Infolinks is like Google Adsense which offers bloggers, webmasters and other online publishers advertising revenue. When you enable Infolinks on your website, some key phrases in the site’s text are hyperlinked to relevant ads. The Infolinks hyperlinks appear like a normal hyperlink with clickable blue/green(you can customize the color you wish inside infolinks) underlined text, but they are added into your HTML automatically. Whenever a visitor clicks on the link, Infolinks keeps track of this data and pays you ad revenues accordingly. This is the way Infolinks operates. From my personal experience I recommend Google Adsense or Direct advertisers to generate more revenue. Infolinks provide very less revenue only.
Some people get irritated to see many hyperlinks of Infolinks. The excess hyperlinks spoil the site appearance. One best way to reduce the hyperlinks is,
- Logo into Infolinks and goto this page.
- In this Ads customization page you can restrict the Max links Per Page from 1-12.
You can turn off Infolinks with one line of HTML code on specific pages or post or a portion of page. So, how to do this hack on your blog?
Turn off Infolinks on Certain Post
To turn off Infolinks in one of your Blogpost/WordPress blogs you need to make the editor into “HTML” and insert the code script <!–INFOLINKS_OFF–> in the beginning of your body post and update it.
Turn off Infolinks on Certain Pages
To turn off Infolinks only on certain pages like Homepage, About us, Contact us pages in Blogpost/WordPress blogs you need to navigate to source code say in WordPress–>Appearance–>Editor. You can find the source code of the page and insert the code script <!–INFOLINKS_OFF–> and save the template.
To turn off Infolinks for a certain section of code, place it just before that section, followed by <!–INFOLINKS_ON–> after the section is over.
Cool isn’t it?