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Trying to hide my traffic rout from the CPA company

Discussion in 'CPA' started by zivmaymon, Oct 24, 2010.

  1. zivmaymon

    zivmaymon Regular Member

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    Hi guys, I have a question:
    I'm promoting 3 CPA offers from my website but I can't let the CPA company know where the clicks come from.Is there anything I should write in the html before/after the links so this can happen? Is there anything else I should do?
    I will apreaciate any help guys,yours
    Ziv.
     
  2. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Search here for hide referer

    HTH .... :cool2:

     
  3. mbalochm

    mbalochm Newbie

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    yep or double meta refresh. or search Big G
     
  4. dennisyu

    dennisyu Power Member

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    just fake the referrer.
     
  5. effinOUTRAGE

    effinOUTRAGE Newbie

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    Double Meta Refresh into a php redirect. it's 3 files to go to one link...

    This may be the most covered topic on the forums btw.
     
  6. GVDon

    GVDon BANNED BANNED

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    Fake the referrer. Blanking it is going to cause issues when you're banking big.
     
  7. mastphil

    mastphil Newbie

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    There's no need to fake or blank the referrer. Just use an "Expiring Landing Page" and then everyone is happy.
     
  8. phph5

    phph5 Regular Member

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    You need only 1 php file if coded properly.
     
  9. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Could you expand on this a bit please?

    HTH .... :cool2:

     
  10. phph5

    phph5 Regular Member

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    I think that by "Expiring Landing Page" he means a link that will cease to be valid once visited. It will just redirect the user and become invalid afterwards, so even if an AM decides to take a look later, they will just be shown a message like "This link has already expired".
     
  11. jerrycorlisscj

    jerrycorlisscj Regular Member

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    It's my method, I always has many kinds of landing pages and just fake the referrer. Not get any problems till now.
     
  12. vasilicaciortan

    vasilicaciortan Power Member

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    Take a look here
    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/cpa/37204-fake-referrer-cpa.html
     
  13. AJMorgans

    AJMorgans Newbie

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    Most of them have ways to find out... be careful about what you are doing...
     
  14. mastphil

    mastphil Newbie

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    It's a page that only lasts a pre-defined amount of time (usually seconds), so when the visitor clicks through to the vendor (or the network), the vendor will be able to collect a referer URL, but when checking, it won't exist anymore.
    I can't post a URL, but if you Google "Expiring Landing Page" you'll easily find the URL where the method is explained and demonstrated.
     
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    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Hey thanks everyone.


    I know what an 'expiring' page is, etc.
    I thought there was something special being used in this circumstance.

    HTH .... :cool2: