Nickel Sale Today For WordPress Affiliate Link Plugin

Update:

The nickel sale for the affiliate link cloaker plugin for WordPress is now CLOSED, but you can still get it for $17 until the official site and affiliate scheme becomes live using this link:-

WordPress Affiliate Link Plugin – $17

(For reference, the nickel sales page is still there on the link below, but the payment link has now been removed. You can still use the link above to purchase.

http://plugingreat.com/nsafc/)

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In a few hours as I write this, the nickel sale for a very cool plugin that integrates with WordPress and lets you hide and track your affiliate click throughs will go live, today at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST).

Essentially what this plugin will allow you to do is to create affiliate links on your blog that look like a regular page or post. It does this by hooking into the WordPress permalink system – something that standalone scripts can’t do.

As if that alone isn’t good enough, it will also track your click throughs allowing you to work out which products you’re promoting are the most popular. And of course when comparing those clicks through into conversions, you can then work out which are the best programs to promote in terms of direct earnings. 😉

Next, you can force your URL to stay in the address bar while the target page you’re promoting is shown in an iframe.

This effectively means that to a casual visitor it looks very much like the page they’re viewing is part of your blog. 😉

And finally, you can check a box that will hide the links from menus and page lists (WP 3.x +). This will come in very handy if you want to create an affiliate link, but not have it appear on your menus and widgets etc.

When we officially launch this plugin, it will be for $27 and will include minor upgrades all the way up to v2. This is your chance to get the same deal but at less than half the price.

These nickel sales have a habit of being very popular and taking off very quickly, so you have to be a bit quick to get the best deal.

Let me put it like this…

You’re going to get a good deal on this plugin if you get it in the nickel sale at whatever the price. It’s way better than waiting and then seeing it on sale at $27 in a week or so’s time. Isn’t it?

But you’re going to be more pleased with your purchase if you can get it at the lowest price it will ever be. Right?

Don’t kid yourself with this one. This is probably one of the most unassuming but truly useful plugins you’ll ever see, and I can guarantee it’s one that you’ll be using all the time.

The nickel sale starts at just $6.97 and goes up by 5 cents every time a purchase is made. The faster you get there, the better (lower!) the price.

At 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST) today, I’ll make a new post here on this blog with the location of the nickel sale.

-Frank Haywood

By |October 29th, 2010|internet business, software, wordpress plugins|10 Comments

PL Ahh Membership Now Open…

My new PLR membership site PL Ahh is now open. 😉

If you’re one of the first 50 members, you’ll get access at just $20 per month and you’ll get TWO products each and every month.

That’s just $10 per brand new never before released product, and in anyone’s books that’s a BARGAIN.

You can find out more details and join up here.

http://www.plahh.com/

-Frank Haywood

Two for one PLR

Today I open the doors of my new PLR Membership which is now offering TWO products for the price of one.

Yep, rather than just make the two for one deal an introductory offer, I figure I can supply you with two brand new products each and every month from the following:-

  • Packs of beautifully designed sales page / squeeze page templates.
  • Beautiful business oriented WordPress themes.
  • Very useful WordPress plugins.
  • Standalone PHP scripts.

And if you’re EITHER one of the first 50 people to sign up, OR you sign up within the first 48 hours then you’ll be able to get in at an unbeatable $20 per month.

That is just $10 per brand new high quality product with full Private Label Rights, which I believe is unheard of?  Please correct me if I’m wrong.

Now then. I planned to open the doors at 6.00pm GMT tonight, but I can’t now do that because I have a hospital appointment to attend.  I could open tomorrow, but I’ve spent the last few days saying I’d open today, so that’s what I’m going to do.

But I’m pushing the time back to 8.30pm GMT (3.30pm EST), possibly 30 minutes after that.

It all depends on what time I get back as to what time I open the door, as we have the mother-in-law coming to tea as well, so it’s all gone a bit pear-shaped.

That’s life though eh?  You plan and plan to no avail.  😉

So let’s recap.

#1 – New PLR membership opens at 8.30pm GMT (3.30pm EST).
#2 – Two products for the price of one.
#3 – $20 for the first 50 people to join.
#4 – It’s a flaming bargain!

Watch for a post on my blog later today, and another email announcing it’s officially open.

-Frank Haywood

New PLR Membership – What’s The Difference?

I’ve had a number of people ask me privately what the difference is between PLR Code Mine and my new PLR membership opening tomorrow.

There are two main differences.

First and foremost, the new membership is 100% owned by me and the products will be created by my employees.

For PLR Code Mine, I was just the “front man” of a 50-50 deal with James Cunnington who is now the sole owner of PLR Code Mine.

James has pretty much been running PLR Code Mine since at least June (or even earlier) this year.  So product delivery, support, response and updates etc have all been down to him.

If you’ve been happy with product delivery, support, response and updates, then you’ll continue to be happy at PLR Code Mine.  So there you go, I think that’s fairly clear now, okay?

Secondly, my new PLR membership won’t just be about web scripts and software.  I’ll be rotating, mixing, and matching packs of sales page templates, WordPress plugins, WordPress themes and I guess the odd standalone PHP script thrown in here and there.

All of these will be created by my employees with none of it outsourced to third parties, which I’ve discovered isn’t such a good idea.  We all live and learn, and this was a great little (and painful) learning point for me.  :roll:

So each month as part of the membership I’ll be giving you at least one of the following.

  • Packs of beautifully designed sales page / squeeze page templates.
  • Beautiful WordPress themes – you’ve seen some of them already as Multiple Streams Themes.
  • Very useful WordPress plugins – you’ve seen the quality of the plugins I release.
  • Standalone PHP scripts.

As part of the introductory offer tomorrow, I’ll also be including PLR to the Redirection WordPress plugin I included as part of the Multiple Streams Theme 003 last week.

It’s a good deal, especially when you see the introductory price.  I’d certainly buy it if it was presented to me, and I’ve become very choosy recently.  😉

Finally, support will be done by the same staff that are creating the products, so you’ll be getting knowledgeable and definitive answers to your questions.  All of this feedback will go back into the loop to make things better for the future, which you have good reason to look forward to.

-Frank Haywood

By |October 21st, 2010|internet business, Product Ideas, software, wordpress plugins, WordPress Themes|Comments Off on New PLR Membership – What’s The Difference?

Screenshots For Sales Page Design PLR

As promised yesterday, here are a couple of screenshots of the first sales page design of five that I’m offering Private Label Rights to, together with PLR to the Redirection plugin for WordPress.

The PLR membership opens Friday.

Note that the bulk of the text on these demo images is in fact plain text that you can edit with Notepad, Dreamweaver, Front Page etc – you don’t need a graphics program to amend it.  Even though some of the text looks as if it’s graphical in nature, that effect has been achieved by the clever use of CSS styling.

Okay, first a general overview of the first sales page design.  The “thumbnail” image has been heavily compressed and is at 75% to save bandwidth, but it should give you good idea of what’s going on with the design.

Right Click and choose “View Image” to open it full size.

And now a clip from the top of the page to show the CSS styled drop shadow effect.

No, the text and drop shadow aren’t graphical, it’s all done via CSS.  Cool huh?

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When you join the new PLR membership on Friday, you’ll get Private Label Rights to FIVE of these sales page designs, plus as a sweetener, PLR to the Redirection plugin I included with the Multiple Streams Theme 003 last week.

Each month you’ll get PLR to either a five-pack sales page bundle, a WordPress plugin, or a WordPress theme.  If I get workable suggestions for other product types, I’ll do those too.

I’m sure you can see it’s an extremely good deal.

More news tomorrow.

-Frank Haywood