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Is Facebook traffic for email submits allowed in CPA Networks?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by vedavyas, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. vedavyas

    vedavyas Junior Member

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    As the title says,is facebook traffic for email and zip submits allowed in CPA networks?
    Anybody confirm Azoogle(i only have that account) allow that traffic?
    If not how people are not getting banned?
    What kind of offers convert well in facebook fan pages other than Email & Zip submits?
     
  2. alcoholic

    alcoholic Junior Member

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    ur better off asking some one at the company mate as with peerfly it says..

     
  3. D3lux3

    D3lux3 Power Member

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    Depends on the offer. If socialnet is allowed then yes. If not then not I guess :D But you can change that ;) Fake/blank the referer ...
     
  4. vedavyas

    vedavyas Junior Member

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    How to hide the the traffic source?

     
  5. plasmaflux

    plasmaflux Registered Member

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    1. If a CPA offer says 'Social', usually it's okay; but you should really check with your Affiliate Managers. Just last week I had one say it was totally fine and another say it wasn't.

    2. You can search the forums for a WP plugin to hide the referrer, but in my opinion it's a really bad idea to be dishonest with the people who cut your checks. You may end up not getting paid at all, even on 'good' leads. If you're going to do it anyways, you basically have to put a lot more work in to making a landing page for your offer that doesn't even get seen by the traffic; only gets seen by the network if they check the source. You could also try building cloaking links using Prosper202, but a lot of networks frown on that as well.

    good luck.


     
  6. MikeHustle

    MikeHustle Power Member

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    I've had an Aff Manager tell me that when an offer says social networking that it means that they will take traffic only through the official means of advertising on the site --- i.e. paying for ads. I have yet to have a cpa network complain about my unpaid for fb traffic.