Protect Your Affiliate Commissionsby Mark Johnson Remember when you discovered the possibility of making money promoting affiliate websites? Do you remember when you discovered that you could start by creating a ClickBank (or some other) account and selecting your first program or two to promote?
I also remember what it was like to see my own affiliate nickname on my first affiliate link. I put that link in my browser and viewed it as my link and life was good because that was my link.
Later on, I saw other affiliates online promoting the same program that I was promoting. I saw another personâ€™s link in my browser and wondered â€œWhat would happen if I edited this link to look like mine?â€
So, I replaced the nickname (or affiliate id) with mine and suddenly that link became my link. Cool, huh? No!
t took a while for me to realize that I was looking at a leaking pipe. If links could be changed this easily, commissions could be hijacked by simply editing the affiliate id.
That was a problem!
The first possible solution for me was to change markets (maybe sell stuff on eBay or something). Then, I figured that if I had a leaking pipe, Iâ€™d better call a plumber.
So, I did some research on the internet and came up with a solution that Iâ€™d like to share with anyone who may have the same concerns that I have about affiliate link security.
I didnâ€™t know anything about affiliate link cloaking or security until I began to search.
But now I do.
Thereâ€™s enough revenue out there for everyone. We should never have to resort to stealing from each other!
Check out the Super Affiliate Link Manager. Iâ€™ve checked this out myself for practicality, sent and received quick email responses and even talked to the site owner on the phone.
I just wanted to share the option with you. You decide!
Protect Your Commissions!!
Have A Great Day!
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