place any personal quotes in this section, it makes you and your page look unprofessional. Do not place lyrics from songs and do not place profanity in this section. Again, we are aiming to present ourselves as professional as possible even with our personal pages. Do not include contact information like email addresses and phone numbers, birthday date or any other personal information, just what you do apart of your niche. If you have a business page, tag your business page in your bio. Do not tag all of the merchants that you work with, it came become cluttered. Any other personal information that you may want to include can be in the other sections available under “Edit Profile”. For a business instagram page, your bio should be clean cut, I would recommend and advise one sentence about what your business or service is about. Make sure you tag yourself in your business bio so you’ll give yourself credit for being the owner of the business or service, and so your followers can see who runs the business or service.
  5. Contact information can be placed in the appropriate sections for them under “Edit Profile” if that’s something you desire. This is not mandatory to do but I highly recommend at the very least providing an email address for the email address field provided. This is how a majority of brands will be contacting you anyways other than directly in your DM inboxes on Instagram. If you have a business phone number you are more than welcome to include that in the phone number field provided. I would not advise providing your personal phone number. Again, your page will be open to the public to see and you don’t want just anybody having that amount of access to you. For the physical address field, never place your personal home address in that field. Never place your physical home address anywhere on social media for security and safety purposes. Only use your business address or business mailing address if applicable and even with that it is optional if you’d like to leave it blank.

That’s pretty much it for Instagram bios, let’s move onto Facebook.


Facebook

Facebook gives you a little more space and freedom to express yourself in your bio. Let’s start with the first bio section that your friends on your profile page will see. Keep in mind we are beginning with the Profile Page and then moving onto the actual Fan page or Business Pages. Your Profile Page is the main page that you use your facebook account with. This is the page where you can actually add friends. Your Fan page or Business page is the one where your visitors “like” the page versus adding them like with the main account. Another way to know the difference between the two is that the Fan page or Business page is attached to the Profile Page of your account.

Steps to Edit Profile Page Bio

The mini bio section right under your profile name is what we are starting with:

  1. Click on “Edit Profile” and begin with your Profile Picture.
    Just like with Instagram, you need a profile picture that is either professional or of good quality and clear that resonates with your brand or niche. For mine shown in the image above I picked a profile picture with just me in it as this is my personal Facebook Profile Page so a majority of my content is focused on myself as a whole along with my merchants’ assignments and my own personal and business endeavors compared to Instagram. I also made sure that I incorporated a picture that featured a color that went with my brand, for this one the yellow is what I was aiming for to tie in with my Facebook Cover Photo which is up next to for us to edit.
  2. A Facebook Cover photo on Facebook is a banner image that display at the top of your profile as you can see in the image of my profile above and I’ve included it below for your reference. This is the design element of your page that can be customized to fit your brand image. As you can see mine goes along with my brand colors and vibes of my business look and feel. I would highly recommend aligning your Cover Photo with the design of your overall website. If you need one custom designed for your profile to resonate with your brand and image of your site click here to place an order with Delux Designs (DE), LLC. Next would be your Mini Bio mentioned before.

3. Your Mini Bio section is what your visitors and friends see first. It’s like an mini introduction of you. I would recommend using this section as a place where you mention one sentence about about who you are, what you do and make sure you include that you are an affiliate marketer or digital marketer. Do not use this section to mention or name any of your merchants. Again, just like with Instagram it will not gain you any sales from doing this so it’s unnecessary. Unlike with Instagram, you can place a quote in this section that resonates with your brand and what you represent. Do not fill this section with a bunch of emojis and song lyrics and always do not use profanity here. Again we are keeping things professional. Even though your mini bio section is the first introduction section of your profile, there is an actual Intro Section that is up next for us to edit.

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Click on “Edit” in the “Customize Your Intro” section to begin editing this part. This is the area on the left side of your profile as shown above in the image provided from mine. First, you want to see what you have in the “Work” section. If you don’t have anything listed, click “Add a workplace” and begin with either your own business or service that you own and are running, or simply list that you are an Affiliate Marketer or a Digital Marketer. You do not need to list every merchant position. Keep it simple and just place that you are one and the years you have been doing affiliate or digital marketing. You don’t want to clutter this area too much with pointless job positions that don’t resonate with your current one. This is not really a resume section even though it looks like it, but more of a current experience section. Next would be your Education.

5. The education section of your Facebook Profile is optional to do in my opinion. Some of your merchants care about you having educational experience but most are more concerned with your work experience and knowledge of the field overall so this is up to you if you want to include it on your profile. Next would be Current City and Hometown.

6. These two sections on current city and hometown are up to you again. This is your personal profile page so it’s cool if you do add them to connect with people from those areas but it’s not necessary a requirement for Affiliate and Digital Marketing. Next would be Relationship Status.

7. Just like with education, current city and hometown, your relationship status to display is optional. This is completely a personal preference and decision for you to make, it doesn’t necessarily matter towards your affiliate and digital marketing endeavors. But your Name Pronounciation does matter in the next section.

8. I would highly recommend that you fill in the Name Pronunciation section so potential merchants and your audience will know how to pronounce your name the correct way.

9. The Joined Facebook Date is optional completely, up to you if you want to fill in that section. Next would be Website section field.

10. To get to your Website section, click “Update Your Information” at the bottom of the pop up box we are in now. Then click “Contact and Basic Info” under the “About” menu on the left hand side of the screen. Under “Contact Info” on the right you will find a section for mobile phone and address. I would not advise putting anything in these two section fields unless they are a business phone number or business mailing address. Never put personal phone nor address info here. Under that is the Email section which should already have your email address but make sure it is your business email for contact with potential merchants. The Website and Social Links section should be shown right under it. In this section you’re going to want to put your main website link first by clicking the “pencil icon” on the right side of the link area to edit. Under your main website you can include other links of importance if you’d like but do not use this section to place tracking links. This should not be a cluttered area or Facebook will classify your profile as a spam account. Just keep it simple and just include your main website link. Click save and move on to the Social Links section right below it.

11. For your Social Links section you are going to want to place all of your social media links in each field provided. That would include Instagram link, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Youtube, Snapchat and any others that resonate with your brand. Click save once you’re done.

12. Lastly, the Details About Me section is next. You can find it on the left hand side of the screen under “About”. Here we are focusing on that first section “About You”. This is where you can give more detail about you and what you do in a paragraph form by clicking the “pencil icon” on the right hand side of the section field. Once you’re done click save.

That’s pretty much it for the Facebook Profile Page Bio, now let’s move on to the Facebook Fanpage or Business Page next.


Facebook Fan Page or Business Page

Any actual Facebook Page (not Profile Page) that you have should be operated in a professional manner at all times. Technically these are the Business Pages of Facebook so they are operated automatically in a business manner. As an Affiliate Marketer or Digital Marketer you can use your actual business or service’s business page here or a Facebook Page to represent yourself as an individual. Check out an image of my individual page in the image above. It looks similar to the Profile Page we just edited but there are some things that are different. Your Facebook Fan Page or Business Page is always connected to your Profile Page so if you get rid of the Profile Page, you’ve also lost the Business Page as well unfortunately, it can not operate individually on it’s own right now with Facebook. I will break these edits down into steps so it’s easier to navigate below:

  1. Look on the left hand side of the screen for a section that says “Manage Page” and scroll down until you see a section that says “Edit Page Info” and click it.
  2. First thing that comes up should be “General” info to edit. Start with your Name. I would recommend either using your official business name or your own name you’re using as an affiliate or digital marketer.
  3. Under that you’ll find the username section. This is important to decide on. The username you choose is how people will find your page with your URL. For example, for the page shown above my username is douglakm so my URL for this page is http://www.facebook.com/douglakm. If this is your business page I would recommend using a username that resonates with your business. If you can match up your username from Instagram to your Facebook Page username that would work out perfectly. It would be easier to remember for both and everything would link together as one.
  4. Next is your description for your Facebook Page. This section is like your about me section. You can be as short or as lengthy as you would like to be concerning you as a brand or business/service. Again, you do not need to list every merchant you work with and do not include any contact information, other social media site links, nor any tracking links.
  5. The categories section is next which helps people find your page. Here you should choose categories that best represent your you and/or your brand. Having an accurate category helps Facebook show your page to the right people at the right time so that your business and/or brand can reach a more engaged audience. Engagement is a necessity for an affiliate marketer.
  6. Contact information is next. For the phone number part I left it blank on my own page but listed my business phone number on my business page. It is up to you if you’d like to list a number as most merchants aren’t worried about this part when hiring on affiliates. You definitely need to, however, add your email address whether it’s a page for you as a brand or your actual business or service page. Your website link field section needs to be your actual website link, not social media links and not any tracking links to products or services.
  7. Location is another optional field. On my page for myself as a brand I left this blank or didn’t show it to the public, but on my business page I added my business address. Totally up to you here again.
  8. Scroll on down to the section that says “More”. Here we are going to edit the “Impressum” section field. Now with the Impressum field it caught me off guard in the beginning when I first began my business pages. I didn’t know exactly what it was so I assumed it was another About Me section but learned this is a more serious legal section to cover Facebook legally. From my research and according to LinkedIn, the Impressum section is where you are just providing the minimal basic information that Facebook wants to cover themselves legally in the event that you are based or become based in a jurisdiction where the Impressum is mandatory. It is an easy way for Facebook to manage the situation implementing minimal code and resources. Should your business be based in a jurisdiction where the Impressum is required by law, more information will be required depending on your Business or Organization and it’s service type. Facebook is able to be in compliance by providing the means to enter and store the minimal information while offering a link to the Business or Organization’s official Impressum page. In this way the liability is transferred to the Business or Organization creating the Facebook Impressum. Below lists what you need to include in the Impressum section:
    • Name of your Business or Organization
    • Address of the Business or Organization
    • Business or Organization Contact information (phone number, fax number, e-mail)
    • Name of the owner or manager of the page & the Business or Organization.
    • Registration & license number(s) for the Business or Organization.
    • Links to your Business or Organization’s official website’s Impressum page.

      Since I am located in the United States this is not required so I left this section blank for myself and my business. Right now I don’t currently do any work for anyone internationally so it does not apply to me. But you need to do your own research depending on your location to make sure there aren’t any laws in the locations you’re in that makes this mandatory to do.
  9. Let’s scroll down to the additional information section. This is where you can go into full detail about who you or your business or service is and all about. It’s your full About Me section. you don’t need to list your merchants, any links nor any tracking links here.

That is it for Facebook bios, let’s move on to Twitter.


Twitter

Twitter is one of those social media sites like Instagram when it comes to your ability to edit your bio. You really have to be creative because with Twitter they give you character limits on pretty much everything you post on there even your direct messages (DMs). It forces you to get straight to the point and omit any of the extra details which is what I love the most about it. Merchants love Twitter for its ability to give affiliates the option to post multiple unique tracking links daily on their timeline where followers and visitors can just click those links, purchase their products, the merchant makes sales and hte affiliate receives a direct commission from those sales. Easy right?

Lets begin editing your bio with some simple steps below for Twitter:

  1. Go to your Twitter Profile and Click “Edit
  2. Twitter has a option for a banner just like with your Facebook Profiles and Pages so make sure you add one to your page for the design of it. I kept my banner fairly simple for this particular social media site. It’s an image of my business slogan and what we represent. The colors resonate with my brand and business. If you need one designed for your page just click here to place your order with Delux Designs (DE), LLC.
  3. Next is your Profile Picture. Again make sure that you are using a clean and clear photo that resonates with your brand and what you are representing business and service wise. It doesn’t have to be a professional photo even though I would encourage it. Again, just like with Instagram and Facebook, I made sure that I used a Profile Photo that included my brand colors. For my personal Twitter page shown above I used the same Profile Photo from my Facebook Profile Page since this is my personal page. For my business twitter page I used my business and service logo as the Profile Picture.
  4. Next is your Name. For this section you can either use your own name, or your alias that you use as an affiliate marketer. If you are setting up a business Twitter page I would recommend using your official business or service name here in this section.
  5. Your Bio is next. For this section you want to be direct, concise but yet simple. You only get a limited amount of characters to use so once you hit more than that limit it will not allow you to save your bio. For mine as you can see above, I used one sentence that included everything that I do and offer and I was able to keep the sentence simple enough to where I could tag the twitter pages that I run for my business and service. Do not place your merchant pages in your bio. Do not place your unique tracking links in your bio. Only tag your own business and service pages that you run yourself. Do not include quotes and song lyrics either. Keep it professional and always make sure you are not using profanity. You can use emojis in this field but make sure you are not going overboard with them. You do not need an emoji for everything in your bio and always make sure you are using them as bullet points on the left side of your information listed. I do recommend if you can place your email address somewhere in your bio if you can fit it. Many merchants will use Twitter on a regular but will want to speak with you directly about partnerships via email. If you are editing your business bio, I would recommend just doing a simple sentence about your business or service, tagging yourself to show who the owner is and placing your email address in the field section if you can and you’re all set.
  6. For your next section of Location, this is optional but it can gain you followers if you complete it. Always stick with one location for this section only.
  7. Website section is next. I would recommend using your set website link or you can use your website link that you used for your Instagram Bio. Do not place another social media link in this section, nor your unique tracking links unless it is required by your merchant.
  8. Lastly, your birthdate section is optional. Not a necessity for Affiliate or Digital Marketing.

Now your Twitter Bio is all set, let’s move onto Clubhouse.


Clubhouse

Clubhouse is one of the newest social media sites to hit the scene heavy over the last year or so. I’m not 100% sure of what caused a huge spike of popularity with the site but so far everyone that is a business or service owner has been talking about this site and on it heavy dropping major and valuable information. Clubhouse is like a social media site of different podcast rooms where you can speak with other business and service owners along with gaining traction for other social media sites like Twitter and Instagram. The catch about Clubhouse is that it is invite only for iPhone users only. Not everyone can just join and you have to be a member of the site in order to view profiles and listen to the rooms offered. If you have created your username and already reserved it but need an invite, scroll to the bottom of this post and comment with either your instagram name for me to DM you, you can DM me directly on my page here, or you can email me with the subject header “Clubhouse Invite” and a message with your Clubhouse username and I can let you on to the site with the invites that I have left.

One great asset of Clubhouse is your ability to include a ton of information in your bio section for visitors and followers.
Let’s begin editing yours with the steps below:

  1. When you open the app, click the image on the far right at the top of the screen. This will take you to your profile.
  2. First we are going to link your Twitter and Instagram. If you have already done this then cool skip this step. But if you have not already or want to change which pages you have attached follow along. On your profile, click the little circular icon that looks like a gear at the top right hand corner of your profile. Scroll to the bottom and follow the instructions to connect both your Twitter and Instagram pages. I would recommend only connecting your business Twitter and Instagram as Clubhouse should be mainly used for business purposes and not personal as an affiliate marketer. Once you have done that and saved it move on to the next step.
  3. Next when you get back to your profile page, click the top image on your page above your name. This is how you can change your Profile Picture. I would recommend using a photo of yourself even though this will be used for business purposes. On Clubhouse it is about making direct connections as a business or service owner so you want everyone you connect with to see what you look like professionally. I would recommend also using a professional headshot photo of your choice as well here. I didn’t but that is something that I am working on later, professional headshots for websites like this.
  4. Next save your picture and click on your name. You should get a prompt that lets you know that Clubhouse is for real names so make sure that you are using your real name on this app, or your affiliate marketing alias. No business names in this field.
  5. Click your username. Here you can change your username at any time. I recommend using the same username you have used for your business or service accounts on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. As said before, this is important to use the same username through each social media site for your business pages so you can remember them, so everything flows together and so you’re easier found.



  6. Next we are going to edit your bio section with the steps below:
    • Click the actual section area on your screen where your bio would go to edit this part of your page. The key with Clubhouse are the first three lines of your bio. That’s what everyone will see when they see your page as a recommended person to follow. The first line is even more important because that’s what everyone will see when they search for your username and when people search for keywords on Clubhouse. I’ve included an example of my page in the image above. As you can see when I searched for my username deluxds the first line of my bio popped up Certified Digital Marketer along with my profile name. If you look on up at the image that began the Clubhouse section, the first three lines of my bio include Certified Digital Marketer, Self Taught Visual Artist and Natural Hair Influencer. Those are the three main things about me and what I do. I wanted to let it be known that I am an affiliate marketer so the owners of these merchant accounts can see that and possibly hire me on as an affiliate or possible partnership. You can either list yours out like this which I think is the best way to go, or you can type in a simple sentence that takes up the three first lines of your bio but also tells what you are about. Anything listed under those three lines are additional and extra information about you, like for me an example would be Author and Blogger along with Art Mom. You can add in emojis but keep them simple and only place them as bullet points on the left side of your information.
    • After you’ve edited that part of your bio, add in a couple lines for a “page break” to create separate sections. This makes it easy to read on the eyes, keeps everything organized and creates a professional touch and design to your page.
    • Below your page break, type in one or two sentences about who you are and what you do. You can take a look at mine in the photo at the top of this Clubhouse section for an example. Do not include any links and no emojis. Just general information about what you do and what you represent. No quotes and no song lyrics, also make sure you are not using profanity at all.
    • Press enter to add a space line and then type in your location on the line under your space line. It is important to include a location in the Clubhouse Bio because Clubhouse is primarily about networking as a business owner with the possibility of linking up physically offline. You can add in one emoji on the left side of your location to create a nice design feel if you would like to.
    • Add a space and then under the space type in what you’re on Clubhouse for and what you desire to obtain from the app. No emojis and no links, just general information.
    • Press enter and add another space. On the line under the space line add in your website link, your main website link to your main website homepage. Add your email address next and then any other links but not Twitter or Instagram links and no unique tracking links. The information you add here about your website and all aren’t clickable but they are there for anyone’s reference who would like to visit your pages. You are welcome to add bullet point emojis here but I wouldn’t recommend it because you’ve already added emojis in the sections before. You don’t want to over do it with emojis and make your page bio look childlike.
    • Add a space and then on the line below the space you do have the option to add your Paypal or Cash App names here. It’s not required as an affiliate or digital marketer but I did add mine due to the amount of giveaways that were happening at one point in time on the app. Totally up to you here.
    • Create another page break. Under that page break this is like your miscellaneous section. You can add any additional information here or any current sales you may have going on.
    • Create another page break and on the line under it type in “Brands I have worked with:”. This is important for an affiliate or digital marketer. Create a space line and on the line right after the space line, type in the brands and companies you have worked with. You can type in as many as you would like but be reasonable and only include major brands. This section will let a potential merchant know you have experience in your field with some top names.
    • As you can see your Twitter and Instagram names are shown below the last section we just done in your bio so there’s no need to add additional links for them. For Clubhouse they’ve made them clickable as well.

And that’s it, your Clubhouse Bio is all set.


Now that you have your social media bios structured well, you are now ready to pitch and reach out to potential merchant brands and companies for partnerships. Stay tuned for the next posts coming up for the Delux Designs (DE), LLC Affiliate Marketing Blog Series. If you have any additional questions or concerns feel free to leave a comment in the comment section at the bottom of this post. I have also included a Frequently Asked Question section for this topic that I have received for your reference as well below.


FAQ

Should you change your profile photo often?
A. You can but make sure they are always photos that resonate with your brand. Yes you are a brand when you become an affiliate marketer. People are looking to you when they purchased products and services from your tracking links that come from your merchants that you represent.

Can I use my logo as my profile photo?
A. Yes, you can. If you’re running a brand that is also participating in affiliate marketing I would recommend sticking with your logo image as your profile picture to keep everything professional on your business accounts.

What is an Instagram Highlight?
A. An Instagram Highlight is an image that is used to consolidate video clips on your page. It is aesthetically pleasing to have these for your page and if you need them you can place an order to have them created for you by Delux Designs (DE), LLC here.

Should I place my other social media links in my website field of my bio?
A. No. Keep them separated by only focusing on your Instagram content only on Instagram.

Do I have to include an Impressum on my Facebook?
A. It depends on where you’re located or your brand or business is resides. Some countries require it by law while others do not. The Telemedia Act requires that all German sites have this on their pages. If you are a business or services that is not located in Germany but are providing products and services to people or businesses in Germany you are not bound by the Telemedia Act. Other countries where this mandatory is Austria and Switzerland.

How can I get on Clubhouse?
A. You must have an invite to join Clubhouse.

Can Android users join Clubhouse?
A. No, Clubhouse is only for iPhone users only at this time.

Can I edit my social media pages from my phone?
A. You can especially with Instagram, Twitter and Clubhouse, but I would recommend using a computer for Facebook to edit.


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