Trello – a Universal Tool for Affiliates

  • 8th May 2017


Today I’ll share info about an exciting tool for work organization, Trello. You can find many helpful articles about this tool in Google, and I’ll hardly describe all of its functions, so don’t consider this article a review. This is more like an attempt to help you organize your business with

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Google or Professional Translation

  • 8th Apr 2017


In the wake of my recent talk with a colleague on the topic ‘do we really need quality translation of landings/banners?’, I’ve decided to write an article to set the record straight on this subject and share my opinion on translations.

So, do we need a human translation or Google Translate will do?

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AdPlexity Native: Review and $50 Discount Coupon

  • 2nd Apr 2017


Today I will share with you a new review and, traditionally, a brand new coupon code that will entitle you to a discount of $50 in a recently opened service dedicated to spying on your clients. It has been launched by guys from the AdPlexity service that you already know, but

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Teamwork in Affiliate Marketing – Part 1

  • 20th Mar 2017

I’ve been extremely busy recently, and my blog has become a bit dusty, so it’s time to update it. I’ve always received many questions regarding teamwork: what do I think of it, how should novices organize it, where to start from, etc. That’s why I’ve decided to write a new post here on this very topic, because there’s abundance of newcomers, and it’s usually difficult for them to sort these

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Cloaking. What’s that, why do we need it and how to use it

  • 8th Mar 2017


This article will be useful for newbies and those who only make first steps in affiliate marketing, have heard the scary word “cloaking”, but have no idea yet what it means, whether it’s needed or no and how to set up their own cloaker. Experienced users will not find any secrets in this article.

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The Ultimate Spying For Free Guide

  • 8th Nov 2016

In my previous article I’ve already reviewed a really good spying service, but there are cases when you want to watch everything with your own eyes, see what works and how it works, understand how and where a user is redirected from a landing. Of course, sometimes you don’t want to pay. This point might be crucial for novices who only make their first steps, but don’t forget

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Popup & redirect traffic — what is it and how does it work?

  • 4th Oct 2016

In this guide I’ve tried to put together everything I have written before and structure the data on working with redirect and popup traffic.
A bit of theory:
Pop Up – when a user visits a site or clicks a link on a site, their browser opens an additional window where the user sees our landing.
Redirect — while visiting a site a user is redirected to our landing (this

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Detailed Examination of Top Landing for Installs

  • 24th Aug 2016

Today I’m going to have a detailed examination of a top landing for app installations and look at the code and scripts that help increasing CR. In general, the aim of this article is to help people create their own landing, even if they are unfamiliar with HTML and JS and find it very frustrating to see all those unknown symbols in the HTML code.

Every newbie thinks that now he

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How to Use Amazon AWS for Landings

  • 27th Apr 2016

In my previous posts I mentioned several times about a possibility of using Amazon AWS, but I didn’t have a chance to write a guide about it. Well, let’s fix that.

I’ve already told about cloudflare CDN in another article, now it’s time to be more detailed about the most famous and popular service at the moment — Amazon AWS. I won’t give general info about it

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What is the Best Place to Host a Landing Page? DigitalOcean + Serverpilot = Build Your Own LAMP Server

  • 30th Mar 2016

Mia, where do you keep your landings? What web-hosting is better? What variant is more profitable?

Actually, this is probably one of the most popular questions ever asked to me. There is no definite answer. You can host landings on AWS or place them on a separate server. Both variants are quite reasonable, and the final choice is up to you. I’ll just add that for hosting landings I prefer using

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