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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by hwolfpack6, May 18, 2009.

  1. hwolfpack6

    hwolfpack6 BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,
    I have a good method using Torrents + Craigslist that I think will make me a nice amount of cash. It's a method that's been done before, but I think I can really make this convert with my own tiny spin.

    Here's the problem - I try putting in the hyperlink in Word, and it seems to work well. I can ctrl+click the word and it goes to the link (my affiliate link, of course). But, I convert it to PDF using Adobe's trial as well as something called PDF Creator, and when I click on the link, it doesn't go to the web page. Has this ever happened to anybody before, and does anybody know how to fix it?
     
  2. Geetfaux

    Geetfaux Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I'd recommend getting Nitro PDF. It may be available here but if not search a torrent site. You can add links & customize anything you like with it.


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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/22063-nitro-pdf-download.html
     
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  3. hwolfpack6

    hwolfpack6 BANNED BANNED

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    Gracias, senor. It works beautifully :).

    I'm never going back to Ado-shit Reader ever again. +rep and thanks for you.
     
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  4. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

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    why do you guys all use those sh!tty PDF "converters"?

    You dont need them if you use Word, there is a free plugin by MS called "savetopdf" where you can save right to PDF within word.

    This is also the only method where the links work.
     
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  5. gonzomcribbinz

    gonzomcribbinz Regular Member

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    For anyone that doesn't have MS Word, OpenOffice's Writer has a .pdf converter built in. Links work just fine.

    I made both of the products I first sold and then shared here in the downloads section using it (I have MS Word but old habits are hard to break).

    Here's the download threads in case someone missed 'em:

    $22,186.91 From 5 Hours Work - Dirty Secrets of Hyper-Speed Info Products

    "SCAMS! LIES! RIP-OFFS! Rake In the CASH Fighting Them ALL!"
     
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  6. platinvm

    platinvm Senior Member

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    You need office 2007 to use, I think

    A good free one that I use is cutepdf, best free one out there.
     
  7. figgity

    figgity Junior Member

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    I second the use of open office writer if you can't afford to buy (or don't feel like downloading) adobe acrobat professional and ms word 2007. actually the whole open office suite is pretty cool.
     
  8. jay101

    jay101 Regular Member

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    Ya, go with open office or you can beef it up with nitro pdf. You can also use open office's power point or presentation to make slide show articles into video for ytube, picture/article vid's etc. slapping them together with camtasia.
     
  9. onemedia

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    I also recommend open office. I always use it to create .pdfs.
     
  10. jsnoodle

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    I second using Nitro PDF. It does html links and a whole lot more. Highly Recommended!

    I'm sure you can find it here somewhere.
     
  11. sunnyblue

    sunnyblue Newbie

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    If you have Microsoft word 2007, you can either download the free plug-in or update your office to the latest SP2 version. Or you can check some free software such as google doc, open office.
     
  12. Jackalakus

    Jackalakus Junior Member

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    I had the same problem with my ebooks... You can use naunce It wurks best of all the other ones I've tried. You can secure it, password protect, disable cut paste and disable print if you want. The links convert nice. you have to pay 19 bux or somethin' like that. The trial will only convert the first 3 pages of your file to pdff
     
  13. Jcsarokin

    Jcsarokin Power Member

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    I didnt read all the comments but i personally use CUTEPDF which is free from adobe i believe.

    All you do is hit ctrl + p ( like your going to print ) and then select cutepdf and it works its magic :)
     
  14. sunnyblue

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    Yes, cutepdf is good too. There are other methods like gooledocs, openoffice. All free.
     
  15. phpfiend

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    Search on torrents for Ad*be Acr*bat 9 Pr* Open the file up or import it and save as pdf.