Hi!

Just want to ask, Is there a limit as to how many affiliate links can we put in a post? Or in our entire website?

How about as widgets (on the side bar) is there also a limit?

Thank you in advance!~^

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jghwebbrand Premium
One more thing to consider when doing affiliate links is, if you are doing a top 10 review for a specific product type obviously you will need 10 links.

We have used a lot of content at the top of our blog and put more than 10 affiliate links at the bottom because of related products..

Refer to Jay, live webinar instructors website, for additional ideas.

standingworkplace.com also website footballsnackhelmets.

Jay has made money on both.
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you George and Judy!~^
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JeffreyBrown Premium
1/500 ratio seems to be the norm, Rose, but you might be able to squeeze in an extra here and there without it being considered "Keyword Stuffing".

Jeff
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you, Jeff!~^
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Scorpio5310 Premium
Great question - I've learned a lot from the responses.

Kind regards, Wazza
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you, Wazza!~^
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Meenaf1 Premium Plus
In my personal point of view, it depends hugely on what type of content are you providing.

1. Is it a Catalog
2. Is it a Blog post
3. Is it an Article
4. Is it a Page
5. Is it a Product show case
6. Is it an Album like booklet

Link building differs in each of the listed content types.

Thank you for the question and hope it helps,

Meena
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you, Meena!~^

I am referring to my blog posts and my site's primary side bar.
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Meenaf1 Premium Plus
You're most welcome! I think 5 affiliate links would do great in a blog post.

I would make my side bar equal size to the longest content which I have.
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you Meena!~^
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Meenaf1 Premium Plus
You're most welcome! 👍
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Jaz333 Premium
The general rule is one link per 500 words so stands to reason in a post with approximately 1000 words you'll have 1 to 2 links within it.

The exception is best of posts such as "Top 10 xx of 2021" or "Best 5 xx of 2021" types of posts but even still you would probably want to write about 500 words on each product displayed there as well.

You also want to be sure to be adding internal links into your posts. These are links that direct the visitor to other pages/posts within your website. You can find more information on this here: Good luck, Shannon
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RoseLee2020 Premium
Thank you Shannon!~^
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Jallow97 Premium
Hi, so is it okay to have affiliate links in all of your posts? I thought Google didn't like that? Just wondering?🤷‍♀️
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Warly10 Premium
Good question. I'm also waiting for the answer haha
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Jaz333 Premium
Generally your links will be included in review posts. Then you will have posts that are purely informational with no selling intent with internal links directing them to the review post where the affiliate link is included there.
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Warly10 Premium
I've been waiting for this comment all night LOL.

Thanks, Shannon. That makes sense. That's what I've been doing so far.

Cheers
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Jaz333 Premium
lol no problem, glad it was helpful :)
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Jallow97 Premium
Okay thanks. I have been doing this too.
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