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Old 09-30-2010, 01:39 AM
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Mirroring the thread Lucas made - is there anything interesting that you guys would like to know from a network point of view?

Right now I'm working on a tutorial for you guys on how to run a certain offer in our network - I think you'll like it quite a bit.

But I'm looking for more ideas to go with - besides offers etc. Is there anything that you want to know from the outside looking in?
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Old 10-01-2010, 10:37 PM
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From the outside looking in, the thing I want to understand and I think everyone wants to understand, is the scrubs. Why/when an offer scrubs, how to predict if the traffic you're sending will get scrubbed, and why an offer that takes either mobile pin submit or CC submit gets scrubbed.
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Originally Posted by joelwalsh View Post
From the outside looking in, the thing I want to understand and I think everyone wants to understand, is the scrubs. Why/when an offer scrubs, how to predict if the traffic you're sending will get scrubbed, and why an offer that takes either mobile pin submit or CC submit gets scrubbed.
There are no scrubs done at the network level if you are working with a legitimate network. Networks that do this - are shaving which is completely unethical.

Offers scrub when the traffic is not backing out for the advertiser. We all know that email/zip submits get scrubbed pretty harshly based on traffic quality.

Others offers can scrub as well like you pointed out but I don't see it happening nearly as often. There's really no way to prevent it - other then doing your best to deliver users that understand what they are getting and do not trick them into thinking they are getting something they are not. Easier said then done sometimes I know - but there's not a lot else you can do.
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