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Faking your website for CPA networks

Discussion in 'CPA' started by killidentity, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. killidentity

    killidentity Newbie

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    Just wondering, could you just give a CPA network a website that isn't yours to get accepted into a CPA network? I got accepted into neverblue a while ago and they didn't really require any proof that I owned my site.
     
  2. graphicnut

    graphicnut Supreme Member

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    some maybe, but good networks will whois the domain and expect to see your name / address and some of them even denie you if its a new site i have found.
     
  3. jbryant30

    jbryant30 Regular Member

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    Why not spend $7 on a domain and use free templates and plr to make a good looking site? im sure you could earn it back in a day :)
     
  4. killidentity

    killidentity Newbie

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    Its not that the money is a problem its just that if the site is good enough. Why not just put down a website that actually looks halfway professional so they would accept me. And about the whois thing, what if i found a site with private registration? Sounds good in theory, I just want to see if anyone can poke a hole in my logic.
     
  5. blogbd1

    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its true that, they may check the whois lookup for see the owner. but if anyone use blogger of any other free hosting how they will verify the owner?

    Is there any chance that they will not allow using free hosting?

    thanks
     
  6. 7ruman

    7ruman Newbie

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    Thats interesting because I was thinking about setting up a series of blogs and filling them up with plr content to get accepted into CPA networks. If they don't accept it I guess you could just host the blog from your own domain to get around that.
     
  7. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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    Copy the website you found and put it on a free host and a cheap domain that will solve the whois problem.
     
  8. andre09

    andre09 Junior Member

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    I actually have done that before, given someone else website when asked, and it worked fine for me. Just put smaller websites, instead of answering with google or hotmail, or something like that :)
     
  9. garciabogard

    garciabogard Regular Member

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    great info guys...i was just thinking the same a few days ago ;)
     
  10. arthro

    arthro Regular Member

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    you can do this with some affiliate networks but not to all...
     
  11. innocent

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    I have been accepted by over 20 networks and only CPA Storm gave me the run around about proving the site was mine. Since so much CPA marketing is done by other means anyhow, I really don't understand why they care?
     
  12. VinceC

    VinceC Elite Member

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    normally just put the domain name on the CPA sign up, dun know whether they really go to check whois to confirm the site belong to me :)
     
  13. ultimatium1

    ultimatium1 Junior Member

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    Yeh I heard you can get into networks doing this, But also, you could just setup a small fake buisness that you techincally own the domain name too, Then if they check whois atleast it shows ur name
     
  14. jsurya

    jsurya Regular Member

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    Probably you get approved by giving fake sites, but when they looks for the traffic and found from the sites you applied could be a problem that time.. its better playing safe and not loosing money..
     
  15. mutantseed

    mutantseed Registered Member

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    yup.. i agree with jsurya it's better put your real "develop" website rather than somebody else website.. precautions is always best if u deal with money..
     
  16. peter1988

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    wow...that is really very troublesome...

    very very suprise that CPAstorm are abit more strict on this issue..

    now i know it..thanks guys... :)


    I love your answer...straightforward... :)