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    Question Product Linking
    Hello, I am a bit new to this. I was wondering though...

    I have thier product on my site, with a picture, I use the link they have on the shareasale thing for individual products, and I link to that with the picture and the description. But it brings the person to thier site to buy it. Can I link an individual product, and have them purchase it from them like that, but keep it on my site? Because then it leaves the person no reason to be on my site...So how do I link those individual products like that?

    Thanks.

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    " no reason to be on my site..."

    The fact that the merchant is the source/seller of the product is the reason why you should wish to get them off of your site, and through the merchant's shopping cart.
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    ah. But if my site is a shop as well Is there a way to make it seem like its still coming from me? Because I might have some of my own products as well?

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    A way for them to not totally leave your site is to have the link open in a new browser window.

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    I removed the link to your shop, you can get the info you need without possibly spamming the board. That may not have been your intention, but with only 2 posts it looks a bit suspicious....

    And yes, the answer is to open the links in a new window, as an affiliate you don't want people to think they are buying from you, that is misleading. The value you add to get people to come to your site to shop is that you present products that they might not have found on their own.
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    Ah, ok. Thanks. Yes that wasn't my intention I was just showing my shop as an example of what I meant, its alright. Ok though, thanks for the advice, I get it now. Im using frames though, so ill just have it open up, and keep my frame menu on the side, that should work. Thanks though.

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    nice nick name @ bringdownthesystem
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