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IPs on affiliate networks

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by voltage2, Feb 3, 2010.

  1. voltage2

    voltage2 Newbie

    Jan 13, 2010
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    Hey, I used to use a Sprint air card to rotate IPs on CL back before they soft-blocked all the IPs for every card card provider.

    Now I've just been getting into CPA/CPL networks and wanted to know from people's experience if these networks (Or particular ones you know of) also scrutinize the IPs this closely (Like knowing all the IPs converting are from Sprint air card)?

    I'm looking to manually input genuine leads I get from offline marketing and was thinking of sending junk traffic + inputting my leads manually using some IP rotating solution. I don't really trust proxies because it seems like there's a lot of people probably using the same proxies on various networks.

    I was considering getting a dedicated DSL line for just doing this work but even if I keep restarting the modem it's going to always be IPs from my general geographic location. Does anyone know if networks generally trace all IPs to find their geographic location, ISP, etc.? Is there any good solution for this? Is it only certain networks that this would work with and not others?

    Please let me know what you think, thanks!

    P.S. My leads are genuine so don't get pissy, I just want to be able to gather them and input them my own way.
  2. sdtopensied

    sdtopensied Regular Member

    Sep 1, 2009
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    Western Hemisphere
    As honorable as your intentions may be, entering in information yourself for CPA offers will eventually lead to a ban. If the network in question decides to audit your traffic, they'll find that it's all from one geographic area. That in itself isn't necessarily a red flag, but it will give them cause to dig deeper. If you get banned by one of the bigger networks, you'll find it harder to get (or get back) into others.

    You might want to consider other ways to monetize those leads.

    Last edited: Feb 3, 2010
  3. roguehat

    roguehat Newbie

    Jun 24, 2008
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    speak with your affiliate manager. they may be able to work with ya when you explain your leads and were your getting them from. they will ok with a advertiser your thinking of promoting and youll be good to go.