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How to hide my affiliate link in e-mails?Already warned by CB

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by DiamonMike, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. DiamonMike

    DiamonMike Regular Member

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    Hello BHW.

    How to hide my affiliate links in e-mails in such a way that it doesn't give away nothing about me?About my account or anything.

    Another thing, is there a way to hide from spam traps?I mean even if i step on one can i make it that it reports my domain or something else as spam?And not my affiliate link?

    I hope what i wrote here makes sense.Thanks!
     
  2. SEOWhat

    SEOWhat Regular Member

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    divok Senior Member

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    there is no way you can hide affiliate identity . You can easily be tracked if you are mass spamming in mails . Because your cookie will be set , no matter how many cloakers you use . And it is not rocket science to trace you from the cookie , your affiliate id is also visible on the bottom of order page .
     
  4. DiamonMike

    DiamonMike Regular Member

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    But let's say it's not for CB is for another program that doesn't show the name at the bottom.
    I think i was reported by an automatic spam-trap.Can that trap find me from my cookie?
     
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    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    If you're an affiliate, the program/advertiser/network almost always need to identify you somehow by affiliate id so they can credit your sales/leads. It doesn't matter if you use iframing, cloaking, shortlinking, etc, your affiliate link shows up in the headers at some point.
     
  8. Tonygand

    Tonygand Junior Member

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    What if you create a website you could redirect them from there