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Unread 20th October 2008, 09:30 PM   #1
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Ok really quick question how do i disguise a link?

I would like to make the link so i can say click here to go the product X

How do i make those words click able what is the html?

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Unread 20th October 2008, 09:32 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

Check out my Free Link Cloaker: http://www.affiliatenichemonster.com...-link-cloaker/

Instructions:

1) Enter the title and web address (including the http:// prefix) of the target web page.

2) Click on the Generate Cloak HTML button to generate the cloaked web page code.

3) Click anywhere in the Cloaked HTML box to select all of the text.

4) Right-click on the selected text and select "Copy" (or press CTRL-C) to copy the text to the Clipboard.

5) Paste the code into a BLANK text file, save it as "mypage.html" (or whatever you want to call it).

6) Upload the file to your web server. You're ready to go!

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

Do you want it to go on a website as hyperlink? or are you asking about cloaking or a redirect?

If your not sure google those terms. :-)

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

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Ok really quick question how do i disguise a link?

I would like to make the link so i can say click here to go the product X

How do i make those words click able what is the html?

Thank you,

- Eric
<a href="PRODUCTURL">Go to Product X</a>

Sorry, not trying to "sell" you anything! just a straight answer
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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

well i no how to cloak a link but after i cloak how do i hyperlink?

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Thank you Eric thats what i wanted,

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

First open notepad....

Paste this in:

<?php
header("Location:http://www.youraffiliateoffer.com-aka-long-@ss-url-link/?affiliateID");
php?>

Save as whateverproduct.php

Then on your site use this html:

<a href="http://yourdomain.com/whateverproduct.php">click this here</a>

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First open notepad....

Paste this in:

<?php
header("Location:http://www.youraffiliateoffer.com?affiliateID");
php?>

Save as whateverproduct.php

Then on your site use this html:

<a href="http://yourdomain.com/whateverproduct.php">click this here</a>
That won't cloak the affiliate link, it just redirects, which reveals your affiliate id...

Here's how you can hide your affiliate link and really cloak your affiliate link:

Free And Simple Affiliate Link Cloaker - AffiliateNicheMonster.com

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Thank you Eric thats what i wanted,

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

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That won't cloak the affiliate link, it just redirects, which reveals your affiliate id...

Here's how you can hide your affiliate link and really cloak your affiliate link:

Free And Simple Affiliate Link Cloaker - AffiliateNicheMonster.com
touche,

here is a frame that can work to 'on the surface' hide what you're promoting to the naked eye:


<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-us">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
<title>Welcome to ____</title>
</head>
<body>
<iframe
src ="http://youraffiliateproductdomain.com/hp/?affil=28xxxx"
width="100%" height="100%">
</iframe>
<p>Welcome to whatever...
</p>
</body>
</html>


or scratch that <p></p> part

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

To cloak a site URL to make the link shorter,you can use Tinyurl.com or Budurl.com.I have used them,and I can tell you they are good.

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Default Re: How to disguise a link please help!!!

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Why not use bit.ly? It disguises your link and tracks the click-throughs.
Great advice...but you're two years too late (original post was back in 2008). Back then, bit.ly was just a start up and their service was pretty much still in "beta" testing mode. It wasn't really until 2009 when they hit their stride and had their link shortening service functioning optimally.

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