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C*P*A auto**fill?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Therookie, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    Hello

    When you join a website you fill in your info etc.

    Is there a way to bundle a good high paying CPA offer that autofills sends it off while the person joins the website???
    Hence you get paid for that.
     
  2. pcmoseley

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    what the fuck are you asking? when you sign up for websites... bundle a cpa what?
     
  3. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    YOU sign up to a website say a free one.

    This website has a secret script or something that fills in CPA offers and sends them off when the join button is clicked so the person joins the website and also the CPA offer you get paid for it.

    IS this possible to do???
    How please if so???
     
  4. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    I have been trying to figure out a way to do this. Basically have it autofilled (say zipcode based on user location from ip address) and then automatically submit. The problem is you don't have any control over the CPA offer page.

    You may want to look over at Scriptlance and see if someon over there can accomplish this
     
  5. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    Yes the problem however I would have thought blackhatters would have figured this out already.
    It would be quite heaven for many bank balances if a solution could be found.
     
  6. theadultsplayground

    theadultsplayground BANNED BANNED

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    Actually I was in the "john' reading my Power & Motoryacht magazine and I thought of a way that could work (in my own mind atleast)

    Think of the payday loan websites where you fill in your information and hit the submit button. Well that info is automatically transferred directly to a dozen other payday loan places.

    The same could be done with zip code submit autofill.

    Anyone got a mySQL DB with zip codes?
     
  7. DeskCoder

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    Have them enter their zip code and/or email on your "credible" site and then send that to all those zip submit and email submit sites.
     
  8. izm

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    ugh yea i got something similar to this...
     
  9. MaestroDelWeb

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    If you think about it there are sites that pull your email(s) from Outlook, this is very possible. Thanks for the idea. I might have to get something like this made.
     
  10. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    Hello

    Please come back to share with step by step if you work it out and even develop some software or code I am prepared to spend a little for software code for this if it works and th aff co.s not get angry.

    I need help to see how it sets up step by step.

    Many thanks
     
  11. gts6

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    will work until the cpa company looks into your landing pages to see where your getting traffic from and finds out what your doing
     
  12. quintessential

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    There is a site at www.ip2location.com that offers this. You can tweak their script to suit your needs, if you know some php. Not free, though.
     
  13. duddle

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    Some days ago i saw some pages and i had the same question like the thread starter...

    i cant remembe on the webpages name, but it was similar to this page here:

    http://www.freeipoduk.co.uk/
     
  14. jbizzle

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    the problem is the cpa networks will pull the offer when the advertiser sees that it is not backing out, zip submits and email submits need to back out to certain member value, let's say they pay $1.25 per email submit, after the users goes throuhg the incentive path, they need to generate more than $1.25, if you are below that amount, and you will be if you are using the above method, the cpa network will ask you to stop sending traffic,
     
  15. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    Thank you all for the observations.
     
  16. vishbm

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    Its very informative to read about CPA networks.
    Thanks for the comments provided.
     
  17. havokb8

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    without reading the last half of this thread, yes it is possible, and yes you are 100% assured to get banned from your CPA network for doing this, obviously you arent the first nor the 500th person to think of doing this. Edit: I suppose thats why your name is The Rookie
     
  18. MaestroDelWeb

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    Well it's like everything else, you don't make every visitor a lead and of course you hide the code. It's just like cookie stuffing although a little more technical and probably 100 times harder to implement properly without raising red flags.
     
  19. MontyzPython

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    Quote:
    "what the fuck are you asking?"

    That is the funniest thing I have seen on here in a long time.

    To answer your question, you will be shown the door if you try this with your CPA company.

    Sure you could collect zips on your legit site. If they see all the zips being entered from the same IP address, your ass is grass. Now if you could think of a way to change your IP address before entering each one, that's a different story.

    Still, you would have the problem of sending shitty traffic. In other words, when the CPA company or the advertiser sees that none of the zip traffic is converting, they will probably pull the plug on you.

    M
     
  20. MaestroDelWeb

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    I don"t know but I still think this idea can work. Doesn"t anyone remember those programs the "gurus" were selling that would pull your email address right out of outlook that would make you opt-in to lists? If you had something like this running, considering not everyone would have Outlook installed or maybe it only works on certain versions and this would create a "invisible pop-up" that would add the email harvested and click submit. It would all be done from the user"s IP not from the server IP. It probably would only work for email submits but I don"t see the plan not working. If only certain computers could be affected by this that would bring down the number of submits to an acceptable level of generated users. I"m sure there"s more to it, but it seems plausible.