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Is it possible to double link an affiliate link to hide the original source?


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#1 alex282

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Posted 16 April 2018 - 00:56

I'm making a matched betting website which shows users how to take advantage of bookmakers' free bets and I'm considering becoming an affiliate with some bookmaker websites so that I would gain commission from referrals but I don't think they would approve my application because they don't like people doing this . In order to become an affiliate they will have to check my website.

 

I have checked another matched betting website to see if they are using an affiliate links I have found this.

 

 

 

The user clicks on a button on the original matched betting website (profitmaximiser) which has the link below;

 

[http://www.] nowsportsnews.co.uk/index.php/r/?redir=http://mkt.apdtrk.co...947&aff_id=1407

 

 

To me this looks like they are redirecting their customers from their matched betting website through a more innocent "sports news" website which they have created as a front, before going to the bookmaker, making the traffic source appear to come from a clean website.

 

Is it possible for me to do this on my website by creating a more bookmaker friendly website, so that to them it appears as if that is where all the traffic is coming from?


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