Is inserting affiliate links into your blog posts taking up too much time? To help you build your affiliate links more easily and efficiently, here’s a list of top rated WooCommerce affiliate plugins.
These plugins are cherry picked from Codecanyon.net for their lightweight code, awesome features, active updates, and general user satisfaction record:
WooCommerce Amazon Affiliates
You sell your own and market Amazon’s products at the same time with WooCommerce Amazon Affiliates plugin.
This little beauty is compatible with just about any WooCommerce store theme you could get on your WordPress install. It treats both Amazon and your WooCommerce products exactly the same (no conflicts in Cart Checkout page). It works with all Amazon locations (Germany, UK, France, Canada, India, Italy, and more).
What makes this plugin worth every penny is brilliant features like 90-days Cookies (keeps users logged in and saves their carts), Amazon Checkout cart, easy import (single and bulk ASIN Grabber and CSV: complete with images you select), optional display for price range, product variations, , shipping availability, coupons, etc.
With the awesome ‘content spinner’, detailed product stats, reviews, high-end synchronization module, and more: you get all the power of Amazon (along with the affiliate bonus) right in your WooCommerce store.
WooZone – Amazon Contextual Recommendations Plugin
This plugin by AA-Authors lets you monetize your awesome content by placing relevant links within your posts.
WooZone Contextual Recommendations does what it says on the tin. It uses Amazon Product Advertising API, analyzes your post and tags, extracts keywords to determine topics, and uses them to look up relevant Amazon products. So if you’re writing about, say, the last Harry Potter book, the plugin will pull up Amazon product page links to the septology’s final installment and let you select where and how to display them.
The plugin lets you control the number of links per post, optional display for product prices and retailer details, Location-based targeting, keyword stats, style options, and more.
You can how that would dramatically decrease the amount of effort you have to expend to put affiliate links in your blog.
WooCommerce Envato Affiliates
Envato Market is one of the largest digital marketplaces on the internet, and it pays north of $3 million in affiliate commissions every year.
To get some of that action, you’ll need WooCommerce Envato Affiliates plugin. It’s armed to the teeth with enhanced SEO features: Advanced search with powerful filters, import complete product info, etc.
There’s also bulk and single product import, a free WooCommerce theme (complete with widgets and advertising banners), Direct Checkout Option, import by popularity/specific marketplace/ featured items/ etc.,
The plugin is fast and brutally efficient with just the features you need and no frills and bows whatsoever.
WooExpress – WooCommerce Aliexpress Affiliates
Aliexpress is a freaking goldmine. To make your WordPress website an affiliate, get WooExpress.
The plugin is compatible with every WooCommerce theme on any WordPress installation. The usual product import is refined with image selection along with optional display and import for details on shipping, free products, product attributes, etc.
The plugin lets you place products practically anywhere within the post or page via shortcodes. There are comprehensive product stats for monitoring your progress and a SEO-friendly feature for naming images to make them indexable.
From AA-Team, the creators of Amazon affiliate plugin (No. #1 on this list), you’d expect nothing less.
Of course there are countless other affiliate programs, a whole load of them even have their own WordPress-WooCommerce plugins for painless setup. The entire point is to make ‘Becoming an affiliate’ as easy as possible: because hey, profits are a two way street.
Which affiliate program (and ensuing WordPress plugin) is your favorite and why? Share your words of wisdom with us in the comments below.
Lucy Barret is currently employed at HireWPGeeks – HTML to WordPress Company. She is an expert web developer with more than 5 years of experience. Whenever she gets free time from her work, she enjoys writing articles on WordPress and web development.