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Old 04-26-2011, 02:13 AM
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Default I'm being sniped! Solution...?

Does anyone know of a way you can cloak on offer page so that the address bar shows something different, almost like an iframe, but more like a 301 redirect?

I'm having issues with people popping on the offer page and stealing commissions as well as popping competing offers.

Does anyone have recommendations as to what they typically do? I'm working on Leadimpact so it's pops galore.

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Collect the ips that are doing it and block them all with .htaccess.
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.htaccess will only prevent that ip from accessing your domain.

the best first step you can take is to get a new domain, make it private and put it on a separate block. this is assuming they're sniping your domain.

next step is to also rename all your landing pages, get a new publisher id and try and keep targets out of your URL's

if you're using cpvlab, rob is taking some measures soon to help with this problem as well.





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You have to do the opposite of SEO -- that is to take your keywords out of your URL and out of page names and titles. You also have to take the keywords out of the meta tags.

Lead Impact reads the keywords in the domain name, in the page file name, in the page title, and in the meta tags -- and probably finds other clues as well, such as scanning the text on the page.

There's ways to get around each of these.

But when it comes to someone else's offer page, you can't control these factors. An iframe should work, although I worry about tracking issues and getting full credit for sales, but can't think of any other way around it.

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hey guys just a report back,

instead of iframing the offer, i emailed the LI team and reported the person who was popping the same offer on my offer. They removed the advertiser off the target and emailed me back to let me know.

So if you're spying with the toolbar you can see this and just email support
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Great info, thanks!
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Originally Posted by particles View Post
You have to do the opposite of SEO -- that is to take your keywords out of your URL and out of page names and titles. You also have to take the keywords out of the meta tags.

Lead Impact reads the keywords in the domain name, in the page file name, in the page title, and in the meta tags -- and probably finds other clues as well, such as scanning the text on the page.

There's ways to get around each of these.

But when it comes to someone else's offer page, you can't control these factors. An iframe should work, although I worry about tracking issues and getting full credit for sales, but can't think of any other way around it.

-Aaron
Hey Mr. Aaron (particles), what ways can we get around this problem, big bro'?

THANKS for the info by the way...

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Originally Posted by breakdance View Post
Hey Mr. Aaron (particles), what ways can we get around this problem, big bro'?

THANKS for the info by the way...

don't put keywords in your domain, titles, meta or file names and encrypt your on page with javascript for starters or only use images (again with unrelated file names)

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don't put keywords in your domain, titles, meta or file names and encrypt your on page with javascript for starters or only use images (again with unrelated file names)
Exactly!

Another way to stop the leaks is to rotate your domain.com names every few weeks if someone else is popping on your domain or if someone is popping on your tracker domain.

You can put your own domain and/or tracking domain into a campaign to see if anyone else is bidding on your domain (and you'll see how much they're willing to pay )

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