Who Can Benefit From Using the Pretty Links Plugin? (4 Examples)

Pretty Links for You

As a publisher, you probably spend a lot of time generating and organizing links for your content. This task can be very tedious. Over time, you may even find yourself struggling to keep track of all your links.

This is why you need a link management tool, such as our Pretty Links plugin. By having a system that helps you organize and use your links more effectively, you’ll be able to focus on the performance of your content while driving more conversions.

In this post, we’ll discuss the main features offered by Pretty Links. We’ll then look at the types of content creators who can benefit from using our plugin. Let’s get started!

An Introduction to the Pretty Links Plugin

Whether you’re a blogger or an influencer, you probably use a fair amount of links in your content. Perhaps you use them to promote affiliate products or to direct readers to other pages on your blog. However, the more posts you create, the more difficult it becomes to manage your links.

Our Pretty Links plugin is an all-in-one link management tool designed for busy publishers:

Pretty Links homepage

You can use it to easily generate short links for existing pages, and create branded URLs with your domain name. The plugin offers a few other handy features as well, including link tracking and performance reports.

The free version of Pretty Links is ideal for publishers who just want to create neat links for their posts. However, if you want to establish a strong linking strategy on your site, we recommend that you opt for a premium plan:

Pretty Links pricing plan

Our plans come with advanced options that can help you organize and manage your links more efficiently. You’ll also be able to view your links' conversions and use that data to optimize your content.

Who Can Benefit from Using the Pretty Links Plugin? (4 Examples)

Are you still unsure if Pretty Links is the right tool for you? Let’s look at the types of creators who can benefit from the plugin’s powerful features.

1. Affiliate Marketers

As an affiliate marketer, you may struggle to keep track of all the products that you promote on your site. This includes trying to determine which links are generating the most clicks, and which ones need to be updated.

The good news is, Pretty Links offers several features that can be beneficial for affiliates. For starters, you can turn those long and messy affiliate links into shorter ones, and brand them with your domain name:

Using the Pretty Links plugin to create short, branded links

Some users may be suspicious of long URLs with random characters, such as the ones offered by affiliate programs. As a result, they might avoid making purchases through those links. Therefore, It's a good idea to create neat and professional links for your products.

The plugin also makes it easy to disclose your affiliate links. You can simply generate automatic disclosures next to them:

Using the Pretty Links plugin to disclose affiliate links

This feature also enables you to automatically insert a link to your affiliate disclosure page on every post. You can also add a “nofollow” attribute and “sponsored” attribute to your links.

2. Bloggers

You don’t need to have a money-making site to benefit from Pretty Links. If you run your blog as a hobby, you can still find our plugin useful, especially if you want an easy way to organize your links.

With Pretty Links, you can automatically create a short link for each post that you publish. You can even assign categories to your links for easier access:

Bloggers using the Pretty Links plugin to assign link categories

For instance, let’s say you have a travel blog that includes a page dedicated to Spain. Every time you mention Spain in your articles, you may want to link to that page so readers can read more about the destination.

Using Pretty Links, you can simply link the keyword “Spain” to the dedicated page. Then you can enable the keyword replacement option, and every mention of “Spain” in your posts will automatically link to that page. This saves you a lot of time since it means you won’t need to go back into every post to add your links.

3. Social Media Influencers

If you’re an influencer who often promotes brands on social media, you probably know that it can sometimes be a challenge to add links in posts. For example, Twitter has a tight character limit, so some links may not fit into a single tweet.

Fortunately, you can use Pretty Links to create a short link for your social media content. This is particularly useful if you want to include a link to a specific page in your Instagram or TikTok bio. A short link is more clickable, and it helps to keep your profile tidy.

Moreover, if you add Pretty Links to your site, you won’t need an additional tool to share your posts. You can simply use the social media buttons that are available with our plugin.

4. Podcasters and YouTubers

As a podcaster, you probably work hard to create episodes that drive traffic to your website. Similarly, if you’re a YouTuber, you may be using links in your videos to send viewers to specific pages on your site, or to sell products:

YouTubers using the Pretty Links plugin to link to blog

When you use Pretty Links, you can create links that are short as well as memorable. This is important if you want listeners to remember them. For example, you may want to direct your followers to a relevant blog post or your sign-up page. While you might be able to include the link in your transcription, you can also share it verbally during the broadcast to encourage more conversions.

It’s also a good idea to track these links. This can help you find out which episodes and videos are sending the most visitors to your site.


Managing your links can be challenging, especially if you publish fresh content on a regular basis. Fortunately, a tool such as our Pretty Links plugin can help you organize your links more efficiently, while also enabling you to track their performance.

In this article, we looked at four types of publishers who can benefit from using Pretty Links:

  1. Affiliate marketers. You can replace affiliate links with branded ones, while also adding disclosures to your pages.
  2. Bloggers. You can create short links for your posts and categorize them for easy access, as well as replace specified keywords with links.
  3. Social media influencers. You can make very short links for your social profiles and posts, and use the plugin’s Social Buttons Bar to share your content.
  4. Podcasters and YouTubers. You can generate memorable links to direct your audience to a particular page, and therefore drive more traffic to your site.

Do you have any questions about using the Pretty Links plugin for your blog or social media content? Let us know in the comments section below!

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