Skimlinks Editor tool is a blogging chrome extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Blogging, it has 10,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.54 from 46 rated user, last update is 42 days ago.
Skimlinks Editor Toolbar The Skimlinks Editor Toolbar is the easy to use Chrome Extension that any publisher who is writing commerce content must have installed. NEW FEATURE - See Merchant Programs in Google Search Results You can now see if a merchant has an affiliate program with Skimlinks directly in your Google Search results. All you need to do is make sure you have the Editor Toolbar installed and open when you search for a product or merchant, and you’ll now see the Skimlinks logo next to the search result if they have a program available. Other Features of the Skimlinks Editor Toolbar: - When a publisher is on the merchant's website, they’ll instantly be able to see if they provide commission rates, what they are and easily be able to create an affiliate link directly from the toolbar. - Easily see the average commission rate the merchant has paid over the last 90 days - The ability to see the full conditions relating to commission rates without leaving the page - Whether the merchant provides exclusive or higher than average commission rates - Shorten links to share on social networks or in email - If you manage multiple domains, the ability to select the domain you want to affiliate so that the relevant commission rates show You need to have a Skimlinks account and be logged in for the Editor Toolbar to work. You can sign up for an account here https://signup.skimlinks.com/
You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.
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It used to work great and often would automatically drop down when I wanted it to. Later, it only would if I clicked on it, and recently, it has been 90% unreliable and nonfunctional, even when I click on it, reinstall it, and try all sorts of things. It's basically useless now and I'm forced to use the SkimLinks URL link creator instead.
Works sometimes, other times not, For example this is not working https://www.lacoste.com
Used to work, now it doesn't. Skimlinks support asked me if I'd tried the Chrome extension in another browser as a fix, which is not only nonsensical but also unhelpful.