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Misrepresenting yourself for offers

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by locknload007, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. locknload007

    locknload007 Power Member

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    I am working on something that I will basically be misrepresenting a program to get gifts. I will be using GEO to help in making them feel they were selected because their area has openings.

    It is not really all that different than saying you are looking for testers, but that is not what I am doing. I guess one difference is that usually the affiliate offer pages say they are looking for testers, or do they? I am sure not all do and people still claim they are looking for testers.

    I guess at some point if we are on here and doing these affiliate offers one should not feel guilty about how they get people to click and enter their email.

    If the affiliates pay for those that claim to be looking for testers, then they should pay for what I am about to do.

    I likely wont be using the click scripts. I have a website of the same name I will be using for the page. Only thing I could get complaints about is the affiliate "scam" offers and for it not being the program I represent it as, as in my example, a testing company.

    any thoughts?
     
  2. locknload007

    locknload007 Power Member

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    If anyone wants to JV on this PM me.

    Right now I have it set up that they will be told that we have openings in their area, they will be asked to click a link, they will be taken to a website, they will see an affiliate ad in an iframe inside a template. I think it will increase the odds of them entering their email.

    Referrer is showing the sites base index.php. If the affiliate goes to index.php, they will see the front of the site, no iframe. I basically do an if statement that there has to be a certain id, it there is, it will put the iframe in. I can do as many if statements as I want.

    I think this has a chance to do well. Quality page, quality template site. Now just filling the site in with content, then driving FB members to the page.

    I will also do a something on one tab on the page that they dont qualify for a function offer, but they do qualify for two others. Trying to make it seem more real. Being rejected, then accepted for another makes them feel good and want to jump in and do it.