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How does first page "connect" to second page submit?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Forss, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. Forss

    Forss Newbie

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    Hey,

    I have a simple zip submit that is iframed onto my landing page and I am wondering how I should set it up so I can get the 2nd page submits too (legit leads).

    One option I see is a redirect to the 2nd page after they click submit on the first page but could someone clarify how I would get credited with that 2nd page submit if, for example the first page looks like this

    http://www.mb01.com/lnk.asp?o=2026&c=918273&a=47158

    which shows the zip submit, then after they enter their zip they go to a page that looks something like this or similar:

    http://www.consumerincentiverewards.com/xg_reg.htm or http://www.consumerincentiverewards.com/xg_reg.htm

    Could I just stick the second link into the redirect and those 2nd page leads would be for MY link? Do they get cookied when entering their zip or something like that? How does the advertiser know where the lead came from?

    If you can just do it that way that would probably be the easiest, are there any other solutions if that doesn't work? Like, resizing the iframe to show the 2nd page, show it in another frame or whatever.

    Appreciate any help, thanks
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2009
  2. Marco737

    Marco737 Newbie

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    Yeap. They get the cookie as soon as they hit the 1st page and depending on the offer cookies are usually valid for either 30 or 60 days.
     
  3. Forss

    Forss Newbie

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    Thanks for the reply, are you positive about that? Because I tried filling out a zip through a proxy server, then I closed the window and opened the 2nd page and I saw a completely different offer.