The Power of Social Media for Affiliate Marketing: Embrace it and Succeed

Hi, welcome to my blog!

I have to admit, when talking about traffic, I would 1000% percent rather pay for it than do organic traffic.

Why, you ask? Because it is way out of my comfort zone.

The idea of being in front of a camera, posing and smiling, can feel awkward and uncomfortable.

If you are like me, then you also hate to have your photo taken, and watching movies of yourself is torture (lol).

But you know what they say… if you don’t do the things that scare you, that make your body clench in resistance…then you never grow. 

Social media can be scary for many of us. It’s hard to be vulnerable in front of a million strangers.

If you have read my blog post about mindset, then you know in order to succeed, you have to be open to trying any strategy that might lead to success and organic traffic is tried and true.

Just ask my mentor, Dean Holland. He talks all about mindset and fear in The Iceberg Effect, an incredible book that confirms that to be successful, you can’t let fear hold you back…you must push through at all costs.

So, that’s what I did!  Let’s get the embarrassment out of the way (lol)

You can see my first videos HERE, on my blog post, Unleash the Power of AI: Boost Your Affiliate Marketing Game!


It’s beta, then better, so jump in and get started! The more you do it, the better the videos will get – so I’ve been told. 😊

So, I challenge you, starting today, October 13th, through November 3rd, to post a video at least once weekly on your social media platform of choice. I will be posting on my blog and Facebook, so make sure to follow me!

Social media is crucial to success and an integral tool in affiliate marketing strategies.


It’s worth your time…


With its vast reach and immense user base, social media platforms provide a unique opportunity to connect with your target audience and cultivate a loyal following. 

By establishing a strong social media presence, you can effectively promote your products or services, increase brand visibility, and drive traffic to affiliate links.

Social media offers a wealth of data and analytics that grants valuable insights into consumer behavior, preferences, and trends.

Leveraging this information can empower you to refine strategies, optimize content, and ultimately enhance your overall success in this competitive industry.

AND…Social Media also has a dramatic impact on consumer behavior. 


By understanding the psychology of online behavior and leveraging personalization, customization, and social media marketing techniques, your brand can create compelling digital experiences that resonate with consumers and drive results.


The team at Internet Profits Accelerator created this REPORT that explains how to boost your brand through the smart use of social media. Click HERE to download your FREE copy.

By now, I hope I have piqued your interest in the critical role of putting yourself out there and amping up your organic traffic to establish your audience and foster genuine connections that inspire know, like, and trust. 


Now let’s discuss how to optimize social media

As an affiliate marketer, optimizing social media is crucial to expanding reach and driving conversions. To maximize your success in this highly competitive digital landscape, there are a few key strategies you should employ. 


Firstly, conduct thorough market research to identify your target audience’s preferred social media platforms and tailor your efforts accordingly. 

By focusing your energy on the platforms where your potential customers are most active, you can increase your chances of engaging with the right audience. 


Secondly, consistency is key when it comes to social media optimization. Regularly posting high-quality content that resonates with your target audience not only helps build trust and credibility but also increases the chances of your content being shared and reaching a wider audience. 

Protip: You can use one “post” for many platforms. By duplicating your efforts, you gain reach without too much additional work, i.e., If you make a video for YouTube, take a clip, and post it on Facebook, Instagram, your blog, etc.

Engage with your audience by responding to comments, messages, and mentions promptly.

Actively participating in conversations and building genuine connections fosters brand loyalty and encourages your followers to become loyal customers.

By implementing these strategies, you can optimize your social media presence as an affiliate marketer and drive meaningful results for your brand.

As my traffic strategy currently is Facebook and my blog, I want to show you how I approach generating leads using the organic method on Facebook


Go to the search bar on Facebook and type affiliate Marketing and any other keyword term related to Affiliate marketing ( software, autoresponders, list building, etc.).


Filter down by groups.




Choose groups that contain a minimum of 500 members.


Once inside, go to the member’s section and scroll down to new to the group – that is where you are going to find your audience.


Use your gut instinct – and start to make connections, add them as friends – only a few, slowly add people over time to prevent violating any of Facebook terms, which I recommend you read in their entirety.

Now What? How do you turn these newly added Facebook “friends” into customers? 

If it feels natural, and after seeing their posts or page, you feel you can help them, send them a DM – an icebreaker, i.e., Hey (Name) – just saw you were one of my suggested friends; take it you are a fellow affiliate marketer too? Personalize it as much as you can.

As you know, affiliate marketing relies heavily on relationship building. So after you send that scary first text, if they respond, answer back.

In your response, you want to build a report while trying to uncover a pain point or struggle they are currently facing. I.E., Awesome, me too!!! How long have you been doing it? Responses should acknowledge, respond, and then ask a  question. Now, it’s time to try and walk a mile in their shoes and uncover their struggles.

Ask permission first: “ Can I drop you Some Advice? Would you like some advice? 

Then, respond in a manner that shows your empathy for their struggle and offers a solution. If you can solve a pain point, you will build, know, like, and trust, and this person will be more likely to want more stuff from you.

Follow up and continue to check in on what struggles they have and what solutions you can offer.
When you solve enough of their pain points with true value, when you make a larger offer later, they are likely to purchase.

This is how it’s done, easy right? (lol)

The Follow-Up and the Sales System are your next crucial elements. These are 2 of the 4 core areas of focus for affiliate marketing. Have you heard of the 4 core areas?

1. Traffic
2. Capture

3 Follow-up
4. Sales -system

These 4 core areas are something I would massively recommend to be in the know of. It is something my mentor introduced me to in his book, The Iceberg Effect. You can read about them or watch this FREE 10 min video.

In my next post, we will go deeper into follow-up and Sales Systems and talk about the importance of email marketing.

Until then…

Now it’s your turn; join my challenge starting today, and for the next month, post at least once weekly on your platform of choice.

Regardless of your method, make your videos and posts for YouTube, TikTok, Facebook, and Instagram.

START making friends in Facebook groups,…yup, I know this sounds scary – just do it. Make me your first friend if it will get you started! 

Share and Comment below! 


PLEASE SHARE YOUR VIDEO LINKS, I would love to see them!!

To our Success,

Alison Blaire 

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