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What is a Content Locker?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by CountStacula, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. CountStacula

    CountStacula BANNED BANNED

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    Can someone explain to me what a content locker is?
     
  2. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    It is a script that blocks a webpage with good content.

    The user can not access your content unless he/she does what you want them to like complete a offer, like a fb page etc.
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  3. chipmunk951

    chipmunk951 Senior Member

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    Hey Count, Long time no talk in the SC Chat Rooms :)

    A Content Locker is one of those pages you visit where the site you can't use it and there's an overlay that won't let you continue to see the site until you complete a survey or offer :)
     
  4. eloquenceeee

    eloquenceeee Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    In addition, you can get a blocker like such from any CPA website such as LeadBolt.
     
  5. wpbacklinks

    wpbacklinks Elite Member

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    content locker locks your website content, and you have to do some offer (surveys) then you can continue read or get the website content, and i hate content locker! :D
     
  6. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    Content lockers: The reason I bothered to rediscover how to disable JavaScript. :p