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Clickbank in iframe?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Gecker, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. Gecker

    Gecker Registered Member

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    Hello

    i have one small question. can i show the landing page from the supplier with my hop link in an i frame on my website?

    regards

    gecker
     
  2. bartono

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    why not? sure
     
  3. Gecker

    Gecker Registered Member

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    so why should i build an wordpress template or anything else if i can use the already seo optimized sellers page?
    sorry for these question but i am new in this market.
     
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    scraper1 Regular Member

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    You can make your own custom optimized Landing Page for "Humans". The seller's pages could be optimized for SEO and bots but not for humans. Regarding your first question, check this out:
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    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/38507-creating-iframe-cpa-offer.html
     
  5. Omar08

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    Yes, you can. I don't see any problem about it.
     
  6. orzyman

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    yea but the hop link will only show the link to the landing page but the question is how to embed the whole page into your page
     
  7. Roberto M

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    According to Clickbank, you can't do this.

    I'm too new to be able to post links but it's on their "All about hoplinks" page and they say "some affiliates attempt to hide their HopLinks by having them open into other types of sub-window objects, such as frames, iframes, layers, applets, or images. These types of HopLinks are considered invalid, and can result in lost affiliate referral credit."
     
  8. John4k

    John4k Newbie

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    You can use a domain name setup a stealth redirect from your hosting, put an iframe in a new webpage so it looks like the CB page....but google will slap you so hard...I went from page 1 to page 80. Google hates affiliates...:(
     
  9. OTrap

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    Problem with setting up an iframe like this is that their payment page has an iframe breaker that I've never seen beaten, and when it breaks your iframe, your cookie gets lost.
     
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    Instead of iframing, you could clone the site and redirect the visitors to the order page. That's a lot better than iframing. The thing is, not all vendors are cool with this.

    Also, direct linking is not good for affiliate sales. You should pre sell the offer on your landing page and then refer them to the sales page. That way you can track what's going on with your traffic, bounce rates, where your visitors are exactly coming from etc.

    Tracking is everything in affiliate marketing so I suggest you take this route for success.
     
  11. airoz

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    Tracking is everything, good advise...
     
  12. Gecker

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    thanks for your replies... i have build now an own website with some links on it to the vendor page and a little bit of optimized content. only my adsense on this page are not working...
     
  13. Roberto M

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    That doesn't put an affiliate cookie on your prospect's computer, I think? Only the vendor's sales page does that? So you'd only get paid if they buy immediately, not if they go back later?