Get total control over your affiliate links with this plugin.
I use affiliate links in my blog posts and in various other spots on our site. These are WordPress products or services that I have found reliable and value-driven. But it’s impossible to always share that special link.
Today I am talking a bit about ads on your blog. We often think of how important placement is, but also timing can be just as important. Here’s how you can have both.
If you use WooCommerce to display affiliate ads and products, combine it with Thirsty Affiliates for a great way to manage them all.
Affiliate marketing can be confusing for the visitor. They do not know if you are just trying to make a quick buck or if you actually use or trust the product that you are including in your blog posts.
Although these tips work for any WordPress blog, online store owners and retailers take note. These are important for you as well when you are running a blog on your online store.
You can obviously sell all kinds of products and services with WooCommerce. But when adding these to your site, they will be assigned specific product data. So as you are assigning these, don’t just think products. And although you will see a lot of what I’m talking about is labeled product, all can be used for services as well.
Do you make it easy for your readers to purchase services and products from you? Can you do it without shouting “Buy! Buy!”?
If you want to use WooCommerce for either external products or affiliate links, here is how you do that and some suggestions on how to use it and get creative with it.
Today I am sharing a dozen tips from my eNewsletter, WPChatter. A nice variety of tips on content, design and technical features that will help you with your WordPress blog.
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