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Will Peerfly accept brand new sites as landing pages?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ramsweb, Apr 16, 2011.

  1. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    I am thinking about applying for Peerfly as I want a particular CPA offer for my website. I just got it indexed a few days ago but it is getting about 100 visitors a day already.

    Does the website have to be old to get accepted by Peerfly or will they ask for proof of traffic before approving applicant. I do not have a Peerfly account by the way.
     
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    nerrvana Junior Member

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    When I applied two years ago, I didn't have any problems..and I setup a quick 400 word blog.

    I do remember they wanted me to fax a picture ID..which I did..I thought it was weird but no problems.
     
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    DebtFreeMe Regular Member

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    I got an account with them without specifying any website at all. They do call you over the phone, or at least they did me, and I just explained that I had some IM experience but that I was just now branching out into CPA offers. It didn't take much and I had an account with them...

    Good Luck.
     
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  4. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    I got into Peerfly with an autoblog full of scraped content, by verifying my phone number with their automated system and filling out their online questionaire. Then they banned me and didn't pay me for the $1000+ of credit card holding member's area traffic I sent them. Tread with caution.
     
  5. Ramsweb

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    Wow, was it because your autoblog was against their terms of service. Did they give you a reason why they banned you? I thought Peerfly was one of the better companies out there.
     
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    The traffic wasn't coming from the blog, it was coming from a site I was... ahem... "aggressively messaging" the members area of. But it was all top quality traffic - confirmed credit card holding buyers in a particular niche. But they got their knickers in a twist about it, but didn't tell me that until AFTER I'd sent them a good chunk of change. So they may technically have been within their TOS to ban me, but they're still dicks in my book.
     
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    ba_laz Power Member

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    same here,banned before payday and no reason was given,the traffic/signups were all whitehat,
     
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  8. Ramsweb

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    That sucks. It looks like they just used your traffic to make some money before banning you. Or who knows, maybe they are good people who just didn't get to see your traffic source until your leads already made good money.