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"hidden" Email submit

Discussion in 'CPA' started by the450man, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. the450man

    the450man Junior Member

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    Im new to the CPA/email submit method.... I am wanting to create an email submit page with an email submit offer. Instead of showing the actuall page of the submit offer; is it possible to have a small section on a makeshift site i created as the email submit for that offer instead of on the original submit page?

    Sorry for my ignorance if this has been posted before.
     
  2. crashed

    crashed Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Search the forum for how to Iframe email submit.
     
  3. Rein1418

    Rein1418 BANNED BANNED

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    Yes Iframe email submit. There are plenty more ways on how to profit from email/lead submits.
     
  4. westee

    westee Registered Member

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    yea iframe offers is what you are looking for, be sure you know how to hide your referrers though...search BHW for GodCPA...there is another on here too cant think of the name.
     
  5. a0rta

    a0rta Regular Member

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    The other one you are referring too is Gump I guess? ;)
     
  6. Merk13

    Merk13 Newbie

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    There are even programs that do this for you like GodCPA making it real easy. iframes are the way to go, used wisely they can increase your return nicely.
     
  7. Strider

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    i could be wrong, and i would love for someone to respond to this, but I am pretty sure that IE7 shows the referrer as the parent page the iframe exist on. hiding your referrer and meta refresh and cloaking does not work for internet explorer 7 and oneone that submits an offer using ie7 on your iframe, your affiliate will see the your fake signup page.