If you have an affiliate website, you could be losing hundreds of dollars! People can easily hijack your affiliate links to get them a discount instead of earning you money. Would you rather have that money that you deserve? You need Macfilink!
Macfilink works by cloaking your affiliate link - creating a web page for you to upload to your own site, so that your customers see a page on your site, with your URL, instead of the affiliate URL - but they still see the merchant's site. They never see your affiliate link, so they can't remove your affiliate ID or change it to their own.
You don't need to know anything about HTML for it to work. You simply enter the affiliate URL, and Macfilink creates an encoded HTML page for you. You can add a heading (e.g. to link back to your site, or a banner), and other options. You can then copy the HTML, save it to disk, or even have Macfilink upload it directly to your web server!
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. What does this thing do? Wait, I'll check the user guide.
"Macfilink is very intuitive, so you can probably find out everything you need to know just by using and exploring the application." This is a serious offence against the logical rules applying to user guides. A user guide should tell you stuff. This one says "explore." Black mark.
Intuitive? No. Black mark. What, exactly does it do? The user guide should start with an explanatory note of why I need this tool and what it does. The guide should then progress to explain how to use it. Unfortunately the guide does neither.
Sorry, I wasted two hours "exploring" and am none the wiser. I simply have no idea what this tool is supposed to do, whether I should need it and, if so, how to use it.