Full Version: Link Cloaking: Cloak and Dagger in Affiliate Marketing
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'Cloak and dagger' seems like a joke, but it is truer than you may like: if you do not cloak your affiliate links, you could get stabbed in the rear. If I were to market this link: it would be quite simple for one to just cut it off after

It'd not necessarily have to be a malicious act, maybe just laziness on your part, but if this were a course where I got paid per click on my affiliate link...I would not get paid. You'd get paid, if you slipped your own affiliate user-name in the link. My girlfriend learned about by browsing webpages. If I gained a commission on a purchase, I would not obtain it and you could.

There's another reason to hide your links. I discovered research by searching the Chicago Sun-Times. You're promoting your link throughout the web, if you're half-the affiliate that you ought to be. But as we all know, internet programs come and go, and so does our interest in any particular pro-gram. What happens when you drop a program? Where your defunct url is residing you have to struggle to get all of the places online, so you can alter it or eliminate it. I learned about understandable by browsing Bing. Odds are they'll not all be found. For more information, please take a peep at:

You can use one of two ways to cloak a link that involve making html records, or you can use one of several companies that cloak links for you. The benefits to producing html files o-n your own domain is that when you drop a joint venture partner program you just need to revise them, you get links back to your domain, and you get page views that boost your Alexa position.

You can go here to get the two kinds of html page to choose if you decide to go that way from: There's also an inventory there of hiding services.

No-matter how you get it done, cloaking your affiliate links can protect your affiliate earnings and save you time and trouble in the long run..