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submiting your own emails discussion to cpa's

Discussion in 'CPA' started by looking, May 10, 2009.

  1. looking

    looking Junior Member

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    okay i know your not suppose to submit your own emails to cpa programs but what i don't understand is how you get away with doing them with godcpa or iframes?

    i know submitting your own won't convert but when you trick someone to submit theirs or force them to download a movie they won't convert either so i really cant grasp why it would be wrong.

    hope someone can help me understand.
     
  2. plunge

    plunge BANNED BANNED

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    aside from the obvious conversion issues, you should probably realize that unless you're careful to use proxies (and the right ones at that), they would see your IP address on multiple leads...
     
  3. crashed

    crashed Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Because its weird, just imagine if they look at your stats and every single offer on the site has 1 lead.

    Personally, when I join a new CPA network I'll pick a single offer, do it myself on a different computer to check if the conversion is recorded, and mail a test group to try the offer to make sure that the network isn't shaving me.
     
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  4. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    Nice scientific method. I'm trying out different aff networks.. I'm waiting for my tests to come.
     
  5. h8tricky

    h8tricky Junior Member

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    cpa companies have been around for a while they didn't hop on the web and start yesterday