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iFraming e-mail submits

Discussion in 'CPA' started by str8thustler, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. str8thustler

    str8thustler Power Member

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    I have accounts with peerfly, incent.ly and adscend media for email submits. Anyone know if they allow Iframing email submits?
     
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    What's the problem? Just ask them.
     
  3. Mr Stark

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    Only if you do a full page iframe to hide the ugly url.
     
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  4. FBseo

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    so if you are iframing then your offer/campaign must be on incentive so you can promote it through that method
     
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    ContentLockPro Power Member Premium Member

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    Nope, none of the reputable CPA companies will allow you iFraming your offer.
     
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    DA MADFACE Junior Member

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    only full page ifrane
     
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  8. str8thustler

    str8thustler Power Member

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    Ugh full page iframe isn't going to work. Thanx all.
     
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    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    Email submits are not converting even with best traffic for advertisers, If you iframe and place it on an incentive page, advertisers probably make nothing from your leads, and the network sooner or later ban your account and refuse to pay you
     
  10. Paranoid Android

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    hey, as far as i know no adversier would look at iframing positively. The networks that you have mentioned are more advertiser friendly so I don't think they would support you. Go for some smaller scale network, and go ahead and do the iframing without standing around to ask their permission :D

    Its like refering someone to your IM forum saying its a porn site, you aren't going to like what the refered guy is going to post on your forum.
     
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    You can iFrame an email submit as long as you do the full page. They allow this 100% no question.
    What they don't allow is you iFraming just the email field part and getting leads that way. That will get you banned and that doesn't work very well anymore as the "email submit" offers are now requiring the 2nd page and further to be completed for the pixel to fire.
     
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    Iframing is pretty much the worst thing you can do to a CPA company, the will ban you instantly if they find out.