CPA Slice And Dice

Last November, I held an event in Toronto and one of the speakers was Jonathan van Clute who talked on the topic of “Coding for Marketers.” He touched upon beginner and advanced coding strategies and he also talked about black hat coding strategies. Below is a small portion of his presentation where he talks about slicing and dicing a CPA offer and placing it on your own landing page. Although he doesn’t provide the exact code on how to do this, I am pretty sure you can find it if you search hard on the Internet or look for it in the forums. Some CPA advertisers will allow you to do this while others may not, so use at your own discretion. Please give the video some time to load as it is a large file. (If you can’t see a video screen at all below, you may need to deactivate your anti-virus software that may be blocking it.)

Comments? Feel free to leave them.

Cheers
Gauher

7 comments

  1. I’ve heard about this but everytime I asked an affiliate manager about doing this they all said no! Any ideas on offers that they would allow?

  2. I think this is considered BH and no network will allow this !

  3. i think CPALead and BlamAds might allow this technique

  4. This is really interesting video, cool technique but I think it`s a little risky.

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  5. I know this & It is BH technique. They will ban you if you use it

  6. Matt

    That’s funny… I wrote that for Jonathan. Yeah… it’s definitely against t.o.s., but the script he’s using manages your referrer footprint. And the leads will actually convert when you do it right (which Jonathan showed). I do it and don’t get banned… but you’d definitely better know what you’re doing and make sure you’re sending quality leads.

    This is a *very* aggressive technique and absolutely not for noobs.

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  7. Tom

    You will either get a warning to knock it off by your AM, but failing that, an instant ban. But as Jonathan said if you use it you MUST spoof the referrer. Alot of these scripts just blank it which is no good IMO, no referrer is virtually spelling out to them what you’re doing.

    All depends on your appetite for risk. Personally I think of this as a grey hat technique that can yield good results if used the right way as Jonathan has shown.

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