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What has-feed/no-feed means when setting my shop connection

Some of the shops may have not provided a product feed. For this reason, the LinkDeli search function will not be able to retrieve products from these shops. You are still able to add products from these shops to your own product library through the "add link" function or the bookmarklet (find out h...

How do I find my shareasale ID?

Here's how to find your Shareasale affiliate ID:Login into your Shareasale control panel.Look into the header. The number after ID# is your Shareasale affiliate ID.

How to start with LinkDeli: a step by step guide

This guide will help you set up your LinkDeli account and create stunning visual product lists, connected to your favorite shops and multiple affiliate networks. App Registration For registration, you will need only three elements: a name (1), an email address (2) and a password (3) Not...

Exporting your Shopify store product feed for LinkDeli

To export the products from Shopify, you need to access your shop's dashboard. From there: 1. Go to your products page 2. Click export 3. Click on "all products" and "plain csv file" and then "export products" You will then receive an email with a link to access/download...

Create and manage tags for your favorite products

In every new project, there are undoubtedly some products that are used frequently and each time you put too much effort into searching for them from scratch.Creating your own tags will save your precious time!Assigning a tag to a product will provide you with a useful way to group related products...

How to find my AWin affiliate ID

Simply login to your Awin account. On the top right, beside your username you will see the number in parentheses. Just copy the number (without the parentheses) and paste it to your affiliate-id field in LinkDeli

How to find my Commission Junction (cj) affiliate id

First, login to your commission junction account (cj.com). Then click on Account at the top left and then select "Websites":A page will open that will list the websites you have set to your Commission Junction account. The number beside the website name is what you need. Just copy it and paste it in...

Adding a product to your list manually: the bookmarklet and the add product button

If you want to add a product to your list from a shop that does not support any kind of affiliate program or it is not searchable within the available shops, you can manually add it to your list either through the Bookmarklet or through the +Add product button. Bookmarklet When in LinkDeli, go t...

Search for a product by name

Extend your search and look for products by name through the "advanced search" function. While you are on the edit list, click on the cog icon (1) and four searching options will be displayed: shops, tags, mine and all. 1. Shops: check the "shop" tab (1) and all the shops you have added to y...

How to use a template list

One way to speed up the process of creating a new product list is by exploiting LinkDeli's template function. You can set any of your lists as a template by clicking on the orange button on the function bar (1). Α template list with some basic products that you constantly use can serve as a go...

Clone a product list

Perhaps you have created an awesome product lists and you want to use it in another project as well. But, although you need to make a few changes/ additions at the new list, you need at the same time to keep the first list unbroken/ intact.Well, you can easily do that using the clone button.While yo...

Web codes: for blogs, YouTube videos and HTML texts

After you have created your product list, there is one more step left before you publish it.·That is to select the appropriate web code. In LinkDeli, there are three options available on the code dialog: the blog code (a), the YouTube code (b) and the HTML code (c). a. Blog co...

How to use the LinkDeli Products page

The LinkDeli Product page is a quick way to access your most frequently used products as well as the products you added manually and select them to create a new list.This cuts down on the time it takes to create a new product list (Find out more methods to avoid starting a list from scratch here (te...

Migrating your products and your lists from inlinkz project manager to LinkDeli

On your account settings page (top right, click on your email), you will find a “migration” button. Click it and you will be presented with a page like the one below: By default, all products are selected. If you want to unselect some (or all) use the “select visible”/ ”deselect visibl...

I am an old Project Manager user

In this case, welcome to the updated Project manager, now named LinkDeli. We have gone to great lengths to make LinkDeli, everything Project manager users wished for!If you have an active account on the InLinkz project manager, please create an account at LinkDeli, with the same email address. This...

Use more inspiring names for your products and entice your readers!

Do you think that the names of the products you use are too long or not descriptive enough?You can entice your readers with a better description! You can now edit the product description that will be shown on the widget, YouTube and HTML as well.Just click on the title you want to edit,change it as...

How to theme your product lists?

One of the most requested features in LinkDeli has now been released! Theming! You can modify the styling option of all your product lists at once from your settings page (and set this sole theme as a default) or adjust the style of each list individually from the edit mode. Depending on your...

How to pick links for your blog posts

Do you regularly use affiliate products within your posts and you wish you could copy and paste the links in short order while writing? In LinkDeli you have quite a few options to pick links for your posts rapidly: 1. You can open the YouTube links and pick from that list. These are direct links...

How to add your affiliate product list in your newsletter email

In affiliate blogging, your email newsletter is one of the most essential tools in keeping your readers in the loop.Most the bloggers utilize the newsletter to maintain consistent communication with their readers and enhance their engagement. A newsletter subscriber is usually a loyal reader, focuse...

What to do if the LinkDeli bookmarklet asks you to login each time: How-to set third party cookies on

This is due to a browser setting, to not allow third party cookies. You need to allow third party cookies so the LinkDeli bookmarklet, running on the shop site, can access your session data, stored as LinkDeli cookies. CHROME: For chrome, to allow third party cookies, you can go to settings:...

How to append your template lists to a new product list

Another much-requested addition and a HUGE timesaver has now been added to LinkDeli's bashboard. Append template!You can now append any template you want to your current list being edited.This means you can have template lists with basic tools, and, after building the new list with just the new extr...

LinkDeli Team accounts

Get your team on LinkDeli!Do you have a design team? Get them to LinkDeli and give your team the tool to feature their projects by creating stunning product lists. It’s an easy way to keep your audience’s interest alive or announce new product releases.Team accounts are now available from LinkDeliTh...

How to add multiple affiliate links to your instagram bio with LinkDeli

Get more out of your social media bio link! Share multiple affiliate links of products you are recommending via Instagram or Twitter and direct your followers to exactly where you want them to go. Discover LinkDeli's new Social Link feature and drive more views, engagement, and purchases tha...

How to find my Amazon affiliate ID

Login to your Amazon Associates account (https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/home).On the top right, beside your username you will see your ID.Click on the edit button and put your amazon id on the LinkDeli input box, including the dash and the 20 at the end.You only need to do this process once.Ti...

How to find my Rakuten/LinkShare affiliate id

Your affiliate ID is a 11-character alphanumeric string (meaning that contains both letters and numbers, and possibly symbols) and is essential to attribute any sales through your clicks to your Rakuten/LinkShare account. To find it, you need to create one link from the LinkShare dashboard. Here is...