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There are two main ways that I use to cloak my link.   Bitly is a free service that allows you to shrink your longer link to a shorter link.  They track all click throughs & it's very easy to use.  ClickMagick is a paid service that allows you to track every link.  They allow you to split test links & also create rotators for your team.

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Click here for Clickmagic

You can direct your visitor to ANY page just by adding the NEW domain name to the end of your Click Agent link like this. This allows cookies to be set to YOUR visitors & you can redirect them to ANY page, including YOUR own blog posts!

                                      Your “Become a Click Agent” Link is:


                                               Right-Click Here & Copy

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Paul Farmer

    I just wanted to make sure that my last order was credited. I haven't seen anything sent yet and I purchase 1000 clicks.
    I don't see the dates of purchase so I am not sure if it went through. Thank you

    1. Kit Elliott

      Hey Paul,

      Your order did start this week; Holly & Melissa will send you a traffic report & follow-up with you. Let me process your cashback right now!

      Share and Conquer,
      Kit Elliott

  2. Ernst Dittmar

    I bought the domain and I forwarded to my referral link.

    There are two ways of forwarding available:

    1. forward 2. forward with masking.

    Which one do I have to choose? Which one will work?

    Thank you in advance for your advice.

    1. Kit Elliott

      Hello Ernst,

      I would set it to #1 – Forward.

      That ensures the cookie is set when people click on your domain name or type it in their browser.

      Share and Conquer,

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