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How to use blogger redirect?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by hcoleman, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. hcoleman

    hcoleman Newbie

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    would like to know how I can you blogger redirect for my affiliate program

    thanks
     
  2. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    use a java script redirect, the simplest way.
     
  3. nova

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    Code:
    <script language="javascript">
    document.location='YOUR AFFILIATE LINK HERE';
    </script>
    Add this to the template before the </head> tag.
    Also note you need to revert to the classic mode with the template or youll get an XML error
     
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    Awesome post nova! Totally ingenius! +rep
     
  5. hcoleman

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    Thanks man
     
  6. TFGreen

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    Fantastic. You guys always come through. This is my favorite forum.
     
  7. Smitty

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    Thats where that fuuuuuukn error is comnig from. Gees thanks a bunch Nova.

    Let me ask you this. How will this look from an affiliate standpoint? Will they see the traffic coming from blogger.com (if using that) or the site the click originated from.

    Hope that makes sense.
     
  8. freudianslip27

    freudianslip27 Junior Member

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    I was wondering this too, is this okay? I thought that with a redirect, they could still see where it originally came from?

    What I setup was this:

    Give people the blogger link, which redirects using the method described above and send people to a website I own, which then has a redirect to the actual affiliate offer.

    What would a CPA network see from this, can anyone share?
     
  9. The OA

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    In ur case (frm the previous post), it will appear that it is coming from the blogger site, which will then send it 2 the merchant page.

    is this what u r looking 2 have happen?


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    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    What happens if they decide to check up on your blogger blog and notice that it's just a redirect. Are they usually OK with this?
     
  11. Smitty

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    Yah OA that's what I want, thanks.

    However essential brings up a good point.

    Anyone had experience with them snoopin?
     
  12. Yukinari84

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    I have had Blogger blogs that i used for redirecting deleted by Blogger. they will usually delete them if they catch you doing this. i have found that if you are going to use a blog for redirecting to your affiliate offer, instead of redirecting the blogger blog from the get go, just make a few posts for 1-3 days. in my experimenting, i have found that blogger seems to review your blog in the first few days. they don't have to be great posts. doing this for a couple days has drastically increased the life of my re-directed blogger blogs. hope that helps some.
     
  13. idenguy

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    Another of the helpful tricks that have made me happy to have stumbled upon this place.

    I am psyched.

    Thanks.. and rep : )
     
  14. huahua

    huahua Newbie

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    Yes, I have the same bad experience, many of my blogger blog deleted on a matter a day after redirecting to my affiliate /main site.
    How abuout randomly create pop up new window of your affiliate site...
     
  15. gergdawg

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    What is the advantage of the timed redirect?
     
  16. miroxy

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    OK, if I do timed redirect what will happened?

    First question of all is "how do they check blogger pages?"
    If we know how they check pages we will know how to exploit, otherwise we just may pray to survive next day.

    Personally, I noticed that people from google are visiting sites in person not just crawl with spiders.
    So, what will happened when they will be redirected after 20 sec? What so you think?
    :)
     
  17. Yukinari84

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    a timed redirect means exactly what the name implies. the viewer will be re-directed to the site of your choice in the time that you set.

    yes, some people from blogger do check blogs manually. blogs will be deleted. that is just something that you will have to deal with. if you plan on using a re-directed blog, it will eventually be deleted most likely. just make a new one. just try to fly under the radar as much as you can. for example, dont have 20 re-redirect blogs under one account. and dont ever have your good money blogs and junk blogs in the same account. taking necessary precautions will minimize the damage if you happen to be deleted from blogger.
     
  18. coastbay

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    I was just going to ask, if we can use a "metatag refresh" redirect on the classic blogger template.

    We could put some contents on the redirect page, and set the timer to 15 or 20 seconds. That way it does not become a blatant redirect that Blogger frowns upon.

    Also if we have 2 to 3 posts already made, this redirect post hopefully may not attract Blogger's delete.

    Thanks for sharing, everybody!
     
  19. nova

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    The site you are redirecing to cannot detect where the traffic came from as a javascript redirect doesn't pass on the http-referer header.

    So if you are using this to send traffic to a CPA offer and are worried that they'll catch you then, don't worry :p

    If blogger however finds out that you are redirecting then they delete your blogger account.... but then again its black hat right ;)


    http://quickcashtactics.com/​
     
  20. rushi

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