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Is CLOAKING needed here?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by karibo, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. karibo

    karibo Regular Member

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    wHi guys!

    I just started my first website hosting (before i was earning from cpa + youtube) But now I want to take bigger steps.


    I want to DRIVE traffic to my website with a BH method and on my website people can click further to the CPA.

    Well my qeustion is can my CPA company track where my traffic is coming from to my website or can they only track traffic from my website to their cpa?

    Thanks in advance karibo!
    ps: sorry english is not my main language
     
  2. karibo

    karibo Regular Member

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    BUMP. Please someone answer :)
     
  3. Orbit143

    Orbit143 Senior Member

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    I don't think they can find out. When someone click on you CPA link there will be your site as referer.
     
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  4. bigspanner

    bigspanner Newbie

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    Only from your site will the referrer shows.
     
  5. xgf666

    xgf666 Junior Member

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    It might depend on what type of media your cpa program use or allow (text link, image link, javascrip, flash, ifram)
     
  6. TaraAff

    TaraAff Newbie

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    Working at a network myself, we can only see referrer URL's in our systems. I also worked at another network prior to the one I'm currently at and it was the same thing.