How can I hide my affiliate link?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by jnoa, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. jnoa

    jnoa New Member

    I seen that many affiliates links look like a keyword or a sentence, something like that. For example it doesn't look like this


    so long. How do they do that. Also, I still can figure out how to do my signature.
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    You can use link cloaking software or just enter the HTML code to create a text link - Clickbank will generate a keyword link for you when you generate the affiliate code.

    Here is the code for your signature:

    Enter Your Text Here

    Just replace the with []

    [Post edited - Admin]
  3. jnoa

    jnoa New Member

    Thank you.

    I was using a code similar to that one but it didn't seem to work. I'll try your suggestion.
  4. jnoa

    jnoa New Member

    Is squidoo lens like your website. Sorry about this question I just open a squidoo lens yesterday. Still working on it, but really not sure how it works.

    I know some questions may sound a little strange (dumb). It's just that i'm really new to this and mostly what I know about the Internet is how to use my e-mail. At least I'm an great typist. (transcripcionist). Hope that helps me with something.
  5. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    Yes, Squidoo is like a website. Newbie Shield is pretty good with Squidoo - also, there is a section on Squidoo here if you have questions about how to use it:

  6. cupbucket

    cupbucket New Member

    This is one code you can use

    Word Or Phrase To Become Link

    if that one doesn't work then use this one. I had to put one space in the code below after "url". Dont put in that space. I had to do it otherwise the forum would have translated to code into a link and you would have only been able to see a link entitled "Word Or Phrase To Become Link"

    [url =http://YourSite]Word Or Phrase To Become Link[/url]

    The second one is for forums usually and the first one seems to be for everything else. Just my experience.


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