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Help Please!! CPA Ads Inside Iframes without getting caught.

Discussion in 'CPA' started by hellohellosharp, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. hellohellosharp

    hellohellosharp Power Member

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    I am currently using Maxbounty's CPA network with social traffic to offers...

    Maxbounty is my ONLY CPA network, so I really don't want to get banned.

    I know I can skyrocket my conversions though if I iframe the offer. I had the whole thing setup...then I thought maybe I should check Maxbounty's terms first....

    Sure enough...

    I know several people on BHW use iframes. I also think that content locking is much worse than using iframes, and a lot of people usse content lockers, so in my mind it shouldn't be that big of a deal. All I am doing is making the offer look a little fancier.

    I am not iframing just the field part and tricking people into signing up for it. I am Iframing the ENTIRE offer, just using my sites basic setup on the outside because it looks better.

    How do I get "written approval", or better yet, how can I iframe without them knowing?

    Thanks BHW!
     
  2. Eagle Eye

    Eagle Eye Senior Member

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    try using ghost cpa
     
  3. moneyneeded

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    Do you plan to use this iframe in a fb app or fan page? If you are why don't you make your own landing page that leads to the Maxbounty offer? That way you avoid getting in trouble with MaxBounty but still get your conversions.
     
  4. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    You're going to get your ass chewed. Maxbounty will ban you and close your account
    keeping any revenue you have made.
    You're trying to run before you can crawl.
    Do you think networks are stupid?
    The best question you asked was
    Which the answer is "you won't"
    I'm not saying you can't sneak a few past them but what I'm saying is at your level
    of knowledge you need to be sending them a shed load of white hat conversions to
    enable you to intermingle your black hat traffic under the radar.

    This is the key to black hat IM longevity, hit and run or stay under the radar.
     
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  5. MaxSteve

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    If you are really simply using an iframe to put a small wrapper around the merchant's website, your best bet is to ask your affiliate manager to get approval. I'll admit that it is difficult to get approval, but it's always best to ask first.

    You will NOT be banned for asking whether something is allowed or not.
     
  6. deeznutzca

    deeznutzca Newbie

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    Don't be afraid to ask to frame the offers from your AM, especially if you're pulling in big numbers and can convince them you can pull in more. I've told my AM that some of the offers I wanted to promote looked like shit from the advertiser and that I could do a better job (trying to keep things white hat of course). If you're really driving traffic and numbers, then you can even get the AM to contact the advertiser and get their permission.

    I would also apply to other CPA firms. I belong to six of them and I'd probably belong to more if I had more time to dick around with the application process.

    I have GhostCPA and am probably going to rotate ads and spread the opt-ins across several accounts.

    Good luck.