Do you know that you could be possibly missing out on your affiliate commissions to the merciless commission pickpockets out there? If you're still not doing anything to stop this from happening, you will want to act immediately!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Here are just a few things you can do with our Free Link Cloaker Software.
Conceal your long ugly affiliate links and supercharge your click through rate by at least 200%
Protect your affiliate links and retain your hard earned commissions from being stolen by the awful affiliate thieves.
Redirect your cloaked links to any site of your choice therefore that other people will not even notice it is an affiliate link (and you will still get credited for your commissions!)
Give's you the power to bypass merchant's squeeze pages and direct your prospects immediately to their sales pages or even their order page.
Allows for you the luxury of linking to even your own sale pages that you have created or other marketing materials in the case your merchants' sales pages are of lower qualitythen your own sales pages.
Rocket your affiliate commissions and bring up you to the super affiliates status!
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