Discussion in 'CPA' started by francis1017, May 26, 2013.
Title says it all!
Thanks in advance!
http://cpaf.ly is blogger safe. Content lockers are not though. They get quickly taken down
Is it ok to use adworkmedia's link locker? Planning to register in them this coming month.
how much they pay per lead ?
Yed its safe but you will have to use onclick because otherwise it will be flagged as spam.
I have blogger blogs with content lockers and none of them has been deleted, though I have set them to show up "onclick".
And link lockers won't be a problem because it is just a link.
I think blogspot de-indexes any blogs with content locker
Ye bloggers will remove your blog eventually depending on the niche you're in and how fast they will take it down.
Even though I have few examples of mine when it stayed live for a while.
I once used a Content Locker on Weebly, the site lasted for over 2 weeks before getting removed and my account getting banned.
There is always going to be a risk with hosting content lockers on blogging sites.
If you don't want to loose your income because of the fact that public blogging platforms ban you I suggest you to get a 1-2$ hosting plan with free domain name and install your own content locker on it. Period.
i got my pr 3 blogger blog removed in less than 3 hours of using a locker. and also disabled my adsense account associated with it.
i think blogger blogs with less google bot/spider visits will not be removed right away but eventually they will be.
I have a content locker on 2 weebly accounts that have been active for over 2 years (knocks on wood).... I did get an account banned that had a locker on it. The funny thing is that it is a seasonal site that I only locked for like 48 hours once a year. They deleted the account 3 or 4 months after I had taken the locker down. Not sure WTF is up with that.
easy after placing code disable your content locker , the blog will be deleted .
now do human verification [ go to deleted blogs ]
you blog will be live in 24 hours , re activate gateway .
Damn you're lucky
I think I got banned because of my niche, people reported my site because I didn't give them what they wanted. I was in the fake codes/cracks niche, so users probably reported the site, then when Weebly checked they no doubt were not please with the content locker
MCL and CLPro can be on blogger and it wont be deleted.
Link lockers works fine without any problem but content locker will definitely not work. I have heard some people having success with Content lock pro. And remember to hide the navbar in blogger blogs because it contains a report button.
If you're going to use blogger then, link locker is the way to go. However, advise you to get a wordpress site and use content locker instead.
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