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Rebrander Question


 
zoober It has taken me 4 hours to figure out how to get the rebrander to work!  I do still have a question though.

I am using for example:
<A HREF=[={myurl}] TARGET=_blank>Click here to subscribe today!</A>

so it will change to the affiliate's link as long as they change it.  I am just wondering if there is something I can add inside the brackets to make it default back to my own URL if an affiliate doesn't change it  If they didn't put in their url or if they did it wrong, the link would be broken.

Just to make sure.... the book I give to my affiliates will have links in it that don't work until they are rebranded Is this right or is there a way around it?

Thanks,

Marsha


Posted on: 5:13 pm on April 5, 2002
EBookCompiler I would say depending on the format of these URLs make them link to a fixed URL (say on your site) and vary only the affiliate id.

In other words

If Fred is supposed to link tohttp://www.yoursite.com/somescript.cgi?fred

And Bob is supposed to link to
http://www.yoursite.com/somescript.cgi?bob

Make the rebrander code look like this

http://www.yoursite.com/somescript.cgi?[={affiliateid}]

As somescript.cgi is a script on your site, then you can check if there is a valid affiliate id in the parameter.  If there is, you're set.  If there's isn't just jump to the correct page under your id.


Posted on: 11:32 pm on April 5, 2002

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