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Content Lock Pro with Blogspot - Is it compatible?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by IMpossible, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. IMpossible

    IMpossible Supreme Member

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    Hey guys, I want to use CLP with blogspot. Are there any issues? Does blogspot have all the requirements to install CLP?
     
  2. nqlong1986

    nqlong1986 Newbie

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    blogspot wont accept CLP. Your blog will be deleted
     
  3. IMpossible

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    and what if I do it "onclick", using a "Download Now" button?
     
  4. easycash27

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    Yes, my experience with blogspot is the same that nqlong1986, sooner or later it will be deleted, so I wouldn´t waste my time with them.
     
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    you will need to learn how to protect your content locked blog , it is easy .

    if i could have time then i will have written it .

    but you can use link lockers [ they are also good ] .
     
  6. IMpossible

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    Looking forward to hear from you soon, bro. :)
     
  7. Asgardian

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    You won't have any problems, I was running CLP with sub-domain, not with the blogger but with another one... If you don't want to use blogger there are plenty of other platforms which you can use, weebly, webs, etc.. :)
     
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    CLP lockers don't get blogs deleted ..
     
  9. umerjutt00

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    First you will need a domain and hosting to host your CLP. Once setup you can use it on blogspot blog but there is always a possibility of your blog getting deleted. Use it at your own risk.
    *I have seen some people using the CLP on blogger blogs successfully*.
     
  10. parepare

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    I locked hundreds of blogspot blogs with CLP. Never had any problems. My blogs get deleted when I use other lockers though. Just make sure you place the code right and you should be fine.
     
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    It will only get deleted if people start to report your blog. I used to use blogging sites with content lockers. It was fine for about 2 weeks. It got deleted as people reported my blog a lot because I was in the fake Cracks/Hacks Niche.

    So if you are in that niche then it will eventually get deleted. As many people report these sites, when the blogging site sees you have a content locker they will delete your site and ban your account.
     
  12. Major Key

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    Report = ban. But if people won't report, you can survive.
     
  13. 420lounge

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    better off going self hosted with a domain so you dont get deleted.
     
  14. Poorkid

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    Your blog won't be deleted unless it is reported
     
  15. parepare

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    If you plan to use fake content, remove the Navbar from your blog. They can still report you other way, but most people won't know how or bother anyway. I have several blogs in fake niches that are 1yr+ old and still standing.

    People who fill out offers aren't really internet savvy so you should be ok.

    Obv it's better to have your own hosting + domain, but if you're on a low budget, blogspot will do the job.
     
  16. umerjutt00

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    In blogger, you can remove the navbar at the top which contains the report button. And at the bottom remove the powered by blogger and replace it with hosted by hostgator. The purpose is to trick the people to believe that your blog is not hosted on blogger. And on a more safer side, you can even get a domain to get rid of .blogspot.com.
     
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    Get yourself a free hosting and buy a cheap .info domain name at godaddy package. You will have ability to control your traffic in a future and avoid any content locking problems in a future