How to Become an Affiliate for Artisans in the Andes

Would you like to earn a little extra cash by being an affiliate for Artisans in the Andes? The steps are simple:

1. Go to Artisans in the Andes

2. Scroll down to the bottom, under the title Extras in the footer is a little link called Affiliates

3. Fill out the information and wait to be approved. If you don’t get approved right away, send me an email at and I get you approved immediately.

4. Get your affilate link: Log into your new affiliate account with the email you used to sign up and the password you set. This link should take you to the log in page: Affiliates 

a. Click on Custom Affiliate Tracking Code. Now you need to generate a tracking code. This is the code you will paste onto your website. When people click on this code, they will go to the item you selected and if they buy the item, you will receive a portion of the proceeds.

b. In the box called “Tracking Link Generator”, start typing the name of an item you would like to be affiliated with, like Collar Necklace with Blue Seeds.  You just need to type a little of the title and a selection will automatically come up. Select the item you want and the code will be generated in the box below, called Tracking Link.

c. Copy the Tracking Link exactly and

paste it onto your website, it should look like this:

d. You can also put a keyword or a picture for your readers to click on to take them to the item, like this:

Awesome Coconut Necklace – Get it Here

e. Add more affiliate links if you want using the same process.

Wishing you lots of success!




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Pin it to Win it – Your choice from Artisans in the Andes

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This contest is now closed. The winner is Shellie M who has selected a pair of our fused glass earrings. Thank you for playing!

Today we are celebrating Artisans in the Andes with a Pin it to Win it contest on Pinterest. This contest is open to everyone, so please join in and have some fun! A randomly selected winner will get the item of their choice from Artisans in the Andes.

How to Enter – 4 Easy Steps

1. Follow on Pinterest, click here: Artisans in the Andes
2.  Pin 1 or more items off of our board that you would like to win:
3. Fill out your name and email and click ‘Submit’:

4. Share this giveaway by using ‘Pin it’ button to pin this picture:

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Your Choice of Jewelry from

Contest Rules – Pin it to Win it

A. No purchase necessary.  Anyone may enter, world wide.  Shipping to the winner’s address is included in the prize.

B. Entry period:  The contest begins October 27, 2014 and ends November 10, 2014.

C. To win, the winner must complete the 4 steps above. Each applicant will be placed into a random draw. The draw will be held on November 11 and the winner will be contacted by email.  The winner has 48 hours to respond with their mailing address. If the winner does not respond, another winner will be selected and the first winner will be disqualified.

D. Prize: The winner may select the item (1) of their choice from


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