Excellent case study! Thanks for sharing.
Like you say, we all know this already, we just need to apply it. I started immediately after reading your post – re reading planned posts and revising titles so they are more provocative. So far (1 day) so good. Thanks for driving the point home.
Hi Alex, Yeah people are really lazy. However, some have been scammed a couple of times so they are just being cautious. What I share here is a solid method that works. Won't make anyone rich overnight ;) You just have a follow a method and watch as your blog gets built up into a money making tool ;)
Well done, there are so many ways to make money online and offline! Most people are just too lazy.
I just clicked it and it's working perfectly. You can do that with any link you want, just add it, click create and bam, it's done.
Thanks, now I understand :)
Whatever url you put in, it will give back a unique tracking url. You have to do one for each link you want to track that is unique. So for this link above, you will create a unique tracking url.
So, you mean what ever URL I put in, it will track how many click through from the URL, is it?
Well, for example take the url in your sidebar, Login at affiliate lights, see under section "Custom Tracking Links" Click "Alternate Incoming Page Links", add the url, (http://www.blogengage.com/blogger/tag/the-bad-blogger/) without brackets and Click Create Link it will give you another link that tracks clicks but still brings the user to that original link destination. If someone clicks the current link and signs up, you will not get any commissions, if you create the custom link, it will track commissions
Hi Brian, what URL should I add? I had read the manual but doesn't really understand what kind of URL should I create.
Hi Wong, you know that image linking to blog engage in your sidebar? In affiliate lights you can take that link, and make it an affiliate link so it tracks your sales. Login at affiliate lights, see under section "Custom Tracking Links" Click "Alternate Incoming Page Links", add the url you want and click, Create Link. :)
Thanks, appreciate that :)
Use it at your own risk :P
... and the answer is love!
Yes, you did. I am just checking! Thanks again so much!
I may just have to put some of these to the test lol ... Great article :D
I think that often depends on the individual. While there are many common mistakes I think there are so many blog posts written about them that it should not be the primary issue (unless people were just lazy).
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