question about cloaking clickbank link

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hey guys,

What is your preference for cloaking links when it comes to clickbank.

Budurl
bit url

etc.......

Is there one that is more user friendly in terms of tracking?

thanks,
Nick
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  • w w w . k x k . m e (Sorry it says I can't post links)

    The url stays the same in the address bar, plus you can make a custom url name.
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  • or try inserting this code on one of your webpages...

    <html>
    <iframe src=http:// ****your site url****** width=100% noborder height=100% no scroll>
    </html>

    That way, you can just use your own webpage without any redirects. It's a very handy trick.

    If you like it, thank me below clicking the button (i'm new, so a few thanks would be helpful)

    ****edit*****

    just to let you know, type in the address you want to cloak where it says your site url

    Peace out!
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    If you have Wordpress, Pretty Links is effective.
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    • Profile picture of the author wfforum1
      How can one convert a typical click bank hoplink to a short user friendly link, especially if one does have a site or domain of there own but refers customers to affiliate sites
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  • Hi Nicholas, what do you want to do?

    Do you just want a short link or do you want to have statistics, add list building tools, exit pop ups etc.?

    If you PM me I can get more details to you which will help if you are looking at marketing as an affiliate.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by NicholasCarter View Post

    What is your preference for cloaking links when it comes to clickbank.

    Budurl
    bit url
    Certainly not.

    The best URL shortening service to track click-throughs is any one that you own and control yourself.

    To put it mildly, it's not sensible at all to rely on the continued availability, goodwill, reliability and changeable terms of service of any third-party URL-shortening service.

    There were a few hundred Warriors here last year who would have told you the same (and in fact did) when all their Tinyurl links suddenly disappeared overnight.

    And if anyone tells you that "bit.ly's not going anywhere", and "has good customer service", just invite them to read this recent post on Ben Metcalfe's blog: The .ly domain space to be considered unsafe | :Ben Metcalfe Blog.

    For $5 you can go to Fiverr and have someone install your own cloaker/tracker on your own hosting, even if you don't know how to do it yourself. Be in control of your own business and not dependent on unnecessary third-party services you can't control!
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    • Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Certainly not.

      Be in control of your own business and not dependent on unnecessary third-party services you can't control!
      That could be contrued as mis leading advice, you can't say that for every area of your online business. Unless you are a huge company with your own hosting for example it's simply not feasible.

      I have a short url service which has been in buisness for over 6 years. Its properly financed by have paid options so its not about to go out of business.

      Plus the tools we provide would take many thousands of $s to develpop which won't again be feasilble for the novice marketer.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by Internet_Corporation View Post

        Unless you are a huge company with your own hosting for example it's simply not feasible.
        That's why I so carefully included the word "unnecessary" in what I posted, to acknowledge that sometimes one can't avoid it (though obviously one can in this case).

        Originally Posted by Internet_Corporation View Post

        the tools we provide would take many thousands of to develpop
        I wish you every success promoting them.
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