Set-up Double Meta Refresh

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I have a DMR script but I don't quite understand where to put it for it to work.

I would be willing to pay someone to help me set this up please.
 

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Is it an attempt to blank your traffic?
If so i have a script that allows you to fake your traffic. Lemme know if you want it. Faking is better than blanking your traffic.
 

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i'll help u out. what part do u not get?
user clicks on banner/link -> send to first refresh page -> redirect to second refresh page -> to your offer. simple
 

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It's pretty easy. You add your links into the script. Then you put 1st.php and 2nd.php into the root of your wh domain. Make sure that 1st.php points to www.whdomain.com/2nd.php. 2nd.php will have your affiliate links in it.

Then you set up your bh domain links pointing to www.whdomain.com/1st.php

You should know that it's not ideal. I've been busted using it (don't ask me how). It might have been because the CPA network actually called the customer and the customer told them.

Most importantly you'll lose A LOT of traffic from browsers that won't clean the referrer - they'll just get caught in the loop.
 

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^ thats true. dmr wont work in few browsers like chrome for example
 

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Yeah, thats why it can be better to use a javascript redirect. Because a double meta can get it caught up sometimes.

It's pretty easy. You add your links into the script. Then you put 1st.php and 2nd.php into the root of your wh domain. Make sure that 1st.php points to www.whdomain.com/2nd.php. 2nd.php will have your affiliate links in it.

Then you set up your bh domain links pointing to www.whdomain.com/1st.php

You should know that it's not ideal. I've been busted using it (don't ask me how). It might have been because the CPA network actually called the customer and the customer told them.

Most importantly you'll lose A LOT of traffic from browsers that won't clean the referrer - they'll just get caught in the loop.
 

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Is it an attempt to blank your traffic?
If so i have a script that allows you to fake your traffic. Lemme know if you want it. Faking is better than blanking your traffic.

Very interesting. How much would you charge to set it up.

I have plans for cpa offers, so I wish to hide the traffic source from the cpa network. I also do not want the traffic to know that they are being directed by an affiliate link.
 

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Yeah, thats why it can be better to use a javascript redirect. Because a double meta can get it caught up sometimes.


No I don't think so. It will be very easy to catch some one that uses javascript for redirect, since it is on client side. Where as DMR script which is basically php is installed on your server and difficult to trace.

BTW, have you tried prosper 202?
 

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No I don't think so. It will be very easy to catch some one that uses javascript for redirect, since it is on client side. Where as DMR script which is basically php is installed on your server and difficult to trace.

BTW, have you tried prosper 202?

They are both on the client side.
 
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