Need Help for My Claok in to make it FASTER

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I have a code a software generated for (cloaking my link).
But it takes 2-3 seconds to load.

What must I change it so the loading takes 0 seconds?
Below is my code...thanks!

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1;URL=">
<body bgcolor="#E4E4E4">
<embed src="" target="_top" hidden="true" border=0 height=1 width=1>
<table width="350" border="4" cellpadding="20" cellspacing="0" bordercolor="#CCCCCC">
<td width="347"><div align="center">
<p><font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="5" color="#999999"><strong>Loading ...</strong></font></p>
<p><font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"><a href="">click here if nothing happens</a></font></p>

PS...I use FRONTPAGE 2003 btw.
#internet marketing #claok #faster #make
  • Profile picture of the author Erich
    Faster server...seriously...
    • Profile picture of the author Ben Clemons
      try making it content=0

      heres the redirect code I use

      <meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0;
  • Profile picture of the author BJ Min
    thanks Ben...did the change...seems a lil faster!
  • Profile picture of the author joblythe

    If you look at your solution then look at Ben's - which one takes longer to read through?

    You don't need all your code - and this will certainly "slow" it down.

    I don't think you will get instant redirect though, no matter what.

    Javascript may be faster??

     <script language="javascript"><!--
     ...other head section stuff (Title, Description,etc.)...
  • Profile picture of the author BJ Min
    can someone post a cloaking link for Clickbank that:
    1) FAST re-direct
    2) CLOAKS CB link (so it looks like the regular website or your website link)

    that's what i'm using..

    for example, my cloaking links go from:

    TO ===> (without the any /sadflkasjdf links next to it).

    That is the code i have for the VERY 1st post on top
    of this thread...

    but it does take slow time...

    can someone post something like above which is
    faster that all warriors here can benefit from (that is htm file)?

  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    But you DON'T want it to merely redirect fast! You want it to put your cookie in. So HERE is what must happen:

    1. They click the link.
    2. Your system responds by sending them a page to go to the link.
    3. The system goes to one clickbank site.
    4. It sends the cookie, and a page to go to the link.
    5. clickbank sends them to ANOTHER clickbank site.
    6. It sends them to the final site.

    4-6 may change or be a bit different, but it shows you how involved things are. Clickbank is just not made to be fast. 8-(

    BTW I tried several sites on a site I have. It took about 3-5 seconds(Depending on that sites complexity) to obviously end up on the target site, even though some non clickbank sites took less than 1 second. When I first wrote it, when clickbank's system DIDN'T do step 5 or 6, it took about half as long. BTW it WAS a LITTLE quicker when I used a framed site. THAT removed my own site from the picture. So most of the delay IS clickbank and the target site.

  • Profile picture of the author BJ Min
    seasoned...or anyone else (using a clickbank cloaker)

    can you paste the cloaking html code here? (that you mentioned)?

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