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PPC 2nd tier networks that allow redirects in dest url?

Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by jean-jacques, May 23, 2009.

  1. jean-jacques

    jean-jacques Newbie

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    It would be great to have my destination url redirect directly to my affiliate offer rather than stop on my landing page first.

    I know this can't be done in google, yahoo and msn.

    any second tier networks with decent quality where I can:

    1. have the destination url be a DIFFERENT domain from display url in the ad?

    or

    2. have the destination url be the same domain as the display url, but the destination url redirects automatically to me affiliate offer

    Thanks.

    JJ
     
  2. jean-jacques

    jean-jacques Newbie

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    so, none?
     
  3. mak111

    mak111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    is there a reason why you wouldnt want to direct link to the offer page?

    i mean, if you want to go straight to the offer, why redirect at all?
     
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    He wants to redirect as its against the terms of service for many PPC companies to have PPC -> Affiliate links. Adsense and others ban this...
     
  5. mak111

    mak111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    but i have been direct linking to CB for like, ever.....

    and i have clicked lots of ads that go directly to CPA offer pages too.

    google doesnt seem to have a problem with it.
    if anyone can clear this up for me i would be thankful

    EDIT: i double checked, direct linking is fine with adwords :)
     
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    Yeah I second you on that mak111 I currently have a campaign running like that. I bought a cheap info domain and forward directly to the offer. I have no landing page and Goggle did not say anything.
     
  7. mak111

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    yea, i dont even do that though...

    i just direct link to the offer e.x.

    want to lose weight?
    okay fattie, click here and pay me
    $30 and make me happy.
    www.fattiehelpline.com

    and the add just goes to myaff.merchant.hop.clickbank.net

    i really dont see why you would ever want to forward to a domain you own.
    and for tracking i just use different clickbank subID's.
     
  8. jean-jacques

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    @mak111, dude you won't get away with that for long on GOOG. If you are now it will be temporary, they will catch you. It's against the terms and I've been bounced by GOOG when doing it.

    Your destination url and display url must match on GOOG and the display url can't redirect on the click to another domain per GOOG's terms.

    In many cases affiliate networks also don't want you to do this per the merchant's request.

    I' more concerned with the PPC network.

    GOOG won't work for me per the above, that's why I need a second tier network that will allow at least an auto-redirect, or better a different. 7Search maybe? Others?
     
  9. sommerof69

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    7search, findology, adengage, miva, etology.
    There you go. Why does people not know them? They allow direct linking, has better roi, much lower cpc and some also better customer support. Now just thank me and start making money. ( specially i love 7 search, they give me 250$ output when I make 75$ input, don,t tell anyone, lol)