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.

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In LinkDeli, there are three options available on the code dialog: the blog code (a), the YouTube code (b) and the HTML code (c).

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a. Blog code: This code allows you to add a product list, with images of the products and shop icons, in your blog post and connect it automatically with your affiliates. To proceed with that, click on the blog code tab (1) and then on the copy button (2) to grab the blog code. Your blog/website platform needs to allow for tags to be embedded. Most platforms and self-hosted blogs do.

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Paste it to your blog post while in HTML editing mode in order for your list to be displayed in your post.

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Since the widget is dynamic (meaning, it is rendered every time you load the page), every change that you make on your LinkDeli dashboard, will be immediately reflected to your blog post as well without the need to change/replace the code.


b. YouTube code: If you have a YouTube channel and you want to share your supplies with your followers, copy the corresponding code for YouTube and paste it to the description box. Once you click on the YouTube code tag (1), a list with shop descriptions will popup. Choose the description (2,3,4) that works best for you and click to copy the code as usual.

YouTube code, LinkDeli

Then, go to your channel and paste the code at the YouTube description field:

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Your supply list will be shown on your video description like this:

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Now, your YouTube followers don't have to search in your blog for the products you recommend. All the supplies they may need are just there for them.


c. HTML code: In case you want to add the links you use in a project, inside your blog post text, just grab the code for each product you write about from the HTML tab (1). This code is already formatted, with all the affiliate shops included. Click on the copy button to grab the HTML code (2).

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Go to your post and paste the code. See below how the product links will be displayed in your text.

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Tip: Give a pleasant look to your text by editing the description of your product using the pencil icon.

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See in the example below how it may look:

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Pretty simple, isn't it?