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How to Optimize a Shoplinc Store

Posted By Darren Rowse 20th of November 2006 Chitika eMiniMalls 0 Comments

christmasIn my last post I wrote a series of tips on how to use Chitika’s eMiniMalls and RPU ads. Today I want to turn my attention to their Shoplinc product (aff).

I’ve had reasonable (and increasing) success with Shoplinc since it launched a few months back. Once you have people in the Shop it converts very well (high CTR as there is limited other options to click on). The challenge however is getting people INTO your shop in the first place. This is not as simple as adding a ‘shop’ link to your menu (although this is one thing you should do).

One single link into your shop is not enough – consider adding other ‘doorways’ in including:


About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. Hi Darren,

    Appreciate this article. I have recently started with CHITIKA too and
    have been wondering just how to bring readers over to a shoplinc.

    Thank you for the suggestions : )

  2. I’ve created a ShopLincs module that will automatically allow you to create deeplinks for both old and new posts from within the dashboard.

    Sorry I didn’t do this earlier Darren – would only have taken you 30 mins ;-)


  3. […] I also want to have a crack over Christmas at integrating my Chitika ShopLink store. I’m going to try Darren’s advice and add links to my old product related posts. […]

  4. jalek says: 12/21/2007 at 7:36 am

    I have created shoplincs module will automatically let you create deeplinks to the old and new jobs from within the dashboard display.


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