VigLink is one of the best ways to monetize your blog. VigLink works in a very different way than other blog monetization programs. VigLink converts your normal outgoing links into affiliate links, and if users make a purchase, you earn a referral commission from it. The best part is that you don’t need to be signed up for an individual affiliate account on all networks. Viglink tracking takes care of all of them!
For example, if you have a tech blog and you write about iPhone and iPad apps, VigLink will automatically convert those outbound links into affiliate links. When you would typically make no money for such links, with Viglink you will be earning money whenever somebody buys a paid app from the app store.
In a normal scenario, you are linking to product pages on many sites, and you don’t make any money when people buy or download the product. VigLink is an easy way to monetizing these links.
It is also important to note that if you are already using affiliate links on your website, VigLink does not change those links. Setting up VigLink is easy, and all you need to do is add a line of code to your site source, and VigLink will take care of the rest.
You can learn more about the details on their demo page.
FAQ and pros and cons of VigLink:
I’m not going to go into a lot more detail here. They pay by PayPal, and to date they make all of the payments on time.
With regard to revenue split, VigLink keeps 25% of the commission, and 75% goes into our pockets, which is not bad considering the fact that we are making money from links which were previously non-monetized.
Let’s have a brief look at some of the pros and cons of the VigLink program:
- It’s SEO friendly
- Smart way to make money from website
- Hassle free set-up (offers plugin too)
- Payment on time via PayPal
- You can control how linking will happen
- More money than in-text ads
- Supports multiple platforms (blogs, forums)
- Doesn’t violate AdSense policies
- Nothing major!
If you are using Infolinks or any other in-text ad network to monetize your blog, you should try VigLink. It works with other in-text networks too, because VigLink converts your outbound links into affiliate links. That said, I suggest using only one of them, and seeing how your income report changes after a few months.
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