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"A Must Have for Every Affiliate Marketer!"


"I bought Squeeze Links which was one of the best [products] ever."

- Frank
"It delivers what it promises and has ideas that might be expanded for other purposes. I haven't seen anything else like this. Thank you!"

- Lois
"Hi Brian,

I just bought ... and went through it and it is excellent."

- Hans
"What you've done with squeezelinks is amazing....

It's great!"

- Wade
"This is amazing. I was looking for something that would do this last summer when I first suspected my sites were being penalized for affiliate links. I can't wait to implement it on all of my sites.

It did take me a bit to figure out how to get it to work with Wordpress, but once I did it worked like a charm.

BTW, there are plugins out there that do the redirects for you, but they do NOT do what Squeeze Links does.

GET IT. You won't regret it! "

- Rachel
"Wow. This sounds pretty damn cool."

- Richard
"Hey guys, this really should work. He shows you how to cloak your affiliate links using Javascript. And while Google can read some basic javascript, Google can't read it the way this [method] does it. And i wouldn't worry too much about Google trying to plug "the hole" on this. 99.9% of internet marketers are not cloaking their affiliate links like this.

They are using useless plugins like GoPages (which also violates Amazon's Tos). Plugins like these are simple redirects which Google easily follows.

I know what he says in the sales letter is true because i experienced the same thing with my sites."

- The Adsense Guy
"A bit "David & Goliath" like!

Anything that'll help the little guy stand up to G & protect his/her interests, I'm down with! "

- Richard B.
"It is really great, thank you very much for your product again!"

- Pavel
"I really love what you have here."

- Rodney
"You have definitely over delivered!"

- Byron
"I am excited about using this."

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"I just purchased ... and tried on one site. It works great."

- Rob
"God bless you!"

- Justin
"OMG! This is great. I am going to make so much money!"

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Dear friend,

Are you tired of Google giving your affiliate sites the finger every time you're about to make some money?

Are you frustrated with knocking your head against the wall trying to get your Amazon and affiliate sites ranked?

Are you lying awake sleepless trying to figure out SEO so you can pay off your mountain of bills on autopilot?

If you are absolutely, freakin' sick and tired of not making any money because of Google, then this is the most important letter you will read today.

Wouldn't it be nice if Google just left you alone and picked on someone else?

I know what you're going through.

Today we're going to fight back and get those Google rankings you deserve!

That is why you need to read the rest of this letter ...



Google's War Against Affiliates


Google hates affiliates. Period.

Do you know what happens if you use an affiliate link on Adwords to a ClickBank product? INSTANT BAN.

Do you know what happens if you use your Amazon affiliate link in a YouTube video? INSTANT BAN.

Do you know what happens if you have affiliate links on your website? SPAM PENALTIES.

This is why every month more and more Internet marketers crawl back to their dead end jobs.

When we talk about SEO, affiliate links and rankings, you know what we are really talking about? MONEY!

Cold ... Hard ... Cash

SEO = FREE TRAFFIC = MONEY

When Google nukes your website and your SEO rankings tank, let's cut the B.S. and call it what it really means.

Lower rankings means less traffic. Less traffic means less clicks on how you monetize your page.

In other words ...

When Google drop-kicks your website what it really means is Google is drop-kicking your income.

Google is taking money out of your pocket. Cash you use to buy food, put a roof over your head, go to the movies, put gas in your car, etc.

SEO is a zero sum game. If you're not ranking someone else is.

The real question is:

Are you going to fight for your money?



Check This Out ...

Google Says Your Valuable Content is SPAM


The biggest lie online is that if you write valuable content you will be rewarded with traffic and search rankings.

If you believe Pinocchio Matt Cutts that content is king, then why isn't your site #1?

Content Isn't Everything If Your Links are Bad

Consider Google's "Penguin" update. If you have bad links to your website you are penalized.

As you know incoming links have absolutely nothing to do with the content on your web pages.

Same with outgoing affiliate links.

If you have affiliate links you are probably being penalized.

That is why you are not ranking as high as you should.

Did you know Google has confidential website reviewer guidelines? Those guidelines have been leaked and they prove how much Google hates affiliate websites.

Google says if your website tries to make money it is a "thin" affiliate site:

"A thin affiliate is a website that earns money from affiliate commissions. It exists only to make money."

Some people try to spin this and say Google only hates "thin" affiliate sites. The problem is Google says a "thin" site is one that has affiliate links.

"Thin Affiliates: Spammers make money when a transaction is completed after the user has clicked through to the merchant’s site from their webpages."

Duh, that is the definition of an affiliate website!

Then it gets even worse ...

In the newest guidelines Google says even websites of the highest quality are considered "spam" if they have affiliate links!

"It is also possible for a page to receive a Vital rating, and also be assigned a Spam flag. For example, if there is a sneaky redirect and the landing page is the target of the query, the page will get a Vital rating and a Spam flag."

Now get ready to be punched in the gut....


You know what Google considers a "sneaky redirect"?

An affiliate link!

In its private guidelines Google uses a Commission Junction affiliate link as an example of what a "sneaky redirect" looks like. Google also says affiliate links to Amazon, eBay, and other sites are typically spam.

Bottom line: You have proof straight from Google that even if your website has the most "vital" content on a topic you still get penalized for "spam" if you have affiliate links.




Squeeze Links is the Solution


I don't know about you, but I'm not going to just sit on my butt and watch Google nuke my bank acount.

So I set out to get myself a Google Killer. I call it Squeeze Links.

Cute name. It's my freakin' trademark.

Squeeze Links are easy to set up and I'm thrilled with the results.

For obvious legal reasons I am not going to make any income claims because every website is different, but this is what Squeeze Links have meant for me:

- Salvaged a $5000 affiliate site. It was a bad day when this personal favorite was dropped by Google. An even better day when I got it back to the top of the SERPS after changing the links.

- Justified a $2500 site I had spent a lot of time getting graphics for. This one is real interesting because I have Squeeze Links on about half the pages and regular links on the other. This is a WordPress blog. Guess which pages are getting the free traffic from Big G

- Allowed me to create a dozen, one-page affiliate websites last fall targeting a specific product. Commissions are reaching $20-$60 per day (this is a physical product where the commission per sale is only about $3) and the sky is the limit for growth.
It's awesome.


While Google is crippling others affiliate sites I start to crank them out. For me, this is a roadmap for affiliate success in the Google world.

I recently had a website that was not in the top 100 of Google for its keyword. It was D.E.A.D.

Then I made one change - I tossed my website links and replaced them with Squeeze Links.

I then forgot about the site until almost four months later I noticed traffic and affiliate commissions were pouring in.

Checking my notes I saw I had made the Squeeze Links change and did nothing else to the site.

I wish SEO changes happened overnight, but now that I have the #2 ranking (soon to be #1) I'm getting free traffic every day.


Testing on my sites has over and over shown eliminating the affiliate links results in higher Google rankings.


Here is a site where I was lucky enough to have already been testing an early version of Squeeze Links just to see what would happen.



No hit by Google! Even though some might call it a thin spam site consisting of page after page of affiliate product listings.

Here is a site that got pounded 50% in one month. A couple months later it was back to full traffic. All I did was change my affiliate links.



Here is one of my recent one page, one product sites. Just one web page and the only link is an affiliate link. How thin is that!



If you've been frustrated trying different products to make money online and can never get your fair share of free SEO traffic, it may not be the product. It may be your links.

I can't promise any results for you, and of course there may be other reasons why you site does not rank. But what have you got to lose?




Don't Be Fooled by Redirect Scripts


Using redirects, masks, "pretty links" or cloaking your affiliate links from visitors is useless against Google. The Google bot simply follows the redirect and sees the affiliate code.

When you create a redirect to make your links "pretty," all that happens is you have a nicer looking link on your website.

When you click on it your "sneaky" redirect then goes to ClickBank, or commission Junction, or Amazon, etc.

Who do you think you are fooling?

Squeeze Links are for serious marketers.

Squeeze Links are unique. They remove the link from your web page. There is no link for Google to see. No link for Google to follow.




Here's the Deal ...


* You will get the Quick Start Guide to start using this right away.

* You will see how to set up affiliate links that Google never sees.

* You will get a step-by-step walk through of EXACTLY what you need to do.

* You will get examples.

* You will get cut and paste files to make this super easy.

* You will see how to also track affiliate referrals.

* You will get Bonus Benefits, such as protecting your PageRank and a naughty trick I cannot publicly disclose.

* You will get Advanced Tips and updates for free.


Squeeze links works with regular websites and WordPress blogs. It is not a plugin.

You will need to be able to create files and upload them to your website. You will get sample files to copy and paste from.

Although you will need your own domain, with one technique this can be used with links on other sites. I just started using Squeeze Links with Facebook Fanpage links.

All for a mere $37.

A drop in the bucket compared to making your living online. Practically free since you're going to write this off your taxes. And it more than pays for itself when you get more affiliate commissions.





Now I hope you understand Squeeze Links is a unique product. You cannot get anything like it anywhere else. Please read the guarantee and there is no refund term. The guarantee ensures you are protected from Google.

You really do need to take action right now.

There are two choices you can take....

Get this incredible system for hiding your affiliate links from Google, or keep getting whacked by Google and not making any money.






P.S. - SEO is a zero sum game. Either you get the rankings, traffic and money - or someone else does.

Google hates affiliates and unless you use Squeeze Links you may not make the money you otherwise deserve.

Squeeze Links is a unique solution not available elsewhere. Don't miss out. Join Other Smart Affiliate Marketers and Get Squeeze Links Today!





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Hi Brian,

I just bought your WSO and went through it and it is excellent.

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Any demo site?
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Any demo site?
In the members area there are step-by-step instructions, examples, and web pages and files to copy and paste from. Sorry, but for various good reasons this not being publicly laid out in a demo.

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Hello,
Is there any up sells after the first purchase.

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Is there any up sells after the first purchase.

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Nope. No OTO. No upsells.

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Hello,
Is there any money back guarantee if I don't want your product after I purchase it?
If there is how long 30 days - 60 days ?

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There is a system-wide PayPal problem affecting the ordering / receipt of WSOs:

Here is the update from PayPal:

https://www.x.com/content/notificati...ns-ipns-apr-03

If you ordered and did not receive a response from WarriorPlus or access to Squeeze Links membership signup, Mike Lantz tells me everything should automatically be sent out once PayPal fixes their outage.

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Hello #2,
Is there a money back guarantee?

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Mark, not for this one. I fully guarantee my legal, tax, and business products. But there are too many scammers in the IM niche. Helping the moderators deal with other seller's WSOs consumes enough of my time.

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Given the emails I am getting it looks like PayPal has resolved its issues. If you ordered and did not receive a WarriorPlus link to get access to the Squeeze Links membership area please open a W+ support ticket.
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You Know When You Just Want To Pass An Offer But Something Inside Is Telling You,
No, No, No. I Had To Get This, The Suspense Was Killing Me . Hope It Delivers What it Says ! I'm In !!
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This is amazing. I was looking for something that would do this last summer when I first suspected my sites were being penalized for affiliate links. I can't wait to implement it on all of my sites.

It did take me a bit to figure out how to get it to work with Wordpress, but once I did it worked like a charm.

BTW, there are plugins out there that do the redirects for you, but they do NOT do what Squeeze Links does.

GET IT. You won't regret it!
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This looks interesting!

Is this a wordpress plugin?

How do you know that Google can't see these affiliate links?

I assume this works for cloaking Amazon Aff. links?

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It is not a WP plugin although I already have an initial inquiry about making one.

When I had some sites/pages drop the only change I made to them was "fixing" the affiliate links. I'm confident about this. I would say more, but you'll understand when you read the members area.

This works for any link. But affiliate links, and not just any link, are what we are concerned about.

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Does this link changing method require us to edit our sites page by page, or are there some global settings involved?
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I do not know your setup so assume page by page.

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Is this some sort of plugin or a tutorial on how to set up redirect links properly? If its a plugin, does it work equally well on static HTML sites, wordpress sites or any other platform like Joomla, Drupal etc?
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Hey,
I would like to know whether you have auto blogging thing attached with your method, because if you do have that, then it will not going to work, since big Google gonna slap those Auto Blogging junk.
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So this is different than cloaking an affiliate link?
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Is this some sort of plugin or a tutorial on how to set up redirect links properly?
It is not a plugin, although I have been approached about creating a plugin. It is not a tutorial on redirects. Google follows redirects. This is something else.

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I would like to know whether you have auto blogging thing attached with your method, because if you do have that, then it will not going to work, since big Google gonna slap those Auto Blogging junk.
No, I do not auto blog. This does work. If you auto blog or do something else Google does not like a ranking issue is because of the auto blog or the something else. If you have child porn on your site and go to jail it is because of the porn - not because you use Squeeze Links.

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So this is different than cloaking an affiliate link?
Cloakers you find online are designed to prevent a buyer or other affiliate from seeing your affiliate link until after they click. They do not prevent Google from following the redirect to find your affiliate link.

I should add that Squeeze Links do "cloak" the link from buyers and other affiliates too. Even better. When someone hovers over a Squeeze Link nothing appears in the status bar of the browser.

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I bought this and I do not like it one bit. it is useless if you have hundreds of pages/links or impossible to implement with hundreds of sites.
would like a refund but it is not available.

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Your statement that this is not available to employees of Google is kind of funny. They were probably the first buyer... as we all know they continuously and carefully monitor this forum.

Assuming that the obvious is true, won't they just immediately change their algorithm to snuff out your method? That would be one big reason that, if I had this type of esoteric information enabling me to make millions, why would I ever want to make it public to Google?
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Jonathon,

You were not met with "silence." You are in Australia and sent a message when it is night here. As you can see, this morning I have been going through questions, here and offline, answering them.

Your complaint was not that Squeeze Links have no value. It was that it will take you too long to change all your links.

Going forward you now have this technique and can change how you make new links.

Personally, if the choice is having a dead website or spending some time resurrecting it then I will spend the time if the site is valuable enough.

You also complained about changing your Adsense links. That about says it all. This has nothing to do with Adsense.

Apparently, as you say, you buy a lot of "useless" WSOs and then refund

Since you are new to the forum and have zero posts, be advised I am an attorney, am counsel for the forum, prepare the legal terms, and have helped countless Warriors over the years - often for free.

Good luck with your marketing.

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Originally Posted by J.Agnew.JD View Post

Your statement that this is not available to employees of Google is kind of funny....

Assuming that the obvious is true, won't they just immediately change their algorithm to snuff out your method?
Funny and a problem for Big G. Google would then be liable for intentional copyright infringement and breach of contract. Make my day!

As for immediately changing their algorithm, what I lay out is a possible 2-step process.

The first step will be real difficult to address because it is a technical issue. Not a ranking algorithm matter. Without going into details, if Google could see these links with a simple change they would have already done so.

You will understand better in the members area.

I don't want to talk law here, but it could also create a huge liability mess for Google for another reason.

The second step is a backup. Just in case Google finds a way to see a link, there is a backup plan. I'm not messing around.

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As a fellow attorney, I might have some disagreement about your marginal copyright infringement and breach of contract issues. And it is nice to know you have a backup plan.

But, I'll say it again, if this performs to "what is on the tin," then -- if I owned this method -- it would never enter my mind to sell it for a few bucks WSO profit, when there is all of that GOLD to be mined... Plus, it gives Google even more reason to plug this hole -- as they always do.
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Oh, I'm mining the gold. As for the offer, unlike some products there is no "competition" for me if others use it. I am also very confident about Google can and cannot do, but thanks for your concern.

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Bought this--

Hey guys, this really should work. He shows you how to cloak your affiliate links using Javascript. And while Google can read some basic javascript, Google can't read it the way this WSO does it. And i wouldn't worry too much about Google trying to plug "the hole" on this. 99.9% of internet marketers are not cloaking their affiliate links like this.

They are using useless plugins like GoPages (which also violates Amazon's Tos). Plugins like these are simple redirects which Google easily follows.

I know what he says in the sales letter is true because i experienced the same thing with my sites. I had 12 adsense sites that were ranking on the first pages of Google and 7 Amazon affiliate sites that were ranking on the first page of Google. When Google did the Panda update back in October of last year, ALL of my Amazon sites dissapeared from Google search and haven't returned to this day. But all my adsense sites remained ranked on page one of Google.

So is Google "nuking" websites with affiliate links? Very, very possible. So i'm going to use this script to fix my sites and see what happens.
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Given the emails I am getting it looks like PayPal has resolved its issues. If you ordered and did not receive a WarriorPlus link to get access to the Squeeze Links membership area please open a W+ support ticket.
I still have not received my access link. Have sent the Warrior Forum Helpdesk a ticket, based on the above post. I may have misunderstood that post. Please help.
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Please PM me your name and email address used to sign up. A transaction ID would also be helpful, but your name and email will help me "find" you. I'll then try and sort this out for you.

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I purchased and just went through this WSO. It delivers what it promises and has ideas that might be expanded for other purposes. I haven't seen anything else like this. Thank you!

For anyone contemplating purchasing, this does require being comfortable editing html, javascript and php or hiring someone to do it. It is also not currently automatic. If you have sites that have been targeted by Google, this looks like a technique that would work, not to mention cutting off thieves trying to steal your affiliate sales.

I'm anxious to try this technique out.
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Please PM me your name and email address used to sign up. A transaction ID would also be helpful, but your name and email will help me "find" you. I'll then try and sort this out for you.

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I don't have enough posts to PM. If you PM your email to me, I can email the info to you.
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Brian,

This looks like a great product and I would buy it in a NY minute, but I'm concerned about the technical aspects of installing it. Lois in #33 stated "this does require being comfortable editing html, javascript and php". I may be OK with some html, but the other two "forget about it"

Does this come with any kind of help? Or do I really need to go to someone who is technical astute?

Thanks for this product. Eagerly waiting your response...

PS: This will work on WP, correct?
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Barbara,

If you can edit an html page then you can edit the others too. Don't be put off by the names of files (javascript, php, whatever). I give you everything in simple text format to copy, edit, and paste.

I have added this page to help anyone needing general assistance in editing a text file.

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Originally Posted by kindsvater View Post

It is not a plugin, although I have been approached about creating a plugin. It is not a tutorial on redirects. Google follows redirects. This is something else.

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Thanks for your answer. Will this work with static sites and wordpress sites?
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Thanks for your answer. Will this work with static sites and wordpress sites?
Yes. It works with both.

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A very interesting development today ...

One my merchant programs just updated their affiliate reporting software and I can see the referrer and header details for every visitor from my sites. Even if no sale is made.

I have about 15 websites dedicated to this merchant.

Looking through the traffic report I see details about the visitors, and then I see a couple Googlebot entries.

What?

Turns out one website, about 3 years old, I forgot to switch to Squeeze Links. Googlebot was seeing the old, "cloaked" redirect links. I'll fix that! But clear evidence, rare evidence from the merchant's side, from all my other sites that Google is not getting any of the Squeeze Links. Not a single one.

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I would like to know more about what you offer. Would definetly like to hide affiliate links. Question, does affiliate links cloaking matter in email promos you send to your mailing?

I see some value, but need to know more.
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I've bought Squeeze link and will implement the techniques, but where exactly do I insert the javasricpt if I am using wordpress? Please PM me, tq
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Hi
Can you tell me if this is against amazon t's and c's. I am about to start on a fairly large authority type site and would love to hide the links properly but i don't want to risk my Amazon account
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Aisyah, there is a huge graphic in the members area showing exactly where to do the insertion. This is not a support forum so please feel free to use the Contact link found on every page at SqueezeLinks.com

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110ben, there is no issue with Amazon's affiliate rules.
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I had already kind of understood the 'theory' employed here but lacked the technical know-how to implement. I'm looking forward to testing this on one particular site of mine and then tracking results.
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Kindsvater -

A bit "David & Goliath" like!

Anything that'll help the little guy stand up to G & protect his/her interests, I'm down with!

Sent you a PM, too.

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It'll be easy to implement this if your links are manually created. For those who are using WPZon or ExtendAzon plugin for Amazon, is it still possible to implement the change?
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I can't get the command to work to open the link in a new window. Anyone else have that issue?

Sorry to ask here....support hasn't answered and I need to get going.
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Hello, I addressed lack of product delivery issue via the contact form on the actual sales page. Please, address as soon as possible. Thank you.
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Originally Posted by avidtech View Post

it is useless if you have hundreds of pages/links or impossible to implement with hundreds of sites.
In the members area, Advanced Tips, Tip #1 shows how to implement across an unlimited number of domains and pages. Essentially, you can set up one "control panel" for all of your affiliate links. You do need the Squeeze Links code on each site. But then when you change one affiliate link it is automatically changed across all your pages using Squeeze Links.

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