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spaming forums - how to hide my cpa account?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by bugaga, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. bugaga

    bugaga Junior Member

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    I'm going to spam a lot of forums, and send all trafiic to CPA offer.

    If forum admin will click on my link, they will find the advertiser and can send abuse letter to them, then to my network.
    Actually this allready happend once, and i lost $1.2k. Fortunately haven't been banned from network.

    And because this technique brought me good money, i'm going to give it a try again.

    So, i'm looking a best way to hide my cpa account from forum admins?


    p.s. sorry for my poor english :)
     
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  2. bugaga

    bugaga Junior Member

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    anyone?
     
  3. zPro2010

    zPro2010 Junior Member

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    redirect links?
     
  4. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    Kind of a hard question, depends on the forum owner if he/she is savvy.

    But a redirect is probably the best.

    Or maybe iframe the offer page makes it just a bit harder to see the url
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  5. clickobey

    clickobey Junior Member

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    Ive heard of people making their own "cpa network" site then using redirects and iframing offers to include their newly created networks contact info on the page. The complaints would go to you then...
     
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  6. bugaga

    bugaga Junior Member

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    Redirects won't help as they are easy trackable. Thinking about iframe...

    If i will put an iframe and contact form for abuses on the same page, maybe this will help catch all complaints.
     
  7. saintbernardul

    saintbernardul Junior Member

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    I think this will help you:

    Code:
    http://www.linkcy.com/how.php
     
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  8. flymoonwy

    flymoonwy Newbie

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    redirect links?