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CPA offers - ?? No Re-direct

Discussion in 'CPA' started by nimbus49, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. nimbus49

    nimbus49 Elite Member

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    I hope I'm asking this correctly!!

    How do you take one of your cpa offers, and use it for traffic
    without it redirecting to the final cpa url?

    I've seen someone do this on this forum, but I'm going nuts
    trying to find it!!

    Is this called framing or something?

    Don't beat me up too bad for asking this!!! Thanks
     
  2. Slasher

    Slasher Junior Member

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    Use it for traffic?

    There's iFraming, but that's to bring traffic to your CPA offers secretly, not use it for traffic.

    Hope this helps.
     
  3. xenoxen

    xenoxen Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I did not understand the question but...

    If you are getting you can hide it by redirection.

    BH Traffic > Site1. > Site2. > Landing Page

    use php/html scripts available here or use plain redirection from cpanel :)


    in that way they do not really know where the traffic comes from :)

    hope that will help;-)
     
  4. twoj04

    twoj04 Power Member

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    There is also CPA-Redirector which is easy to use and is free.
     
  5. RandomName

    RandomName Junior Member

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    I think the question being asked is this:

    If you have plenty of traffic arriving at your site already (site a), can you run a CPA offer without the visitor leaving your site - i.e. they don't get redirected to site b, they stay on your site (a).

    Hope someone can help but thought I'd clarify what the question is ;)

    RN