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What to tell AM if Traffic is Being DMR'd?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by GreenHustler, Aug 22, 2009.

  1. GreenHustler

    GreenHustler Junior Member

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    Pretty much as the title asks! If I'm using a double meta refresh to blank my referrer, what should I tell the AM if they enquire about my traffic? Should I say that I'm running PPC campaigns? Or even just tell them that I don't want to disclose that information to them?
     
  2. Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko Regular Member

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    Yea, tell them you are running PPC campaigns.
     
  3. Zo0mer

    Zo0mer Registered Member

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    Do you think it is better to fake the refer or use the DMR? Not sure how you would fake it tho, for a PPC google, would it be just google.com ?
     
  4. TheInternetHustler

    TheInternetHustler Regular Member

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    Say you keep your traffic sources private. AMs and networks have stolen their clients campaigns before (hasnt happened to me, but I've seen proof of it happening to others) so its not unheard of to blank your refs even with white hat campaigns. If you AM doesnt like the answer, move on to another network..
     
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