MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate Review Finally a Worthy Affiliate Link Plugin
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, you’re constantly on the lookout for new WordPress plugins to expand functionality and to give you new tools to make blogging easier. Pawan Agrawal from MaxBlogPress is a great developer who has created a lot of widely-used plugins like the Stripe Ad, Favicon, and Max Banner Ads. I’ve tested a lot of his plugins on this blog and can confidently say that they are robust, innovative, and above all useful. Way to go Pawan.
Pawan’s latest project is called MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate and is a complete WordPress plugin that automatically converts keywords on your blog into affiliate links. If you’re trying to make money, this is a great solution with a ton of options.
Before Ninja Affiliate, I was using a similar plugin called WordPress Link Cloak but it did have a few limitations such as errors when displaying in RSS feeds and images, lack of click tracking, and inability to group keywords. You can also see a side-by-side comparison between MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate and WP Affiliate Pro.
Ninja Affiliate is by far the most comprehensive affiliate link plugin that I’ve seen and has solved many of my previous issues cloaking links. Below are some of its main features.
give links meaningful and easy-to-remember names
manage links by different groups
cloak links to prevent people from hijacking your commissions
insert affiliate links directly into the WordPress editor
limit the number of keyword-to-link conversions per page, assign the nofollow attribute and cache them to improve performance
change the text in the status bar for a link
Here’s a screen shot of my setting for PerformancingAds (<? did that turn into a link?).
Before I go on about how great this plugin is, there are a few minor bugs that I should mention. Hopefully, Pawan can clear these up soon.
status bar text doesn’t change in Firefox 3
I don’t know if it’s just me, but the backend interface doesn’t function properly. I need to check “cloak it” and “convert to keywords”, hit save, then go back to the edit page and enter in the text options, hit save, then check the “modify status bar text”, hit save, then enter in the text option, then save again. This is extremely annoying and time consuming but can easily be changed with a few design tweaks.
Other than that, Ninja Affiliate is great plugin that I would recommend to you if you’re a blogger looking to use affiliate links in your posts. It’s essentially the OIO Publisher for affiliate link management.
Pawan has set up a discount deal for all Winning the Web readers that goes until Friday, October 3rd 11:59 pm ET. The plugin normally sells for but you can get it for if you buy it here this week. Click here to visit official MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate site?
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