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CPA in Iframe

Discussion in 'CPA' started by jabbidoo, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    One or two weeks ago, I asked here for iframing just a little box of a site to which I have no control over (simple cpa landing page). This is for example helful for email/zip submits. The problem is that you do not have the right to scroll another site. I thought I saw a solution around here but I couldn't/can't find it and I didn't get a satisfying answer...so I had to try different things. To cut a long story short, here is my solution:

    mysite.html:
    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    </head>
    <body>
    <iframe src="blabla.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="200" height="200"></iframe>
    </body>
    </html>
    blabla.html:
    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <script type='text/javascript'>
             function scroll() {
             window.scrollTo(300,200);
            }      
    </script>
    </head>
    <body onload='scroll()'>
    <iframe src="http://www.aff-page.de/" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="1280" height="1024"></iframe>
    </body>
    </html>
    You need to have 2 pages because you are not allowed to scroll the aff-page, you can only scroll your own page. So we simply put the aff-page in our second page which we scroll to the email/zip submit or whatever. To change the scrolling, just change this:
    Code:
    window.scrollTo([B]300[/B],[B]200[/B]);
    to whatever you like (the numbers).
    Due to different user setting such as dpi, browser etc etc you need to make it dynamic (with php for example).

    PS: Use instead of linking directly to the aff-landing-page, a double meta-refresh, so the referer is blank.

    Thanks are appreciated;)
     
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  2. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    well, thnx for those , but do you get credit for your cpa with meta refresh ? atleast copeac didint count the clicks or submits with php meta refresh, or are you using something else ?
     
  3. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    The meta refresh only blanks the referer...didn't know why it shouldn't work!?? But I have not tried it cause I just figured out how to realize this and posted it at first of all here. Wanted to test it now but cause of my IP I couldn't. Tried it with proxies but no effect...it's saying me that the offer is not available in my area:(
    Would be nice if someone could test it...sry but I'm only at millnicm3dia and there are only US, CA and UK based email submits. Or someone help me getting into another cpa network...would be nice too:)
     
  4. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    What do you mean by saying not supporting iframes?? An iframe is an own window!? How do they know?
     
  5. wolfmmiii

    wolfmmiii Junior Member

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    Most CPA networks will not work if you frame their pages. I think the days of framing just the form piece and then building your own landing page are gone.
     
  6. jabbidoo

    jabbidoo Junior Member

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    But how do they know? How do they distinguish between iframe and not iframe??
     
  7. tbkdkc

    tbkdkc Junior Member

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    yes i would like to know this as well.. anyone?
     
  8. paperchaser

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    I believe Neverblue Ads still allows iFraming of their offers. I just tested out a campaign, iframe vs direct link and my CTR was nearly the same. Remember to meta refresh the iframe being going to your aff link!
     
  9. tbkdkc

    tbkdkc Junior Member

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    i like this but, when i try and use it the iframes just redirect the whole page to the affliate landing page...
     
  10. spasm

    spasm Newbie

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    iFrames do work, remember guys its not the networks themselves but the merchants who put anti-iframe code on the page and iFrame is treated just like another browser window.

    The crediting that you mentioned of is due to sessions and cookies not being allowed in iframes(again this is merchant specific, not network) however, the good news is there are ways around this!
     
  11. da buck

    da buck Regular Member

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    It's not specific aff companies that don't allow iframes, it's the offer itself. You just have to test the offer to see if it breaks the frame.
     
  12. cupid_stunt

    cupid_stunt Junior Member

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    Is it just me or does this not work in Internet Explorer with a double meta-refresh?

    It works perfectly in FireFox, but it just redirects back and forth in Internet Explorer when using a double-meta refresh. I've got it so that if the referrer isn't blank it just goes back to the first php page of the refresh, so this probably means that it doesn't blank the referrer in Internet Explorer which would be a major problem.

    Is there anyway around this?

    If I could get this going, this would be a goldmine!
    Thanks
     
  13. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is my script but the way you are using it is not safe. The reason for this is because the affiliate network see's the referrer as the last php file it passes. This file is capturing just the email box and the affiliate company will see this and ban you. You need to link it to another html file that iframes before it hits the landing page. See an example of what I have done here:
    http://www.thisismyrevenge.com/

    This is the original landing page (Beware - porn on page):
    http://www.dj2rent.co.uk/jamster
     
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    goins Regular Member

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    Okay so sponsor 2 refreshes to sponsor 3 witch then refreshes to checkoutoursponsor.php right?
     
  16. goins

    goins Regular Member

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    Tip: use frameborder="no" to make the iframe look flat on the page ;)
     
  17. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    lol Im being lazy, only used noframe on my blackhat site, need to make my whitehat page look a bit more legit yet by adding a whit hat site header, footer etc
     
  18. mastphil

    mastphil Newbie

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    Must be a not so safe thing the use: I see a "This site has been suspended." message coming from the iframe.
     
  19. createrk

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    This is what exactly happen to me as well..

    Any solution?

    @gimme4free - I couldnt understand your concept. Can someone explain or put the code that needs to be used?

    Thanks
     
  20. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ive got rid of that site now, got pissed off with one.com for fucking me about. The solution is an anti-framebreaker. Harro has posted one in this forum. Be warned though, the referrer will probably link with some browsers after the submit or whatever button is pressed, Im not 100% sure on this but I recommend thoroughly testing before use.