Best way to cloak the final destination of a URL from a link in an email?

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Can anyone suggest the best way to cloak the final destination of a URL from a link in an email?

I am noticing my ability to inbox content greatly depends on the final destination of the url.
Simply masking the link has little or no effect. So obviously gmail, aol etc follow all the link hops.
If the link in the emails terminates at content on a blog it inboxes. If the link terminates at certain
affiliate offers the email is blocked or goes to spam.
with out the line breaks
Can anyone suggest the best way to cloak the final destination of a URL from a link in an email?

I am noticing my ability to inbox content greatly depends on the final destination of the url. Simply masking the link has little or no effect. So obviously gmail, aol etc follow all the link hops. If the link in the emails terminates at content on a blog it inboxes. If the link terminates at certain affiliate offers the email is blocked or goes to spam.
feel free to edit or change it

Thanks!!
 
You'd want to use a redirector that blocks bots, I think. I have no experience with any, but http://taveo.net/ does track bot clicks so it might allow you to block them as well.
 
What cloaker are you using for this? It would be set up the exact same way as for a campaign with any ad network.
 
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