How To Get Konga Affiliate Ad Banners To Place On Your Blog

If you sign up for Konga affiliate program and Konga approves your application, you will receive email with your password and other information, which will be required to log in to the Konga affiliates control panel.

Once you’re logged in to your own affiliate panel, you can choose from various banners, text links, reviews and other promotional materials. If you place Konga ads on your blog and your blog readers make purchases on Konga.com after clicking on the ads, you will earn some money. Once your earnings reach the minimum payout, Konga will transfer the earnings to your bank account.

From your Konga affiliates control panel, you can simply copy codes for Konga ad banners of different sizes which you can place on your blog. You will also see your general affiliate link which you can use to promote any product on Konga.com. There is also the DirectLinks feature which allows Konga affiliates to use links with no additional parameters in the URL.

In this post, I’m sharing with you, how to get banner code which you can place on your blog.

How To Get Started

==> Sign in to Konga Affiliates Control Panel

==> Scroll down to the “Quick Navigation Icons” section

==> Click “Banners & Links

==> Scroll down and click on the “Get banner code” button of the banner you would like to place on your blog.

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==> Copy & Paste the displayed code to your blog to get the banner displayed.

Paste it in HTML/Javascript gadget via “Layout” if using Blogger/Blogspot; and if using WordPress, paste the code in Text gadget via “Appearance > Widgets”.

Kindly note that you can also apply filters right on the page.

I hope this helps.

You can read more articles on affiliate marketing here.

Recommended:

==> Konga Affiliate Program Sign Up and Login Forms

==> Finally Receives Konga Nigeria Affiliate Commissions In My Bank Account

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  1. Thank you for sharing this. The plethora of links in that affiliate control panel can be confusing at times and same goes for Jumia's own too. Thanks for shedding light.

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