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5 second question. About question CPA network asks

Discussion in 'CPA' started by fusilli_jerry89, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. fusilli_jerry89

    fusilli_jerry89 Regular Member

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    Just a quick little question:

    I've been signing up on a bunch of CPA networks and have been asked this question several times: "Please provide the IP(s) you will be using." Are they asking for my ip address? If so, what do I say if my IP address is dynamic?

    Thanks.
     
  2. vivalafeva

    vivalafeva Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    im part of many cpa networks and Ive never had them ask me that. What networks asked you that?
     
  3. infinite22

    infinite22 Registered Member

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    I would say find your IP at my-i-p.com or some similar site and tell them...

    Or if its dynamic tell them its dynamic... simple as that

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  4. justthinking

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    I have never been asked that question either. I would tell them you have no idea what your ip is. And be extremely leery of them.
     
  5. fusilli_jerry89

    fusilli_jerry89 Regular Member

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    Well I may have left out an important detail lol. I've seen it on a few networks but specifically I see it on azoogle. I am trying to apply as an email marketer so maybe it is an email specific question? Maybe they want to know the IP's ill be using to email the emails?
     
  6. kingmob

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    Azoogle, made me give them a different IP than my own. They had my ip blacklisted somehow. I still don't know how in the hell that could have happened. I've never been flagged by any network except Amazon, but that was on a different IP.

    If you are sending in an application through a foreign IP, and apply with an intention of bringing US traffic, I could reasonably see why they would ask for your ip.
     
  7. marcus45

    marcus45 Regular Member

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    they never ask me about my ip address just.why they asking that i think they can see your ip address.
     
  8. cnwelf

    cnwelf Regular Member

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    i think you use proxy .and your information did not meet your ip
    like you sign up usa infor but your ip is can
     
  9. jake3340

    jake3340 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    They ask for IP if you tell them you are going to do email marketing.
     
  10. Gabri

    Gabri Registered Member

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    Yea and how can I know the email getresponse is using to send my newsletters?

    Thank you
     
  11. redmercury

    redmercury Registered Member

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    Ask them why they are asking. Tell them you are using your own vps
     
  12. kyrash

    kyrash Junior Member

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    Jake3340 is spot on there as i had to answer exact same question with azoogle. They ask you for your ip when you select that you will be using email to promote.

    And note that if your ip is not clean you will be denied.
     
  13. elegion

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    If I was you I'd cut right through the hassle by registering a website, a high-level domain like a .com or .net and I'd wait for their call, when they ask me how I'll run their offers I'd say, "we have a massive list of very niche specific leads geared to your offers , each of our leads are optin and we abide by the CanSpam act of bla bla year. We are focusing our campaigns on both email and zip submits. Aside from our email campaigns we have many traffic sources available and many website's in our network. We have seen great results with dating offers, and computer related offers." That should do it, and good luck.
     
  14. Realign02

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    What the hell kinda question is that? I'm surprised they would ask that.... just tell them you have a wireless air card.
     
  15. jake3340

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    You are right, azoogle ads include that question in their questioner for international users. But try tell them that you do not understand why they want your ip. Say something that you have you emails saved in a database on your hosting site and send them trough a program that you run on your pc.