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Affiliate Cookie Stuffer Tool - Affiliate Cookie Stuffing How-To Guide.

I am not sure if I did the right thing releasing this information and making the tool (cookie stuffer) availiable... Anyway, this tool allows you (the affiliate) to increase the conversion rate of your landing pages. The code generated by the affiliate cookie stuffer tool will set your affiliate cookie on the visitor's computer even if the visitor would not click through to the vendor's page. This would significantly reduce the likelihood of the commission loss thus increasing the conversion rages of your landing pages.

Do not abuse your visitors by stuffing too many cookies with the cookie stuffer tool. There is a good chance of you being caught, reported, and banned from the affiliate program you are using.

I cannot take any responsibilities for your actions. If you decide to beging stuffing affiliate cookies using this cookie stuffer tool, you assume the full reponsibility for your actions.

Generate Affiliate Cookie Stuffing Code

Here is how cookie stuffing works. You need to enter your affiliate link into the textbox and click the "Generate Code" button. The tool will generage and display the JavaScript code that you would need to add to your landing page just before the closing body tag </body>. The affiliate link must be the complete link you use to send visitors to the vendor's landing page, ex. - do not forget the http:// part.

How to test if the generated by the cookie stuffer tool code works? Well, there are two ways:

1. Clear all cookies, then visit your landing page, and then go to the product purchase page bypassing the vendor's landing page. You shold see your affiliate id on the product purchase page.

2. Open Internet Explorer and go to "Tools" and then "Internet Options". Once in "Internet Options" click on the "Privacy" tab and click the "Advanced" button. Select the "Override automatic cookie handling" check box and click the "Prompt" radio buttons for both "First-party Cookies" and "Third-party Cookies". Close all open dialogs by clicking the "OK" buttons. We just configure Internet Explorer to prompt you every time a cookie is being set on your computer. Now visit your landing page (make sure that you already added the generated JavaScript code to the page) and you shoold see a "Privacy Alert" displayed by Internet Explorer. The privacy alert will display the domain name of the site that is trying to set the cookie on your computer. The doman should be the domain of the vendor which product you are promoting with your affiliate link.

That is basically all. Good luck and once again - do not overdo it.

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