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    this is what i say....htaccess...the hacker can still try to brute,but not long and whm close the doors.
    Every plugin is a security hole...

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    Don't use Jetpack, it made my site 2 sec slower even with CDN running!

    Must use a caching plugins for minimizing your scripts sizes
    Sitemaps, CDN, firewall plugins
    SEO plugins like yoast (though it makes your site slower)

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    I don't know if someone mentioned already this one...

    THIRSTY AFFILIATES plugin for affiliate link management is a must for a website. I have added it to my 2 sites and I see improved results in only under 2 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casinobingofriends View Post
    I don't know if someone mentioned already this one...

    THIRSTY AFFILIATES plugin for affiliate link management is a must for a website. I have added it to my 2 sites and I see improved results in only under 2 months.
    Is it not easier to just use htaccess redirects and avoid using a plugin altogether or does this also offer additional advantages?

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    Perhaps, if you know how to do htaccess redirects!

    You can also add keywords for each affiliate link, so it would automatically link these accross your website.

    Statistics on link clicks and the regions are useful too.

    For me it works!

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    I think a specific "go" or "visit" page is far faster then using htaccess, and the htaccess will not end up getting bloated and can be used for redirecting removed pages or folders etc, instead of hundreds of lines for affiliate links, when it is a question about wanting the fastest choice.

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