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Best Affiliate Programs for Caregivers

It's 2020 !

November and December 2019 were the months we've taken on this affiliate experiment. The learning curve is long and curvy, to say the least, but promising and hopeful. 

Since taking care of Mom and Dad we've lost a paycheck, we've also gained a small one, there's no pension and I'm not in any shape to work but just as is stated in 2 Corinthians 4:8, "We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair."

So I've decided to learn as much as I can and plunge into the world of affiliate programs. As you can imagine with my care-giving duties I've had to hit the pause button a lot. That's okay, we'll get there. 


If you have a blog the simplest program, thus far for me, has been Skimlinks. The link is on my sidebar and comes with a nice disclosure statement, which will explain how we get paid. Skimlinks has merchants like Skechers and 1800Flowers, both pay per click. That's easy peasy for me since I have my Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook all set up, but always trying to improve the SEO part of it. More on how to get your blog ready for SEO coming soon.



The other great site is ShareAShale. Again if you join you can then pick which merchants you would like to work with. See list of my merchants below.


OH, just a side note. If you haven't joined Rakuten you can do so here. With Rakuten you'll earn money back. I mean it's totally worth it. For instance I buy the meal kits from HelloFresh, which costs me (for a family of 5) around $80. Rakuten pays me $15 back. They ran a special around New Year's and paid back $30. You can't really lose with them because you get money back for the normal shopping you do at Walmart, Target, andsoforth. Try it out. 

Erin Condren: Beautiful Life Organizing Planners
Erin has pretty images you can use for Pinterest, some of them translate very well for social media or you can make your own pins. 



Skechers: We live in them! cpc

1800Flowers: Always sales, and special going on. It's February, the LOve month. cpc

LinkSoul: Extremely soft and comfy clothes ... cpc

Wayfair: Who doesn't love Wayfair?

Teleflora: Same day delivery available--but don't forget your Valentine. cpc



Furthermore, the list below comprises of carefully picked affiliate programs. I love the products and even though The Caregiver's Devotional is in its beginning stages of working with affiliates (the right way) I will report soon on how profitable these are. After all, is it not every caregiver's dream to stay home and make a living? (**heads nodding**) 

Hope you join me as I journal my progress. Remember if you sign up with me I do get paid by that company but only if you buy a product or like I said, join the affiliate. Otherwise, it doesn't cost you a penny, a dime, nor a colorful plastic Aussie dollar.





The following have a CPC (cost per click or pay per click) program. Yes, they will pay you for every click on their link. Make sure you and your family and friends don't have a click session. They'll know. I run most of these through Skimlinks.



HelloFresh is more than an affiliate link. We use it. We love it. I won't steer you wrong. Their ingredients are fresh, as their name suggests, the meals are super easy and quick (a caregiver's dream) and there's so many specials and perks. Invite a friend to join, send them free meals and even get paid for doing that. 

Their affiliate program runs even smoother if you join Skimlinks . Grab their "add on" app, it works like Pinterest. In any case give HelloFresh a try, you can even skip a week if you need to.




Skechers YES Sketchers. We call them Opa's Magic Shoes and Oma's Power Walkers. Dad is mostly wheelchair-bound but he gets up to go to the bathroom; to get into bed; and into the car. He say's the shoes make him feel strong like he can walk. Well, he's at least more sturdy on his feet and he can walk from the house to the car with a walker ... in his Magic  Shoes. 

Oma likes to work in the garden with her Power Walkers. Oy, we should not have bought her the white ones.



The following affiliates are part of the ShareASale network.


ShareASale (You are paid by ShareASale for all the merchants you join)
Find a sponsor for your web site. Get paid for your great content. shareasale.com.



Crossflix
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Put Me In The Story
Bestselling children's storybooks personalized for your child at PutMeInTheStory.com

I looked through my extensive library and lo and behold I found the book from "Put Me In The Story" for my son. He was about 8 years old when he received his for Christmas.




Dover Publications has Christmas coloring books.  And there's even a Holiday Coloring contest going on till December 31st. Details are on the page. 

Here's a caregiver's secret: Coloring is good for the soul. There is something absolutely calming when you color and it gives hours of joy to the one you're taking care of. Mom, who suffered two strokes, takes great delight in these coloring books. Yep, I'm back to sticking masterpieces on the fridge. 



Erin Condren
Join the Erin Condren affiliate program.
These are beautiful planners, stickers, and so much more.

Click Here To See More


Essential Oils by Edens Garden
This is not an affiliate program persay. And you don't have to join ShareASale for this one. Edens Garden has great prices and they do have a rewards' program. You receive points for your personal orders and signing up other people via a special link. Points earned gives you a nice discount (and freebies) when you buy your oils on their website. I've already stored up enough rewards for a couple of freebies. Order Here if you like. 



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4 comments:

  1. You're most welcome Yvonne. Thanks so much for visiting.

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  2. Interesting information. You explain it much better than other Christian Affiliate Marketers that I have seen.

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