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Generating Small Amounts of Country Specific Junk Traffic For CTR Dilution

Discussion in 'CPA' started by ogeee, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    I want to generate about 100 clicks per day to an offer landing page (has to be UK traffic) to dilute my CTR on some blackhat conversions. I want it to be junk traffic that is unlikely to convert.

    Making things tricky is the fact that the traffic source/referrer has to seem like email to my AM as its an email only offer. I'd also like it to be easy to turn on and off, or set a limit on how much I send somehow, because it's important I control the amount of clicks pretty tightly.

    Any ideas on how to do this?

    I suppose a script to blank the referrer on my hosting with some cheap ppc traffic would do it as a lot of email traffic has blank referrers as far as I'm aware...but, not having really done any ppc myself, I assume your ad has to undergo human verification with most ppc services and a link to a landing page unrelated to the ppc ad wouldn't be approved. And also, could an AM somehow use my affiliate link to find out that the traffic originally came from ppc?

    Any help is much appreciated!
     
  2. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    Hrm... What you're asking for... Sounds like it can be done with a Microworkers campaign... Why not set one up asking people to visit the site, and keep playing around with the speed parameter a bit until you find something that works at 100/day? =D It won't cost much either! =D
     
  3. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    I'd like it to be different IPs every day long-term so I'm not sure that microworkers would work out tbh