How do I link to a webpage on my blog so that every time it is updated so is my blog for affiliate marketing?

Basically i am doing affiliate marketing on my blog and i would like to link to the page so it gives the title and description of that particular page. And when they change the affiliate item, or add a new article my blog automatically updates as well.

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One Response to “How do I link to a webpage on my blog so that every time it is updated so is my blog for affiliate marketing?”

  1. Mark A Stafford November 6, 2013 at 12:39 pm #

    Hi Amber, well you can’t really control what the marketer does with their product on their website. If they change the product, you will have to change your affiliate link. I am not aware of any automatic scripts or blog plug ins that can automatically change your link.

    Here are a couple of very cool ways to kind of hide your affiliate link so that it does not appear as an affiliate link. You will need to have your own domain and hosting setup. These will work if you are using blogger.com or a hub-page but you need at least one domain hosted in order to make the scripts work.

    1. Create a new directory on your domain and name it something. Free or Cool Offer, etc.
    Copy the code below into notepad (Not Microsoft Word!) and name the file index.php. Where you see location, place your affiliate link. When somebody clicks on your link, they will go to the file, index.php and it will automatically redirect the web user to the affiliate link. This works very well with Clickbank offers, etc

    < ?php header( 'Location: http://www.yoursite.com/new_page.html' ) ; ?>

    2. If you are using wordpress to blog with on a domain you own with hosting, download a plug in named “pretty links”. You can download it here:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pretty-link/

    You grab your affiliate link and it will automatically create a hidden link for people to click on.

    These are the best ways I know of to put affiliate links into your blog and keep them hidden so people do not hijack them.

    I hope this helps.

    Good luck!

    -Mark

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