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Hiding the origin of a traffic to a CPA company

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ortal, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. ortal

    ortal Junior Member

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    Every site that is sending traffic to a CPA company, say 1.com, is visited by it extensively. How can I set up a secondary site 2.com that will send traffic to the former without being tracked down by the company?
    When the visitor wants to continue from the secondary site I use a link to 2.com/refer.php which is a header to 1.com/refer.php, and the last page is a header to the CPA offer page. but this doesn't seem to work.
    Is there a way to do it properly and does it really hide the origin of my traffic?
     
  2. liamtohd

    liamtohd Registered Member

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    Do you own both domains? I apologize, but your question isn't completely clear to me.

    Are you trying to send traffic from 2.com directly to an offer and make it appear that your traffic is coming form 1.com?
     
  3. ortal

    ortal Junior Member

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    exactly like liantohd said. -------------------------------------
     
  4. bruce6667

    bruce6667 Junior Member Premium Member

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    are you doing php header redirects like this?

    Code:
    <?php
    header("Location: http://someurl.com");
    ?>
    
    cause you should definately not do that if you want to hide your traffic. umm.... do the double meta refresh, great info on that around here.
     
  5. ortal

    ortal Junior Member

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    Do you mean something like this:
    <META HTTP-EQUIV=Refresh CONTENT="0; URL=..."> ?

    And if I have meta in 1.com/a.html refering to 2.com/a.html (while this refers to the CPA page ) will this hide my traffic for sure ( until someone from the CPA company goes accidently to 1.com )?