Free WordPress Plugin Adds Affiliate Products Automatically

This is an awesome plugin that automatically adds affiliate products from the JVZoo marketplace to your blog posts.

Download the plugin by clicking here.

You choose where the product feed will go on your site.  Choose between in the page header, above the blog post, below the blog post, in the page footer, or even set it to only show on specific posts.  You can see the plugin in action at the bottom of this post.

Anytime a viewer clicks and purchases a product, you get instant commissions to your PayPal account.  Also, if a user clicks on the JVZoo logo and registers, you are credited with the referral, which means more money.

Simple Install Instructions

  1. Download the free plugin by clicking here
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  2. Install the plugin and activate it.
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  3. A new “JVZoo Ad Manager” link will appear on the left navigation bar of your WordPress dashboard.  Click that link.
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  4. On the right side of the Settings page, fill in your JVZoo Affiliate ID.  (If you do not know what your Affiliate ID is, log into your JVZoo account and click “My Account”.  It will tell you there.)   Tell the system how many affiliate links to display.  Click “Update Settings” when you are finished.
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  5. At the top left of the page, you will see a field to name your feed.  You can type whatever you want here.
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  6. Below the heading field, you will see a list of JVZoo products that you are approved to promote.  Check the box next to each product you want to randomly display in your feed.  If you have not yet been approved for any products, none will appear.  In this case, you should go back to JVZoo, click the “Affiliate” tab, then “Find Products”.  Each product requires you to request your affiliate links.  Once you have been approved for links, go back to the plugin settings page and check some boxes.
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That’s it!  You’re done!  The JVZoo affiliate feed should now appear on your blog posts.  This plugin also creates a widget that you can use in the sidebar.  Look to the right and you will see it in mine.

Note:  If you have caching turned on, then you might have to turn it off or delete the current cache to see the feed right away.

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