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Maxbounty questions

Discussion in 'CPA' started by bokon, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. bokon

    bokon Newbie

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    I just got accepted at maxbounty and I was wondering how to go about marketing some of the one-field offers. I was thinking doing the craigslist method (post under the free section) and doing a direct link from the email reply that I send. However, I am not sure if this is the best way. Do I still need to do the whole "blank the referrer" thing? Sorry, but I'm new to BH techniques. I've only been doing WH adsense and clickbank until now...

    Thanks!
     
  2. Kamilion

    Kamilion Regular Member

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    Congratualtions.You are now one of the millions Cpa affiliates

    It would be better if you hide craiglist traffic from CPA company,just cloak your link or add php redirection,make sure that your aff manager doesnt see the referrer

    Good luck
     
  3. megaforcetkd

    megaforcetkd Registered Member

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    If they say your ad is approved for email traffic, then you should be fine. Just DO NOT post your affiliate link directly on the CL post, or you may get banned. If you post it up, then you should use the DMR/blank the referrer so they don't know people are clicking from CraigsList.
     
  4. bokon

    bokon Newbie

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    Also, If I am doing multiple posts, should I use a proxy or similar tool? Thanks!
     
  5. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    Yes, you should also really use a different e-mail address to avoid being flagged quicker or even being removed on auto pilot, I mean, the same e-mail, the same IP, but being posted in two completely different states/locations, looks a bit fishy!