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Do CPA companies allow you to IFrame there Offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by kriminal, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. kriminal

    kriminal Registered Member

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    What will your AM do if he goes to your site and sees you have iframed one of your CPA offers. Do most CPA companies allow this? What companies dont allow iframing??
     
  2. jeffm2009

    jeffm2009 Newbie

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    from my experience, the only time iframing is allowed is when it specifically says so in the offer details. otherwise, the problem you run into is that cookies dont pass through iframes (as far as i know) and therefore your conversions wont be counted if they are using cookie tracking, which most of them are (again, as far as i know)
     
  3. jeffm2009

    jeffm2009 Newbie

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    oops, to answer the first part of your question, if your AM is really cool he might let you keep doing it until the advertiser complains. more likely, he'll tell you to stop doing it. and if he's really strict or its not your first time, he could close your account.
     
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    overl00rd Junior Member

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    Not in your wettest dream...
    I've been iframing my email submits with no problem, as long as your AM gives the nod. If an offer doesn't allow iframes, it usually stated in the offer details. Be sure to check it out.
     
  5. MaxSteve

    MaxSteve Junior Member

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    100% iframing is typically allowed across the board by all networks. Anything less (ahem, cakeslice) is not allowed anywhere. The same AM's who say they're cool with you doing Cakeslice will be the first to drop support for you once compliance comes knocking.
     
  6. cookiestuffing

    cookiestuffing Regular Member

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    u need mix some whitehat email submits that can convert to the advertiser.so that they make some money. or you are very risky