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Neverblue and offers question

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by graham23s, Jun 7, 2009.

  1. graham23s

    graham23s BANNED BANNED

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    Hi Guys,

    On the campaign i'm testing im using a redirect in my hosting like:

    1) register http://www.site.com
    2) http://www.site.com redirects to-> affil link (setup in hosting cpanel)

    in the neverblue stats i can see 3 clicks so far but no impressions (because im directly linking)

    is that ok or do they need to see impressions aswell?

    cheers guys

    Graham
     
  2. kamikaza

    kamikaza Regular Member

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    impressions are for banners, if you drive traffic to their landing page their should'nt be imprerssions
     
  3. graham23s

    graham23s BANNED BANNED

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    ah doh lol true.

    thanks mate

    Graham
     
  4. LadRak

    LadRak Registered Member

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    A quick note to graham23s.

    If you do it that way, the network will know where the traffic came from.

    What I usually do, is create a webpage with a background image and a button in the center. Then, the button wich leads to domain.com/offer has a 302 redirect to the CPA/aff link. If they check the traffic, it came from the main page, domain.com.



    Also, as I have this doubt, it is ok to have 0 impressions, as long as the only method of promotion is not banner? So, having 100 clicks, you only have to worry with conversion, right? (Isn't it bannable to have a conversion rate of 90% on a email.submit/soft.install and 0 impressions)?

    Regards,
    LadRak
     
    Last edited: Aug 21, 2009