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Problem with MaxBounty Email submit (newbie)

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Deusdies, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. Deusdies

    Deusdies Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    For the first time, I am running an email submit from MaxBounty. I cake-sliced it, and posted it here:
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    googlevoiceinvites.blogspot.com
    Now, I think I have a problem: the MaxBounty statistics shows 60 clicks, but only 3 leads?? How is that possible, if the only thing required is to have your email and click submit??

    Anyway, some users have reported that they can't see the sliced part at all (the email field and the "GO" button). I've noticed that I can't see it either if AdBlock+ is turned on.

    Any idea?

    Thanks!
     
  2. S M W

    S M W Junior Member

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    idk, maybe maxbounty steve can help you with this... just pm him!
     
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  3. BunThings

    BunThings Registered Member

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    As for the people not seeing you're cropped frame.. it could be they're using an out-dated browser.
     
  4. BalingDazzer

    BalingDazzer Regular Member

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    I'd remove that link if I were you. In fact, I'd delete everything in the post. But hey, that's just me...

    Edit: Oh, it's kind of too late for that. (Someone already quoted it.)
     
  5. kimkils

    kimkils Power Member

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    It's GEO targeted isn't it.

    For example i get this...

    [​IMG]

    Are you trying to say my email is a pair of boots?? :eek:

    I was all for the iframing at first, but really if you read various methods you can get people to legitimately sign up to offers and you can sleep better at night :rolleyes:
     
  6. LadRak

    LadRak Registered Member

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    I just wonder how this guy got aproved at MB and I wasn't...
    :facepalm:

    I second the motion of PM'ing MaxSteve, he's a great guy, and really helpfull on this forum.
     
  7. Gitnmesumcash

    Gitnmesumcash Junior Member

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    It displays fine both FF and IE, per the source you are using a referrer.us I myself have had issues with this and moved onto my own hosting with a dmr, I'm seeing more leads. Hope that helps.
     
  8. BalingDazzer

    BalingDazzer Regular Member

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    LadRak, did you read the first post in this thread? He is iFraming an offer for a BestBuy gift card and making it look like it's for a Google Voice invite! The only way Steve is going to be able to help him is by banning his a**!!!
     
  9. kimkils

    kimkils Power Member

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    :tumblewee Sarcasm :tumblewee
     
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  10. Deusdies

    Deusdies Regular Member

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    Never mind, I just got banned by MaxBounty anyways lol :D
     
  11. MaxSteve

    MaxSteve Junior Member

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    Cakeslicing is something we will never accept. Nothing but zero-value crap leads for merchants that does nothing more than piss them off.
     
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  12. Jared255

    Jared255 Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Lolz. Another one bites the dust.
     
  13. MaxSteve

    MaxSteve Junior Member

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    Actually, all I had to do was load his landing page and follow the links...
     
  14. iPwnJ00

    iPwnJ00 Junior Member

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    ROFLOL GG!

    He shouldn't have posted his link... -__-
     
  15. 7878

    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    ROFL. :D

    Will they ever learn?
     
  16. twoj04

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    I don't get it. Instead of taking so much time to send cakesliced leads, why not just find something that will convert for the advertiser? Would you pay someone 50 bucks for fraudulent leads?

    Bad leads leads to mad advertisers, to mad networks, to mad affiliate managers, and it just seems like a waste of time.

    My advice to the OP - With your next CPA network, make sure to send good leads, and sure as hell do not post any links to anything about whatever you are doing here on the forums. There are plenty of AMs here and they sure as hell aren't as nice and open as Steve. They will ban you for putting links here even if it is all WH.
     
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  17. Deusdies

    Deusdies Regular Member

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    Lesson learned.
     
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    owned by maxbounty +1