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Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing
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Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing

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John Hawkins presenting at WordCamp Reno-Tahoe '09.

John Hawkins presenting at WordCamp Reno-Tahoe '09.

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    • 1. Beyond Blogging Using WordPress as a CMS for Affiliate Marketing WordCamp Reno-Tahoe April 25, 2009 John Hawkins http://JohnHawkinsUnrated.com John@JohnHawkinsUnrated.com
    • 2. Why WordPress? - Easy to install - Easy to customize - Open Source - Thousands of themes & plugins - Updated regularly - Allows for multiple users - Community support - Easy to hand off to clients - Search engine friendly
    • 3. Alexa and Google Like WordPress!
    • 4. Alexa and Google Like WordPress!
    • 5. What About High Volume Sites?
    • 6. Install Some Plugins - WordPress.com Stats Keep tabs on what your visitors are viewing and clicking - Google XML Sitemaps Updates all major search engines every time you create a page/post - Platinum SEO Optimizes pages/posts, sets keywords/descriptions/meta tags - No Comments On Pages Removes the comment block from static pages - Cross-Linker Hyperlinks words or phrases in posts automatically - Link Hopper Masks affiliate links - WP Cache Caches pages for high volume sites - Akismet Deals with 99% of comment spam for you
    • 7. Select a Theme
    • 8. Select a Theme
    • 9. Customize Permalinks
    • 10. Select Your Home Page
    • 11. Select Your Blog Page
    • 12. Set Default SEO Options
    • 13. Page/Post Specific SEO
    • 14. Find Products To Promote
    • 15. Masking Affiliate Links
    • 16. Masking Affiliate Links
    • 17. Make Use Of Tags, Categories & Keywords
    • 18. Automatic Contextual Links
    • 19. Automatic Contextual Links
    • 20. By using WordPress to create your affiliate marketing websites, you’ll spend less time working on your sites allowing you more time to promote them.
    • 21. Questions?
    • 22. Contact Info John Hawkins Social Media Junkie / WordPress Evangelist Blog: http://JohnHawkinsUnrated.com Email: John@JohnHawkinsUnrated.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/VegasGeek Yahoo IM: vgsgeek Cell: 702.461.5015

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