How to use WordPress to hide your affiliate links

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  1. Another reason to use redirects is if you want to change the link, you can change it in one places vs. all the places you use the link. A common use case is when you change networks. This will save you a ton of time and also provide tracking.

    The people who care about affiliate links will know it’s an affiliate link, whether or not you obfuscate it. 🙂

    1. I converted to using Pretty Links after spending an hour or more swapping out links when an affiliate decided to suddenly pause their network. Very annoying, and now I can redirect with a couple clicks in 10 seconds.

      Lesson learned.

    1. I think I’ve heard of Pretty Links, but don’t think that I’ve used that particular one. Looks like it does pretty much the same thing, though. Good deal!

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