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    Question Tracking on site with no Banners/Network provided as is text links
    Tried to search for an answer but did not find the answer to my question, so here goes:

    I have created a new site that is content based. I am not using any banners on this site and all affiliate links are stored in a database so that all my visitors see is goto.htm?xxx

    Ok I know I will not get any impression stats for this site, but that ok. I know that the clicks get tracked by SAS, CJ, LS, Performics, etc...

    So because I am not using LS Tracking Pix and so on to record impressions am I running a chance on not getting sales tracked?
    Last edited by kse; May 2nd, 2008 at 07:19 AM. Reason: spelling

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    This question's been asked in many forums here and the answer's always been that that tracking URL doesn't matter so I've been taking those off for many many years! At least your clicks are being counted ... somethings fishy with mine because I'm not getting credited with the clicks I make myself when I make a lot of them just to check my links!

    Karin

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    Quote Originally Posted by KariBon
    ... somethings fishy with mine because I'm not getting credited with the clicks I make myself when I make a lot of them just to check my links!

    Karin
    Some networks only count unique clicks so only 1 click per ISP will register.
    Peace,

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