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Change word ford to [keyword]
This will allow you to automatically create a ebay filled banner or table based on keywords you enter.
Signup to Amazon affiliate program at associates.amazon.com.
Use Build links function and select Recommendend Product Links. From their you can work thorugh and build a whole range of different sized links and banners. Select Iframe version of size you require and cut and paste code into Notepad.
You will see with code there is search=ford for example:
Change word "ford" to [keyword] on your template pages.
When you run Traffic Equaliser, you will be adding a search of amazon products with keywords you are using. This will mean everypage will have different results. If there are no results for that keyword when you have built page go into page itself and change keyword for amazon to something which will bring up results
Affiliate Program Feeds
Check with your affiliate network to see if they have facility to run content links. Commission Junction and Tradedoubler both have programs where you can run definable content links. In UK, UK Affiliates and Affiliate Window both have these facilities which can work as well.
Check them out at:
www.cj.com www.tradedoubler.com www.dgm2.com www.affiliatewindow.com www.affiliatefuture.co.uk
Well hopefully , this has given you a few ideas on how to be a bit more creative with your Traffic Equalizer Templates, using multiple sources of income per page will give you Force Multiplier Effect on user, they will have several options if they land on one of your pages.
At very least, it will make your pages more appealing to search engines will all this up to minute and relevant content.
Now it is time to put these ideas to practice!
Jason Hulott is a long suffering Affiliate Marketeer and Affiliate Program Manager at Affiliate Marketing Optimizers , J2 Squared Limited. Currently using a whole range of tools and products to run an affiliate empire which just about pays the bills! If you want a copy of any of the template pages we use for Traffic Equaliser then feel free to drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.