In this tutorial on how to add an rss feed to your site so that you can get affiliate revenue or pay per click revenue from eBay Partner Network!
Th eBay partner network got rid of their Editor Kit which allowed you to generate live feeds of listings on eBay.com. It was great because it would allow you to generate listings in any category, so if you were writing an article on antique tea pots you can place a live feed of antique tea pots in your post, and if anyone clicked and/or bought you would get paid.
Now the only way to do this is to use what’s called an rss parser to accomplish the same thing. Here is the email they sent me in response to my request for assistance on this issue: Continue reading →
I have a plugin called Front End Image Ad. It’s pretty cool because you can put it on any page, and it gives people the ability to post an image and write about it on your blog so that you get content and images to use on your site.
Getting this kind of content is called user generated content.
Anyway, here’s how to use it…
Basic Directions On How To Use It:
How To Click Down To The Plugin:
There is a tag already attached to the Image Ad Plugin. After you place it on a page or post, put the following code at the beginning of your page if you want people to be automatically directed down to the area to insert an image and content as shown in the above video:
Lastly, there is a document that you can use if you don’t have an agreement for when people submit content and images. They must click the box which they must agree to the terms. I created one for you to use which is in your download material but you should tweak it for your site.
The Frontend Image Add plugin is all about turning your traffic and subscribers into content creators for your site. It will work best when you ask your current subscribers on your list to contribute to the subject (the page). So build your list and use the plugin to snowball your content and images on your blog.
But that’s not all it’s good for. You can use this plugin to get testimonials, create videos, and even create a book you can sell on Amazon or other publishing platforms. And I’ve done it all using the same or similar system. I’ve done it without the plugin by simply asking for pictures, reviews, and stories depending on the subject.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to use the ‘submissions guidelines’ page so that you get yourself covered (you’re never totally safe when it comes to images, unfortunately. I have never had a problem using this strategy). You can copy my submissions guidelines page if you wish, just change it to suit your site or particular guidelines.