Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Wolverine22, Mar 17, 2014.
What is the best, most reliable cloaker that I can use for running facebook ads?
If you know facebook IP address that the review team uses, you could setup a simple script on your page. But understand that doing any sort of ad network cloaker are short lived campaign and will result in having your account banned.
Review teams will use proxies and other means to test your redirect to make sure you are not doing anything fishy.
here is a simple single IP redirect.
Your account can last almost forever with a professional Cloaker that is up to date constantly. Blocking traffic by IP or proxies is not enough, there are special algorithms to differentiate bad traffic from good one
Honestly, these days people seem to be struggling with FB ads for reasons other than the cloaking. Blackjack's script, NoIP, and wpCloaker all have customers using them successfully. It's more than IP addresses - it's understanding where the traffic is coming from and detecting fingerprints. But ignoring that it is also about the normal (non-cloaked) landing pages people use. I am amazed sometimes when someone shows me the normal non-cloaked landing page they want to show a spider/reviewer. It has to be able to pass inspection. If you're in a more aggressive niche it has to be able to pass multiple reviews. It doesn't matter if you build this yourself or you scrape it/use someone else's -- you have to use a legit looking lander as the normal page.
Agree with all of the above. I built my own cloaker last year, I can port it around between servers, it blocks everything that needs to be blocked and I have full control of it all.. however, the only times I've had a manual review and raised any suspicion, is when I've not taken care of my lander properly.
Create a campaign that looks believable.. and cloak it properly.. and you are laughing all the way to $$$
@adwar, what the fuck, do we have 3rd player in the house "recommending" their own product in cloaking section ?
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