A hidden page on ClickBank that encode the encrypted Hoplinks

by Astron
10 replies
So here you go:

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#clickbank #encode #encrypted #hidden #hoplinks #page
  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
    I've not used ClickBank for a number of years.

    If I decided to use the service again, what benefit would this have for me.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Jeff.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
      Oh so basically I can find the link in the format of:

      Code:
      http://affiliate.hop.clickbank.net
      Instead of:

      Code:
      http://24394d0kx2ok6sffk690jwob9.hop.clickbank.net
      Honestly, I don't see a use for this. If you want to find out the affiliate id of the person promoting the product, you can easily go to the order page and on the bottom of the page you will find:

      [affiliate = XXXXX]

      and that is true for any id encrypted or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author Astron
    Yes you can find the affiliate id on the order page, but it`s a faster way. Also, that won`t show you the Vendor`s name.. if you want to buy a CB product through your own CB hoplink you can easily do it by encrypting the link, and using it the old way:

    affiliate.VENDOR.hop.clickbank.net
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  • Profile picture of the author VOnline
    Eh.
    Nothing too much. I guess maybe the vendor name could be helpful :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Goel
    I know this has no use. But you know, think about extreme cases. Let's say your affiliate site was hacked by someone.

    You have gained access to it, but you can't confirm if the affiliate link is still yours or not. Then you may use this tool, instead of going to the affiliate page, and downloading the hacker's cookie.

    (I know I'm talking all hypothetical)

    Karan

    PS: It's not hidden. decrypt clickbank - Google Search
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    • Profile picture of the author Astron
      Originally Posted by Karan Goel View Post

      I know this has no use.

      PS: It's not hidden. decrypt clickbank - Google Search
      Yes it`s useless..for you. For me it`s a huge time saver.

      First of all I ONLY use the old type of affiliate links, couse it`s much easier to manage them for obvious reasons. And an other thing is I read a couple of warnings about (here on warriorforum as well) the encrypted links that they just do not work sometimes, they mess the links up, sometimes they end up with affiliate=none etc.

      I promote a few hundred CB products and I often change my affiliate id in the links (around 1000 links) to one of my other CB account affiliate id. ( don`t ask me why, but I have a very good reason ) The whole process takes me about 5 minutes. 5 minutes later all my earnings goes to my other CB account. I don`t need to edit any of my articles or anything, becouse the affiliate links are in separated html files for each product. I cloak the links on my own in these files.

      The thing is when you promote a lot of product you going to have a lot of affiliate links throughout your articles and you going to have a lot of problems to manage, update and keep track of them.

      Also on CB you can only create encrypted affiliate links, period, there is no tool for creating the normal affiliate.VENDOR.hop.clickbank.net way. I just showed you the way how to do it.

      PS: For me it`s hidden. Or would you show me where is a link on CB pointing to this page? You are very clever that you could Google it after I showed you, congrats.
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      • Profile picture of the author Karan Goel
        Originally Posted by Astron View Post

        Yes it`s useless..for you. For me it`s a huge time saver.

        First of all I ONLY use the old type of affiliate links, couse it`s much easier to manage them for obvious reasons. And an other thing is I read a couple of warnings about (here on warriorforum as well) the encrypted links that they just do not work sometimes, they mess the links up, sometimes they end up with affiliate=none etc.

        I promote a few hundred CB products and I often change my affiliate id in the links (around 1000 links) to one of my other CB account affiliate id. ( don`t ask me why, but I have a very good reason ) The whole process takes me about 5 minutes. 5 minutes later all my earnings goes to my other CB account. I don`t need to edit any of my articles or anything, becouse the affiliate links are in separated html files for each product. I cloak the links on my own in these files.

        The thing is when you promote a lot of product you going to have a lot of affiliate links throughout your articles and you going to have a lot of problems to manage, update and keep track of them.

        Also on CB you can only create encrypted affiliate links, period, there is no tool for creating the normal affiliate.VENDOR.hop.clickbank.net way. I just showed you the way how to do it.

        PS: For me it`s hidden. Or would you show me where is a link on CB pointing to this page? You are very clever that you could Google it after I showed you, congrats.
        You've got to chill, bro. I also just showed a use of the decoder in my previous post.

        And well, it really isn't hidden.

        See this page: All About HopLinks

        Troubleshooting Your HopLinks
        # Make sure that both your nickname and the vendor's nickname are spelled correctly in your HopLink. If you used the Marketplace to create your HopLink, ClickBank automatically enters the vendor's nickname, so you'll only need to check your nickname to make sure it's spelled correctly. If you have an encrypted HopLink, you can check to make sure both parties' nicknames are spelled correctly by using the HopShield Decoder.
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  • Profile picture of the author Astron
    Ok than it`s not hidden Bro. But that`s not the point anyway.
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