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Old 08-19-2008, 01:20 AM
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Default Is there a way to disable exit-popups?

I was going through some offers that I really want to promote but they all have exit popups. My AM told me they can't disable them, is there any scripts that we can use to disable them?
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Old 08-19-2008, 09:57 PM
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You AM is a meathead. Ask for a new AM then get them to disable the f'ing pop ups on your account.

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Does this apply to exit popups like link is saying? You know the ones, "wait don't go a rep wants to speak with you" I thought those were embedded in the offer page and aren't controlled by the network.
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Old 08-20-2008, 04:28 AM
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Odds are those are clickbank offers?

I don't think clickbank likes ppv traffic, but I've never really done much with clickbank ever.
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I have seen them a lot on the trial offers.
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yeah, these are on almost all of the trial offers i see.
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Originally Posted by darwinstudios View Post
yeah, these are on almost all of the trial offers i see.
Yea, those that pop-ups and say 'please I beg you, don't go, please don't go'.. quite a lot of offers have them like crush calculators, weight loss, etc..

According to them, those are embedded by the advertisers by default and they're not able to remove the popups.
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I had an AM tell me that it was up to the company who created the ad. When I asked if it was possible to remove, they said it wasn't a problem on their end but would have to ask the creator of the ad.

SO I would think it's doable.
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if you are dealing with cpa networks the advertiser (offer creator) is the entity that created the popup and they can disable it.

It is only a few lines of code that have to be entered into the affiliate tracking platform they use. However, my experience has been that the advertiser usually controls that side of the interface.
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If it is one of those "Please wait, while we get an operator" things, you have to get the company to disable it. OR you could collect their name and email address and send the offer by email instead.
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