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Join Our Hemp Affiliate Program — The Trojan Horse affiliate program is an excellent opportunity to make money online selling legal hemp products. What’s more, our unique hemp edibles offer amazing money-making potential thanks to their “high” demand.

To be clear, our hemp edible gummies contain 10mg THC per serving, which may cause consumers to feel “stoned” or otherwise intoxicated. However, as hemp products, they always contain less than 0.3 percent total THC, making them legal throughout most states. Indeed, these D9 hemp gummies are truly a valuable find for anyone who wants a little more “chill” in their CBD edibles.

Our Delta 9 hemp gummies are wonderfully unique, and we are the only company that offers them. Notably, Delta 9 THC is a naturally occurring cannabinoid, unlike synthetic D8 products that developers create in a lab.

Though research about the effects of D8 THC is severely limited, research about D9 is not. In fact, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is the most well-researched cannabinoid thus far, leading to the discovery of endogenous cannabinoids and the Endocannabinoid System.

Though we know very little about the long-term side effects of synthetic cannabinoids like D8 THC, we know from years of research that both short- and long-term D9 THC consumption is relatively safe. Moreover, most of THC’s adverse side effects are mild (including dry mouth, sleepiness, and trouble focusing).

Notably, CBD may help mitigate THC’s activity in the body to reduce many unwanted side effects without blocking the more pleasantly intoxicating sensations. Bearing this in mind, those who consume our D9 hemp edibles are less likely to experience THC-induced stress or paranoia given their extremely high CBD levels.  

What’s more, our hemp products are always third-party lab tested to ensure purity, potency, and compliance. We proudly display all COAs alongside product descriptions for both shopper and hemp product retailer verification. This stuff is seriously legit, and we can prove it.

As a hemp affiliate marketer, your job is to share your referral links liberally. The more often you share, and the more valuable the places you share them, the more income you stand to make.

Fortunately, there are many places to share your link, each with a different payout potential and turn-over time. For example, you can share your link on social media, emails, and direct messages for more immediate attention and a shorter path to payout. On the other hand, hemp affiliates can also earn long-term passive income by using an inbound content marketing strategy.

Notably, you must disclose brand affiliation any time you share your affiliate link or promotional material. This is non-negotiable as required by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Learn more about the FTC’s affiliate disclosure guidelines here.

Are you ready to make money online as a hemp affiliate? Use these tips to get started.

Promoting Hemp CBD products on social media is unfortunately tricky. As private platforms, social media applications outline their Terms of Service however they wish. Notably, most still avoid mixing their platform with a drug trade, especially one as volatile as cannabis. As such, any product associated with cannabis (e.g. hemp) will have difficulty getting through.

Fortunately, there are some ways to skirt CBD restrictions on social media, beginning with the type of content you post. For example, most social platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, prohibit anything that promotes drug use. As such, you cannot imply that the products you promote are drugs; for example, by suggesting they help with anxiety or depression.

Social platforms also prohibit images that depict drug use, which means you cannot share pictures of someone smoking, vaping, or eating anything that looks like marijuana. In that same vein, do not suggest that our hemp edibles will get someone “high” or cause intoxication at all. This may take some clever wording, but it is totally possible, nonetheless.

Another way to promote hemp products on social media is by joining groups and discussions relevant to hemp, marijuana, and alternative medicines. Don’t just walk in swinging, though, or you’ll seem too spammy. Instead, take some time to feel out each group, contributing valuable, informative content whenever possible. After a while, members will begin recognizing you as a valuable group member, making them more likely to accept your product suggestions later.

Pro Tip: Practice social listening to discover conversations relevant to the product you’re promoting, then share your referral link along with some helpful information about it.

Roughly 9 out of 10 shoppers read product reviews before making a purchase. What’s more, 85% of people trust online reviews as much as they trust friend recommendations. Of course, to gain that trust, reviews must be authentic. According to an article in Bizrate Insights, shoppers are about twice as likely to trust reviews from third-party sources than sponsored content.

You can share live reviews or short product descriptions across the internet, such as in forum discussions, video sharing platforms, online review sites, and more. You can also increase your review views by sharing them alongside relevant hashtags. When choosing hashtags to promote products, focus primarily on what the most likely customers are searching for. A little humor never hurt, either.

Just remember to disclose your connection to the brand when leaving a product review alongside your affiliate link. If you play straight, your affiliate links should remain live for many years to come.

A more long-term strategy involves content development that focuses on inbound traffic. The process, commonly called “inbound marketing,” draws visitors to a website by optimizing it for certain keywords. Common SEO-friendly content types include blogs, product pages, review sites, and so on.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) helps website owners or bloggers attract the perfect audience on an ongoing basis. Once the content publishes, it goes to work attracting visitors – wash, rinse, repeat.

Notably, visitors entering a website through their own search query are more likely to purchase than those who just happen upon it aimlessly. Consequently, websites optimized around keywords relevant to the products they promote will attract a targeted audience that is more likely to purchase.

As you may have guessed, the backbone of any inbound or SEO strategy is informative, keyword-rich content relevant to the website that holds it. The more SEO-friendly content a website contains, the easier it is for that site to rank in searches, making it easier for targeted traffic to find it.

To begin your inbound strategy, consider producing evergreen content (or content that is always relevant) via blogs, video-sharing platforms, and customizable landing pages. Keep search engines top of mind when developing the content, and always focus on topics that interest those most likely to purchase. Examples of evergreen content include videos and written reviews, blogs, and discussion boards.

Email marketing is another great way for hemp affiliates to promote products to an already eager audience. In fact, surveys suggest that email marketing is the most effective email marketing strategy compared to SEO, paid marketing, and content marketing.

The reason email marketing is so effective likely relates to its personal nature. After all, emails are a great way to directly reach out to customers when they express an interest in the product you’re promoting. When someone gives you their email address, they are giving you permission to contact them, and will likely well respond when you do. In fact, an effective email marketing campaign can garner an open rate of over 90 percent!

Notably, effective email marketing targets subscribers that directly opt-in to receiving messages from a sender. Not only is it illegal to send to purchased email addresses, but the increased bounce rate they cause could hurt your ability to send emails later. Buying email lists is not worth the risk and will not net the result you want, anyway.

Having said that, there are many ways you can build an email list, beginning with a simple email opt-in form. Automated email services like MailChimp or HubSpot often include opt-in form builders, which you can display on your website or share as a link in blogs and social media posts.

Notably, try to respond to email subscribers as soon as they join your mailing list. Though you can do this manually, you’ll have much better luck streamlining the process by building an automated email campaign, or a series of emails that send based on triggered behavior (for example, every week after signing up). Just remember to include a Call-to-Action in each email and track activity to adjust your strategy moving forward.


It’s never been easier to make money online selling hemp products. Become a Trojan Horse hemp affiliate today to start earning easy passive income in the CBD hemp industry.

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