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Mark your favorite products and links to easily add them to your project manager lists

Most probably you have a list of favorite products  you use over and over again on each list for each of your projects. And some products are needed each and every time. Glue for example is one of the most frequently used product links in the whole InLinkz project manager universe!. So, how do you […]

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Affiliate Blogging – Step by Step – Manage Affiliates

This is our final step on affiliate blogging.   Learn How to Manage your Affiliates   Project Manager provides the easiest way to monetize your blog in minutes, especially if you are affiliated with more than one shops. It removes the pain of having to link to each different affiliate provider to pick up the […]

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Affiliate Blogging – Project & Product Navigation

Let’s move onto our next session about affiliate blogging, which is about project & product navigation.   USE THE PROJECT/PRODUCT WIDGET.   You can use the new dynamic project/product widget to add context in your product list & allow your readers to navigate to related projects in your blog/shop. Moreover, by setting the project data of […]

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Affiliate Blogging – Manage products in your Library

After you have created your own product library, the affiliate blogging goes on by learning how to manage these products in your library.   MANAGING YOUR LIBRARY   For each product in your library there is a toolbar that allows you to manage it. Let’s take a look at what all these buttons mean. Below […]

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Affiliate Blogging – Create your Own Product Library

What is important about affiliate blogging is to learn how to create your own product library.   Let’s see how:   With the Project Manager tool you can create product lists by dragging & dropping from the existing shops but you can also create your own product library to select products from. Crafters usually do this in […]

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Affiliate Blogging – The Project Manager Dashboard

The next step in affiliate blogging, is to find out how to use the Project Manager Dashboard.   GETTING STARTED WITH THE DASHBOARD   You can go to the Project Manager Dashboard from your Inlinkz home page when you are logged in. You are also automatically directed to the Project Manager Dashboard after you created […]

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Affiliate Blogging – Link One Product to Two Different Shops

Affiliate Blogging – One Product, Two Different Shops   In case you are affiliated with a couple of shops you might want to link the same product to both shops. This will allow your readers to find the product easily on both shops, compare prices & pick their favorite.   To start, follow the steps as […]

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Affiliate Blogging – A step by step Guide

A step by step tutorial for a successful affiliate blogging. Learn how to create your own product lists, how to add new items in your pool and how to connect your Inlinkz account with your affiliate providers.   What would you like to do? For a step by step tutorial that will guide you through all […]

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Successful Affiliate Blogging with the Inlinkz Project Manager – Product list

The Final step of your affiliate blogging is to create lists using the Project Manager.   Let’s create a product list. Let’s try creating a product list and test the functionality with the shops that can be found inside InLinkz. After clicking on “add new list” you will be presented with an empty space on […]

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Successful Affiliate Blogging with the Inlinkz Project Manager – Types of Advertisment Monetization

Let’s see the two major monetization types of affiliate blogging:   Types of advertisment monetization   The generic advertisment (e.g. google AdWords) The generic advertisment is what is usually called “banner advertisment” (you can see more about the various internet marketing methods here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_advertising) In this case, you allow a third party (e.g. Google) to add […]

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Successful Affiliate Blogging with the Inlinkz Project Manager

Affiliate blogging is the tool to make extra income as a blogger. Let’s scroll down to see why:   While each crafty blogger is unique, some have considered creating an income out of their art form. Regarding monetization, crafters are divided into three categories. First, there are people that not only create but also monetize […]

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Add your Project Manager product lists in YouTube

Adding your product lists in YouTube.   Do you feel that you should somehow need to drag your YouTube followers to view your blog post as well, in order to make them see the product lists? Well, no need for that anymore! Here is the solution: You can now list the products you have used […]

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Recycle blog traffic with the updated Project/Product properties dialog

How to Recycle Blog Traffic.   By setting the project data of your blog post, it will be easier to refer your other projects inside your product lists. This means that you will increase your traffic & allow people discover more, without ever leaving your blog. The project manager Project properties dialog has been enhanced to make […]

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Minor updates to the Linkup tool & Project manager

A few small updates to the LinkUp tool & Project Manager:   Notification emails. Remember target page even after logging in. Export all your PM links in a CSV file. Search all your lists from the PM dashboard.   1.  Added a notification email, 7 days before at least one of the tools expires. No […]

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Tracking & analyzing performance of your blog product lists

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could somehow measure the actual clicks & performance of your blog product lists?   This is already possible by using the graph function underneath each of your links:     Click on it & you will produce a graph of your link’s clicks in time:  

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