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Helpful Domain Redirect trick to increase conversions

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by andre09, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. andre09

    andre09 Junior Member

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    Hi, I've been using this redirect tool for a while and it has been very helpful. If you use youtube marketing or PPC its likely that you are using a basic domain redirect to your offer. For example, you buy:

    xxxxxreview.com that redirects to your xxxxx.com offer. However, while this happens you see on the browser that everything is actually being redirected. The xxxxxreview.com becomes xxxxx.com/affiliate=xx or whatnot.

    By using Guru creations tool you can make the domain change without any changes to the address url. This makes it look like the actual site, and helps people remember your redirect address instead of the actual offer's address.

    For example, I bought belisitrial.com to redirect to a belisi landing page. If you enter it in your browser instead of belisitrial.com becoming -> belisirx.com/index (thus showing that your domain was only a redirect), it keeps the address making it look like the actual site, and I still get affiliate credit.

    This probably won't help conversions too much, but it is a useful trick to making sites look more legit. I'm sure you guys can find much more creative ways to use it.

    Anyways, here is the download link. Use the "simple cloak" feature:
    Code:
    http://www.gurucreation.com/software/dl/gcaffiliatecloaker.zip
     
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  2. xiphre

    xiphre Regular Member

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    This might come in handy for me actually. Thanks for the info!
     
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    profile Regular Member

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    thanks for the tip.. will work great for a project im working on..
     
  4. digitalpower

    digitalpower BANNED BANNED

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    I like this but I was wondering if there was any way for you to do this but not set off the IE 7 ActiveX warning?
     
  5. rzarazor25

    rzarazor25 Newbie

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    where do u copy the link it allegedly makes for you ? when i open the page it creates it doesn't say xxxxx.com in the adress bar it says c:/programfiles/gc affiliate cloaker/blahblahblah... it only says the the xxxxx.com i created in the tab of my browser
     
  6. loxy

    loxy Registered Member

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    yeah if you have dns access just set a cname for your domain and point it to the target domain
     
  7. guruslayer23

    guruslayer23 Junior Member

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    Hey thanks for this, this will come in handy :)
     
  8. SpyBoy

    SpyBoy BANNED BANNED

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    cheers for this.. looks cool
     
  9. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    i have been using this.
    <html>
    <head>
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh"
    CONTENT="0; URL=h11p://domain/">
    </head>
    </html>
    it works fine but now I want to rotate urls. any one have that code.
     
  10. fatboy99

    fatboy99 Registered Member

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    this can be done with masking a domain... full page iframe... the actual aff link is iframed and your referrer will always be your domain...

    or did i misunderstand?
     
  11. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    yea I want to have 4 urls in the redirect script and rotate them.
     
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  12. fatboy99

    fatboy99 Registered Member

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    Put that as the url index... this will send them to different links randomly...

    Code:
    <?php
    $urls = array("www.cpaoffer1.com",
                  "www.cpaoffer2.com",
    	      "www.cpaoffer3.com",
                  "www.cpaoffer4.com");
    $url = $urls[array_rand($urls)];
    header("Location: http://$url");
    ?> 
     
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  13. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    this works on all browsers?
     
  14. fatboy99

    fatboy99 Registered Member

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    should its just php
     
  15. xhpdx

    xhpdx Regular Member

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    note that this will keep the original referer

    what you can is change it to

    Code:
    <?php
    $urls = array("site1.html",
                  "site2.html",
    	      "site3.html",
                  "site4.html");
    $url = $urls[array_rand($urls)];
    header("Location: http://$url");
    ?> 
    in site1.html you have the meta refresh to cpaoffer1, site2 another meta refresh to cpaoffer2...
     
  16. The Giant Midget

    The Giant Midget Junior Member

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    if u use godaddy, they havve this option in the account manager.
     
  17. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    when i use your code the page does not redirect.

    Here is what I used before but I was told this does not work on all browsers?

    <script language="JavaScript1.2">



    var ie=document.all&&navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera")==-1
    var dom=document.getElementById&&navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera")==-1

    //Specify IFRAME display attributes
    var iframeprops='width=930 height=930 marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" hspace="0" vspace="0" frameborder="1" scrolling="yes"'

    //Specify random URLs to display inside iframe
    var randomcontent=new Array()
    randomcontent[0]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[1]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[2]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[3]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[4]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[5]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[6]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[7]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[8]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[9]="http://login.url.com/ez/"
    randomcontent[10]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[11]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[12]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[13]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[14]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[15]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[16]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[17]="http://login.url.com/ez"
    randomcontent[18]="http://login.url.com/ez"




    //No need to edit after here
    if (ie||dom)
    document.write('<iframe id="dynstuff" src="" '+iframeprops+'></iframe>')

    function random_iframe(){
    if (ie||dom){
    var iframeobj=document.getElementById? document.getElementById("dynstuff") : document.all.dynstuff
    iframeobj.src=randomcontent[Math.floor(Math.random()*randomcontent.length)]
    }
    }

    window.onload=random_iframe

    </script>
     
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  18. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    it wont let me edited my post

    SO the other thing I guess I want with this is a way to iframe the aff link.
     
  19. easyadwriter

    easyadwriter BANNED BANNED

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    what happen? No one has this type of code?
     
  20. fulcanelli

    fulcanelli Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I might be just totally new but I like the advanced cloak feature I just started but I guess that must be really helpful.

    Thank you! :)