Any program/platform/software to organize all my affiliate links/programs in one place?

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Hi, I am testing out a few affiliate programs, but most them of are independent and scattered, not like what you will find on clickbank or Adcash. Does anyone know of a good platform or software that can help with managing independent or "scattered" affiliate links/programs? Is there really something like that?
I will appreciate. Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author K Edward
      Originally Posted by SiteNameSales View Post

      Clickmagick is a good place to start.
      Hi SiteNameSales, will check this out. Thanks
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    I use click.org for that.
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  • Profile picture of the author msulcs
    I know this isn't exactly what you were looking for but Skimlinks is a pretty interesting platform.
    They take care of the affiliate links and managing them.

    When you sign up, you simply copy and paste a short line of code into the footer of your site once and then continue to create content as you normally would, including direct links to products mentioned in your post.

    Any links you add from merchants that are signed up with the Skimlinks network will then earn you a commission when a reader clicks through the link and makes a purchase.
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    • Profile picture of the author K Edward
      Originally Posted by msulcs View Post

      I know this isn't exactly what you were looking for but Skimlinks is a pretty interesting platform.
      They take care of the affiliate links and managing them.

      When you sign up, you simply copy and paste a short line of code into the footer of your site once and then continue to create content as you normally would, including direct links to products mentioned in your post.

      Any links you add from merchants that are signed up with the Skimlinks network will then earn you a commission when a reader clicks through the link and makes a purchase.
      Thanks for this, however, I am not looking to monetize my content. All I need is an easy way to organize my already existing but scattered affiliate links/programs. But thanks anyway
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  • Profile picture of the author newton
    I use ClickMagick. If you want to do it for free, try a WordPress plugin like PrettyLinks. There will be lots of other ones too that you can use for free.


    I like ClickMagick due to the fraudulent clicks it monitors, so it's great for paid traffic.
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