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Bypassing the cl*ckbank sales page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by blackhat-dudette, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    Now that the hoplinks are encrypted - is there anyway we can bypass their crappy sales pages and send them straight to the buy now page?

    Cheers
    BHD x
     
  2. websitesareus

    websitesareus Junior Member

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    You can still rewrite the hoplinks like before, just need to find the vendors cl*ckbank name. You see it in your browser taskbar when you hover over the product link in the CB marketplace. It's usually
    Code:
    http://zzzzz.xyz.hop.clickbank.net
    so this vendors ID would be xyz.

    Let's say your affiliate ID is abc. Your unencrypted hoplink to the sales page would then be
    Code:
    http://abc.xyz.hop.clickbank.net
    The encrypted link to the sales page looks now something like
    Code:
    http://383y34384343.hop.clickbank.net
    To go directly to the order page, you need to rewrite it. First you need to find the item number. This is usually 1, but if the vendor sells more than 1 CB product it might be 2, 3 or whatever. You can find the item number, when you enter your encrypted CB link in your browser and look at the url of the order page. The order page's url in your browser looks like

    Code:
    https://ssl.clickbank.net/order/orderform.html?time=1278400306&vvvv=45454545455&item=1&affi=abc
    The item number is inside the url, here it is 'item=1' as you can see.

    So here is how your hoplink direct to the vendors order page looks like:

    Code:
    http://1.abc_xyz.pay.clickbank.net
    1 stands for the item, abc for your affiliate ID, and xyz for the vendors ID.

    This is not encrypted anymore but links directly to the order page. Make sure your affiliate ID shows at the bottom before you publish it!
     
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  3. blackhat-dudette

    blackhat-dudette Regular Member

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    Thanks mate

    Il get onto this right away - thanks again, much appreciated
    BHD x
     
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    Thanks alot! This was incredibly usefull to me since the standard landing pages are :eek:
     
  5. billyj

    billyj Newbie

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    do vendors usually have a problem if you host their sales page yourself or make changes to it?

    does clickbank?