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mediatraffic worries

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by mak111, Apr 7, 2009.

  1. mak111

    mak111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    so ive just set up three great campaigns that i know will work.
    i set the destination to a URL i own and im redirecting to some random website in order for my campaigns to get approved.

    now god knows i am going back to my domain and changing its redirect to where i actually want this traffic to actually go. (the same place they came from except with my cookie)

    the question is, will they check where my leads are taken after my campaign has been approved?

    because i know they cant really track where my url is redirecting unless someone manually checks up on my campaigns
    anyone have experience with this/any othr techniques thatll make sure i dont get caught?
     
  2. mercy101

    mercy101 Registered Member

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    From experience once campaign has been approved, you should be alright, unless of course you add targets or change the destination url then it has to be re-approved. Hope this helps
     
  3. lbtrading

    lbtrading Newbie

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    I would definately use at least a double redirect, as I did a simular thing when ppv wasnt as well known,

    I was the only bidder for one of the biggest sites on the net, with just a single redirect, was spending about $400 to get a return of £1800/$3600 at the time.

    managed to get 2 months before being banned from the affiliate program.

    Definately cover your tracks and use domains with fake whois.
     
  4. wiseguy

    wiseguy Junior Member

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    Hey, lbtrading, wouldn't something like cparedirect be good enough to keep from getting banned?

    I'm planning on using PPV and redirecting traffic, and I can't understand why you'd be getting banned from the affiliate program.
     
  5. hannahbanana

    hannahbanana Registered Member

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    I wondered the answer to this, I had a campaign denied from mediatraffic and wondered if this would work, but never dared risk my account to try it.