AmazingCloaker is not just a link cloaker, it's an affiliate suite

AmazingCloaker 6 has evolved beyond simple link cloaking. Cloaking your links is a great way to increase your affiliate conversions, but it's only part of the equation.

The top 4 reasons you get shafted
1. Link hi-jacking

People can simply copy your link, paste it into their browser and insert their own affiliate ID in place of yours. Now they get a discount on their purchase and you end up with nothing, notta, zip!

2. Bypassing Your Link Altogether

This visitor simply shaves off your affiliate ID and goes directly to the merchant site. Why would someone do this? Some people just don't want you to make anything from the referral.

3. Not capturing and keeping those hot leads for yourself.

For some reason, this is one of the most overlooked techniques.

You went to all that trouble to make a conversion, so why let them slip off into oblivion afterwards?

Obviously, if they're interested in the product, they'll be interested in more stuff. Stuff that you can offer them.

AmazingCloaker now has a built in footer capture form generator which you can use to create a non-intrusive way to get your visitors to sign up to your list before they click through on your affiliate link

Now you not only get an affiliate commission for a sale, but you are effortlessly building a valuable list of proven buyers, not just tire-kickers!

Imagine being able to generate income on demand just by sending an offer to your list.

Click here to see a sample of the Footer Side-up Capture Form

4. Spending too much on top-level domains for article marketing

Many article marketers have learned the gentle art of selling through educating, by writing informative articles that offer a review page link as a reference for the reader to click on to get more info. This of course, is your affiliate product review page.

If the article is written to provide useful information to the reader without being an obvious pitch to sell something, major article direcories such as ezineArticles.com will accept your articles which can be downloaded and reposted by other webmasters, thus generating lots of exposure for you.

For affiliate marketers, there's a hitch if you want to get published on ezineArticles. You cannot use affiliate links in your articles. But, you can link to your review page as long as it's located on a top level domain.

Here's an exerpt right from the ezineArticles editorial guidelines:

This presents a BIG PROBLEM...

If you write many articles referencing many different products, this means that you have to have a seperate website for each product to which you can link your articles. This can get real expensive, real fast!

Oh, and did I mention that other article directories are adopting the same policies? The article directories need to do this to ensure the quality of their articles, but it's just another slap to the affiliate marketer!

AmazingCloaker Has The Solution...
AmazingCloaker has a built-in URL cloaker so that you can cloak your website for the article directories.

Yep!, you heard me right, now instead of having to buy a seperate webiste for each product you promote through your articles, all you have to do is create a seperate directory on your website for each article, and use our special cloaking code in your home page.

AmazingCloaker will create a specially formatted link that you can use in your article which is fully compliant with the article directories.

Here is an example of a cloaked url for use in your article. Just click either of the links below to see the result.

Example 1: Article link for Blue Widgets:

You can find more info about Blue Widgets at http://www.declareyourday.com?blue-widgets

This cloaked url points to http://www.declareyourday.com?blue-widgets
Example 2: Article link for Red Widgets in a directory 2 levels deep (/widgets/red):

...have been so beneficial. You can click here to investigate more about the health benefits of red widgets.

This cloaked url points to http://www.declareyourday.com?widgets&red
As you can see above, the links are formatted using "?" and "&" symbols. These are the very same symbols that are typically used in tracking codes. As far as the article directory knows, this is simply a top-level domain url with a tracking variable attached!

http://nicedealssite.com/management.htm

Author's Bio: 

I have been Involved in Internet since the Beginning, and you do need to Protect Yourself online obviously. Especially your Online Business!