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IFraming an Offer with Tracking202 on the first Page

Here is the correct code to use for iframing an offer with Tracking202. The Prosper202 self-hosted version will be slightly different, but its the exact same idea. Place the Javascript at the end, and have the iframe src set to the landing page outbound link, not the php redirect code.

<html>
      <head>
           <title>Title Goes Here</title>
      </head>
      <body style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;" scroll="no">
           <iframe src="http://redirect.tracking202.com/lp/XXXXXX" style="border: 0px; width: 100%; height:100%;"></iframe>
           <script src="http://static.tracking202.com/lp/XXXXXX/landing.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
      </body>
</html>

Blackhat: Using hidden content on your landing page

Because iframes are simply iframing another site, they generally never have any acutal content the search engine spiders can pickup. But there is a way, if you use a hidden div element, you can place text inside the hidden but because the div css is styled to not display: readers on the website won't be able to read the text although the text is there for the crawlers to pickup. This is good if you want to stuff your landing page with content that wil help you achieve a higher qualitly score when the spiders come your way. Below is an example, we have bolded the div to make it easier to see.

<html>
      <head>
           <title>Title Goes Here</title>
      </head>
      <body style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;" scroll="no">
           <div style="display: none;">None of my text inside this hidden div can be seen here can be seen.</div>
           <iframe src="http://redirect.tracking202.com/lp/XXXXXX" style="border: 0px; width: 100%; height:100%;"></iframe>
           <script src="http://static.tracking202.com/lp/XXXXXX/landing.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
      </body>
</html>

Using an Iframe on the 2nd page, instead of redirecting through the affiliate link

Sometimes you may just want a regular landing page as the first page the visitor sees, but then instead of having a link that redirects out to the offer destination url, you instead want the 2nd page to just be an iframe of the offer. So in this aspect the visitor never actually leaves your domain. They land on the first page, which is a regular page that tries to make them click through and then instead when they click through to redirect them to the offer, you instead have a page that iframes the offer. This makes it look like the user is still on your page. Below I will show you how to do this.

The basic concept is acutally quite simple; instead of redirecting to the affiliate url, we are now just going to have an iframe and paste the affiliate url as the IFRAME SRC. You can do this by modifing the simple or advance landing page PHP REDIRECT code by using the example below. All that is happening is instead of using the previous header() command which redirects the user, we now echo (which prints to HTML) the url in the IFRAME SRC. See below:

<?php
  
//$tracking202outbound is where the user is suppose to be redirected to
  
if (isset($_COOKIE['tracking202outbound'])) {
    
$tracking202outbound $_COOKIE['tracking202outbound'];     
  } else {
    
$tracking202outbound 'http://redirect.tracking202.com/lp/xxxxx';   
  }
  
?>
  
<html>
   <head>
       <title>Title Goes Here</title>
    </head>
    <body style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;" scroll="no">
          <iframe src="<? echo $tracking202outbound?>
                 style="border: 0px; width: 100%; height:100%;"></iframe>
    </body>
</html>

Responses

  1. Jamie on Jun 25, 2008 at 7:51pm

    Does the technique using <div style="display: none;"> to hide content really work to improve the quality score for Adwords? It just seems so easy for Google to see this.

  2. Wes Mahler on Jun 25, 2008 at 9:13pm

    Although I can't say absolutely for sure, I'm sure it does help, I always generally include it though. I don't think it could really hurt you, it'd be crazy for them to penalize for any references to display: none, there are all types of ways to hide the content in other ways of display: none.

  3. Jamie on Jun 27, 2008 at 1:05pm

    Hmm. I just received a note that Google is banning my friend's site for hiding text. He used #seo { height: 1px; overflow: hidden; } in his stylesheet. How is this different than <div style="display: none;"> ? How can hiding text to improve the quality score still work?

    Here's the message from Google:

    My

    Dear site owner or webmaster of foo.com,

    While we were indexing your webpages, we detected that some of your pages were using techniques that were outside our quality guidelines, which can be found here: http://www.google.com/webmasters/guidelines.html <http://www.google.com/webmasters/guidelines.html>

    In order to preserve the quality of our search engine, we have temporarily removed some webpages from our search results. Currently pages from foo.com are scheduled to be removed for at least 30 days.

    Specifically, we detected the following practices on your webpages:

    * The following hidden text on foo.com:

    e.g.

    fooword1, fooword2, etc.

    [...]

    We would prefer to have your pages in Google's index. If you wish to be reconsidered, please correct or remove all pages that are outside our quality guidelines. When you are ready, please visit:

    https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/reinclusion?hl=en

    to learn more and request a reconsideration request.

    Sincerely,

    Google Search Quality Team

  4. Wes Mahler on Jun 28, 2008 at 1:06am

    Well either way you do it it's still hiding text, the reason it can improve the QS is because you can put more rich content, that is related to the keyword your trying to get a good QS on.

    It sounds like the website was removed more so, for SEO, was that for PPC? At any rate sure, if your caught doing it by someone manually or automatically at google they'll probably ding you.

  5. Sell Porn Make Money on Jul 10, 2008 at 8:48am

    Looks like google banned the site from organic, but paid would still be available and I think this solution is better for PPC anyway. Thats just my minimum bid of .05 cents :)

  6. Rafael on Jul 10, 2008 at 9:15am

    I have been looking for a good way to do direct linking on Adwords/Yahoo/Facebook so I can quickly test offers and see if it´s worth my time and money to design a proper landing page.

    For some reason I have never been able to get a direct linking campaign going for more than a day. I usually do a redirect from my domain to the offer landing page.

    Any pointers on how to successfully start a direct linking campaign?

  7. Wes Mahler on Jul 10, 2008 at 5:02pm

    Try turning off cloaking on the direct link campaigns, and increase bid to see if you get traffic. Check to make sure your ads/keywords aren't disapproved because of QS issues.

  8. Dave Trebas on Jul 21, 2008 at 5:40pm

    The other way is to use an img tag with the source the affiliate link and set the image size something like 1 px by 1 px -

    I don't know if this works - read it on a forum somewhere

  9. Eric on Aug 11, 2008 at 2:26am

    Wes, what's the reason you're suggesting to turn off cloaking on direct link campaigns? Thanks

  10. Wes Mahler on Aug 11, 2008 at 9:08am

    Because the PPC engines have a hard time following through the 2 cloaked redirects, and it can give you a really bad QS.

  11. Eric on Aug 12, 2008 at 2:08am

    Hm, I also already thought about that. If cloaking is turned off, will e.g. {OVRAW}/{OVKEY} data in case of YSM be passed to the offer page?

    My understanding is, without cloaking the following happens:

    YSM --(OVRAW)--> T202 --(SubID)--> Offer

    So my keywords are safe. Is that correct? If so, how would the scheme look with cloaking on? And what's the benefit if keywords already won't be passed with cloaking off?

  12. Wes Mahler on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:31am

    Yes, if cloaking is turned OFF, the OVRAW AND OVKEY will be passed to the offer page.

    How would it look with cloaking on, it'd look like this

    YSM >> T202 (cloaked redirect) >> OFFER, (where offer can't see your referer)

    instead of

    YSM >> T202 (non-cloaked-redirect >> OFFER, (where offer can see your referer)

    --

    "whats the benefit with keywords if keyword won't be passed with cloaking off," well thats the thing, if the cloaking is off the keywords Will Be Passed.

    So the only benefit to turning off cloaking is it is extremely fast, and legimate, but the advertisers can see all your keywords. Turning on cloaking can mess up direct linking, if you turn it off, you can normally direct link alot better.

  13. Eric on Aug 13, 2008 at 9:31am

    Thanks for explaining this.

    What I really don't get is why T202 passes OVRAW and OVKEY to the advertiser. My understanding is that the advertiser sees T202 as referer. And as referer you can decide what GET values to pass to the advertiser. Am I somehow wrong?

  14. Wes Mahler on Aug 13, 2008 at 3:22pm

    Well regardless if you have T202 or not, OVRAW and OVKEY are passed wherever your sending the traffic. Yahoo adds OVRAW and OVKEY to whatever destination url you give it, so regardless it is always passed.

    "And as referer you can decide what GET values to pass to the advertiser. " If you are cloaking the referer, and controlling the referer to decide what you want to pass, like using the script above, yes you can change it so it won't show it.

  15. Eric on Aug 14, 2008 at 8:48am

    Yeah, I'm aware of that. But since I'm providing my T202 link to Yahoo, OVKEY will be passed to the T202 domain and then hopefully get lost when being redirected to the merchant.

    But basically it depends on how T202 is redirecting. If you redirect using a 301 then variables will get passed. PHP redirect I'm not sure and a meta refresh shouldn't pass the variables. So how does T202 redirect when cloaking is of?

  16. Wes Mahler on Aug 14, 2008 at 1:05pm

    Ah yes, your right Eric.

    If you a direct linking then with cloaking off, they may not be able to see the OVRAW OVKEY, as it may be lost on the redirect.tracking202.com portion of the redirection, which they won't be able to see. But, they will be able to see the REFERERING SOURCE which will reveal the keywords anyways.

    So maybe the won't see the OVRAW and OVKEY with Cloaking OFF, but they will be able to see the REFERERing traffic source which is just as bad if not worse.

  17. Eric on Aug 15, 2008 at 4:35am

    Ok, to make it sure I've done the following: Searched on G for the string "show my ip referer" and clicked on the mobilefish.com link. it shows me the following referer: http://www.google.com/search?q=show+my+ip+referer

    Then I created a test campaign on T202 with http://www.mobilefish.com/services/ipaddress_information/ipaddress_information.php?testvar= as aff link. When I click on the generated test link (adding a sub id) I get an empty referer on mobilefish.com. Looks good to me.. and yes, cloaking was off!

  18. Wes Mahler on Aug 15, 2008 at 9:04pm

    When you tested it, did you just PASTE the url in the ADDRESS BAR? or did you put the link on a site, and click through the hyperlink?

    Because if it is pasted into the URL it won't show the referer, but it probably will if you hyperlink it from another page.

  19. Eric on Aug 18, 2008 at 1:09am

    Good point, I paste the url to the address bar. You're right, it shows the referer when cloaking is off. So I asume T202 doesn't redirect using meta refresh? It's a pity.

  20. Wes Mahler on Aug 18, 2008 at 4:40pm

    At least you found it, yes your right. Meta-Refresh doesn't work on INTERNET EXPLORER, that is why we use the above code, a FORM SUBMIT request called by JS instead. Although if you use this method test it out first to make sure it works, we actually use the above method, (followed by an additional 2nd redirect, which is a meta-refresh/backup javascript redirect as well)

  21. Taz on Aug 20, 2008 at 9:39am

    Just saw this site through alexa. I was looking into LP Gen. Do I need to buy LP GEN or should i leave it and just use your scripts will do the same job.

    I already have Extreme conversions and speedppc. Please let me know.

    Many thanks

    Tee

  22. Steven on Aug 20, 2008 at 12:11pm

    Hi Tee,

    We're a PPC analytics tracking software and we also provide scripts to help you in tracking. It's different than the service LPGen provides. LPGen doesn't do tracking, what they do is sell LP templates that help your QS. Two totally different tools. I hope that helps. Tracking is crucial as it is the backbone of everything else.

  23. Taz on Aug 22, 2008 at 6:51am

    Thanks Mr Steven

    So I bought speedppc and extreme conversions plus I have of course - tracking 202 at my disposal (many thanks). Thank you so much for your advice.I wanted someone experienced to advice me about all this and you did.

    So..Instead of LP gen what do i need to use to raise my PPC marketing to the next level? I'm talking about iframing my cpa offers and inputing hidden rss feeds or content on merchant sites.I kind of don't know how to go about iframing things. All i'm used to do was selling clickbank & commission Junction products by creating review websites that's all. Now i'm interested to go the CPA route, iframing and the like

    Thanks in advance

  24. Steven on Aug 22, 2008 at 1:00pm

    Hi Taz,

    To do an iframe, all you need to do is have a domain you want to use or buy one to use. Preferrably a catchy URL and one that contains your keywords or offer. You'd use the iframing script found here: http://prosper202.com/scripts/iframe/

    Take the code, paste it into a new .php or .html file. Replace the proper links with your 202 links and test to make sure the page displays correctly on all browsers and that's it. You're good to go.

  25. Taz on Aug 25, 2008 at 11:32am

    Thank you Mr Steven, I will let you know how it goes in a matter of a few weeks. If you have a newsletter about all these things, please add my provided email address to it.

  26. Craig on Oct 27, 2008 at 11:03pm

    Do you have a lot of issues with cookies not getting set when using Iframes?

    Some of the merchants I use - the cookies don't set...

  27. Wes Mahler on Oct 29, 2008 at 4:59am

    You are correct Craig, we should mention that.

    It seems different browsers, will not, set COOKIES if the other webpage is within an iframe. We know safari does not allow cookies to be set for iframed pages at the very least, I believe FireFox and IE allow it. Not sure about google chrome, although I'd assume it is the same as safari because it is built on the same framework.

  28. Eddy on Dec 02, 2008 at 8:00pm

    So if cookies are not set, does it mean that you (as an affiliate) will be not credited for the lead (for a CPA offer)? Is there a way to check if the cookie is set?

    Also, on your example script for iframing on second page, I would like to implement it. But as I understand the code, the iframe will fill up the whole page. Is there a way to put the iframe on a certain dimension of the webpage instead of filling up the entire page?

  29. Wes Mahler on Dec 03, 2008 at 9:36am

    Depends on the offer, some offers don't rely soley on cookie tracking, you can check if the cookie is set by checking your cookies, if you don't have a cookie set for the advertisers' domain name, it won't work. it does not work on safari, cooking through iframes. I'd just not recommend iframes to be honest any more.

    You can change the dimensions of the iframe sure, by modifying the CSS height and width.

  30. Eddy on Dec 03, 2008 at 9:13pm

    Thanks for the quick response Wes. I am keen to implement an iframe because I wanted the offer to be blended into my landing page overall design - instead of having a redirect to the merchant's page.

    Is there any way to still achieve this effect (without or without iframe?)

  31. Eddy on Dec 03, 2008 at 10:24pm

    I should add that I wanted the iframe to frame only the signup form part of merchant's landing page. The rest of the design surrounding the form is mine.

  32. Wes Mahler on Dec 08, 2008 at 2:26pm

    The only real true way to achieve that effect, would then to get a WHITELABEL of the offer, so u host the landing page yourself.

  33. Craig on Dec 10, 2008 at 10:25am

    If your using firefox and the iframe is only showing up in the top 1/4 of the page use this to fix it...

    REPLACE

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

    with <html>

    Wes posted this fix in the forum and it worked for me

  34. JK on Jan 21, 2009 at 2:11pm

    I must be blind .. can someone please tell me where can I get the actual JS file for this solution? (landing.js)?

    Thanks!

    JK.

  35. Wes Mahler on Mar 06, 2009 at 10:50pm

    Its in the "GET LANDING PAGE CODE" section of tracking202 under the SETUP tab.

  36. Earl on Mar 12, 2009 at 3:49pm

    I just signed up for Tracking202 and would like to use it with my Landing Pages. One thing I'd like to confirm is what I fill into the "XXXXXX" shown above in the iFraming Code: <iframe src="http://redirect.tracking202.com/lp/XXXXXX" style="border: 0px; width: 100%; height:100%;"></iframe>.

    Is "XXXXXX" the Destination URL, and if so, which portion do I fill in? For example, if my Destination URL for a MaxBounty Campaign I have running is "http://www.mb01.com/lnk.asp?o=1730&c=918273&a=32022&s1=", which portion do I use? Also, what SubID's do I need to add (if any) to the end of the Destination Link (ie after the &s1=)?

    As I am a relatively new PPC marketer (only 3 months now...), I'm sorry if this is obvious to you, but it sure would help me to get a clear answer so that I set up my campaigns right the first time around with Tracking202...

    Thanks to anyone who can help me out!

    Earl

  37. Steven on Mar 12, 2009 at 6:05pm

    Hi Earl,

    When you generate your own destination link, you will be giving a link similar to that and instead of XXXXXX, it will display your own unique number. Just simply replace that link with yours.

  38. Earl on Mar 13, 2009 at 8:33am

    Hi Steven,

    Thanks for the answer. I just want to clarify in the example I show above that you are implying that I replace XXXXXX with my Display URL (such as www.Freebies.com/NewOffer.php)? Sorry, but I'm still a little confused...

  39. Steven on Mar 13, 2009 at 4:14pm

    Hi Earl,

    No. When you generate your destination URL in step 7, it gives you a link in that exact same format. Only instead of XXXXXX, the numbers there are unique to you. You want to replace that link with the link pertaining to your account. Hope that makes sense.

  40. Jonathan on Mar 31, 2009 at 4:17am

    Hi Wes,

    Watched a couple of your videos and have been using prosper202 for a few months now. Thanks for the free tool! I'm fairly new (3 months) and wondering how does the

    "Using an Iframe on the 2nd page, instead of redirecting through the affiliate link" works exactly? Meaning, where do I paste affiliate links and redirect links in the code?

    I am using a Maxbounty email banner as my landing page which then redirects to the offer page. As of now, my link is on the landing page, but the affiliate url is shown on the offer page.

    Would I place the landing page affiliate link into prospers wizard to produce a redirect link or would I place the offer page into the wizard?

    Thanks Wes.

  41. Steve Mitchell on Apr 16, 2009 at 5:46am

    Wes ...in your opening paragraph of this post you said "Here is the correct code to use for iframing an offer with Tracking202. The Prosper202 self-hosted version will be slightly different"...

    ...what's different in the self-hosted version from the iframe code you posted?

    Kind regards, Steve.

  42. Steven on Apr 16, 2009 at 9:36pm

    The link wouldn't say redirect.tracking202.com. It would say whatever you install it at. But the overall code is the exact same.

  43. derek on Apr 22, 2009 at 2:09pm

    i'm using this with prosper202 and it works fine in firefox but nothing but errors on IE no wonder why my conversions were low.. what do i do?

  44. Wes Mahler on Apr 23, 2009 at 5:29am

    @derek, interesting not sure, can you check if your HTML IS VALIDATED?

  45. Wes Mahler on Apr 23, 2009 at 5:30am

    @Steve, the code is just slightly difference, just re-generate the same code in prosper202, and replace it with the tracking202.com one, its almost exactly the same, just slightly different.

    @Jonathan, - we would add the "affiliate links" in the aff campaigns setup tab. you would place the landing page redirect code, that you get when u your in the setup tab for everything. hope that helps!

  46. michelle on Jun 30, 2009 at 8:14am

    I'm iframing. My Prosper202 inbound java script is:

    <script src="http://mytrackingsite.com/tracking202/static/landing.php?lpip=958" type="text/javascript"></script>

    I don't see any landing.js like you wrote above.

    BTW, my outbound tracking is:

    http://mytrackingsite.com/tracking202/redirect/lp.php?lpip=958

    Am I doing it right?

    Many thanks!!!

  47. Stevo on Aug 07, 2009 at 4:07pm

    At the beginning of this thread, there was some discussion whether or not Google would ban you for hiding text. I want to ask, will they penalize you for the old trick of using white text on a white background?

  48. Martin P. on Sep 17, 2009 at 10:52am

    Hi. I'm changing my redirect.php file with this actual line of code :

    <?php

    // -------------------------------------------------------------------

    //

    // Tracking202 PHP Redirection, created on Wed Sep, 2009

    //

    // This PHP code is to be used for the following setup:

    // WTD - Dazzle Smile on http://www.whiteteethdigest.com

    //

    // -------------------------------------------------------------------

    $tracking202outbound = 'http://www.tracknovad.com/tracking202/redirect/off.php?acip=212&pci='.$_COOKIE['tracking202pci'];

    header('location: '.$tracking202outbound);

    ?>

    to

    <?php

    //$tracking202outbound is where the user is suppose to be redirected to

    if (isset($_COOKIE['tracking202outbound'])) {

    $tracking202outbound = $_COOKIE['tracking202outbound'];

    } else {

    $tracking202outbound = 'http://redirect.tracking202.com/lp/xxxxx';

    }

    ?>

    <html>

    <head>

    <title>Title Goes Here</title>

    </head>

    <body style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px;" scroll="no">

    <iframe src="<? echo $tracking202outbound; ?>"

    style="border: 0px; width: 100%; height:100%;"></iframe>

    </body>

    </html>

    and I get this message when I try to access the iframed offer :

    You don't have permission to access /tracking202/redirect/cl2.php on this server.

    Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

  49. Jeremy on Sep 29, 2009 at 2:11pm

    Hi guys,

    Quick question:

    I got the iFrame thing down but I'm getting confused with the destination URL side of it for PPC.

    I have the iFrame page set at www.domain.com/home. In Tracking202, I set the destination URL to go to www.domain.com/index.php. The index.php is a PHP redirect that goes straight to the iFrame page at www.domain.com/home.

    The reason why I'm doing the PHP redirect is because I do not like the code that comes after the domain (ie - www.domain.com?t202id=8343&t202kw=).

    By doing a PHP redirect to the iFrame page as listed above, I'm able to hide the ?t202id=8343&t202kw= stuff.

    My question, though: Is this setup alright? It shows clicks in the Tracking202 but I'm not seeing any keywords. The way I test to see if the keywords work is by www.domain.com?t202id=8343&t202kw={test}. Is that wrong? How does Bing vomit out the keyword for Tracking202?

    Much thanks!

  50. Jeremy on Sep 29, 2009 at 2:43pm

    Relating to the above, my real concern is:

    Will this iFrame/PHP redirect setup affect Tracking202's ability to grab my converting PPC keywords and match them up with the networks' subids?

    Thanks,

    Jeremy

  51. zul on Oct 07, 2009 at 8:28am

    Wes & Steven, I would like to do the same thing as Jeremy as I would want to avoid the code that comes after the domain (ie - www.domain.com?t202id=8343&t202kw=).

    I want to setup the same thing and has the same concern.

    Jeremy, Any update?

  52. Simon D on Oct 20, 2009 at 9:26am

    Does anyone know what the exact code I need to use would be if Im using self hosted prosper 202?

    Thanks

    Simon

  53. DavidDOchoa on Nov 01, 2009 at 7:28pm

    It's pretty simple Simon.

    Just substitute the source links above (src=) with the ones below, making sure to adjust to your domain.

    iframe source: http://yourdomain.com/tracking202/redirect/lp.php?lpip=XXXXXX

    script source: http://yourdomain.com/tracking202/static/landing.php?lpip=XXXXXX

  54. Scan on Nov 16, 2009 at 10:04am

    I set up my iframe the way it was written in the top of this ost but somehow i just dont get clicks in 202. what can be wrong?

  55. BJ Smith on Jan 29, 2010 at 3:19pm

    At the top it says http://findingsexysingles.com/?t202id=31249431&t202kw={singles}

    That is my destination url when I put my affilate url in it comes up http://findingsexysingles.com just like the display url.

    How do I hide the tracking in the top address bar?

  56. adrian on Feb 11, 2011 at 11:28am

    I was directed here to solve getting my adwords destination url to stay the same as my display url b/c of the google QS but I don't see how doing an iframe will help in tracking my ad clickthrough.I would still have to change the destination url to the tracking202-keyword-destination-url.Any takes on this ?

  57. Glen on Feb 11, 2011 at 7:53pm

    I am confused on how to setup iframing using Tracking 202 on a different domain. For example: ABC.com is the domain I installed T202 for tracking all my affiliate offers. But I want to Iframe an offer on XYZ.com and have all the tracking stats go to ABC.com. How do I do that?

  58. How to deal with anxiety on Jul 01, 2011 at 8:31am

    Regarding hiding text. Google make it clear they will remove pages from their index when hiding text. I saw a site iframe the offer page, then below, they had their SEO text visible. It was ranked high in google on the first page. That is not violating G's hidden text rules.

    I am sure G is more strict regarding hiding text for adwords since they are so picky about LP quality.

  59. Registry Cleaner on Aug 29, 2011 at 5:39am

    Believe it or not the guys from the immediate edge are still promoting this exact technique, I guess that is why that fail to put a date on any of their training material within their site. I mean take take extra strides to delibertely make it so you cannot find the date on any of their material.

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  60. xxx on Dec 03, 2011 at 5:00am

    my shortname in there as well. I’ve redone it multiple times and I still get the same result. Help!

  61. pradeep on Oct 26, 2013 at 8:03am

    I want to use this on shared hosting? Will it work?

  62. Free Proxy Server on Feb 27, 2016 at 11:31am

    If I don't want to show offer page, but I need to load that page with my affiliate link, then how to do that?

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