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Terms for Campaign "Do not direct link"

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by SteamyMcSteam, Sep 20, 2009.

  1. SteamyMcSteam

    SteamyMcSteam Junior Member

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    Ok, so I'm going to place an ad in a newspaper somewhere with an offer I found on NB.

    The terms say

    "Do not direct link to xxxx.com or have xxxx.com as the destination url in g00gle"

    "DIRECT LINKING OFFER IN GOOGLE SEARCH AND CONTENT NOT ALLOWED. AFFILIATES MUST USE THEIR OWN LANDING PAGES AND CANNOT USE XXXXX.COM IN THEIR DISPLAY OR DESTINATION URL"

    I want to buy my own domain someone similar to the website and have it redirect to the offer. So my visitors will be punching in the address directly to their browser.

    If I build a dummy landing page, can I somehow make this work?

    Thanks
     
  2. dada2008

    dada2008 Junior Member Premium Member

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    I believe as long as you fake the referrer so it appears your traffic is coming from your landing page you should be fine.
     
  3. UNdefy

    UNdefy Registered Member

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    If it's going to be in a newspaper you don't have to worry about faking the referrer so much as it'll already be punched in and redirected from your own domain. Find a domain that works for you then look up an auto-redirection script.

    ~UNdefy
     
  4. SteamyMcSteam

    SteamyMcSteam Junior Member

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    I haven't found much on an auto-redirection script, can you elaborate?