What is Cloaking? How to use it for ads?
Updated: May 11
Many people are tired from getting their Ad accounts disabled on Facebook, Google, TikTok, Snapchat, even when they are not violating any policies. But there are very few people who know the best way to promote any product out there, even if it is against their policies.
The method is the CLOAKING, a system that I will explain to you in a very simple way:
How does Cloaking work?
The system is based on a command prompt, which distributes the visits that come to the landing page, so that your audience’s visits go to a page called the "black hat", and the bots’ visits go to a page called the "white hat".
How are Facebook admins and bots identified?
They are identified in two ways:
The first method is GEO: Only visitors to the country you choose will be allowed to see the original landing page.
The second method is the IP address: There is a large amount of data we have, which contains an updated list of platforms' bots and admins' IP addresses.
Server Cloaking × Cloud Cloaking. Which is better?
Many people don't know the difference between these two systems in cloaking. So let me simply explain them to you, and which of them is better for promoting affiliate offers on Facebook, Google, TikTok and Snapchat without fear of disabling accounts.
The cloud system is based on redirect, which means that your domain will contain a code to convert the bots, for example, to another link, which is called the white page, while converting the target audience to the link of the real offer page.
In the Server system, no one gets out of his domain. The bots will remain in the same domain as the target audience. The whole idea is that a different page will be displayed to bots than the page that will be shown to the target audience, and this is also called the white page and the black page.
Finally, through my experience and my work in this field, I prefer using the Cloaking tools that provide the server system and not the cloud system.
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