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is offto.net the same as affiliate cloak in function?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by blackhatcatz, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Let me know if affcloak and offto.net have the same function of blanking the referrer. thanks!

    I need it for a project. :)


    All the best,

    catz
     
  2. boggle

    boggle Newbie

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    I would like to know the answer to this as well
     
  3. warriormer

    warriormer Registered Member

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    I used offto.net for a link and the referrer showed up as offto.net
     
  4. wealthy199

    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    That's what it's meant to do.
     
  5. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    thanks.. yeah, I was just wondering because it's free and affcloak is down.. darn.
     
  6. gts6

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    i had experimented with offto.net a few months ago, and it does its job as far as blocking the refer (it shows as offto.net)

    but it had a lot of buggy quirks, a lot of offers simply would not work properly with it. i noticed a lot of offers had no conversions, and when looking further, i came to find that when using offto.net some offers would have screwy shit going on like not being able to submit the forms and shit like that.

    so if you are going to use this, make sure you fully test the offer you plan on running by making sure it accepts a lead properly before you waste time and money for traffic that will never convert. make sure the offer does more than just load the page properly, you have to make sure you can actually fill all the fields on the form with data and be able to submit it and have it be accepted, and this is the parts that a lot of offers were having trouble with on offto.net
     
  7. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    Thanks man. I needed that info. I better test it out and see what happens.

    Valuable info.
     
  8. gts6

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    no problem. the main issue is the submitting part. a lot of offers were not able to click the submit button on them. you could just click and click away at it but nothing would post.