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Can incentive offers be iframed?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by awaisuk, Mar 18, 2009.

  1. awaisuk

    awaisuk Registered Member

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    Can incentive offers be iframed?

    Is it allowed? Or is that against the rules?

    Like i have a website, and when the user comes to the site, he is shown a popup with iframe of the offer he needs to complete...

    Is that OK? (whitehat?)
     
  2. dragunov

    dragunov BANNED BANNED

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    No its not allowed by CPA networks to frame any type of offers whether incentive or otherwise...
     
  3. awaisuk

    awaisuk Registered Member

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    well can i do something so they dont find out that its iframed?
     
  4. dragunov

    dragunov BANNED BANNED

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    blank your referers
     
  5. a0rta

    a0rta Regular Member

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    There are script/programs for sale here that soleves that for you. Gump and GODcpa... Well.. At leas they where for sale for not too long time ago. Don't know if it's still possible to buy them. use the search ;)
     
  6. Arthas

    Arthas BANNED BANNED

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    just putting them in an iframe shouldn't be a problem with the networks.. putting them in an iframe for the purpose of changing or hiding elements of the offers landing page is against the rules.
     
  7. a0rta

    a0rta Regular Member

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    ;) I assume that one want to hide elements of the origin offer as soon as one mention iframe and CPA in the same scentence...
     
  8. awaisuk

    awaisuk Registered Member

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    I dont want to hide anything, i just want to put that offer in a popup iframe. So the user has to complete the offer before he can go into the site.

    is that a problem for the networks?
     
  9. rm2468

    rm2468 Registered Member

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    Anything we do is not allowed or permitted by CPA. Just don't tell, don't ask.