Q: How do I "share" MM links?

snypin04
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"Share! Copy and paste special Money Makers links on other sites or embed the dealspl.us Widget, and we'll pay you $10-$30 for every 1,000 clicks your links receives!" What does this refer to and where can I find these links to share? Is it for all deals or coupons or just some?
snypin04 (rep: 1.36k) posted Jan 04, 2012
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maven3
The MM widget link is for posting coupon deals on your blog or webpage, you just have to use the uniquely generated and customizable widget code made here: http://dealspl.us/tools/displayWidget.php

Effectively, the widget is just an ad that you display on your personal website (similar to a banner ad). The widget can display a chosen number of the popular coupons from any or all categories on dealspl.us, and you get payed for the number of click-throughs generated.

The other option for making $10-30 per 1k clicks is through posting individual coupon URLs. Assuming you have a MM account, your unique coupon URL will show up next to the post when you click the "Share it!" button. You can then copy and paste this uniquely generated URL into an email, blog, webpage, etc.

You can learn more about both options here: http://dealspl.us/account/faq_mm.php
maven3 (rep: 5.23k) posted Jan 05, 2012
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snypin04
So if I already submitted my deal and didn't copy the URL, I can't get back to it?
snypin04 (rep: 1.36k) posted Jan 05, 2012
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akaricke
You actually need to submit the deal. After it is submitted you can copy and paste it.
Example of one of yours:
http://dealspl.us/Sports-and-Outdoor-Gear_deals/p_easy-glide-rowing-machine1
Now if copy and paste the link and put on your twitter, facebook or myspace or where ever you would get credit every time a unique visitor clicked on it.
akaricke (rep: 159k) posted Jan 05, 2012
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snypin04
how do they know if visitors are coming from inside the site or from an external site?
snypin04 (rep: 1.36k) posted Jan 05, 2012
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maven3
The URL is uniquely generated for/from your account, so they can track how people got to the page.
maven3 (rep: 5.23k) posted Jan 08, 2012
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