Setting up an affiliate redirect page using HTML
One of the things all affiliates should know how to set up is a meta-refresh page for their affiliate links.
It saves you from having all your links look like affiliate links
If a program changes at some point down the road, or some affiliate product or service that is comparable but better comes along, you only have to change one page, instead of changing the hundreds of pages you could build which might link to that affiliate program.
The video (loading below) is showing you how to create these pages, and then ultimately, you can save your affiliate redirect pages in one of three ways.
1. With separate folders for each redirect, with an index.html file inside of them
2. WIth separate pages on your web site
(In the case of affiliate advice, I've set up a page here to show you a redirect to Dave Taylor's course. By the way, if you can get anything by Dave Taylor, you REALLY should. He's brilliant.)
3. With a separate URL where you keep track of all of your affiliate links.
It's possible that this is a bit confusing, so I've made a video below to show you exactly how you can set up an affiliate redirect inside of Microsoft FrontPage, and I've also given you the HTML code so that you can build your own affiliate redirect pages.
And here is the code for creating your own HTML Redirect page. Just copy and paste.