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C*m*ission J*nc*ion

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by theadultsplayground, Mar 14, 2008.

  1. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Once in awhile my traffic stats show:
    CJNetworkQuality; http://www.cj.com/networkquality

    Anyone know what this is?
     
  2. cashcorp

    cashcorp Regular Member

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    1. What does the network quality utility do?
    The network quality utility tool searches each publisher Web site that is registered in the Commission Junction network that generates traffic to monitor compliance to the Publisher Service Agreement, specifically, Sections 1 and/or 2.2. Additionally, searches are made to monitor continued compliance to advertisers' special terms and conditions.
     
  3. blackrain010

    blackrain010 Junior Member

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    It looks like they are quality checking and compliance checking for Publisher Service Agreement on a daily basis. Bad links, cookie stuffing etc.
     
  4. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    What would happen if I blocked them from accessing my site. It's funny because on of the site that they are "scanning" I don't have any cj offers on nor have I added that website to the list in the CJ control panel
     
  5. quintessential

    quintessential Newbie

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    What about cloaking your page so that CJ gets sent to something innocuous? That way you could still cookie stuff, etc without them shutting you down...
     
  6. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Hmm thats a good idea. Now I just need to figure out how to do it. I'm currently using wordpress blog (on my own server) but don't know where to begin. Would I need the IP Address of the useragent that needs to be redirected? Anyone got a script for this i could embed in my page source?