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How do I lock a certain page of my site?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Kyle787, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Kyle787

    Kyle787 Junior Member

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    Sorry for the noobish question but I've read up on content locking and want to lock a specific page. It is a wordpress site that I customized myself. I just don't understand what exactly I need to do. Do I need to fiddle around with a script?

    And what networks are best? I was going to try LeadBolt but I read on here that the scrub like hell. Is that true?

    I have been approved to:
    Leadbolt
    adscend
    neverblue
    blam
     
  2. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You need to have a content locker. There are a lot of options in these regards. For example, adscend and some of the other networks offer gateway codes directly from their site.

    However, IMO more money is in using Content Lock Pro, or even BHCB. These lockers are simple the implement, but I recommend being diligent about researching referer spoofing/blanking solutions or you may find payment is NOT forthcoming.

    The information you are looking for IS contained on this forum. However, you won't often find direct answers to stuff like this by asking questions ONLY because the answers are already prolific on the forum. Use the search function, and look up:

    Content Lock Pro
    Black Hat Codebreaker
    Referer spoofing and referer blanking

    Don't jump into this until you KNOW everything you need to. Good luck!
     
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