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2 months ago

I have been active on social media almost since social media began. Consequently, you can find my profile on most of the popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, etc.

I have tried my hand at affiliate marketing for over 10 years. One of the things I have experienced when I have tried to share my affiliate marketing links via these platforms is that some of the links get BLOCKED or MARKED as SPAM.

One time I tried to share an Amazon affiliate link via Pinterest and it was blocked as a spam link. True story. I contacted Pinterest customer support and basically said: "You've got to be kidding me! It's a freaking a Amazon link!" That was when Pinterest was also just beginning. Since that time I have been able to develop my followers on Pinterest and have no problems sharing most of my affiliate links.

That was one true story. Another true story is that I was scrolling through the posts stream on Reddit and picked up on a discussion thread where people were asking IF Read.Cash links were spam links. That really ticked me off! I'm like: WHY are you even asking? Because to me it's obvious that Read.Cash articles - whether an affiliate link or not an affiliate link - are not spam content. So when I see fellow writers sharing their Read.Cash links on Reddit, I usually give them an UpVote to show my support.

OK! That brings me to the main purpose of this article.

Many of the members are excited that Noise.Cash has implemented its Affiliate Program. I am happy to report that popular social media platforms do not block or mark Noise.Cash affiliate links as SPAM.

~ NOISE.CASH AFFILIATE LINK SHARING

Based on my experience with sharing affiliate links, I know that some of these platforms will arbitrarily mark your links as SPAM which usually scares the person who clicked and they end up never visiting the site. It's wrong. But many of the platforms do it anyway! They say it's a cyber security measure.

So I did 4 tests. I created a an affiliate link from one of my Noise.Cash posts (just click the drop-down box and Copy affiliate link ~ noise.cash/post/r3z3g43dqpn2). I took that link that I copied and shared it to Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Pinterest.

RESULTS?

~ Facebook - When I shared the link via Facebook and clicked to see where it would take me - Facebook first stopped on a page that indicated I was leaving the platform and asked me if I was sure I wanted to go to the site. I clicked Go to the Site and it did take me directly to the post on Noise.Cash.

~ Twitter and Reddit ~ When I shared the link via Twitter or Reddit and then clicked on the link from those social media sites, it took me directly to the NC post. (Oops! See UPDATE 09/24/2021 below.)

~ Pinterest ~ As you know, in order to share via Pinterest, you must have an image. It so happened that my "test post" has an image. I shared my affiliate link via Pinterest and when I clicked it led me directly to Noise.Cash. As you can see, sharing your NoiseCash affiliate links is very easy and simple and since the popular social media platforms don't mark them as SPAM links you should have no problem at all sharing these links in order to let others know about this fantastic community!

GO FORTH AND SHARE!! 🤣 ❤️

UPDATE 09/24/2021: Reddit Blocks Read.Cash-Noise.Cash Links & Previous Events https://read.cash/@Pantera/reddit-blocks-readcash-noisecash-links-previous-events-08c5faf6

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I am more interested in what is the policy for including affiliate links in noise.cash or read.cash articles for other sites we use?

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4 weeks ago

I do not know. I have not read where it expressly forbidden OR allowed. But I do know that Noise.Cash had a problem with spammers. Often times if you allow affiliate links from outside websites, what happens is that users abuse this privilege and all they do is share affiliate links. Based on that I think they don't try to encourage the use of affiliate links in order to avoid spamming the platform. I have not read this anywhere! It's just comments based on my experiences with other publishing platforms.

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4 weeks ago

I was thinking maybe it's because of "insecurities" other social media sites view earning sites as a threat to them so they just mark it as Spam :-D

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1 month ago

Im not really into fb these days. But I do post my link on twitter and IG occasionally. I will try Pinterest and reddit Thanks for this informative post

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2 months ago

Though I do not use pinterest or reddit I have shared on twitter and facebook and saw these affiliates links works good.

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2 months ago

aha! i didn't know that happend on facebook.. mine was okay though, i shared it on my FB wall...

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2 months ago

I don't know why something like this might be considered SPAM either. In fact, a LOT of what people consider to be SPAM I am not sure why certain WEBSITES consider it to be SPAM. When you think about it, MOST media sites (social or otherwise) are LOADED with SPAM. What are all those ads?

Of course, the ads are paid by the sponsors to appear and the site gets some money from them. If I post a link to an article on a comment, say on Twitter, that has nothing to do with comment, I can see how that could be considered SPAM.

But just posting links? Sharing a link for others to join in on some fun?

Nope. Not SPAM. Thanks for taking the time to test the SPAM limits here, and for sharing your results. :)

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2 months ago

Yeah. I had to do a test because I have had such bad experiences in the past when I first started using social media platforms. In fact, I even had a blog that was deleted because it had been reported as SPAM. I didn't let that stop me. I just created another blog and kept on blogging!

But you are right? I'm not exactly sure why some content gets flagged and other content does not. But I always check my links to be sure, because most of the time, a person who visits your site or your social media account and clicks on the link ... they won't tell you! So I check them myself!

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2 months ago

I don't know why they mark it as spam though the truth is NC is not spam link. We're just sharing awareness and information about NC. Though I'm happy that the 4 largest platform does not mark NC link as spam

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2 months ago