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Postby » pezimus » December 29th, 2012, 5:11 pm | #1 of 12 |

how does every 1 post links in this forum i have tried before in diffent forums and have been frowned upon for doing what i see every 1 else able to do any tips on how to post them


          


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Postby » MOC » December 29th, 2012, 6:59 pm | #2 of 12 |

Hi and thanks for the question. I think you are talking about your signature links? After you have made 3 successful posts, you will be able to edit your signature with up to 3 signature links. When posting links in the forums, read the forum rules as affiliate links are only acceptable where it states it as so.

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Postby » pezimus » December 29th, 2012, 8:19 pm | #3 of 12 |

thank you very much for your advice im not sure if its signature links that im talking about or not still new at this how do you know if a link is a referral or a affiliate link


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Postby » genieswish » December 30th, 2012, 4:02 am | #4 of 12 |

if you are going to benefit financially from someone clicking on the link then its referral or affiliate :)

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Re: posting questions for forums

Postby » MOC » December 31st, 2012, 7:19 am | #5 of 12 |

pezimus wrote:thank you very much for your advice im not sure if its signature links that im talking about or not still new at this how do you know if a link is a referral or a affiliate link

The best service I use to check links is LongURL because they are really fast and they successfully check practically every link I Expand. I dont click on shortened links unless I check them out there first. I have just added a quick link for LongURL to the bottom of all posts. You can always follow shortened links when you are sure they are safe! 8-)
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Re: posting questions for forums

Postby » pezimus » December 31st, 2012, 8:50 am | #6 of 12 |

good information will definatly try that out i would like very much to know what you think about the the link now after i expanded it any information you have would greatly appreciated
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Postby » MOC » December 31st, 2012, 9:02 am | #7 of 12 |

Checking normal domain names will reveal redirects if they are being used. But your link is not the type of URL I was referring to. :) I meant cloaked links like bit.ly links where you cant tell the final destination.
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Postby » pezimus » December 31st, 2012, 9:03 am | #8 of 12 |

oh ok well it never hurts to be safe and not sorry


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Re: posting questions for forums

Postby » pezimus » December 31st, 2012, 9:08 am | #9 of 12 |

i am trying my best to give every 1 that views my post all the information needed to use my program and to be honest about it one of the advertising guidelines is that your not allowed to be deceptive in any way


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Postby » pezimus » January 1st, 2013, 7:32 am | #10 of 12 |

if you make a mistake in editing a post and accidently post a reply to your own post stating the exact same thing can you delete you own post either original or the accidental reply


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Postby » MOC » January 1st, 2013, 11:19 am | #11 of 12 |

No in most forums here you cannot delete your own posts. So if you double post, or have other reasons why you would like one of your own posts removed; your best option is to report your own post using the correct reporting option.

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Re: posting questions for forums

Postby » ameliadavies » November 14th, 2017, 4:00 pm | #12 of 12  Reply

Before posting, check the forum rules and guidelines. I think this will prove beneficial.


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