Have you ever tried to integrate two separate pieces of software and had trouble figuring out how to make it work? Or maybe you’ve tried to integrate a piece of software with a web host and had trouble figuring out how to make it work? Or maybe you’ve even tried to integrate your Amazon affiliate account with an Uber account so that you can get paid commission for the rides you book? If so, you’re in luck because we’ve got you covered on this front.

ConvertKit is a software package that’s been around for a while that can really help with affiliate marketing (4th generation affiliate marketing to be exact!). If you’re looking for a way to better understand affiliate marketing and how to get started with it then this blog post is for you. We’re going to cover exactly why you would need a tool like ConvertKit and how you can get started using it.

Why You Would Need a Tool Like ConvertKit

If you’re looking for a reliable tool to get you started with affiliate marketing, then you need to check out ConvertKit. Why? Well, first off, it’s fairly affordable. You can get the standard plan for just $5 a month. And who doesn’t love saving money?

Another great thing about ConvertKit is that it’s quite easy to use. So, even if you’re not technically savvy, you’ll be able to pick up and learn how to use it in no time. Then, you can dive into the more advanced features and get the most out of it. For instance, you can use the autoresponder to send out emails to your subscribers when you launch a new product or service. Or, you can use the same autoresponder to send out a series of emails to your subscribers over time to build trust and familiarity.

How To Use ConvertKit

Now, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of how you would actually use this software. So, you’ve downloaded it and have spent the last 30 minutes or so just getting it set up and figuring out the UI/UX (user interface/user experience). And, you’re wondering, “OK, so now what?”

Here’s what you do:

1. Create a list of every person you know that could potentially become a buyer of your products or services. Include their names, email addresses, and any other pertinent details. This is important because you want to make sure that you’re not missing any relevant contacts. Otherwise, you could end up with unsubscribed emails piling up in your spam mail folder.

2. Once you have your list of potential contacts, you can begin creating content (which we’ll get to in a bit) that’ll be helpful to them. This could be an email newsletter, a blog post, or some other digital content.

3. Create an email marketing campaign in AWS Mobile Hub (this is where you’d create the autoresponder we mentioned earlier). Choose your template, enter the email addresses of your list, and you’re good to go. You can even set a time for the autoresponder to send out the first email of the campaign.

4. Profit!

So, there you have it. Four steps to creating an affiliate marketing campaign with Amazon Web Services (AWS). And, if you’re interested in pursuing this route, then this article is for you. Be sure to check out our other blog posts for more information on affiliate marketing with AWS.

ConvertKit is a great option for those looking for a tool to help with affiliate marketing. It’s affordable, easy to use, and has a minimal learning curve. Plus, you can use the same platform (i.e., AWS) to build all your marketing materials (e.g., email campaigns, web pages, product lists, etc.). What’s not to love?