Author kimwolfe
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Here's how to add Wealthy Affiliate videos to your blog review posts. And include your affiliate ID so you get credit for the referral. This is a handy little trick for your Wealth Affiliate reviews :)

How to add Wealthy Affiliate videos to your blog (Quick Instructions):

  1. Take a screenshot of the video as an image
  2. Link the image to the actual video file

The way to get the video link from WA videos is to:

  1. Start the video (click on it and open up the video window)
  2. Do a left click on your mouse or control + click on a mac to get a list of "more options".
  3. Click on the "copy link and thumbnail" option
  4. Paste code into site content
  5. Click to edit the link and copy the video URL link
  6. Add your affiliate ID

Then, BOOM!

You are now referring people to Wealthy Affiliate videos (that we all love) and get credit for the referral when they sign up:)

The video walks you through the entire process. Bonus tip included that gives you a video suggestion you can use inside your own Wealthy Affiliate review.

Happy referrin'!

If this video helped you, the definitely hit the like button below :) Thanks.

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Jadatherapy Premium
Brilliant and a BIG THANK YOU for sharing this very valuable information much appreciated

Jennifer
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kimwolfe Premium
YAY! Hope you get a lot of use out of this trick Jada!
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keishalina9 Premium
hey hi Kim --- gold starred for future reference! ⭐️ ... thanks for producing this video! ... :)
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kimwolfe Premium
Howdy howdy Keisha :) Thanks for the ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ :) Glad you stopped by.
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keishalina9 Premium
*** LiKe ! *** ⭐️😊⭐️
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maray07611 Premium
thank you, very helpful
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kimwolfe Premium
Sure thing.
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allancurtis Premium
Thanks, Kim ... very useful blog post!
Allan
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kimwolfe Premium
Thanks Allan!
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YumaBloggers Premium
Great tutorial but I would advise that people don't use more than 1-2 assorted videos because wholesale copying of the course for your blog is a form of plagiarism and also cuts your throat for referrals.
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kimwolfe Premium
There wasn't any copying. It's just a link to the video hosted on WA, where it lives. The video is public to the world and leads people to the product. It's not plagiarism.
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YumaBloggers Premium
I'm talking about people who will put an entire course on their blogs for traffic instead of linking a singular video. WA course videos are proprietary training and even posting the individual links can have reprocusions if done in a manner considered to do harm to that nature. 1 video or 2 is fine but 25,30 of them is not the same.
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kimwolfe Premium
LOL. Yes, good points. This is definitely meant to be used with good intentions.
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