AmazingCloaker 5 has now been released. If you are a current owner of AmazingCloaker, the upgrade is free and automatic of course.
There’s a lot of improvements in AmazingCloaker 5. One of my main motivations for AC-5 was to get rid of the requirement for the Microsoft dotNet Framework. I’ve found that many people who purchased AmazingCloaker didn’t have the latest version of the dotNet Framework and it was pain to have to upgrade or install the latest version. This was automatic during the install, but could make for a long install and restarting the computer.
AmazingCloaker 5 eliminates the need for the dotNet Framework, and now for those without the Framework at all, AmazingCloaker will install, because it has been redesigned in an entirely new programming language.
It is much more streamlined in design, and uses a fraction of the resources without compromising the great features that the AmazingCloaker is known for.
One of the most powerful features that the AmazingCloaker is known for is the embedded cookie feature. You can create an embedded cookie and add it to your affiliate review or landing page. Your visitor will be cookied with your affiliate info, even if they don’t click your affiliate link.
What this means is that if they bypass your link, or simply don’t bother to check out the product, but then think about it and buy the product directly from the vendor, say a week later… You still get credit for the sale even though your link was never physically clicked.
And why not? You still took the time to put up your review page and educate the visitor on the benefits of the product, so why not receive the credit that’s due? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how quickly that these recovered conversions can add up.
Link cloaking helps keep your affiliate info hidden so that people can’t simply replace your affiliate ID with their own. This is called link hi-jacking because your affiliate link has now become their affiliate link on their own purchase. They are reimbursed the affiliate commission, allowing them to get the product at a discount, and at your expense.
Link cloaking isn’t all about security. Most readers simply won’t trust a review of a product with an affiliate link. This is because the visitor naturally assumes that the review is biased because you want them to click your link. Credibility is reduced and they may either move on, or bypass your link… just because.
A cloaked link looks natural. This is because it is pointing to a redirect page which still resides on your own website.
If you’d like to know more about how link cloaking works, it’s covered in the AmazingCloaker Help file.
You can get it here:
You can see the video of the AmazingCloaker’s features here: