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Do cpa companies keep track of this?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by delox, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. delox

    delox Registered Member

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    Do CPA companies keep track of the website's code the moment a lead converted? thanks
     
  2. zero-day

    zero-day Regular Member

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    What do you mean? If the referral website is the same?
     
  3. marusia

    marusia Senior Member

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    The referral? Yes they can. They can see more than that as well.
     
  4. zero-day

    zero-day Regular Member

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    We can see quite a bit about the leads you push. A lot more technical information than just the referrer website.
     
  5. sapo

    sapo Power Member

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    they can see more then that but it is limited for the most part this shows all they can see http://analyzemy.net/
     
  6. marusia

    marusia Senior Member

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    We can see more than that hon. :)
     
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    of course they will track it for sure
     
  8. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    I'm gonna go off on a limb here and assume you mean the HTML markup of the site, because maybe you are modifying it via a javascript injection or other XSS exploit? If so, then the advertiser will eventually see this, but not the CPA.

    Unless I'm just over-analyzing the question.