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Don't look suspcious, hide under the radar

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by rebbeca, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    Alrite, so now that I'm making $100/day with CPA, I want to learn how to stay under the radar of my AMs. Of course, I'm using Black Hat Metohds - Iframing stuff.

    As far as I know these are some methods to do so:

    1. Hide referrer using DMR
    2. When asked by your AMs don't say you get traffics form Craligst
    3. When asked by your AMs about hiding referer, say "Last time, this AM stole my landing page, so I'd rather not tell you. Sorry
    4. Spread earnings throughout multiple networks
    ($20 NB, $20 Maxbountry, $20 Copeac... etc)


    These are some methods to stay under the radar.
    How do YOU guys stay under and not raise flag?
    Nobody wants to lost their money :)
    Let's share.

    and oh, one question, even if I earn $20 by e-mail submit that do not convert at the other end, will i get ban hammered?
     
  2. domainplayer

    domainplayer Junior Member

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    I want to know this too
     
  3. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    I mean, if they are not earning money by my leads, they won't pay me.
    Wondering if ill get banned over that.
     
  4. junebug17

    junebug17 Newbie

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    Well for one if your not working for CU that doesn't care where you get your traffic from (They actually encourage using CL) you should click on your link and see if your affiliate ID is coming out beside your web address on top. For example if you are promoting friend finder sites like Adult friend finder or Cams your affiliate ID will come out next to the site address on the top. So you have to forward the address with masking so that it wont show your ID next to the address. Not all sites have this like Ashley M doesn't show an affiliates ID after the address, and a lot of people don't know this but when you are replying to cl posting on auto pilot and you respond to a CL email they will check it and contact your affiliate site and ban the hell out of you. I learned that the hard way:(. But besides that you sound like you pretty much now what our doing.:)
     
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  5. PeeWeeDee

    PeeWeeDee Junior Member

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  6. Gofobu

    Gofobu Registered Member

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    Occupation:
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    Mix in junk traffic to get conversion to a reasonable low rate.
    Talk to your AMs regularly about PPC (if you don't have a clue, check out wickedfire)
    Mix some PPC traffic in to get their conversion up