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Old 01-09-2009, 12:34 AM   #1
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Newbiealert Where to search for an offer?

I've found an offer I'd like to promote and checked affspy.com and offervault.com to see who has it. Are there any other sites I should check for the offer?
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Old 01-09-2009, 06:15 PM   #2
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nope, just join the networks and get to it! I recommend the ones in my sig

Oh and if they dont approve you at first, just give them a call. Typically they will approve you after speaking over the phone.
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Old 01-10-2009, 10:40 AM   #3
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If you've seen someone promoting the offer you can always trace the http headers and see where it redirects through. It might go through something like adsjmp.com, cpaclicks.com, etc before it gets to the offer. Then do some research on that jump link and see if you can see what network it's related to.

A good tool for tracing headers is something like "Live Http Headers" which is an add-on for firefox. At least that's my favorite. I couldn't live without it.
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Thanks Smaxor - I hadn't seen your reply. I'm so wedded to Google Chrome now that I've forgotten about the great plugins available for Firefox.
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If you've seen someone promoting the offer you can always trace the http headers and see where it redirects through. It might go through something like adsjmp.com, cpaclicks.com, etc before it gets to the offer. Then do some research on that jump link and see if you can see what network it's related to.

A good tool for tracing headers is something like "Live Http Headers" which is an add-on for firefox. At least that's my favorite. I couldn't live without it.
Thanks for posting this great tip!
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Yep, also in Firefox 3, you can click "Show All History" and see the jump links as well.
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Find the URL that it goes too, search in google. You will find the source of the offer.

I only use those two sites for now.
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Yep, also in Firefox 3, you can click "Show All History" and see the jump links as well.
Do you have to have a plugin installed for this to work.


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Never mind I figured out what you meant now :P
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