Here’s a list of plugins to use for an Affiliate Marketing website. This list of plugins is probably applicable to a whole host of website types, but there will be a few that are specific to affiliate sites, and specifically Amazon Affiliate sites.
I’ll also explain what the purpose of that specific plugin is within the context of building, running and maintaining the site. It’s always good to know why the hell you’ve actually got a plugin on your site!
So the common language or parlance is to refer to entry level hosting as “Shared” and premium or advanced offerings as “Managed”. This in itself is a massive source of confusion as in essence, hosting can be both “Managed” and “Shared” at the same time!
Ok, so you want to rank for a targeted keyword, but in reality you’ll end up ranking for more than the keyword you targeted. There’s therefore an opportunity.
Identifying the keywords that you rank for (even if it’s way down the ranking) allows you to put together a list of words that you can then emphasise, or weave into the post (if they’re not already there). This is an optimisation technique discussed by Dom at Human Proof Designs. Continue reading “Improving a Post That’s Already Ranking in Google”
Time is always pressured, and the ability to break a task such as building a brand new website into bite-sized chunks is essential. This is where staging sites come in, or temporary domains, or reference domains, or sub-directories, or sub-domains…. You’re potentially starting to get the picture here that this is about as clear as mud in most cases. Above all else, it comes with an overall feel that someone with more coding knowledge should really be dealing with it!
Amazon OneLink is a method by which you can get your customers redirected to their local marketplace when they click on your affiliate link. That means their chance of converting has just massively increased.
I’ve pulled together a list of valuable and credible resources for training in the online marketing and eCommerce space in 2018. I’ve named names and linked directly to their sites, and where relevant I’ve signposted any stand out resources, free and paid training.
Redirects and HTTPS are a pretty dry subject. So I’ll keep it techie and brief. The definition of the problem comes from the desire to redirect global domains to a single version of the site. i.e. redirecting .com to .co.uk.