So I wrote a high quality article (all by myself, so it's completely original) of about 700 words. Near the end, I directed the readers to my Clickbank link for a related product that they would want to buy after reading my article. It's online and getting some good clicks (but no sales yet; I'll just have to experiment until I get some sales) But what do I do with the blog now? Google tends to value blogs that are regularly updated, right? But making another post would push my article with the affiliate link to the bottom of the page. Do I just put my affiliate link in EVERY post? Like "as I mentioned in the previous post, [clickbank product] is still a great product to buy!" I don't think it's a good idea to never update the blog again, just so that the affiliate link stays on the front page. Or do I just make more blog posts and hope that the readers will find their way to the first post with the link in it? I've also looked into "sticky post" plugins for Wordpress, so the article with the link stays on the front page, but I can still update it with new content to attract more visitors and get priority in Google results. How do you guys deal with this issue? Thanks!