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Hide your publisher ID? How do I go about that?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by TheDuke, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. TheDuke

    TheDuke Junior Member

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    Hey guys,

    It happened that my publisher ID has been reported to my network for spam etc and I been warned ( yet not banned ) by my network.

    My question is, how do I go about hiding my publisher ID from google or bad intentioned peeps that are reporting my affiliate ID to networks ?

    Is there a script/plugin or something that I could insert into my website ( wordpress ) that makes it harder for these cunts to get it and report my aff id? I am not very techy so please give an easy to understand replay.

    Very much appreciated.
     
  2. ruler0fall

    ruler0fall Power Member

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    You could use url shortening but even with that it's still possible to get your ID.
     
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  3. TheDuke

    TheDuke Junior Member

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    Hey, thanks for your replay. I am aware of the url shortening.

    To be more concrete, I am running a website with a content locker gateway. So when someone click on a offer on my gateway my publisher ID is shown on the offer/survey link etc. Is there a way to hide these?

    I am using a content locker network that is showing their offers based on performance, conversion rates etc. So going one by one and make an iframe or something similar to each of the hundreds offers they show on would be out of discussion.

    I am aware of shortening a single offer, but how do I go about when someone click any of the offers they wont actually see the aff link but something else?

    Any thoughts on that?
     
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    ruler0fall Power Member

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    You could use url cloaking, are you using your own custom gateway locker ? You could somehow make a php script that makes an iframe that loads the page (And pass the url in post/get variables, possibly with encryption)
     
  5. TheDuke

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    I am using the network's gateway code.
     
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    CSalt2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think this is basically impossible but I'd love to see this
     
  7. TheDuke

    TheDuke Junior Member

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    I am afraid of the same...

    Maybe some one can prove wrong and come with a solution to this :)