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#1 by zegon » Mon Mar 13, 2017 06:52

Amazing , today i was really surprised. :?

I signed up for a new traffic exchange site and would advertise for referrals to ClixSense.

To my great surprise, ClixSense was forbidden to advertise there. :cry:

It is the first time ever , i have experienced that ClixSense is prohibited on a traffic exchange site.

Suppose that it is basically a conflict behind this. :mrgreen:

I suppose the owner of the specified traffic exchange page is a member of ClixSense and is pissed that he did not win in ClixGrid every day.

What else could it be because ... :roll:
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#2 by valerie » Mon Mar 13, 2017 06:55

I don't know. You would need to ask the owner.

However, it is not the least bit unusual. Some times a traffic exchange will ban a very popular
site/program simply because it over whelms the exchange with the same sites over and over.

Actually, I am getting ready to post a feature request kind of based on this.
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#3 by hyldig » Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:17

There is 1 Admin that practice this behavior against the other big 1 . He was banned twice on it with big referral accounts . He have been blocking it since from being adverticed on all his pages . A personal grunge due to being banned here or at Addhits could just as easy be the reason . Some keep a grunge like that forever .
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#4 by valerie » Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:21

Some do it because they are a member of the program themselves and they don't want
referrals going to someone else. They might place their own ads only or they have other
programs they promote that are doorways.

For example lets say Mary has a traffic exchange and does not allow CS adverts. Mary
advertises her personal blog on the traffic exchange. Listed on her personal blog is CS
or even a link to something else that has her CS ref link. In essence, she is using a
doorway to advertise her CS to her own traffic exchange members.
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#5 by seaeagle » Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:34

Some TEs I used to frequent didn't ban ClixSense, but the referral pages would always fail the automatic approval process due to too many redirects.
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#6 by jjohnson777 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 07:47

I no longer promote clixsense on them. I only promote my own sites. Lots used ban those. Lot of txs closed past year. funny I buy bunch txs and then PP strikes. :lol: Only plus to that these owners decade after begging to take other processors finally do. Even the sellers do now. :lol:

Hint best places promote where few promote ClixSense. I love banners now half million impressions a day for $40/mo gives me 10-20 refs a day. Same money on traffic produced 5 refs a day. I did buy bunch custom banners with my name so no one dumb enough steal them I so hated in ptc land.
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#7 by Charez » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:03

One of the reason is Quantserve used
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#8 by jjohnson777 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:14

Site avoid if owner only allows own ads on big sites. I been in those type before.
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#9 by zegon » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:17

valerie wrote: Some do it because they are a member of the program themselves and they don't want
referrals going to someone else.

It may be that Valerieonofthebestmoderatorsinclixsense writes above ( Tasman1 want the moderators have long names, so it's probably best that we stick to it then )

I got another ad approved there and when i was test surfing the website , then it came up a splash page about ClixSense there.

So it's probably enough so that the owner has blocked others from advertise ClixSense , so no one else will be able to take referrals from his website. ( An acidic dude ).

Now it is so , that i have a program that is a rotator , but there is no advertising in the program that it is a rotator , nor seen something about it in the program link.

So I announced there with it and announced a program that gives away backgrounds to their own websites and nothing else and then i sit down and wait. :roll:

After that the Admin had approved the advertisement, so do i sneaked in my referral link to ClixSense ,
so now i advertise ClixSense there anyway, though it was not allowed.

Suppose that the owner of the TE website is a member of ClixSense and perhaps reading this ( shudder ) , will be hunt me down now.

Having done this trick on another website earlier too and there it was shown a not allowed webside for several years , before they shut down the website.

So trash if you just give up...
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#10 by jjohnson777 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:36

I in 2 tx owner strange bird few use them due to it. 1 ok on user activity other my brain see more activity and it take 6 hours get it going every morning. Plus to that I can surf once a year and not run out of credits. Got some major buyers that way so those loyal few take action. So dead sites can be sweet if the few buy. So strang owners can be good if look hard enough see a plus.:lol:
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#11 by hlrive » Mon Mar 13, 2017 17:04

The best way to do it is to start you a free blog and put Clixsense on it, and even show how much you make daily and the bonus you make. I was thinking about starting up a new one again or restart the old blog and show people how much I am doing with offers daily. If you do that it wouldn't be banned, and you would be showing people how much can be made if they try.
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#12 by pindokhan123 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 17:39

i have built in referrals, me myself and i, together we work and earn and never let each other down :D

i probably do as much work as about 50 refs under me doing hardly sod all,so save yourself the hassle unless you got some really good,reliable ones,

i find it hard getting refs coz majority of them just want to make quick bucks,they don't realize that it takes time and alot of work and dedication and give up.

i can only guarantee myself no one else,
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#13 by nobenjo2 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 21:41

As a TE owner, I am aware that a number of TE url checkers are programmed to block all PTC sites or as in the case of ClixSense, says there are too many re-directs.

Not to worry, there are hundreds, if not thousands of TE's that welcome ClixSense.
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#14 by tasman1 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 21:54

Name of this topic is misleading.... Mods better lock it
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#15 by cadence99 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 21:56

Which traffic exchange were you use clixsense?
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#16 by seaeagle » Mon Mar 13, 2017 22:41

cadence99 wrote: Which traffic exchange were you use clixsense?
We're not allowed to mention other programs in the ClixSense forums. Anyway, there are hundreds of TEs out there - some are good, some not so good.
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#17 by lovesuccess » Mon Mar 13, 2017 23:52

I have seen that before I just find another one.
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#18 by sweetpie3000 » Wed May 10, 2017 16:40

Bad business. Why banned Clixsense in traffic exchange. Do they need advertising Clixsense their traffic exchanges.
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#19 by Zimzane » Wed May 10, 2017 17:45

I've seen more than one traffic exchange ban Clixsense.
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#20 by revroach » Wed May 10, 2017 21:13

I'm on a mailer that sees the cs link as a re-direct so it is not allowed

But then again they see most ptc/gpt as re-directs so...
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