No affiliate id on my site link

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Hi, i just installed the plugin with the addthis pay per click addon, i think i have to read the affiliate id at the end of very site url/id=number

Can you help me to figure out of this problem?

Edit: removed personal information 

if you need an admin account say to me


7 Responses to No affiliate id on my site link

  1. George May 18, 2020 at 6:09 pm #

    Hi Mida,

    Thanks for providing access and for your cooperation so far.
    Your site although it uses a valid SSL certificate, probably the migration to SSL is still not complete.
    If you go to Settings > General in your Dashboard the Site URL and WordPress URL are both set using http protocol. This in turn affects the URL for affiliates-addthis.js script and instead of enqueueing it is trying to reach
    and for security reasons the request is blocked because it is not allowed to have both secure and insecure requests as you can see in the screenshot below.

    FYI I haven’t modified Site and WordPress URL, because this process requires further actions to take place if not already done as described in this guide.

    Please complete the necessary steps and if the issue persists, add a comment here.

    Kind regards,

  2. George May 15, 2020 at 4:03 pm #

    Hey Mida,

    Apologies for the waiting, but after testing further the situation on my online testing site, I get normal results when trying to share a post while logged in as affiliate. When testing on your site I got a normal shared article only once and never again and therefore I think this issue occurs only to your site.

    Can we please proceed and check the situation further? In this case we will need to deactivate plugin(s) and switch theme, so if your site is running live at the moment this whole process can take place in a staging copy. I can proceed upon receiving your confirmation here with a comment.


    • Mida May 16, 2020 at 9:52 am #

      proceed on the site we don’t use it at the moment so you can change what you need

  3. George May 5, 2020 at 11:58 am #

    Hey Mida,

    Thanks for sending me login details.
    Indeed the shared link doesn’t store the affiliate cookie, so I went forward and tested that on my local installation. Using the default settings for AddThis, it can share a post and any visits on this shared link store the affiliate cookie properly. However, when I used your settings it stopped adding the affiliate cookie upon visiting a shared post.

    Please allow me to further check this and apply a patch if necessary, but you can disable the test account created for this session.

    Kind regards,

  4. Mida May 4, 2020 at 7:00 pm #

    ok i will send you now

  5. George May 4, 2020 at 11:19 am #

    Hi Mida,

    Many thanks for using Affiliates Pro on your site, we appreciate it.
    Affiliates AddThis addon will allow your affiliates to share content from your site through AddThis and will convert these links to affiliate links automatically.
    Both plugins, AddThis for WordPress and Affiliates AddThis integration should be installed and activated on your site.

    If the setup is already done, then it’s better to have a closer look at it as admin. You may send us temp admin credentials to george at itthinx dot com.

    Kind regards,

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