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Old 11-12-2008, 04:01 AM
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Just tried to submit a 3 offer rotation on Zango, they do not appear to allow it. I see some other people have run into the same issue. Is there any way around this?
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I'm curious about this as well. I just submitted an rotation package and was denied, and when I checked with a Zango rep about possibly providing them with all the addresses in the package, I was told that it was not allowed at all.

Now, what I'm wondering is whether or not Zango checks back on your campaigns once they are approved. Can we just cloak temporarily, or are we going to get found out down the road?
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We might just have to do it the hard way: create a campaign, let it run for $50 or a few thousand views and then switch out the link to a different lander... More time consuming but it still works.
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I can't speak for Zango, but I switch out offers all the time and have never had a problem. I doubt that any of the networks check up on your campaigns, as that would just be too time consuming.
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What I do is setup a rotation package with as many offers as I want to show, say 5. Then I submit the campaign with only one offer, meaning for all 5 spots in my rotation I use the same offer.

Make sure that one offer doesn't have any exit pops or audio/video. Then once it's approved, I change the rotation however I want. So far so good.
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Old 12-17-2008, 06:56 PM
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Email from Zango for a campaign that was approved and running for awhile...

Our compliance team is continuously reviewing our ads to ensure that they are in accordance with our Code of Conduct. We have disapproved these ads because the landing pages appear to rotate, which is not allowed in our system as these types of ads are difficult for us to monitor. Please set up ads with only one landing page; if you can adjust these ads, please do so and let us know when complete; we will review again.

Do the other networks reject rotating offers?
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Old 12-18-2008, 12:38 AM
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AdOn and MediaTraffic seem to be fine with rotations. I'm sure I'll get busted on Zango after a review at some point, but I'll just play dumb when that happens.

"Oh so sorry, I hate it when they change the LPs without letting us affiliates now. Or, really there's a rotation? I must have put in the wrong link from my tracker..."

Has worked so far.
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Why don't you just leave one offer in "rotation" after you've collected enough data to determine which one in the best converter?
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Email from Zango for a campaign that was approved and running for awhile...

Our compliance team is continuously reviewing our ads to ensure that they are in accordance with our Code of Conduct. We have disapproved these ads because the landing pages appear to rotate, which is not allowed in our system as these types of ads are difficult for us to monitor. Please set up ads with only one landing page; if you can adjust these ads, please do so and let us know when complete; we will review again.

Do the other networks reject rotating offers?
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