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    Redirection/cloacking tool - I'm loving it!
    Not sure if anyone else has any experience with this tool called FastClick (http://www.ftrsoft.com/), but I started using it for one of my sites about a week and a half ago, and suddenly there are commissions coming in, where there were none before! I guess it could be a coincidence, but I'm pretty pleased.

    Very easy to set up, and fun to see which of my links people are clicking on.

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    I will try it!

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    I don't use PHP but i will try it :wink:

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    Leary of poorly written site
    their code may work, but their site reads like its been ported into English - poorly written site and reads very choppy. Could have used some better translation.

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    where is the cloaking/redirect script? all I saw was a click counter offered.

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    Well, your links are "cloaked" in that they will read as www.yoursite.com/fclick/fclick.php?fid=xx. The only place that the true URL is recorded/stored is the fclick backend.

    And yes, the English translation is pretty poor :P

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    The only place that the true URL is recorded/stored is the fclick backend.

    With access from RUSSIA?
    ns2.localserver.ru

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    I'm not sure what you're getting at, Adam - perhaps you could elaborate?

    The backend is housed on your own host's server space (you choose the password, etc.).

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    Pretty nice program. Took me literally 30 seconds to set up. I'm going to go test it right now but if it works as easy as it did to install, I'm very pleased...

    Good find.

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    >The backend is housed on your own host's server space (you choose the password, etc.).

    So, other than your host, no third party has access to the data?

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    Not to my knowledge, no!

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