When you link to another website and a visitor clicks on that link, the administrator of the page that is linked to can see in their Analytics statistics the source of the user from the website or domain that was used to refer them. There are instances when you don’t want to let the other website to know where traffic is coming from.
Why do we hide referrer websites?
We’re not gonna go deep into the motives behind trying to hide the web address of the referrer. When we created this service, our goal was for protecting our affiliate-generating websites in the face of our partners and competition. Finding niches that generate leads in affiliate marketing can take time. This info needs protected to avoid other replicating it to soon and threatening your site. So, eliminating the referrer’s website was just one of the strategies employed.
This service is quick and absolutely free!
How to Use
Making use of the hide referrer service is simple as you follow the following steps:
- copy the following link: “http://iwebz365.ng/hide/?http://www.mywebsite.com“
- edit the “http://www.mywebsite.com” part with the link towards the website you are linking to and you do not want to be shown as referrer (it can be either a domain home page or a deep link / affiliate link; make sure to include the http or https as well)
- Paste the newly formatted hyperlink into a blog article on your website or other websites and every when someone clicks that link, they is redirected to the desired URL without having to transfer the referring website information