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, focused on a specific niche, thus, integrating affiliate links in your newsletter can noticeably increase the odds of generating a sale.
The methods to generate your newsletter are basically two:
Supporting the first option is pretty straightforward but what happens with the second option?
LinkDeli now provides three options for adding an affiliate product list in your blog-post-generated newsletter email making it much easier for your subscribers to purchase.
Let's see how it works:
While in a product list, click on the web code button.
Then, click on the blog code and turn the visibility of the “email integration” on.
Once you toggle it, a list with three integration options will popup.
This code displays a static image which direct your readers to your LinkDeli product list.
The text code displays the description of the products and links to the relevant shops
This code displays clickable thumbnails and directs your readers to the shops as well. This style is optimized for email and mobile devices so your readers will see all the products regardless of where they view their emails from.
So, there is no need for an extra step! Just choose the code that fits best for your email content and click to copy the code as usual.
(Please note: different options are available on different plans.)
The code you copy from your LinkDeli dashboard, contains the widget code and, depending on your selection, another, static, email-optimized piece of code, with its own email-optimized links. Since the widget will not be rendered in the email, the email-optimized code will be used.
This code comes with its own statistics so you can finally see how many sales come from your marketing emails. The emails statistics graph will tell you WHEN your users open their emails and thus, you can target them even better.