As an affiliate, you can share in the success of ESINEM Shibari Classes just by sending traffic through a simple link that I'll provide. You'll get 30% of the course fees if a student enrolls. No cost to you, no commitment!

It couldn't be easier: To get started, simply sign up to the site, no need to enrol in a course, and mail me here mentioning that you'd like to be an affiliate. When you next login, you will see a screen similar to this and the one below it:

The Affiliates Links page is where you'll find your link containing your unique tracking code. In your case, the first field should contain, unless you wish to direct traffic to a specific page. In that case, you'd enter the URL of the required page instead. Simple! To get clean links, open your browser in a private window. If you don't do this, you risk creating an invalid link if you are already enrolled in the course to which you are directing traffic.

All you need to do is to add that link to blog posts, banners, adverts or, for a really great response, promote the preview of the Safety Section as a free resource.

If you are ready to make money the lazy man's way, don't forget to mail me here mentioning that you'd like to be an affiliate

Further help

For full instructions on managing your affiliate account, see this entry in the Teachable knowledge base.

If you don't know how to create links:

Here's how you create a customized hyperlink to a document, file, or web page in Microsoft Office and similar products:

  1. Select the text or picture that you want to display as the hyperlink.
  2. On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink Button image.You can also right-click the text or picture and then click Hyperlink on the shortcut menu.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To link to an existing file or Web page, click Existing File or Web Page under Link to, and then type the address that you want to link to in the Address box. If you don't know the address for a file, click the arrow in the Look in list, and then navigate to the file that you want.
    • To link to a file that you haven't created yet, click Create New Document under Link to, type the name of the new file in the Name of new document box, and then, under When to edit, click Edit the new document later or Edit the new document now.

This is a fairly typical of the dialogue for inserting links. In this example, I want to link 'great shibari classes' to this web site. Once you have highlighted the text and chosen the hyperlink option from the menu, use the Affiliates Links page to create the hyperlink . Add the site's url, i.e. where you want to send people, which in this case is (just as it appears in the browser, with or without www.). Then you need to add your affiliate code which appears in the second field of the Affiliates Links page into the Target (as below) or URL field in your blog/site's editor or word processor. As you'll see, it adds '?affcode=', followed by your unique code, so it reads something like

This is a tutorial for WordPress:

Banners and images

Here's are some graphics that you can download to get you started, just add your affiliate link. Right click the image and Save As. Another option is to use Snipping Tool in Windows or similar capture app. In fact, you can do that with any images on the site. Let me know if you need more.