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CPA Networks and "Flying Under the Radar"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by freudianslip27, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. freudianslip27

    freudianslip27 Junior Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I was hoping to get other people's advice on trying to fly under the radar with the CPA networks. Let's say that I have a situation where I am getting leads that are converting at a very high rate, how can I "buffer" that a bit?

    I thought I could send cheap traffic to a page where my CPA offer is, but the problem is that the cheap traffic probably isn't going to click on the CPA offer very much. This would result in:

    High impressions - Low Clicks - High conversion rate

    Do people send cheap traffic straight to the CPA offer itself? Does that cause problems too? I was looking to do cheap PPC.
     
  2. chemicalsky

    chemicalsky Newbie

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    My first thought would be to use a program like i-faker to increase the number of hits to your landing page, using public proxies.

    I suppose it depends if the CPA network detects public proxy use when the ads are served.
     
  3. BuzzKill

    BuzzKill Executive VIP

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    You should set up some cloaked sites when you need some garbage traffic. I have found it to be really helpful for exactly what you are talking about. When you have some offers you need traffic to, just flip the switch to forward to that offer.

    I also have found that its much easier to get foreign traffic and the majority of these CPA companies have ip filters on them that rejects or redirects foreign traffic, this too has been working well.
     
  4. MiconB

    MiconB Newbie

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    Hi Guys,

    If you want send cheap traffic to your offers, you can use
    this one hxxp://***i-marketingtips.net/
     
  5. MR.blackhat

    MR.blackhat Regular Member

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    i know a methodthat is can be used to fly uunder the radar but i will not mention it bcuz i have not tested it yet.....

    if my method works, i will show everyone!!!
     
  6. Essential Clix

    Essential Clix Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Thanks, Mr. Blackhat. Can't wait to see your progress report.
     
  7. elvanvitar

    elvanvitar BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    yeah send cheap traffic to a domain and use a redirect on domain that goes to your offer. it keeps the conversion rate down a lot.
     
  8. HoodFigure

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    You better use a cloaked site if you're sending traffic from a site that you buy clicks from.
     
  9. egood

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    can anybody list good cheap traffic sources?
     
  10. gatorgreg2004

    gatorgreg2004 Newbie

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    Go to Adbrite and become an advertiser and bid. 0.001 on a full page ad...have a redirect from your offer page. That's what I do and it works well. You can gets hundreds of impressions for CHEAP!
     
  11. freudianslip27

    freudianslip27 Junior Member

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    Thank you everyone for your feedback.

    Hoodfigure, if you don't mind me asking, why does the site need to be cloaked?
     
  12. BuzzKill

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    Looks like searchfeed.com has some dirt cheap traffic too..less than a penny
     
  13. cashsalute

    cashsalute BANNED BANNED

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    This is a good idea... question though... why can't you just put the affiliate link directly into the adbrite account?
     
  14. elvanvitar

    elvanvitar BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    doesn't adbrite have a rule about not redirecting to another page on their fullpage ads or am i thinking about another company.
     
  15. cashsalute

    cashsalute BANNED BANNED

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    HAHA fuck their rules. there is ways around that.
     
  16. elvanvitar

    elvanvitar BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    i generally say fuck their rules too but i was just curious since i know that they review the site. id like to know though. it can't be as easy as just adding the redirect after it's been approved.
     
  17. torched

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    What exactly is the "action" thats supposed to be taken? With most cpa offers having high impressions, low clicks, and a high rate of "actions" wouldn't really set off any flags. I would think most cpa networks expect that from their low performing webmasters. You could always just buy a "traffic stream" from advertyz. 500 hits a day for a month will only cost you $25 http://www.advertyz.com/dedicated-traffic-streams.html
     
  18. cashsalute

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    Great, just what we all need, no hits at all, or a straight up bunch of proxy traffic. Take that trash somewhere else. you been spotted
     
  19. rahizzle21

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    Does advertyz just use proxies?

    Also, I've used adbrite, but it seems that the lowest bids to get more than 7 impressions a day is at least $2 CPM
     
  20. Essential Clix

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    Say you receive 5 clicks with 5 leads -- would it look suspicious if all 5 clicks turn into leads? Is it wise to inflate clicks as well as impressions?