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Old 12-23-2008, 08:04 PM
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Default Anybody else getting disapproved ads? Exit popups without having exit popups?

There are a lot of campaigns that aren't approved because they have exit poups.

The problem with this is that they don't have any exit pops of any sort.

Are they on drugs?

For example, I was tracking one campaign then decided to get rid of tracking and do a direct link. I resubmitted and it was promptly disapproved even though it was the same landing page.

Anybody else having this same problem?
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Yeah.

I just add a whitespace at the end of the destination URL and resubmit.

And if it fails again, I just delete the whitespaces and submit.

I just do this until it gets approved. (100% success rate)
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Old 12-24-2008, 01:34 AM
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So strange. I'll keep trying the resubmit. Maybe they'll realize that I don't have an exit popup. Thanks!
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Old 12-24-2008, 03:13 AM
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Originally Posted by domainmachine View Post
There are a lot of campaigns that aren't approved because they have exit poups.

The problem with this is that they don't have any exit pops of any sort.

Anybody else having this same problem?
I had this problem with MediaTraffic. It was happening to me on a lot of campaigns.

From looking at log files I figured out that their checkers always access from somewhere in Canada. On offers that don't accept Canadian traffic, they'll get redirected to an alternate offer, which sometimes has pop-ups (things like Webfetti, etc.)

My solution was to make my own version of the a.php tracking script which checks what country the user is accessing from. If the country of the user isn't accepted by the offer, it sends them to a default offer for their country. So far it's working - no erroneous campaign rejections since I set that up.

I bet they have the same sort of rocket surgeons in charge of the checking at Traffic Vance, so that may be what you're running into.
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Old 12-24-2008, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by zepp View Post
I had this problem with MediaTraffic. It was happening to me on a lot of campaigns.

From looking at log files I figured out that their checkers always access from somewhere in Canada. On offers that don't accept Canadian traffic, they'll get redirected to an alternate offer, which sometimes has pop-ups (things like Webfetti, etc.)

My solution was to make my own version of the a.php tracking script which checks what country the user is accessing from. If the country of the user isn't accepted by the offer, it sends them to a default offer for their country. So far it's working - no erroneous campaign rejections since I set that up.

I bet they have the same sort of rocket surgeons in charge of the checking at Traffic Vance, so that may be what you're running into.
That's GREAT information. Thanks a lot.

BTW, I did get approved but only after the 4th attempt. It's not typically like that though. Maybe they're just eager to get out and grub on some xmas eve food.
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