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Is This A Decent Plan?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by acevampire, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. acevampire

    acevampire Newbie

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    After studying these forums for the last several days, I eventually managed to gain what I believe is a decent understanding on utilizing the CPA industry. I feel ready to start making my own profit, I've designed a plan. It's mostly a combination of different techniques and methods I've read up on, but I'd like to make sure I haven't overlooked anything that'd keep it from working.

    I've got accounts at both Clickbank and Affiliateer. As it stands, I'm going to stick with only these two. If profit results, I'll register for elsewhere. I've heard COPEAC is good.

    After scanning through a list of offers, I've selected a one-step ZIP submit.

    Using Cakeslice, I've conveniently iFramed the actual submit part, and integrated it within another page, one that offers a product much more desirable than what the actual offer deals with.

    Here's where I don't know exactly how I should proceed. Cakeslice allegedly doesn't fake the referrer, which, as I understand, will get my accounts banned rather quickly. I have CPAredirect, and I was wondering whether implementing this would solve the problem?

    I'm capable of creating a whitehat page for the offer. Using CPAredirect, is it possible to have my affiliate manager believe that the traffic is coming from the whitehat page, when, in reality, I'm relocating my visitors from the that page onto the iFrame place? Or would the iFrame report my manager the blackhat page it's placed on, rather than the innocent whitehat one?

    In any event, once I figure this out, I plan on turning to Craigslist for traffic. I may also experiment with Twitter. :rolleyes:

    I'm hoping for prompt, useful feedback! It'd be very much appreciated. ^_^
     
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  2. acevampire

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    In reality, it was actually less than a few days. I've been researching all sorts of methods, using all kinds of things. I looked into AC, eWhoring (I figured my conscience wouldn't let me live that down), PPC, and several other interesting avenues. I eventually decided that if I never took any action, or made any attempts to, I'll become one of those members who get criticized for reading all day and never trying to actually implement anything. After a short while, I concluded that CPA seemed really fucking versatile, and however daunting that felt, it'd probably payoff better than anything else.

    That being said, it is rather daunting, and I'd like to know if I've got my bases covered with that plan. My primary concern is CPAredirection, I'm not sure how well it mixes with a separate iFramed page. So, you know, more feedback would be nice. :D

    Thanks for the response. =]
     
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  3. mystery

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    By CPARedirection, are you referring to the wordpress plugin?

    If so, it is the easiest way to fake the referral and make it seem like traffic is coming from any POST you want. It only works with blog posts though.

    If you can take the content from your created page the has the iframed submit part, and somehow place it in a new blog post... it will work... not sure though if the form will show up right, since I haven't tested it myself.

    Also, clickbank is not a cpa network. Rather a regular network that pays per sale only... doesn't have esubmits or free trials...etc.
     
  4. acevampire

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    No, the standalone version.

    I realize this, but a lot of people seem to mention it in this category. Affiliateer, on the other hand, is CPA.
     
  5. acevampire

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    Interesting. I'm not concerned with that, however.
     
  6. MaxSteve

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    MaxBounty does not accept CakeSliced/GodCPA or other fraudulently iframed traffic.
     
  7. acevampire

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    Nor does any other CPA network I've ever heard of, which is why I'm so concerned with properly faking the referrer. >.>
     
  8. BlackHattin

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    Hello,

    I use maxbounty and i just put the ad im planning on promoting on my legit whitehat site (an entire page iframed by 100% by 100%) and then iframe that page from my other blackhat domain.

    Been paid 2k now and not had any problems from them.

    --Blackhattin--
     
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  9. acevampire

    acevampire Newbie

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    How interesting! Is any further faking involved, or is that it? Does the whitehat site have any unique content, or is it purely the iFramed CPA offer?
     
  10. dizz

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    look try studing a little more but some cpa will bounce if u dont follow the rules maxsteve is telling u how it is and u better belive him!
     
  11. acevampire

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    Why do you think I'm trying so hard to ensure that my precautions will work?
     
  12. dizz

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    just b strait up take heed to what im sayin....follow the rules and u will make bank
     
  13. acevampire

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    Ditch the plan entirely? Why should I do that? This community is dedicated to discussion of Blackhat methods and techniques.

    In any event, I'm looking to hear from BlackHattin some more. His input has proven to be the most substantial so far.
     
  14. 420money

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    It seems like a decent plan, I would just be careful and stay under the radar as much as possible if you are doing GodCPA or Cakeslicing offers. Advertisers have ways of finding these things out, even when you cover your tracks with the mentioned DMR trick.

    Just be careful!
     
  15. mystery

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    Great! Now it's up to Steve to hunt you down! LOL!
     
  16. acevampire

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    I've heard GodCPA doesn't leak nearly as often as Cakeslice, but I don't think I'm willing to pay for the software just yet, which is why I'm being forced to throw CPAredirect into the mix.

    Any other tricks I can incorporate into my campaign in order to establish further layers of security? :rolleyes:
     
  17. acevampire

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    I came up with an idea. What happens if I create an iFrame of a shortened URL leading to my offer, keeping CPA-R entirely out of the situation? Wouldn't this cause the referrer to become the shortened URL itself? Would this be considered blanking the referrer?
     
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    Affiliateer doesn't pay. Don't waste your time. Also, if you iFrame, you better hope to god that some of them convert or you're getting the banhammer.
     
  19. acevampire

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    They don't pay? I've heard reports that have stated otherwise.

    In regards to the iFrame, I've successfully hidden the referrer. I created an iFrame of the entire advertisement, ran that through cloakreferer.com, and ran the new link through bit.ly

    I'm iFraming the final bit.ly URL, and putting it on my blackhat website.
     
  20. counasden

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    Affiliateer pays ! I had no problem when i used them....
    But your right about getting them to convert...They will shut you down quick if your traffic isnt converting....