06 Jul 06
18 Sep 06 8:55 am
Another way is to have a page on your own web site that when you advertise it will go to the affilliate website. (and if that website is worth anything), it will hide the affiliate code when it opens up. Affilorama is a great example of this.
So create a page that you advertise like this
is your domain name you own help
is a folder that stores all your affiliate pages on your site
is the name of the page.
Unfortunately some web sites do not hide the url like affilorama does so when the final (or site you are sending people to) site is loaded, there is the affiliate url on the web address.
If you still dont understand, let me know and I will set up a dummy page for you to look at.
Once I get a reply from Mark about another small script I am testing then I will provise this script for anyone who wants it, Just PM me for it.
this small script doesnt even require you to make a page..
UPDATE. I was just reading another post http://www.affilorama.com/members/forum ... c.php?t=23
and Nick suggest something similar to what I have. So using his is simple.
My script, I can use as an html file so doesnt have to be php.