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do I need a domain for each link?
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msg:4403100
 5:53 am on Jan 3, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi New to affiliate linking,
Just wanting to know the concept and weather.

once i got an affiliate link say one for cakes hrew commision junction. the part in quotes "(can i promote this on other sites) "

and its "http://www.(partofcodehere).com/(click-codenumberhere)"

Once I have this code which is obviously linked to my website.

To promote my link on other sites blogs ect.

Do I have to createa new sub domain say i have a site

http:thebestevercakes.com

Do I have to add a new subdomain to link to this link somehow to get the recognition from commision junction that its my click.

My basic question is do i need a seperate domain for each linnk.

IF that makes sense, basically not only advertise on my site but can put it on blogs

and have that "http" " reference link and spred it around blogs and Its still linked to me ect?

Sorry If sound silly but new to it all lol :)

also is it just the part inside quotes i need to promote or do i need the arrows inbetween the links to?

target="_top">

also do i need this target top part ? I'm assuming i just need the reference part thats in quotes when tested on a browser it goes to the cake shop.

? Its all linked to me and I get paid even though I'm promoting this link on another blog.

Do I need a bunch of add on domains to connect redirect to?
from my bestcakesever.com/bestcakes

Do I need a add on domain for each new site I put links on?

Thanks for help in advance.

 

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