Okay, so I plan on purchasing a .com domain (maybe .info) from Namecheap and then hosting it on my HostGator account so I can cloak my affiliate links. However, the website itself will not be searched in engines or anything like that because there's no pages. For example, let's say I purchased a general domain like "number1products.com" or something like that and I decided to promote weight loss advice, nail care, and skin care. Each one of those will have it's own sub-domain so the URL will look like number1products.com/weightloss, number1products.com/nailcare, and number1products.com/skincare. However, the actual website itself won't really exist, I will only be using the sub-domains as 301 re-directs to my affiliate link so if I typed in "number1products.com" there won't be anything there I think. I'm not really sure how these re-directs work since I'm new to websites and internet marketing but I thought about doing this since I don't want to purchase a unique .info for each product. Is this possible or even a good idea in general?