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  • Shamil.
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    Originally posted by joyboy2001 View Post
    What is the duration of validity of the cookie ?
    talking of bumping.... I'm going to recommend something now, a warning to say you are bumping a thread from a long time ago.

    The cookie stays for 30 days until it expires or the user performs a browser purge in which all cookies are deleted.

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  • joyboy2001
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    What is the duration of validity of the cookie ?

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  • Billy
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    Originally posted by eva2000
    yup i believe it's a 30 day cookie too right?
    So if someone doesnt use cookies , it wont work?

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  • George L
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    Originally posted by JamesUS
    Cookies are used for tracking...so if someone orders a day later and the cookie is still on the computer then you will get the credit.
    yup i believe it's a 30 day cookie too right?

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  • JamesUS
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    Cookies are used for tracking...so if someone orders a day later and the cookie is still on the computer then you will get the credit.

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  • George L
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    vBulletin.com operates it's affiliate program through a third party -Commission Junction www.cj.com - all tracking, reporting and payments are handled through CJ.

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  • Billy
    started a topic vBulletin affiliate program and vBulletin advertising

    vBulletin affiliate program and vBulletin advertising

    If someone goes to vBulletin.com through my affiliate link, say, if they order tomorrow, how do they know it was from me? How do they track refferers?

    Also, what forms of advertising, besides the affiliate thing, does vB use?
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