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Disguising Link URL

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by dirtbikedude, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. dirtbikedude

    dirtbikedude Newbie

    Jan 8, 2009
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    Hey Everyone,

    I'm new to the cloaking side of BHW and am mostly active in the email marketing part of BHW. I thought I'd come to you experts on an issue I'm having with links because you guys are experts on affiliate link cloaking, etc. We have to put unsubscribe links in our emails but it always points back to our URL. Well, now whenever we use that URL it sends our email to the spam folder. We then change it to a URL redirector/shortner like goo.gl and it would work again. Problem is that after we use a link shortner, it automatically gets blocked like a day or 2 later. Now its blocking all our URL redirectors since we've used almost all the link shortner sites that I can think of. Do you have any ideas on URL redirectors/shortners that constantly add new domains? or would automatically alternate between different URL's periodically? Because honestly it's getting tough now to the point of a finding a URL shortner service that we haven't used yet, that hasn't been blocked by email providers.

    So I'm REALLY hoping you guys know of a way to have it swap between different domains or something. That or like a disposable webspace or something.

    Your help is truly appreciated!!
  2. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

    Oct 29, 2009
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    If I understand you correctly (and I may not), couldn't you solve this problem by setting some throw-away website at an alternate host, init email for that site, and then forward it to where you find it easiest to handle? The urls in question would always point to the throwaway site. When one set got burned just buy another throwaway site.
  3. somebody113

    somebody113 Registered Member

    Nov 11, 2010
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    you could use bitly to shorten it