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Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2020 WordPress Deals

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It’s that time of the year again; deals on WordPress products a-plenty; 2020 is no different despite these challenging times. WordPress product makers and theme providers are offering a wealth of discounts.

Perhaps you’ve been putting off a purchase, waiting for a suitable deal to come around; if that’s the case, you’re going to love this list of recommended Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals.

We’ve collated some of the must-have deals from around the web. Perfect for our customers, and hey, if you’re thinking of joining WPZOOM and purchasing one of our products, you’ll love them as well.

So grab a coffee (or whatever your tipple), and let’s take a look at what’s available this Black Friday/Cyber Monday 2020.

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How to Monetize Your Food Blog with the Amazon Associates Affiliate Program

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Affiliate marketing is an effective way to generate revenue, especially for a food blog. Every new recipe or review you publish is an opportunity to earn money through commissions for sales of the products you recommend.

This is a big reason why affiliate marketing is so powerful for bloggers. You don’t need to put your own time and money into researching, creating and marketing a product. You simply need to find existing products you feel resonate with your audience best and market those to them.

The Amazon affiliate program is your best bet when it comes to generating affiliate sales from physical products and ebooks. It’s free to join, and you could earn up to 10% in commissions whenever your audience purchases something using your link. Plus, Amazon is one of the largest and most recognizable retailers in the world.

In this post, we’re going to cover how to monetize a food blog with Amazon’s affiliate program. Specifically, we’ll cover how to use a plugin called AAWP to insert affiliate links on your site creatively and effectively.

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VideoBox 4.0 – Podcasting Anyone?

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Do you have a WordPress theme for podcasts? — we’ve been asked this so many times. We couldn’t provide a solid yes, but were still recommending our VideoBox theme, as it supports embeds from a great variety of platforms. This solution worked well for several of our customers and we were content with the theme being more video-oriented. However, lately, there’s been an incredible rise of the podcasting industry and we decided to extend VideoBox with some podcast features.

Since VideoBox had already a solid base for a podcast website, our mission was to integrate a native audio player and add support for popular podcast services in a new update.

So, we’re excited to announce a major update — VideoBox 4.0! Read below all the details about this new version and see how you can make use of the new features on your website.

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What’s New in Recipe Card Blocks, June ’20 Edition

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It’s time for a new roundup to highlight the changes and features we’ve been adding to the Recipe Card Blocks plugin in the last few months.

Last time we did a similar roundup in January, and since then we’ve been periodically updating our plugin, continuously taking it to a new level.

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How to Create an Online WooCommerce Restaurant Ordering Page

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Until recently it was something normal for any restaurant to have a well-maintained website. Even so, it seems that for many restaurants this was something difficult to achieve.

In these difficult times, for many restaurant owners and other businesses in this field, owning just a simple website is no longer enough. If you still want to remain in business you have to adapt quickly and find alternatives. Taking online orders through your WooCommerce restaurant website and delivering them to your customers would be a good start.

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