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New Tactic For Adwords?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by buddyboy, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. buddyboy

    buddyboy Junior Member

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    With the recent crackdown of affiliates I was wondering if it would be possible to iframe an entire page of the affiliate link onto my lander? Not new to PPC, but I am new to iframes.
     
  2. Wini23

    Wini23 Junior Member

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    Of course it's possible but if the AdWords guys review your account/campaign manually you could get a bad quality score. Google don't likes this kind of landing pages any longer but you are still allowed to use them.
     
  3. rxxpertz

    rxxpertz Regular Member

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    Everything is allowed as long as you dont get squared by Google Manual editors. :D

    Can help you setup your PPC campaign for pushing your affiliate pages. PM me. :D
     
  4. lyserg

    lyserg Newbie

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    I have an profitable adwords campaign running since a few weeks with an iframed cpa offer landing page. I dont know about the quality score because I only advertise in the content network. The click prices are ok I think.
    But in the next days I want to start an proper landing page for this offer. I can tell you then how the prices change.
     
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  5. BlackHatSoda

    BlackHatSoda Junior Member

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    It may work for a while but if there is no actual content on your site, just an iframe, you're going to get a low quality score, maybe too low to have your ads shown.

    Best thing to do is copy the affiliate landing page (the HTML, CSS and images) and recreate it on your site. If it has a signup/order form on the main page, replace it with a "Order Now" or some other call to action button which links to the actual affiliate page. Make sure all the links on the page are going to your affiliate link. You can then add some additional header/footer/side bar links to other pages that you create for additional content. This will help make your site look legit and provide content for a better quality score.

    Having a single page site will get you flagged quickly.
     
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