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Adscend Media - Incentive Content Lock

Discussion in 'CPA' started by CyberGlitch, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. CyberGlitch

    CyberGlitch Junior Member

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    I've been meaning to give CPA a try and add that to my arsenal of projects. I've already gotten approved by Adscend Media and starting to get my website up and running.

    Now, I'm going to be content locking different types of content. Some of the sites will be legit content and some will be fake content, watch this movie but it's really just a youtube trailer or something like that. I assume so but want to verify. Networks basically see content locking as incentive right?

    With that said am I going to need to fake the referral? Is it "enough" to pass it through a URL shortener or would it be better to setup a mirror site with no locking and setup a script to pass the link through this site and then to the offers? That way I'm faking the referrer. I've got experience with this when I was cookie stuffing eBay and Amazon years ago. I miss those days, :( I was raking it in. Now hoping I can get my feet wet with CPA and make as much as I was doing that.
     
  2. tchashow

    tchashow Power Member

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    You can use adscend media for content locking but u can't lock fake or copyrighted content. (In their TOS) So you will need to fake the referrer if you plan on doing that.

    I'm not too familiar with faking the referrer but I don't think passing it thru a url shortener will work. Second option sounds better.
     
  3. CyberGlitch

    CyberGlitch Junior Member

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    If I use url shortening it would be my own private url shortener. So I can set that up however I wanted to fake the referrer. I'm just wondering if the networks would flag it if everything came through the shortener.
     
  4. Jeremy_AM

    Jeremy_AM Regular Member

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    We'd catch and ban you eventually. Use real, legal content man, it's not hard :p
     
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    are you an am on that network ?
     
  6. senior

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    I was just about to tell him that. lol. To say Jeremy is an am would be selling him a little short.
     
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  8. CyberGlitch

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    The first few sites I have in mind are all legit. I just added that extra question in there based off a different method I just read earlier this morning and figured would add it with my other question. I prefer to do legit content because there is a fine line between black hat and fraud. Besides legit content gets return visitors if it's good content.