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Noob CPA Question....

Discussion in 'CPA' started by skylark516, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. skylark516

    skylark516 Regular Member

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    If an offer allows social media, then are you basically allowed to promote (spam) twitter, facebook, and etc. to promote the offer?

    Thanks to any that answer.
     
  2. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    I believe it means you can advertise on those website.
     
  3. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    I don't think any network allows you to spam on social networks but hey that's what BH is for ;)
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  4. skylark516

    skylark516 Regular Member

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    Can someone clarify? I'm getting conflicting answers.
     
  5. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    YES


    is the answer
     
  6. BENNY8877

    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    Spamming is a big no no. It will get you banned from the CPA network. I think it means that you can advertise with Facebook and Myspace. Not positive though.
     
  7. freedom09

    freedom09 Newbie

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    It means that you can advertise using Facebook PPC, just like google adwords. Facebook PPC has very strict rules. I tried to create a few facebook ads, all were rejected. I gave up at the moment, trying other methods. I will come back to this later.
     
  8. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It depends what CPA network you're running with. I'm in with GH/BH networks where me and the network manager openly talk about spam campaigns. Such things would get you insta-banned with most mainstream networks.
     
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  9. black1111

    black1111 Junior Member

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    consider spamming as advertising...you have to just then sit back and enjoy your earnings..
     
  10. justin71

    justin71 Junior Member

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    still be best to erase your steps, its better they dont know where your traffic comes from, and zero risk,
     
  11. justin71

    justin71 Junior Member

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    didnt know gh bh networks existed, care to let us know who they are?
     
  12. jbaem666

    jbaem666 Newbie

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    i'd suggest to use a dmr to blank the referrer using a dmr...
    this way the company won't ever see where your traffic is coming from
     
  13. thetraveller

    thetraveller Senior Member

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    I asked the same question my aff manager and she told me that I can promote on social sites as long as the traffic comes to one of my sites where the campaign ad is placed, and avoiding placing the aff code directly on social sites.
     
  14. amberlamps

    amberlamps BANNED BANNED

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    dmr is overrated create a dummy site filter all your links through thats.