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How is everybody dealing with Amonetize links being blocked by chrome?

Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by molibwe, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. molibwe

    molibwe Regular Member

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    How is everybody dealing with Amonetize links being blocked by chrome?
     
  2. Last Samurai

    Last Samurai Newbie

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    i just don't use amonetize (although have an account there)
    visit my blog puersamurai/dot/com
    if such statistics are ok for you, then try this network too. gl
     
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  3. don chino

    don chino Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Amonetize and other PPI networks work well if there were no blocks. Their public urls get so much traffic so they get scanned and blocked fast. Therefore anyone serious in PPI should basically be doing the same himself that the networks are doing if you know what I mean. There can't be one exact method, especially on a public forum.. for your own good and others. If not so serious about PPI, I'd maybe try cpa/ppd or some more decent advertisers (networks) that pay less but don't get blocked either.
     
  4. molibwe

    molibwe Regular Member

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    What do you mean by "...doing the same himself that the networks are doing"?
    I guess I don't know what they are doing, that's why I'm curious about what alternatives others are using to face that problem.
     
  5. molibwe

    molibwe Regular Member

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    I don't get it. What are you trying to say?
     
  6. don chino

    don chino Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    I meant you need to understand - installer programming / ads bundling / crypting / signing / whitelisting / domain switching ... - cause they can't do that personally to everyone and therefore the public solutions get blocked, you need to have your own personal approach. As I said there's no single solution, if someone wrote here what to do, then tomorrow none of you would be able to use it anymore.



    I think he wants you to visit his blog and check out the network he is using.


    This is another option.. going with either smaller networks or more legitimate advertisers that do not participate in browser addons/tools/changes. This is what browsers hate and are blocking most.
     
  7. molibwe

    molibwe Regular Member

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    Ok, then I will just have to find another way out and keep it personal too so it doesn't get blocked.
    Thank you.