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Is there is a way to control what content is showing in an affiliate web page?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Mel9000, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. Mel9000

    Mel9000 Newbie

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    Is there is a way to make like a scraper to an affiliate link so that the text a the side that says" your going to be billed $xx.xx amount, this is not a trial" does not appear.

    The affiliate is bi*g*cli*c*k*s

    Im also thinking that people go to that link about the affiliate offer the mentioned in the text that because there so many traffic, but no sales (unless they pay if the person go to the links that appear on that other page)

    I would like for the people to click on my link and being transported on a scraper site so the only thing their seeing is the form, the buttons, pictures, ect. But not that text, which is at regular size on the side of the screen that is next a big picture.

    By them landing on the landing page, so that my affiliate traffic and sales counts, but the viewer is seeing an alternate page, and the info is relayed to the landing page, without the viewer seeing the mentioned text?

    Or maybe using software to obfuscate that text on the webpage. If it can be done, which software?

    Or is there is a way to implant a suggestion to people that this text does not apply to this case, occasion or something like that.

    By the way, People put name, email on the first page, when they go to the next screen to put the credit card info, they don't want to put anything. People think its just name, email password to be registered.

    Any suggestions? Or maybe there have been are sales, but they are not accounting them on the table.
     
  2. Mel9000

    Mel9000 Newbie

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    Well since no one answers I will answer as best as I can:

    Well, there are software that does what it's called iframe, since im not familiar with the what that software might do I will give my best shot, iframe its said to make something along the lines of what you seek.

    It may not be possible to modify a web page assigned to your affiliate number, but maybe someone else can answer that.

    About the people don't wanting to register, yes people may not want to fully register, it may require better convincing or a change of method.

    About the implating suggestion, yes it may be possible to do so, but I better wait for the answer from someone who is an expert in that field.
     
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