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How To "Clean Up" Blackhat Traffic For CPA

Discussion in 'CPA' started by prospect7, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    Hey BHW,

    Right now I'm sending my traffic through TinyUrl and then directly to the offer.

    I've generated a good sum of money in the past few days and don't want to lose it all and get my best CPA accounts banned. I need help from the BHW community.. can someone give me tips on how to make this traffic appear "clean" or is just a basic redirect enough?
     
  2. smash-wear.nl

    smash-wear.nl Regular Member

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    make a website, for your cpa traffic end sent them to thear.
     
  3. GreyHatIM

    GreyHatIM Newbie

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    Well you need to dilute your traffic so any kind of traffic should help you achieve that, try posting you link using some popular twitter tags or posting on some facebook apges jut to get some random clicks. This with dilute your EPC if that is what you are worrying about. However if you are doing completely black hat activites then you may need a meta refresh to blank the referrer or something to be safe.
     
  4. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    Hi smash-wear,

    I was doing that for a bit but didn't want to get complaints to my hosting and also has my legit p202 domain on it ect. To make it worse a reverse IP check shows a site on my server that wasn't registered privately (doh!), I've just been doing a test run so far though.

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    Is sending traffic from a redirect like TinyURL enough to get me banned from CPA networks? I'm sending good targeted leads that should pay out on their end but am still a bit worried.
     
  5. LikeThisForam

    LikeThisForam Registered Member

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    Depends on how much traffic, probably. They may or may not ask where its coming from. Ask your aff manager.

    I use tracking202, they blank referer and the networks know a lot of people use it to track campaigns. But make a page or 2 anyway, send some traffic there for good measure.
     
  6. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    Don't use these services. Use your own. I remember someone has shared link shortener script a couple of weeks ago.
     
  7. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    You could cost effectively dilute your traffic with a second tier search provider like 7search.