Backing up your WordPress website should not be a chore. You have various solutions, both free and premium, to choose from. In this post I am reviewing WordPress Duplicator, the backup solution I use on this and other websites.
Today we look at Link Supercharger; the good, the not so good and the awesome. If you have arrived at this post without seeing the rest of my blog, you should check out a couple of my other posts before reading this – How To Cloak Your Affiliate Links and How to Cloak Your Affiliate Links, Part Deux.
This is an update to a previous post I made about cloaking affiliate links in WordPress. Now, while the method I outlined in that post is a perfectly valid way of achieving the outcome, it does have some limitations. In this post I will explain what they are, the potential gotchas and how to get around them. So, without further ado, let’s get going!
After a quick blast through weeks 2-5 by requesting a fast track approach, I decided that I would follow the course as it was originally intended. So I took a small break from the Partnership to Success program until time caught up with me!
When you are promoting products, such as the upcoming Partnership to Success program (see what I did there?!) if you are using naked affiliate links, people can remove your affiliate code and you lose out on your commission.