Clickbank Vendors: Two Simple Ways You Can Help Affiliates Protect Their Sales.

Written by John Hocking

1) How To Remove Your Affiliates Clickbank Id From The URL.

As a merchant, you can hiderepparttar clickbank affiliate id for your affiliates by creating a redirect page and pointing your default hoplink torepparttar 108391 redirect.

When some uses your hoplink,repparttar 108392 cookie will be set and they will land on your redirect page.

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This will help protect your affiliates commission and give your site a more professional appearance.

Inrepparttar 108394 code examples below, you will need to replace [ and ] with less then and greater then symbols.

Create a file called hoplink.php

Addrepparttar 108395 following code

[?php header("Location:"); exit; ?]

Upload hoplink.php torepparttar 108396 root of your domain.

Login into your clickbank account. Click to view or modify your account settings. Click to modify your account.

Under Business Info, changerepparttar 108397 url of your website to be

Click on save changes.

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2) How to Cloak Your Clickbank Vendor Id Using PHP

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Inventions, Patents and Profit

Written by Clyde Knight Jr

New Inventors

My name is Clyde Knight Jr founder of Knite Enterprises LLC. I have visited many newsletters and inventor resource websites where I found and read many interesting and informative articles. These web sites covered areas of inventing dealing with everything from creating and developing your ideas to selectingrepparttar right self-help resources.

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