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CPA Banner in Gmail?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by cuppatea78, Sep 9, 2009.

  1. cuppatea78

    cuppatea78 Regular Member

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    Does anyone know if it is possible to place a cpa banner ad in a gmail reply?

    I have a load of people i need to reply too but i am not sure how to send them the link to my cpa offer. There is no text option from the company they only have banner ads.

    Also, if i do manage to send them the ad in my email reply is there a way to blank the refer? I have searched the forum but have not been able to find anything that mentions this. The cpa company has stated that emailing this offer in not allowed. Can they see where my traffic has come from if the person clicks through the email link?

    Sorry for all the questions but i have a load of people replying to something i have just started but can't figure out how i can get the offer to them via email.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. chilipopper

    chilipopper Newbie

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    #1... Yes there is a way to place a banner on your gmail sends... just use simple HTML..... Dude, if the offer is that troublesome to you then don't use it... I keyed in on one very useless fact... the offer doesn't want email traffic... LOL really... (OK Sorry that was a bit uncalled for.. just forward your traffic from the email through a desensitized domain to the client.
     
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  3. iwfdopod

    iwfdopod Registered Member

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    I do also need the answer. Thanks!
     
  4. cuppatea78

    cuppatea78 Regular Member

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    Do you mean just give them the address of the site and let them click through from there?
     
  5. chilipopper

    chilipopper Newbie

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    Nope, give them the address of YOUR site and have it automatically redirect so they don;t even have to click.