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VigLink optimizer technology makes your retail links earn more. How? We swap your links for more lucrative alternatives. Meanwhile, links remain relevant and readers go where they expect.

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A recent post to Joe’s Photo Forum. Same text, different links. Which earns more?

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A great landscape photography kit requires a few items you won’t find in the studio. Take in the full scene with the Nikon 24 mm wide angle lens. Circular polarizers make blue skies bluer and reduce unwanted reflections. Finally, a sturdy tripod such as the Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 and a strong ball head will provide tack-sharp photos even with long shutter speeds.

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B&WPicWiz

A great landscape photography kit requires a few items you won’t find in the studio. Take in the full scene with the Nikon 24 mm wide angle lens. Circular polarizers make blue skies bluer and reduce unwanted reflections. Finally, a sturdy tripod such as the Manfrotto 055CXPRO3 and a strong ball head will provide tack-sharp photos even with long shutter speeds.

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FAQs

Wait a minute, are you changing links after readers click?
No way, that would be bad. Optimized links look like any other link. What a reader sees is where a reader goes. For the tech savvy, this means links are optimized at render time.
Can I make sure certain links are never changed?
Sure, just add class="nooptimize" to the <a/> tag. Links tagged with nooptimize will never be redirected from the original merchant. It’s as simple as this: <a href="http://amazon.com" class="nooptimize">VigLink won't optimize this link.</a>
How does VigLink know which link is best?
Some links earn more than others. A link to a certain product from one retailer may earn less than a link to the same product sold by a different retailer. We are constantly monitoring the average earnings per click across thousands of retailers. With up-to-date pricing information, we can select more lucrative links.
What if the text around a link refers to a specific retailer?
Our technology can detect the mention of specific retailers in the text. So if your site says, “the Marantz SR7007 is now available on Amazon,” we won’t change that link to, say, eBay.
Where can I get more information on this feature?
Visit our support page, where you’ll find the above answers and much more!