Easily Convert Keywords with Ninja Affiliate

Written by Zac Johnson
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For the longest time, I’ve been using another keyword link plugin on this blog and started using MaxBlogPress Ninja Affiliate on a few other blogs in the past month and I’m really liking it. With such a large blog, it would be insane to have to manually add in links every time I write about a network or web site. With Ninja Affiliate, you just put in the keyword you want to target, and where it should link to… once this is done, whenever that text is shown, it will now be a link.

I get emails all the time asking what plugin I use to setup the linking on the blog. The previous plugin I was using (WP Affiliate Pro), had very long redirect urls and costs $97, and paid for itself a million times over.

Here’s a bit more on what the plugin offers.

  1. Easy Affiliate Link Management – You can easily give each affiliate link an easy-to-remember name..
  2. Flexible Link Management – Accepts every affiliate link format out there, so you don’t have to waste time with various affiliate marketing tools..
  3. Create Professional Redirect Links – Use professional looking redirect links that let your prospects know you’re a pro marketer..
  4. Manage Links by Groups – Too many affiliate links? Ninja Affiliate allows you to easily create different groups to manage your links..
  5. Prevent “Affiliate Theft” – Cloak your affiliate links to prevent link theft and affiliate sabotage. No one will ever steal your hard-earned commissions again..
  6. Insert Affiliate Links Directly – Add your affiliate links directly for your WordPress blog editor – you’ll never have to hunt for links again..
  7. Transform Keywords to Links – Automatically turn keywords in your blog to affiliate links. You can set a limit too, so your posts don’t look like a spam blog!
  8. Advanced Display Options – Ninja Affiliate allows you to display any text you want in your web browser’s status bar..
  9. Use “No-Follow” Links – Control your link juice and escape punishment from Big Daddy Google with ninja precision. In fact, you can control your links any way you want to.

No matter how long the link destination, you can shorten anything to your blog domain, such as https://zacjohnson.com/ninjaaffiliate. It’s as clean as can be, and once you setup the redirect once, you are set for life.

I’m sure the $97 price tag scares many of you away… but without a doubt, this plugin has paid for itself not only in the thousands of revenue it has generated for me, but I would have gladly spent double for the amount of time it save me!

Improve your blog earnings with Ninja Affiliate.

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12 Replies to “Easily Convert Keywords with Ninja Affiliate”

  1. like I said on JohnChow's site. $67 is still expensive $97 is insane.

    I am currently using a plugging that does almost the exact same thing for FREE on the internet. the only differences is the stats and the Cloak links features.

    I need to try this one, is there anyway I could get a free copy to try it out.

  2. wow.. i do some blog walking and found more than five people review about this . 5 best blogger couldn’t be wrong about this great plugin

  3. $67-97… Ok so a video game that requires two years of development and a massive team and has tons of features sells for $60 new. A wordpress plugin made in a few hours/days whilst some guy jerks off is $97.

    Interesting scenario.

  4. The plugin is nice, but unfortunately there are still some bugs which seem to take a while to get solved. (eg. it's not allowed to have a ( or – character in your link text). For me it's a big bug, for the plugin author it's a feature…

    For 97$ you would expect fast bugfixes but the author of the plugin doesn't seem to care that much. I hope to get some time soon to fix the code in the PHP myself – it shouldn't be too hard I think.


  5. There is a simple plugin called Keywords 2 links that does a similar thing. Uses Google Analytics for click tracking.

  6. $97 isn't that expensive for something that can save you a lot of time. I know how much my time is worth, and an effective timesaver that only costs a hundred bucks could pay for itself pretty quickly.

  7. <a class="replyTo" href="#comment-110291" rel="nofollow">@Amit Mehta:

    Exactly. Despite any free or lower cost alternatives out there, this tool has everything I need and I would gladly buy it again if I had to make that decision.

  8. It is quite crazy that entire themes can be had for $50 for something really awesome that any idiot can operate, and a single plug-in like this regularly sells for double that! Nice niche they got going here, but it shows you how there is just more and more opportunities lurking around each new door that gets opened in the world of the internet.

  9. I agree with Zac, I can easily justify spending $97 on this one, sure its not perfect but it does what it does very very well. Now, what I can say is that they should pick a price.. running a 30 bucks off sale every 2 months gets to be too predictable and people stop caring, not to mention that you can get it on sale any day of the week if you know how.. Over promoting things can end up making customers immune to your promotions.

  10. Is a nice plugin, but the problems with them is if is really worth the value of the work or time. Beside i think there are some plugins for a lower price if not eaven free…

  11. I have written a similar, but free, plugin myself for a rival CMS system many years ago :). I just couldn’t imagine putting together something like this (and it’s not hard for a pro developer – lets be honest) for a fee. It is a shame that many WP developers shun the Open Source/Free principle that WP is founded on.

    But fortunately there are other CMS systems out there. Infact, I only use WP for the odd blog here and there. I use other systems for affiliate sites – unfortunately people can’t or just don’t want to see past WP. Each to their own :).

    By the way, point 9 “Control your link juice” has been irrelevant for over a year now. You’d think a super affiliate would know that ;)! Google “matt cutts pagerank-sculpting”.

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