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PPV on Commission Junction

Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by sre94, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. sre94

    sre94 Junior Member

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    Do they allow it?
     
  2. pmorela

    pmorela Newbie

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    Im new on this site and I need some help can you help me or refer someone who can help me:)
     
  3. sandycat

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    No. If you even mention Adbrite, Mediatraffic, Trafficvance any of it, they'll suspend your account immediately for unauthorized 3rd party traffic.
     
  4. nowimhere

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    Thats weird, I cant see it in any of their TOS
     
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    can somebody else recommend a good way of getting traffic for $ or otherwise?
     
  6. sre94

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    So is there any way of getting around it other than blanking the referrer?
     
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    bert6911 Registered Member

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    blanking the referrer will not help you. CJ will ban on blank referrers. Also PPV throws dirty UA's that will get you banned almost instantly.
     
  8. sre94

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    can you tell me what a UA is?
     
  9. handi

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    Really? That sucks. Puts a damper on my plans...

    Also can someone explain what a UA is?
     
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    UA is User Agent (probably)
     
  11. sandycat

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    yes, the UA is another issue. Ebay looks at UA more then most people though. I don't think CJ does nearly as much.
     
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    do it through ur own LP and u shld be fine.
     
  13. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Just a note from someone with experience in this area, it's not necessarily CJ themselves who will ban you, but the individual advertisers, especially the bigger ones, watch this stuff like a hawk. They also have computers with MediaTraffic, TrafficVance, etc adware installed on it so they can monitor their URLs.
     
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    Umm, yes they do.

    They will ban you at the drop of a hat if they even see one dirty ua slip through.
     
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    I know this is an old thread.... but I'm new here... :)

    Couldn't you just take the PPV traffic and send it to a landing page your site, and then direct those people to the CJ offer? yes, you will not get everyone to click through a second time, but you would be staying within the advertisers' TOS, no?

    Al