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CPA + Craigslist + Stealth Redirect/iFrame = Ban?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thizzladen, May 8, 2011.

  1. thizzladen

    thizzladen Power Member

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    I'm thinking of using craigslist, twitter, etc. to promote a CPA offer. The CPA network I'm with right now says NO to craigslist.

    So I'm thinking of buying a domain + stealth redirecting to the cpa offer + posting the domain on craigslist. Will they be able to find out where the traffic came from?

    I think stealth redirection uses an iFrame to CPA offers. Which is better? Regular redirect or stealth?

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. bfellow

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    I would have a website that the CPA offer sites on, that when clicked goes through a redirection. Then when your Craigslist traffic comes in, put them through the same redirection. If the CPA has any questions, just show them the website. It will look like the traffic is coming from one in the same.

    Make sure the image (if there is one) for the office is on your server, not there. You don't want them to track a difference between image loads and click thru's. Most CPA's dont track image loads on an account level basis, but some do. Better to be save than sorry!
     
  3. DimBAsInt

    DimBAsInt Newbie

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    It depends on your volume I think. Some programs won't know, others definately will I think. Also the ones that will, depends if they care.