Affiliate Marketing with Kit: Creating Your Kit Community

Create an Awesome Affiliate Store with the FREE site Kit
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (25 ratings)
3,552 students
Affiliate Marketing with Kit: Creating Your Kit Community
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (25 ratings)
3,552 students
Get step-by-step instructions on how to create a Kit account and add affiliate products to it
Learn how to set up and succeed at affiliate marketing using the Kit platform
Get tips to begin implementing strategies for earning additional revenue through affiliate marketing
Save time by avoiding common mistakes when setting up your Kit account
Learn how to share your Kit content through all your social media accounts

Requirements

  • Be excited about affiliate marketing
  • Love of creating
Description

Kit is a community-based, creator-centric platform where content creators can easily point their viewers to affiliate links for products the creators recommend. The site allows you to easily and quickly create a modern-looking affiliate store — and best of all, you can do it for free. Since this is a new platform, it’s been built from the ground up to make it easy to reach your audiences on social media. Whereas Amazon aStore was once the platform of choice for many creators, aStore has been retired. Kit is an obvious successor, being used by some of the biggest creators in the industry, such as Tim Ferris and Casey Neistat. It’s an easy and painless way to bring additional revenue streams into your venture. In this course, I'll walk you through every step to create your own affiliate store in Kit, from account creation to some key ways to help you make the most of the platform. 

Who This Affiliate Marketing Course Is For

  • Creators who want to create a one-stop shop to share with their community.
  • Creators who want to expand their reach through Kit’s powerful social media integration and the rapidly growing Kit community.
  • Creators who want to keep 100% of their affiliate income.

How This Affiliate Marketing Course Is Structured

This 26-lecture course will take between one to two hours to complete, depending on how many breaks you take in setting up your own Kit affiliate storefront. In this course, we’ll be creating a Kit affiliate shop step-by-step, starting with creating your account and moving all the way through the process, including how to market your Kit shop to help you earn the most from your affiliate links. 

What You Will Get From This Affiliate Marketing Course

  • Get step-by-step instructions on how to create a Kit account and add affiliate products to it
  • Learn how to set up and succeed at affiliate marketing using the Kit platform
  • Get tips to begin implementing strategies for earning additional revenue through affiliate marketing
  • Save time by avoiding common mistakes when setting up your Kit account
  • Learn how to share your Kit content through all your social media accounts

What Are The Sections in This Course

Welcome to the Course

  • Welcome

What is Kit?

  • What is Kit
  • Who is Using Kit
  • How Do I Make Money with Kit?
  • Does Kit Take a Cut of My Affiliate Revenue?

Switching from the Now-Retired Amazon aStore

  • Amazon is Retiring aStore 

Creating & Setting Up Your Kit Account

  • Let’s Create a Kit Account
  • Creating Your Profile
  • Setting Up Your Affiliate Tracking
  • Connect Your Social Accounts

Creating Your First Kit

  • Setting Your Cover Image
  • Kit Interface
  • Let’s Create a Kit
  • Editing a Kit
  • Edit a Product in Your Kit
  • Adding a Product to an Existing Kit
  • Moving Products from One Kit to Another
  • Adding a Video to a Kit
  • Deleting a Kit

Kit Analytics

  • Accessing and Understanding Kit Analytics
  • Embedding Your Kits
  • Using the Chrome Extension
  • Embed a Kit in Your Website

Kit Partner Program

  • Kit’s Branding Guidelines

Getting the Most from Kit

  • Getting the Most Out of Kit

Disclaimer:

I can't guarantee results. Results will inevitably vary with each individual student.

Who this course is for:
  • Youtube Content Creators
  • Creators who want to expand their reach through Kit’s powerful social media integration and the rapidly growing Kit community.
  • Creators who want to create a one-stop shop to share with their community.
  • People who had an Amazon aStore
  • Creators who want to keep 100% of their affiliate income.
Course content
10 sections • 25 lectures • 1h 12m total length
  • Welcome
    00:53
  • What is Kit
    01:49
  • Who is Using Kit
    04:20
  • How Do I Make Money with Kit?
    04:19
  • Does Kit take a Cut of my Affiliate Revenue?
    02:17
  • Amazon is retiring aStore
    01:06
  • Let’s Create a Kit Account
    00:50
  • Creating Your Profile
    02:50
  • Setting Up Your Affiliate Tracking
    02:09
  • Connect Your Social Accounts
    00:54
  • Setting Your Cover Image
    01:14
  • Kit Interface
    03:25
  • Let’s Create a Kit
    09:55
  • Editing a Kit
    01:13
  • Edit a Product in Your Kit
    01:06
  • Adding A Product to an Existing Kit
    01:47
  • Moving Products from One Kit to Another
    01:30
  • Adding a Video to a Kit
    02:42
  • Deleting a Kit
    00:26
  • Accessing and Understanding Kit Analytics?
    06:03
  • Using Kit's Google Chrome Extention
    01:38
  • Embed a Kit in Your Website
    05:18
  • What is the Kit Partner Program?
    06:40
  • Kits Branding Guidelines
    02:07
  • Getting the Most Out of Kit
    05:57

Instructor
Instructional Designer
Kevin Volo
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 332 Reviews
  • 6,087 Students
  • 8 Courses

Kevin Volo is currently an instructional technologist for a State University of New York (SUNY) college in Upstate New York where he helps instructors design and implement their online and hybrid courses.

He is also an active adjunct professor and has been instructing at the college level for more than 20 years, including online and hybrid classes for colleges and on platforms such as Udemy. He teaches a range of courses on topics such as social media, digital photography, graphic design, video editing, and media communications, among others.

He holds a Masters in Information Design and is working on his PhD dissertation in Educational Practice & Theory with a research project exploring the impact of gamification in online learning environments.

Kevin worked as a commercial photographer and graphic designer for over 25 years working in the marketing and advertising industry where has worked in both print and web design creating catalogs, web graphics and logos.

Kevin is also a freelance colorist, photographer and graphic designer whose latest project was colorist for the Eisner Award nominated, Meteor Men by Jeff Parker and  Sandy Jarrell from Oni Press. He has worked on several independent titles such as Big Dog Inc's Rex Zombie Killer, Zenoscope's 2013 Halloween issue, and Ape Entertainment's Athena Voltaire.