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Offers banned from my site because 'free' is in domain name

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Troshi, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    I need to run offers on this site, but the domain name has 'free' inside it which is not allowed for the offers I'm promoting. My traffic is coming organically from Google, about 2K hits a day. Origionally it was a blogspot.com but when it got traffic I bought the domain name and linked it to blogger. I need to add the offers back up, should I buy a new domain and 301 the old url? Will I loose my engine rankigns? I'm not sure how to do this on Blogger anyhow. I'd appreciate any help!
     
  2. sassafras

    sassafras Junior Member

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    Can't you just try a different network?
     
  3. rave12

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    Most CPA company and PDD company don't accept the word free and hack
     
  4. sassafras

    sassafras Junior Member

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    There must be a few. They won't be the best in the world but he'll still be getting more money than he is now.
     
  5. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    If I can easily fix this, I'd rather do that than switch networks.
     
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    faking a refer is not difficult.
    or use a new domain to redirect traffic.
    -=-
     
  7. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    I would rather not risk getting a network ban from faking or redirecting to mask the source...

    I figure most people would just change domain names and then 301, but I'm using Blogger.com so idk if anything like that is even possible.
     
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    thisismymp3 Power Member

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    Yea its a pretty common rule in any tos, think about it obviously its not free eventually
     
  9. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Sure, it may be common TOS but I've been doing it for 3 years without any problems till now.
     
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    Ye exactly, why not just change the domain name to something they'll be happy with?
     
  11. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    All my traffic is coming from Google rankings and I'm using a Blogspot. I'm not sure how to do that successfully without loosing all my rankings. That's why I posted this thread... asking for help
     
  12. Execute

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    Use offervault and find other networks with the same offers you are running and see if you can run them on that network, just explain the situation and tell them the traffic is good quality. If there isn't any success there, have a look into blogger 301 redirects, might be the only way.