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    Affiliate Manager
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    November 18th, 2010
    creating two separate product pages
    Hello all. I am a merchant, and y website has large traffic from non-affiliate traffic sources. I am starting up an affiliate program for my product.

    My questions is, how can I set up two different product pages, so that traffic driven from my affiliate network sees one and my other traffic sees another?

    I am asking because if I only have my clickbank affiliate payment system on my product page, then I end up paying clickbank commission on "all" of my sales, including the ones not derived from them.

    I checked with clickbank and they said it is legal for me to do this, but I just don't know how.

    Does anyone out there know?

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    Super Dawg Member Phil Kaufman aka AffiliateHound's Avatar
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    West Covina, CA
    Two separate urls.

    But you need to change your text for the second page - duplicate content search engine penalties could be very detrimental to any natural SERPs

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    Thanks for responding. Yes I am well aware of this. That's not at all what I'm asking about though...

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