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iCropping an offer manually...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by invinceable, May 26, 2010.

  1. invinceable

    invinceable Regular Member

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    I have been out of this game for a while. I know it is possible to use tools like GodCPA to iframe an offer, although, can I do it manually because I have read some offers are tracking this and do not allow you to frame an offer.
     
  2. imperial109

    imperial109 Regular Member

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    What do you mean manually?

    You could use flash which is harder to track, but it really depends on the network that you're promoting from. That's true for all BH tricks though.
     
  3. invinceable

    invinceable Regular Member

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    Well I talked to my AM and he said it is fine, so I am not too worried about the referrer showing or anything like that. Does that make it easier?

    And manually I mean just looking at the normal offer HTML and ripping part of it using something like firebug or even just right click -> view source.
     
  4. imperial109

    imperial109 Regular Member

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    It makes it a lot easier.

    Ripping it apart works too, if they manually check the page and it's misleading you could get banned. That's why it's better to iframe the offer and blank the referral. This way, they won't be able to see what you're using to promote the offer.

    Either way, it's a good idea to blank the referral.
     
  5. Standard Toaster

    Standard Toaster Regular Member

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    This won't work man... Networks track clicks via the track url... And if your traffic doesn't go through the track url, there's no way those guys will be able to track conversions and thus there's no money made.