About Purdey
Rank 5223
289 followers Joined July 2019
https://actionfiguresandcomicbooks.com

Posts

2

Questions

4

Login
Create Your Free Wealthy Affiliate Account Today!
icon
4-Steps to Success Class
icon
One Profit Ready Website
icon
Market Research & Analysis Tools
icon
Millionaire Mentorship
icon
Core “Business Start Up” Training
asked in
Search Engine Optimization
Updated

Hello Folks! I hope you're ok.

I understand from Kyle's training that Google doesn't like the fact that you add an affiliate link on all your posts (you don't want your w

The recommended method given here at WA is to create ONE post where your affiliate links are located. This post is often a REVIEW.

Then apply links on every post to this one. The advantage is if you need to make changes to your links, you only need to do it on one post instead of all the posts where you have your affiliate links.

Google and other search engines also like this.

Ok, but you can't have 10 products with relevant affiliate links on the same review post.

It depends on the post, Purdey.
If it's a review, then yes.
Otherwise, it's often better to use internal links to other posts on your site.
For example, if you're promoting Wealthy Affiliate (I don't know whether you are or not, this is just for illustration), there will be several articles on your site, one of which will be your WA review post.
In each post, you would include internal links at various intervals to your WA review and it would be your WA review that would contain your affiliate link with a call to action.
That has 2 benefits
- Firstly, the Search Engines like internal links and reward your site with better ranking, because they will see each of your posts individually as providing information to your readers rather than trying to sell them something.
- Secondly, the person reading one of the posts on your site may have very little knowledge of Wealthy Affiliate and will not be inclined to sign up via a raw affiliate link that leads them directly to the WA home page without getting more information.
If you direct them your WA review post via an internal link, they will be much better informed and more likely to sign up if you place your affiliate link there.
I know this was a bit long winded, but I hope it helps.
Cheers
Rich :-)

See more comments

Affiliate links on every post, or not?

Affiliate links on every post, or not?

asked in
Search Engine Optimization
Updated

Hello Folks! I hope you're ok.

I understand from Kyle's training that Google doesn't like the fact that you add an affiliate link on all your posts (you don't want your w

The recommended method given here at WA is to create ONE post where your affiliate links are located. This post is often a REVIEW.

Then apply links on every post to this one. The advantage is if you need to make changes to your links, you only need to do it on one post instead of all the posts where you have your affiliate links.

Google and other search engines also like this.

Ok, but you can't have 10 products with relevant affiliate links on the same review post.

It depends on the post, Purdey.
If it's a review, then yes.
Otherwise, it's often better to use internal links to other posts on your site.
For example, if you're promoting Wealthy Affiliate (I don't know whether you are or not, this is just for illustration), there will be several articles on your site, one of which will be your WA review post.
In each post, you would include internal links at various intervals to your WA review and it would be your WA review that would contain your affiliate link with a call to action.
That has 2 benefits
- Firstly, the Search Engines like internal links and reward your site with better ranking, because they will see each of your posts individually as providing information to your readers rather than trying to sell them something.
- Secondly, the person reading one of the posts on your site may have very little knowledge of Wealthy Affiliate and will not be inclined to sign up via a raw affiliate link that leads them directly to the WA home page without getting more information.
If you direct them your WA review post via an internal link, they will be much better informed and more likely to sign up if you place your affiliate link there.
I know this was a bit long winded, but I hope it helps.
Cheers
Rich :-)

See more comments

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research
Updated

A big hello to the WA Community! I am currently doing the trainings of level 3 and I am supposed to join 2 Affiliate Programs. I tried to register to one of them, but of course

There are several affiliates that will still let you join even though you don't have much traffic. I would caution you with Amazon though. They will probably approve you, but you will have 6 months to get 3 sales before they will remove you. After that you will have to reapply, but any links you have used of theirs will have to be redone.

Join at least 2 niche relevant affiliate programs?

Join at least 2 niche relevant affiliate programs?

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research
Updated

A big hello to the WA Community! I am currently doing the trainings of level 3 and I am supposed to join 2 Affiliate Programs. I tried to register to one of them, but of course

There are several affiliates that will still let you join even though you don't have much traffic. I would caution you with Amazon though. They will probably approve you, but you will have 6 months to get 3 sales before they will remove you. After that you will have to reapply, but any links you have used of theirs will have to be redone.

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research
Updated

Hello All! Do you recommend installing Google Tag Manager on your website, or not? Cheers, Purdey

I think I haven't used it or even heard of it before.

Roope, you are too funny!

:)

See more comments

Do you recommend to install google tag manager?

Do you recommend to install google tag manager?

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research
Updated

Hello All! Do you recommend installing Google Tag Manager on your website, or not? Cheers, Purdey

I think I haven't used it or even heard of it before.

Roope, you are too funny!

:)

See more comments

asked in
Getting Started
Updated

Hello! I am about to join an Affiliate Network, namely Flex Offers, and they ask me to describe my traffic sources, as follows:
Describe your traffic sources, the methods yo

Most likely your traffic source will be your blog/website + Google SEO

Thanks a lot.

That is how I answer them and add social media and my WA followers.

See more comments

How to describe my traffic sources to an affiliate network?

How to describe my traffic sources to an affiliate network?

asked in
Getting Started
Updated

Hello! I am about to join an Affiliate Network, namely Flex Offers, and they ask me to describe my traffic sources, as follows:
Describe your traffic sources, the methods yo

Most likely your traffic source will be your blog/website + Google SEO

Thanks a lot.

That is how I answer them and add social media and my WA followers.

See more comments

Login
Create Your Free Wealthy Affiliate Account Today!
icon
4-Steps to Success Class
icon
One Profit Ready Website
icon
Market Research & Analysis Tools
icon
Millionaire Mentorship
icon
Core “Business Start Up” Training