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Friday, January 12, 2018

Here is How to Change CPVLAB Main Domain Name And It's a good Habit too. Read why

Hey Hey Hey! It's 2018 now.. and It's always to upgrade ourselves of using the CPVLAB to the fullest. 
I'm sure you have hit hard the ad network with the CPVLAB domain right? Sometimes the same domain might get banned if you run any black-hat stuff. 

I know I know, I have been there. It's all part of the game. 

So you want to do a fresh start? 

Great, You're on the right path. But hold on for a moment. 

What if you want to change the domain, and don't want to lose the data you already had? 

I know you spent a lot of time, and the money to get those data. To be frank these data is freaking gold like cryptocurrency now. 

So here is the thing I'm going to show you the cool tip. 

With the latest version of CPVLAB you can install upto 100 domains. 

Confused? You have one master CPVLAB domain, where CPVLAB is installed. And the rest 99 domains you can add inside the CPVLAB. 

That's more than enough ammo to attack this year right? 

Great, Now we are talking.

So what if we want to change the primary domain of CPVLAB too? 

Yes, you can do that too. And you don't have to delete the server or format the server for a fresh start. 

I will show you the easy process.

The process starts here 
  • You just need a find a domain which is not dropped, I mean which is not used by anyone. 
  • Make sure you check the spam score of the domain too. Some domains are hugely spammed it via email marketing, Facebook etc. Even some domains are banned on the Facebook for spamming. 
  • Once you find the domain registration at the domain registrar. 
  • Then comes the important part.  
  • If you're handling your own server, then you can replace the server domain with new server domain. 
  • If you're hired a hosting company to do all this, then they can help you with it. Just you want to say that, you want to swap the domain name to the new one. 
  • They will be happy to do that.
  • Very very important step now
  • Now you need to stop all the present campaigns now you're running. 
  • And request the domain change request at the CPVLAB. Over here
  • They will help you out, and make sure you submit a ticket with the CPVLAB license email id. 
So that's it for now :) Make 2018 great again.
All the best for your future campaigns.

Monday, June 19, 2017

How You Can Add 100 Domains To A Single CPVLAB Server

Hi there,

Hope you're doing good!

I have been using CPVLAB for a few years, and thanks to the CPVLAB team for the new updates. They are back on the game.

Recently one of my Facebook friends asked me this question,

"Hey, my domain is blocked in one traffic source. I wanted to move the entire CPVLAB server without data loss."

The answer is very simple; it hardly takes less than 5 minutes for you. The best part is, you don't have asked the CPVLAB permission, and you don't have to pay extra money for the license.

So without further due, let's get into the tutorial.

With the latest version of CPVLAB 3.0 and above version, you can add up to 100 domains to the cpvlab server. Yes, you heard it right it's 100 domains.

So first you need to figure out what domain you wanted to add.

Let's take it an example;

Now go to that domain panel, Add the A-records, and C-Name of the CPVLAB server. (I hope you know how to do it, if not google it. It's very simple process).

Once the A-records, and C-NAME DNS propagation done. You can go ahead and add the domain into the cpvlab.

In the CPVLAB,
  • Go to the "General settings." 
  • There you see a section called "tracking domains." There you need to add the domain ""
  • There is some bug, if you hit save.. it won't add. And I found a solution for it. 
  • Add the present username, password of your CPVLAB server then click "SAVE."
  • The domain will be added. 
  • If you wanted to add https version you can add it too. Make sure you add https. 

  • If you see your domain, in the "tracking domains" box. Then the domain successfully added. 
  • You can add a maximum of 100 domains. So it's super cool to add more domains. 

Get the tracking links with the domain name: 

  • Once the domain is added, now we can go ahead and setup a dummy campaign. 
  •  Get started the campaign setup, and in the process, you see an option called "Tracking domains." There you can see a dropdown feature. Where you can see you, newly added domain.
    Bingo! That's simple it is. 

    Now you can go ahead with the new domain tracking links and start the traffic. Make more monie$$$$$. 

    Hope you liked my little tutorial. I will keep adding more useful tutorials soon.

    Quick Update: If you want more domain license for the cpvlab, you can ask the cpvlab support. They will be happy to help you out.

    Until then, 
    Keep Rocking & Hustling. 

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Easiest Way to find CPVLAB 3.1 Server requirements.

Hi there,

The new version of the CPLVAB is out, and We have been expecting the version for a while. When I spoke with the Robert about the server requirements and all. He said that will be a couple of PHP extensions and 256MB of PHP memory allocation is a must.

Let's keep this mumbo jumbo aside,

I will show you the easiest way to find your new or current server compatible for the CPVALB 3.1

  1. Download the latest CPVLAB Files to your computer. 
  2. Locate the folder named "Check Server Requirements". You will see a PHP file "Check-Server-Requirements.php." 

  1. So we need to upload that file to your new or current server. 
  2. And type the file in the browser. Example:
  3.  That's it. 
Now you will see the results, whether CPLVAB 3.1 is compatible or not.

So that's the easy way to find out the requirements of the cpvlab 3.1
If your server didn't pass the requirements, then contact your host for the support.
Peace out!