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Too many leads?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by laxj11, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. laxj11

    laxj11 Newbie

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    I'm iframing an offer and just got 7 leads in 30 clicks. This is the most ever for me within an hour. Is this suspicious? What can I do to counteract the suspiciousness?
     
  2. Four Seasons

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    Yeah, that's very suspicious. Rotate your ads, add junk traffic.
     
  3. artest

    artest Registered Member

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    If he used a CPA Redictor shouldn't he be just fine?
     
  4. raybes

    raybes Junior Member

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    They know about iFrames and faking the referer, if you send traffic that has an abnormally high conversion rate on your end but no conversions on the advertisers end (since they aren't ever filling out the second page) they will know what is going on. You need to send legit leads too.
     
  5. lykathe

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    I used to get 30-50% conversion rates no prob, got paid every time. Im pretty sure it's all in the quality of your leads. If your iframing the context out of the ads, then people aren't likely to continue filling it out. But if they really want the free ipod or w/e, they will.
     
  6. raybes

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    You're right, if iFraming converted on their end they wouldn't have a problem with it to begin with. I'm under the impression that most people iFraming here aren't leaving the frame in context, though.