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Could you test my Content Locker, and capture a screenshot of the offer?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wizzkidd, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I hope this is not asking too much. I have purchased and setup CLPv2 and read the manual 100 times and started to understand it now.

    I have been approved with CPABeyond, and I have attempted to "load-up" some offers with CLP.

    I'm not sure what is at fault here... I have an offer that says its International. I have added it to a locker and set the locker as International too. When I view the preview on CPABeyond, I see the correct offer! (although its a email/zip submit, and the offer asks for a zip - which is not generically international because we don't have zip codes here in the UK) anyway... When I click on the offer, I see that it redirects me to an alternative offer (instead of the same one that i saw on the CPABeyond preview).

    I was hoping a few of you could help me. I have created a test page with a locker and the same offer. Could I kindly ask you to click the offer and then take a screenshot of the offer, or even just describe to me the offer that you are getting show up. You do NOT need to complete the offer. I am not after conversions, I just wanna know what you're getting on your end.

    The test locker page is here:
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    (i password protected the page with the password: password) - just incase it tries to get indexed.

    Thanks in advanced.

    PS. This is the offer that is displayed for me >> REMOVED

    WK
     
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  2. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    I didnt get anything, it justs asks to input password to see the article.
     
  3. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    password to view the test page is: password
     
  4. whothefisalex

    whothefisalex Junior Member

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    the content locker came up, i click the offer but then the offer page fails to load
     
  5. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    the offer fails to load? huh - that's odd. So what do you get show up?
     
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    trustedfire9 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    don't post that in public , btw that works
     
  7. bananahands

    bananahands Regular Member

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    working fine on my end.
     
  8. whothefisalex

    whothefisalex Junior Member

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    ooops..... the page you was looking for could not be found
     
  9. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    ok. i've been asked not to post it in public.

    Could those who have tested it, tell me what offer you got? It is supposed to be a $1000 navy gift card (but when i click it, i get an offer about an ipad2, iphone and macbook)
     
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    JohnsonDaniel Regular Member

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    I get taken to a completely different offer also.
    Most Networks will set up an offer which is available to the US, and then georedirect visitors from any other location to some other offer on their Network.
    Whether you will get credit for ANY offer a user sent by you completes or not is entirely Network-dependent (you "should", but what "should" happen and what "does" happen in the CPA industry...well....).

    Another reason for seeing this behaviour is that most Networks have systems set up whereby if, for whatever reason, the offer is no longer available (advertiser pulled it down, advertiser's server is broke, advertiser not paying the Network, etc) they will automatically redirect all hits destined for that offer to another offer.

    Follow the advice above, and take the test page down - there's too much info there on your own setup and urls, and you don't need that to get out.