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Hiding my affialte

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by SilentShot, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. SilentShot

    SilentShot Regular Member

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    hey guys, quick question im going to start scrapping @cl emails from cls and useing yahoo to send emails with my proxies. i would like to know a way i can hide my affilate ids like my clickbank, cj and other ids thanks alot
     
  2. Autumn

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    You can use a short url service tinyurl or you can put your own redirects on your own domains.

    Either way you're going to run into problems: the short url services will take down the redirects once they realize you're spamming, and if you host your own redirects, your host take down your domains once they start to get spam complaints.

    There's no way you can completely hide your affiliate urls though, since the surfer eventually has to be able to go to them so you can get paid. But at least you can not mail them.
     
  3. SilentShot

    SilentShot Regular Member

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    oh okay so its a good idea not to do this then?
     
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    SilentShot Regular Member

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    Unless i used offshore hosting?
     
  5. Autumn

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    I'm not a mailer so I can't give you a good answer. I wouldn't, personally - I think there are easier ways to get money with way less heat and way less people trying to shut you down.

    To mail successfully you need both a host that will keep your sites up and a sponsor that is willing to play ball - clickbank etc will ban you if they catch you spamming, get complaints etc. That's not counting the expertise needed to get in the inbox.