Posts Tagged ‘wordpress plugin’

Pinterable WordPress Plugin by Ruki

Tweet Here's one of the cleverist WordPress plugins I've seen for a while, combining the power of both YouTube and Pinterest. Pinterable WordPress Plugin by Ruki has a simple premise. It makes it possible for people to pin the WordPress videos that you're showing on your blog. What this means is that it's easy to get a few people to

Jun 17th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Advanced Kindle Laser Beam Course by Colin Phillips

Tweet Looking to ignite your Kindle sales? Advanced Kindle Laser Beam Course by Colin Phillips gives you fresh insights into the Kindle marketplace for book creators, packed inside a PDF report. One of the best parts about this advanced course is Colin's insights about how to rank your books higher in the Amazon search engine results. That means that more

Jun 16th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

WsoTakeover Plugin by Ken Reno

Tweet If you're involved in the Internet Marketing space, then you'll know the vaue of promoting Warrior Special Offers as an affiliate. They convert well to other Internet Marketers and can fit well on all kinds of sites and blogs. WsoTakeover Plugin by Ken Reno provides a classified type system for blogs, whereby you can display Warrior Special Offers at

Feb 26th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

WP Price Checker by Edwin Boiten

Tweet Want to create quick price comparison sites as an affiliate marketer? WP Price Checker by Edwin Boiten is a WordPress plugin which lets you create these sites quickly and easily.   WP Price Checker offers many innovative features, including working with data feeds and most local versions of Amazon. That's a trusted name that people love to buy from.

Feb 26th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Azon Snatcher by Daniel Brock

Tweet Do you want to make money as an Amazon affiliate by providing content that visitors want (and will buy from)? Azon Snatcher by Daniel Brock is a combination of products designed to help you to become a top Amazon affiliate. First of all, you get access to two private training webinars (and various other videos), laying out a complete

Dec 10th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster