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January 1st, 2007, 05:08 PM #1
Help Needed Please
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- January 1st, 2007
I would like some help guys please
I HAVE WRITTEN AN EBOOK. WHAT I WANT TO KNOW IS HOW TO HIDE MY AFFILATE LINKS. THE BOOK HAS BEEN WRITTEN AS A .PDF DOCUMENT
THANK YOU IN ADVANCED FOR ANY HELP
January 1st, 2007, 09:39 PM #2
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- May 31st, 2006
- Houston TX
January 2nd, 2007, 02:13 AM #3
You'll want to "cloak" your links. And you'll need to use your website to do it.
Jeremy Palmer of QuitYourDayJob.com has a good tutorial on it at http://www.screencast.com/users/Jere...f-14d4dff3e42d ... You can ignore the last 5 mins of the tutorial if you want, because you won't be adding those links to HTML pages.
In his examples, the redirect link on his site have the form http://www.domain.com/affiliate-site.php. That looks fine on a website, but in an ebook it would be better to not have the .php extension. So what you can do is to create an affiliate-site folder and put an index.php file in their with the PHP redirect code. That way, you can use the link format http://www.domain.com/affiliate-site (and no .php extension).
Also, instead of putting the redirect files/folders in the root of your website, you might want to create a subfolder just for the redirects. So if you create a "recommends" folder for that, the links could be something like http://www.domain.com/recommends/affiliate-site