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"Tasty Links has been a total GODSEND. It makes it incredibly easy to link ingredients and products to Amazon Affiliates – in just one click, populating my whole entire blog. So simple! I’ve seen a significant increase in an affiliate income after installing this – I highly recommend it!"
Sylvia Fountaine / Feasting at Home

I already have signed up for Tasty Pins, and recently added Tasty Links to my arsenal. Next up would be Tasty Recipes to complete the set.

It’s a bit of a learning curve, but I am getting there. The support is incredible and only an email away. Thank you for the fantastic feedback I have received on queries.

The Tasty Links plugin is such a timesaver and I love it as it makes it incredibly easy to link ingredients and products and have all my links only a click away and no need to hunt for them all over. I look forward to working with Tasty for many years to come.

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Esmé Slabbert

EsmeSalon

I have only been using Tasty Links for a short time but it has already made a huge positive change in my workflow and income. It’s so awesome how this plugin allows me to add affiliate links of any kind very quickly and easily. I wish that I didn’t procrastinate for so long before purchasing it! I should have realized what a benefit Tasty Links and Tasty Pins would be since I have loved using Tasty Recipes for quite a while. Thanks so much for such wonderful plugins!!!

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Sandy Axelrod

The Traveling Locavores

As a new food blogger trying to figure everything out, Tasty Links has made it SO EASY to add affiliate links. I love how it integrates with Tasty Recipes and allows me to put both the product links and images at the bottom of my recipe card with just the click of a button. Highly recommend!

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Nicole Masson

Fresh Apron

For the longest time, I’ve put off adding Amazon ad blocks to my posts because I just didn’t like the way they looked. So I only used text links to ingredients. But I really liked the simplicity of the Tasty Links formatting, so I went in and added ad blocks in the posts and equipment links in the recipe cards to about 1/4 of my recipes. I also created two stores, one for ingredients and one for equipment. Well, the jump in affiliate revenue has been significant, to say the least. I’m literally making 10 times what I was with just the text links. And I feel like these ads are actually very user-friendly and offer a way for my audience to quickly find what they are looking for. Win-win!

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Emily Krill

Resolution Eats

Tasty Links is the best! Having one central place to store all of my affiliate links is genius. It makes writing new blog posts so much faster. I never have to worry about putting in links incorrectly, and it’s so simple to make any updates or changes (rather than slogging through all of my old posts to update them). I definitely recommend it!

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Kimberly Salem

Limoncello Kitchen

Tasty Links has made a huge positive difference in not only my workflow, but my income as well. I love how this plugin allows you to add affiliate links of any kind very quickly and efficiently. I only wish I had purchased it sooner!

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Kristen Wood

MOON and spoon and yum

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Screenshot of the Tasty Links edit screen, with fields for keyword, url, and options for nofollow, new window, and disclosure

Common Questions

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    How does Tasty Links work?

    When your post content is written to the page, Tasty Links scans the content, finds any keywords that you set, and links those keywords to the URL you set.

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    Can I nofollow the links or have them open in a new tab?

    Yep! Each link has options for adding a nofollow attribute to the link and for opening the link in a new tab.

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    How does the disclosure text work?

    The Tasty Links settings area has a text field where you can add some sort of disclosure text. If the disclosure text is enabled for a link, then the disclosure will be inserted after the keyword on the front-end of the site.

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    Can I see the links in the post edit screen?

    Not at this point, but let us know if this is something you would be interested in!

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    How much does Tasty Links cost?

    Tasty Links is $49 per year. If you decide not to renew, the plugin will still work, but you won't get any updates. If you have more than one site, we also offer the option to purchase multiple site licenses at a discount.

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    Is there a free version of Tasty Links?

    There's not. We wanted to build a plugin that was built well and supported well, and both of those things come at a cost that made a free version prohibitive in the long run.

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