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    Todd while you are here, for the benefit of those who are new or just starting to get things rolling with CJ, can you please explain how sales are tracked (real-time?) and what are "batched" and non-"batched" transactions?

    Thanks

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    Also i was just wondering if it made a difference when we go to get the html for a link when it asks if we want to hide the tracking code in link, does it matter if we say yes or no?

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    Interested as well.. thanks. -JM

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    Batched are transactions that don't show up in your stats in "real time" they are uploaded periodically, ie. once a week, ect.

    It doesn't matter whether you check yes or no on "hide tracking code". I like to hide it so when the surfer mouses over the link it looks like the link will take them directly to the site (ie www.abestweb.com as opposed to http://www.qksrv.net/click-999999-123455)

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    Commission King did a good job of answering these questions.

    Batched advertiser send transactions to CJ similar to LS and BF advertisers. You can see the dates of the most recent batches on the advertiser detail page. Most advertisers batch in a cycle (daily, every other day or weekly).

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