Using Affiliate Links
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When I say contextual, I’m talking about using your links naturally in the text of your blog post.
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Using Amazon Affiliate Links
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Use affiliate links in areas where you think a reader is going to want more information.
In recipes, add affilaite links under ingredients that I think a reader might want to actually visualize and see.
In crafts I add contextual links under the supplies that I think a crafter would purchase online.
Not every supply is linked, just the ones I think they would purchase online.
Too many links looks spammy so you want to sprinkle them in there, not link every supply.
If I am using a tool, whether it be a crafting tool, kitchen tool, shipping tool, etc I will add a link to that.
The trick is not to overdo it but to sprinkle those links in places you think a reader would want more information or a visual of the tool or item.