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    Link Anonymizer tool online?
    Does anyone know of a website offering a Link Anonymizer online where I could put in a web address and it would anonmize it - with a "unique" domain each time??

    Something that doesn't involves scripts or coding - that is just copy and past simple??

    Thanks in advance!

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    like tinyrul.com?

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    I think that is http://tinyurl.com but some links won't work right, some links require a pixel - it all depends on the network so check before you do a whole site that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newestuser
    like tinyrul.com?
    Yes like tinyurl - except where the name of the domain actually changes randomly.

    Or is there an online tool that will simply encrypt a complete address link automatically - kind of like the way CJ will let you encrypt a link??

    For instance:

    http://www.bluewidgets/toytruck

    But the whole thing encrypted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2busy
    I think that is http://tinyurl.com but some links won't work right, some links require a pixel - it all depends on the network so check before you do a whole site that way.
    Pixel?

    Do ebay/cj links require pixels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2busy
    I think that is http://tinyurl.com but some links won't work right, some links require a pixel - it all depends on the network so check before you do a whole site that way.
    Who requires pixels? I never include them for anybody.

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    Tracking pixels are figured into cj's 'performance reports', but sales should track fine without them. As far as random domain links, I don't know, you could register a few domains such as djoejisoxifeo .com and redirect your links thru them.
    And of course, you can always hide or alter the displayed link using javascript.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simcat
    And of course, you can always hide or alter the displayed link using javascript.
    I don't recommend this, might make visitors think you're up to something sneaky. Better to use server-side redirects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoColts
    Does anyone know of a website offering a Link Anonymizer online where I could put in a web address and it would anonmize it - with a "unique" domain each time??

    Something that doesn't involves scripts or coding - that is just copy and past simple??

    Thanks in advance!
    Try link.anonymity.com, just enter the URL and select the "encoding" option, then when you click the button you get something like this back:
    http://anonymity.com/?aHR0cDovL3d3dy53aWtpcGVkaWEub3Jn
    but it also works in the format of
    http://anonymity.com/aHR0cDovL3d3dy53aWtpcGVkaWEub3Jn
    (without the ? for static URLs if that is needed)

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