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Neverblue - going directly to offer page?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by blackieman, May 18, 2009.

  1. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Hi, reading Neverblue TOS, you are supposed to have a visitor land on a page you own BEFORE going to an offer page. To me this means you cannot register a cheap domain that redirects automatically to NB, and include that in ezine articles, etc.

    Any experience with this. I am just starting out with them, and want to stay within the boundry:eek: all white hat.
     
  2. komas

    komas Junior Member

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    I think if you contact your AM first that will not be a problem. Just send him an email and tell that you want to try the offers before have a landing page.
     
  3. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Thanks komas, I will give that a try. From what you are saying, I gather that at the end a landing page is needed.
     
  4. S M W

    S M W Junior Member

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    are u sure you came to the right place?

    usually when i see that message it's for an email submit and they are asking that you direct your surfers thru your own servers and not directly to the offer. that is so when they get a complaint about spamming it appears that YOU are the spammer and not the cpa company. therefore, a simple domain redirect would be suitable for this task.
     
  5. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Here's some stuff in their AUP:

    Prohibited: automatic redirection

    not be a "shared server" I presume it means squidoo or hubpages, that to me would be an example of shared server

    If anyone has more info, it is appreciated. Otherwise I will check with rep.