A common question I have received over the past 2 years from my readers on this blog is “how do I install Prosper202 on my server.” I have been using Prosper202 for a few years now and have installed it on numerous servers without any trouble, but I can see where someone who is not experienced in setting up a database or using an FTP client could get confused.
So, I am going to explain the entire installation process from download to setup. This should answer many of the common questions that come up while installing Prosper202, but if you get to the end and you still are unsure do not hesitate to ask in the comments below.
First off, we need to actually download Prosper202 to your computer.
To be able to upload Prosper202 to your web server you are first going to need to download it to your computer. You can download Prosper202 for free from the official Tracking202 page here.
Make sure you download Prosper202 somewhere on your computer where you will be able to easily find it. I usually just download it directly to my desktop.
Create Subdomain or Setup Your Domain
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That being said, here is a quick demonstration on how you can set up redirects easily within your cPanel.
Important! In order to complete the instructions below you will need your own web hosting account with at least one domain name and cPanel account created. If you do not have those things I suggest you head over to HostGator and talk to their amazing support about getting them setup!
Creating a Subdomain Redirect
The best way to setup a redirect within cPanel is to simply create a subdomain and then have that subdomain redirect to whatever URL you want (including your PeerFly affiliate link).
What is a subdomain?
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I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again. If you want to take your affiliate marketing efforts to the next level you need to learn how to build your own landing pages. By creating your own landing pages you will immediately have the advantage when compared to most of your competition. If you know how to build a good landing page then you will have the absolute advantage over the majority of your competition. Although I have discussed a few different ways you can build a landing page (jQuery Mobile, Bootstrap, etc), I haven’t really discussed the elements of a good landing page. Well, here are my five tips to improve your landing pages.
Eye Catching Headline
Headlines have been used by the media for a long time to draw in user’s eyes and get their attention. Newspapers (remember those?) have always done a good job of putting a catchy headline on the front page of the paper to grab your interest and make you want to read more. You should do the same thing with your landing pages.
You only have a few seconds to get engagement from the user before they simply exit your page and head → Continue Reading
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Every once in awhile a WSO is released on the WarriorForum that is worthwhile. Last year I wrote about Fanpage Commissions, a WSO that my buddy Brian Johnson released, and explained how I got over 5,000 fans on my fan page in the first week using it. That WSO is no longer available and things have changed quite a bit on Facebook since it was released, but there is still a ton of opportunity to build up fan pages and make money from your fans.
More recently, I have discussed using Sponsored Stories to build large fan pages. Sponsored Stories can supply the cheap traffic you need to build a pretty large fan base on your fan page and Facebook will love you even more because of it. Building a large fan following is great, but how can you make money from them? It’s really important that you build engagement with your fans and use your advertising to drive them to content that’s going to make them like you more, not drive them to unlike your page. How is that possible? One way → Continue Reading