As I dissect Affiliate Marketing into pieces that I can absorb and really focus on, I realized that thereâ€™s a need to mask your Affiliate Links to get people clicking. But as I got deeper into open source systems, somehow your mind gets really set on getting things for free. But as Affiliate Marketing got more complicated I realized I needed a system to help me out. So I purchased MaxBlogPress Affiliate Ninja…
… Choosing WordPress as a platform was great lots of freebies, and when I needed Affiliate Link Maskers, there was WP-Affiliate and GoCodes. WP-Affiliate was my favorite until it stopped working as WordPress upgraded its version. GoCodes was the substitute, it did the job really well but youâ€™d have to manually insert the links.
— Screenshot of the admin screen of Affiliate Ninja —
MaxBlogPress Affiliate Ninja was something Iâ€™ve seen being promoted by Affiliate Marketing Expert, John Chow, I wanted it but open source mentality stopped me. But as Iâ€™m trying to quicken my development of Affiliate Marketing websites, I realized that thereâ€™s a need for me to automate Link masking and Link insertion and thatâ€™s what Affiliate Ninja does.
Here are some features that I like about Affiliate Ninja:
- Automatically turn selected keywords in every page into a affiliate link
- Links are automatically masked
- You could limit as to how many are converted into links per page
- Add NoFollow to links automatically, and search engines won’t penalize you for that.
- Affiliate Link Management
- Edit a whole lot of links in one click!
I love it, itâ€™s money well spent for me. I was able to save so much time in adding links to my contents. Thereâ€™s only one feature that Iâ€™ve emailed support about not working is the status bar, itâ€™s supposed to be able to change the status of the status bar when you hover on the link. So basically I could change the status to whatever text that I want! I would love to have that feature, but Iâ€™m still waiting for it to be answered.