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CPA Marketing Tutorial - Lesson 1: Host Your Landing Page

Discussion in 'Guides, Case Studies and Tutorials' started by tyoussef, Oct 17, 2017.

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    that's right bro.

    exactly because you only pay for what you consume, not like a vps you pay for it and you have to add cdn as well.

    it can handle more then what vps can handle man, we are talking about amazon servers.

    that's right, all you need now is domain names and amazon AWS account, and link each domain name with a bucket, and of course you can host many landing pages in one bucket it's up to you.

    feel free to ask anytime @s3k am always here bro, so as the other members.
     
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    Thanks for answering, much appreciated!

    Glad to have such helpful people on this forum
     
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    That article I posted lead me to this one What is Kubernetes? – ITNEXT a bit more sophisticated but addressing the same subject -- using docker containers over a network for applications. The better utilization of server resources is the point.
    Not paying for what you use but better utilizing what you are paying for
     
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    totally welcome @s3k.
    we are glad to help.
     
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    I have a question:

    Say I want to have many landing pages on the same domain, how would I do that?

    Can't think of a way to edit CNAME records etc to do it...


    Also is there anything wrong with using the AWS link directly? I'm thinking to just put it into my tracker like that
     
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    very simple all you have to do is to create another bucket and upload the landing page to it.

    no need to do that.

    you have to use a tracker bro.
     
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    Why not just use that domain's file structure?
    Every server domain has a DocumentRoot or root

    Use rewrites
    rewrite example.com/22 example.com/22/index.php
    #nginx
    rewrite ^/22$ /22/index.php last;
    If you want a pretty URL :p

    A CNAME is an alias
    sub.example.com. CNAME w ww.alias.com. <different domains NOT redirects
     
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    Ah ok I'll make more buckets then.

    Yes I'm using a tracker for the putting the link into the traffic source, what I meant is that right now I'm just putting the AWS link directly into the tracker instead of my domain.

    Ah ok might try that. Also did not know CNAME is an alias, always thought it was a redirect for some reason. Thanks for that
     
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    that's true.

    have you followed the tutorial well.
    you host the landing page in aws, and you take the url of it and put it in the tracker, and also you put the offer link in the tracker, and you get the campaign url and that campaign url is what you put in the traffic source.
    just follow the tutorial and you will do all of this.
     
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    @Graybeard, this amazon buckets is little different, they only allow you to upload static files.
    you don't have the permission to overwrite the server's configurations.

    it's not like having a server and install apache or nginx in it.
    you can't even execute PHP files there.
     
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    Sounds like geocities or homestead (from the internet dinosaur days) -- very limited to static HTML.
    That's like having a tool-box with just just one hammer -- if you need a pliers -- you're screwed :D
     
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    yes @Graybeard but that's only one of there services where people can store they static files, they have server as well.
    this is there featured services, and they have lot of other things.[​IMG]
     
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    I know about the apps on AWS servers -- you pay for use by the hour.
    I am comfortable administering servers in ssh with no control panel.
    I would consider hard to configure software applications possibly using AWS where a control panel might be helpful.
     
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    well yeah @Graybeard, things are little different in amazon buckets.
    no need of ssh, it's easy and newbie friendly for people who can't manage servers + it's cheap for them look at there pricing Cloud Storage Pricing | S3 Pricing by Region | Amazon Simple Storage Service .
     
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    Personally, I have 8GB RAM and 11TB mo currently scattered over 5 VPS servers; 3 in the US and 2 in NL for $67/ mo total
    3 host networks -- redundancy if needed.
    Small time in my world :p
    Where I used to work we had over 200 leased dedicated co-lo servers. $100K/mo with the dedicated fiber out that we leased -- 40Gb/s bandwidth. We were limited to the *pipe* we bought out to the carriers -- we did 4TB per day (that I knew of) <<<video mainly

    I used to run a server on my cable modem linked off a hosting account. The server in my office was ported to 16700 so the traffic was unnoticed -- I did that for years :p I still have development servers in my home. Developing websites locally then using rsync to copy them to commercial hosts makes the work easier.

    **sorry a bit off-topic

    I would be looking at t3. at least -- it would be less if I consolidated about $15 mo less. Problem is I would need to set up a new server. I need to upgrade a few servers in the coming year -- the os updated some are 2-3 years old. I'll look into it but ...
     
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    really good, yes unmanaged servers are cheaper, cpanel and support and all that things that coasts too much.
    but lot of people don't know how to manage servers.

    and yeah me too i need to upgrade the os in one of my dedicated servers.
     
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    Thanks for this tutorial men.. Really helpful
     
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    Saving this page right away
     
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    feel free to come back @uzo ann and ask if you have questions .
    we are here to help each other.
     
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    Hello purelander , i tried hosting php lander , its downloading index.php file instead opening it
     
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