Don’t Be Cheated! Make Sure You Get The Commissions You Rightly Deserve Simply By Using This Smoking HOT WordPress Plugin…
Affiliate Marketers, read on …
From: David Allen Date:
Dear Affiliate Marketer,
Being an affiliate can sometimes be fraught with pitfalls.
The biggest pitfall of them all is getting your affiliate cookie on the prospect’s computer.
For what ever unknown psychological reason, some people just don’t like to think you’re making any money out of them, even if you’ve done them a service.
This is what happens. You spend a few hours writing up a big product review, and preselling the target product. Then you take the time out to create a link building campaign to get your review onto page 1 of Google.
You start to see search traffic hitting your site, but then you don’t make any commissions.
Simple. People can see your affiliate link and have decided they don’t want you to get a cut. Not very nice I know, but it happens more often than you think.
Even if you use a link cloaker, many people are now aware that all it’s doing is hiding an affiliate link, and will go to the extent of clearing their cookies before going to the destination site.
It’s getting harder and harder for an affiliate to make a commission nowadays.
So what’s the answer?
Simple. Don’t give them an affiliate link to click. Just give them a plain old direct link to the site, but make sure that before they click it, they already have your cookie on their computer.
When they go through to the site and buy, you get registered as the affiliate, and you make that commission.
PressDropper is a WordPress plugin that ensures your commissions by "cookie-ing" your visitors BEFORE they go to the destination site.
They have no idea that by the time they hover over your plain text link in your review, they ALREADY have your affiliate cookie on their PC. When they buy, you earn the commission.
How Does It Work?
PressDropper works by allowing you to add your affiliate link to a WordPress post or page via the WordPress admin panel. When that post is viewed, your affiliate link is quietly and invisibly called in the background.
The visitor has no idea that this is happening – all they see is a plain text link that you add to your post. After all, there’s no need to make your affiliate link publicly visible within the post any more, as the visitor to your blog has already been cookied.
As far as they’re concerned, you’ve written a product review with no intent of financial gain, and they’re ready to go through to the site and buy.