Creating A Redirect Page

by Nasrul Hanis · 5 comments

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Creating a redirect page is a way to attract and bring your readers or visitors to the specific page that had been determined by you earlier.

Lets see how to create and use it through some simple steps.

A redirect page is useful if you want to bring your readers to your affiliate page with a URL identical to your site. You can cloak and shorten the URL with some services such as PinURL or TinyURL, but a redirect page will make the link more identical and attractive.

There are a lot of ways to create a redirect page. Some of them are too complicated so I just show the way that I always use.

1. Determine the URL that you want to create. For example,  my affiliate URL is “http://9cb326-i-d5zdv7–prnescq63.hop.clickbank.net/” and now we want to create “http://bloggerdaily.net/blogging-to-the-bank

2. Create a new folder in your PC entitled “blogging-to-the-bank

3. Open Notepad and copy the code below into Notepad.

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=iso-8859-1″ />
<meta content=’YOUR PAGE DESCRIPTION‘ name=’description’/>
<meta content=’YOUR PAGE KEYWORDS‘ name=’keywords’/>

<title>YOUR PAGE TITLE</title>
</head>

<body>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
<!–
window.location = “THE DESTINATION URL
//–>
</script>
</body>
</html>

Modify the red-colored code. As in this case, the code will be like this :

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=iso-8859-1″ />
<meta content=’The Blueprint of A Blogging Millionaire‘ name=’description’/>
<meta content=’blogging,millionaire,bank,money,online,blueprint‘ name=’keywords’/>

<title>Blogging To The Bank v3.0</title>
</head>

<body>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
<!–
window.location = “http://9cb326-i-d5zdv7–prnescq63.hop.clickbank.net/
//–>
</script>
</body>
</html>

4. Save the code  in the folder that we had created in step 2 as a HTML file and name it index.html.

File name : index.html
Save as type : All Files

5. Upload the folder into your public_html with FTP.

6. Check the redirect page –> http://bloggerdaily.net/blogging-to-the-bank/

Original URL : http://9cb326-i-d5zdv7–prnescq63.hop.clickbank.net/
Redirect URL : http://bloggerdaily.net/blogging-to-the-bank/

If it doesn’t work, start again from the step 2.

7. Done! You can now use the redirect page URL in your post.

Additional Tips
– Create an interesting and relevant URL so the readers will be attracted to click it. You can disguise the url so it looks like your previous post.

– Use subdomain if you want to strengthen the URL and make it looks like standalone. You can do this through Cpanel > Domains > Subdomains.

– Submit the URL to the search engine directories for better results. This is where the ‘description’ and ‘keyword’ in the script play important roles. I prefer to use subdomain for this step. You can submit the URL fast and easy here.

If you have any opinion or I did any mistake, feel free to say your words below =)

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

blinkky

Thanks for the tutorial. I didn’t know about this method

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techguide1

nice information 🙂

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Jijo Sunny

Great guide. Thanks for the information.

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vikas bhatt

Good Work Your Articles Are good—-www.vbv2.tk

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Sports Floors

Is this technique supposed to automatically redirect the page, or is it supposed to be a custom 404 page? The redirect page that we are supposed to check doesn’t work…it goes to a traditional 404 error page.

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