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Using Godcpa for more than email submit. Possible?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by portugalkix, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    Hei there! I came to an idea but i'm not sure, how can this works.

    So, Godcpa does crop the email submit form, right?

    My question is, can we use Godcpa to crop entire Forms? (name, last name, email address, age, etc)


    Would this be possible?
     
  2. zensiq

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    Yes it crops any of the landing page, so whatever section of it you want.
     
  3. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    Are you sure?
     
  4. Silencer

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    Of course you can.

    You can crop something like $5 signup pages, etc...landing pages, more...
     
  5. jonnyh431

    jonnyh431 Junior Member

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    You could make a forum then fake the registration page with an iframed offer.
     
  6. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    Really? Is that easy?

    I didn't know. I have some cool ideas :)
     
  7. Warbucks

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    You could godcpa just the logo, or the copyright notice, if that's what you wanted to do. (not that I could imagine why you'd want to)

    All it cares about are "what is the page you want to crop out of" and "what are the coordinates of the box to crop".

    The big problem with godCPA and cakeslice is that many CPA offers are getting smart and moving stuff around on the page and making it really really hard to cut out a field and the submit. One offer I tried to cakeslice there was a graphic in between the field and submit with the words "INSURANCE QUOTE" showing inside the iFrame.

    But in the places it works, the godCPA/cakeslice method works very, very well.
     
  8. mrgodlike

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    Ya i've had problems w/ cakeslice and multipage CPA offers. I need help too, lol.
     
  9. Warbucks

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    iframing out submits isnt really going to work well with multipage submits. The second page the "action" space you want to iframe will be in a different location and most probably a different size.

    I've tried playing games with onSubmit and javascript but it never works right in every browser.

    For my money godcpa style iframes are a one trick pony. Single page submits work great, everything else is a bagful of fail.

    And, to beat a dead horse that everyone always adds to these threads, the traffic you send through a single page submit is going to be about 0% useful to the advertiser. All those hits you get, all those submits, not a single one will go past the first screen. They WILL catch up to you. Spread your traffic out across many networks, many ads, and make sure you not only send junk traffic to get your conversions down, but some targeted PPC at it as well to get QUALITY conversions.

    The big problem with godCPA is that it will convert TOO well and won't last. It's easier to get conversions but more work on the back end to keep the traffic looking reasonable.
     
  10. mrgodlike

    mrgodlike BANNED BANNED

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    What I'm trying to do is use *********'S CL Jobs method but with a twist: instead of telling them to use the customer application forms I want to iframe them so I can make it look more customized
     
  11. jonnyh431

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    Exactly, if for example you have some kind of loan offer that is set out like this:

    GET A LOAN!

    Name: [Input box here]
    Job Title: [Input box here]
    Salary: [Input box here]
    Loan Amount Wanted: [Input box here]

    You could then iframe the input boxes then tweak what information you want them to add.

    Job Application

    Name: [Input box here]
    Desired Job: [Input box here]
    Desired Salary: [Input box here]
    Previous Job Salary: [Input box here]


    Ok it's no the perfect example but you get the idea, the possibilities are endless.
     
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  12. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    Thank you for your answers.

    Now a question, for those who use Godcpa most of the time. How many leads should we have per offer before we change to another offer, just to stay under the radar?

    10 leads and than change?
     
  13. Warbucks

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    If this were possible I'd be a gazillionaire. Actually, no I wouldn't because it would be so saturated that nobody would be able to do anything.

    That's unfortunately not how iframes work. if you have two iframes on one page pointing to different areas of the same offer page, you have TWO separate copies of that offer up. It would be like having two completely separate browsers. Not to mention that your outer page cannot force the iframed page to submit, that's a security violation and is very strongly prevented.

    Like I said, iFraming is very good at... what it's good at. You're very limited in what you can do, basically a single rectangle pointing somewhere on a page. You then need to rely on that iframed page to do all the work. Sucks, doesn't it?
     
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    I wasn't talking about using two iframes, I was just showing how you can adapt a cpa offer to use with *********'s method.
     
  15. madinaz

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    LOL I'd give that a few hours max before your CPA network banned you because those loan offers call everyone that fills out their forms. LOL