To Avoid Losing Thousands in Stolen
From the Computer
of Jimmy D. Brown
I'm appalled. There, I said it. I'm upset about a new trend of affiliate theft that is growing by the minute online.
And, if you'll indulge me just five minutes of your time, I'm going to explain how YOU can avoid being ripped off by affiliate theft artists.
Play a little game with me. Let's suppose you are promoting the Free Advertising System through your assigned Clickbank "hop" link below...
You spend $125.00 for a solo mailing to a large web marketing list and you wait for the orders to start pouring in.
And they do. Because the Free Advertising System is a hot-seller. And you make a profit.
But, what if you could see behind-the-scenes? What would you see? What you'd see are other sales coming in for the Free Advertising System from members of that same list...
...but with THEIR affiliate name inserted, and THEM earning the commission!
Anyone who knows how the Clickbank affiliate tracking system works, can easily hijack your commissions by inserting their link into the one you placed in the ad. Watch closely...
Let's assume your nickname is "topaffiliate". You publish this ad...
Discover how to advertise any product or service on a ZERO-dollar budget. The Free Advertising System shows you how to get thousands of other folks promoting your product or service for you...and never spend another penny on advertising again. Visit http://hop.clickbank.net/?yournickname/nocost for all the details.
Now, there will be many interested folks who'll simply click on the link and visit the site and place their order. But, there will also be folks who see that Clickbank link and will simply insert their link into its place...
See how easy it is to "steal" from YOU. Anyone who knows the system can easily insert THEIR link in place of yours and swipe your commission.
But, that's not all...
If You Are Using A Redirect,
For quite a while now, folks have been using "redirect" links to avoid posting the obvious Clickbank "hop" link in any kind of advertising...
will automatically redirect anyone clicking onto it over to Terry Dean's
Netbreakthroughs site through my affiliate link.
These redirect links are easy to setup, and are especially good for advertising purposes. But, they don't solve the problem.
Let's use the 7 Day eBook example above. When you click on the redirect link that I mentioned, guess what happens. You arrive at Jim Edwards site and the browser link looks like this...
Even though it's not my affiliate link itself, the main ingredients for the link are right there in plain view. Again, anyone knowing the system realizes that "thevault" is the referring affiliate and "7dayebook" is the account name for the product vendor.
So, they get their template out and plug things in...
They simply insert this link into their browser and arrive back at the same site...
...this time through THEIR referral and not mine!
Anyone who knows the system can easily make the switch.
But, not anymore...
Defender CLOAKS Your Affiliate
Here's where it comes to a stop! Here's where you fight back and say "no more!" You work hard to generate clicks to your affiliate link. Too hard to let even one sale slip through the cracks.
So, instead of letting someone rip you off by stealing your commission, you're going to begin using Affiliate Defender to HIDE your affiliate links!
Affiliate Defender offers...
This Product And Keep Every Penny You Earn With Free Master Reprint Rights
When you order Affiliate Defender, you have a MASTER reprint rights license to sell the product, or give it away. You can include it in a membership site, bundle it in a package, give it away to visitors at your website, offer it to get new subscribers to your ezine -- whatever you want to do with it!
Order today before your competition does!
you much success online,