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Good way to hide your link

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by noresize, Apr 26, 2009.

  1. noresize

    noresize Newbie

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    I don't know if the idea was posted before, but it's pretty simple. First, you need to understand that they can see the page from which your leads are coming from, obviously. So lets say you were clever and made a page that redirects to your affiliate link (say yourdomain*com/aff.php), it looks suspect. Instead, you want your ref url to print as yourdomain*com/index.php, as if the lead clicked a link on your main page. Using server-side scripting, this is easy and almost invisible.

    To start off, you could build a simple autoblog (see the countless posts on that subject) with a couple ads to make yourdomain*com look legitimate. Then you want to add your affiliate link somewhere in the sidebar/header/footer. Make it visible. If you're using Wordpress you need to modify your index.php file (the one in your root directory) it should look like the index.txt file I've attached tot his very post (rename it to index.php).

    I added a condition so that if the url is "yourdomain*com/index.php?p=specialoffer", an html file is included. Otherwise, the blog will appear.

    The html file (relocate.html) contains this:
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    <head>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function delayer(){
        window.location = "YOUR LINK"
    }
    //-->
    </script>
    </head>
    <body onLoad="setTimeout('delayer()', 1000)">
    <h2>Please wait...</h2>
    It simply redirects the browser. I'm using javascript since I've found that using the php header function doesn't hide the original link ref url (which was Myspace in my case).

    By doing so, your ref URL will be "yourdomain*com/index.php" and you will hopefully make a couple of bucks with your autoblog.

    This "method" can also be customized for ewhoring. You could send your prospects to yourdomain*com/user/profile.php?u=natasha, where profile.php redirects the user to your modified index.php page and u=natasha is just a dummy value for a dummy variable. You could also use this page to start a session and set a variable, then redirect to a similar index.php page that redirects if this session variable is set to "yes", for example.

    I hope it helps. If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free. I'm really not a php expert.

    Good luck to all!
     

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  2. Sweetfunny

    Sweetfunny Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I hit thanks for your effort, however do a search for "CPA Redirector" it's free here on the forum made by Brad. It's a plugin that does a similar thing, and you can set the dummy value per page and have any blog post as the referrer not just index and send to different offers.

    Another member (name escapes me now) made an online version:

    Code:
    http://sp00f.com/
     
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  3. noresize

    noresize Newbie

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    Haha thanks for the update. I looked around and I saw some people using iframes, others using javascript, I really thought I was a genius for a second.

    Kudos to that guy for putting it online!


    Good day to you mate.