How to ''Blank Reffer'' your site traffic towards your Affiliate

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IMPremiumAnte

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Since I'm the new user, I really want to contribute to this forum.
So i present my first tweak that you can use to HIDE refferer from your affiliates.

For example, if you have a youtube video that points to your site, once the visitor gets to your site and completes the offer. Advertisers will check from which traffic he came. My tweak is to redirect the guy from your website directly to offer so that your Affiliate cannot see, from where the user came to your site.

You dont want to direct link to your offer, Cause what if your offer dies, or Your AM finds your link or someone snitches you out. And plus how are you going to test what offer performs the best with this traffic. We will just point the link to a Page we control and we redirect from their.

Code:
<head>
<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">

var randomlinks=new Array

("http://Your OFFER LINK ONE .com", 

"http://Your OFFER LINK TWO .com", 

"http://Your OFFER LINK THREE .com", 

"http://Your OFFER LINK FOUR .com"); 

location.href = randomlinks[Math.floor(Math.random()*randomlinks.length)];

</script>
</head>

Just add that to an html page, fill in the offers you like and whichever one has the highest epc replace all them with the that one.
 

ppdmaster

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Very nice. One thing you shoudl do is add compatability for browsers with JS disabled. To do that, just use the double meta refresh trick inside noscript tags.
 

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Be warned though that this will raise red flags for your network, and you risk getting your account banned.
 

high5

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Blanking is pointless, you'll raise even more red flags.
 
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