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Discussion in 'CPA' started by Stefler, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. Stefler

    Stefler Newbie

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    What kinda of offers am I allowed to place if I make a youtube video?

    like on peer fly this is my "Not allowed"
    Not Allowed: NO Incent, NO Classified Ads, NO Twitter, NO SMS, NO Search PPC, NO Social PPC, NO Co-Registration, NO E-mail Lists, NO PPV/CPV

    now am i allowed to place this offer on my youtube video? if yes why? and if not what am i looking for? would it say "no social"? or "no youtube" or sumthing?

    should i filter my "traffic methods" a certain way? like only contextual traffic methods since im using a link?
     
  2. royserpa

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    Well, yt doesnt fit in any of those banned things op.

    You must be secure to use it as you please
     
  3. Stefler

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    what im asking is how will i know i cant use it on youtube? like what will one of the banned things say?
     
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    ask your affiliate manager if unsure. i would guess its ok
     
  5. powlow29

    powlow29 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You are not allowed to use it on youtube because it says no incent.
    Incent traffic is when you tell people to click on your link so if you plan to tell viewers to click on your link you will break their traffic rules.
     
  6. spure

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    Telling people just to click on your link is not incentive. Incentive is telling people to fill out the offer in order to get what they originally wanted (game hack, ebook, etc)

    Posted via Topify using Android
     
  7. qlithe

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    Isnt incentive when you reward people for filling out offers, with a share of cash or some kind of point system?
     
  8. acapitalTee

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    Youtube is considered social media. It says no social PPC so youtube should be fine since you aren't paying for clicks as long as you aren't using incentives to entice users to complete your offer.
     
  9. acapitalTee

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    An incentive is anything you offer the user to entice them to complete your offers. It could be money, points, a free ebook, download, etc.,
     
  10. TheMoolaMan

    TheMoolaMan Registered Member

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    When you have questions like this it is best to ask your affiliate manager. It covers your butt in the long run and helps to avoid issues.
     
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    On Peerfly No Social PPC means youtube not allowed, meaning advertiser do not accept youtube traffic
     
  12. WebDeveloping

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    Ask your affiliate manager, they get paid to help you dude! good luck :)
     
  13. funkybunker

    funkybunker Supreme Member

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    Everyone blabbing about no PPC is hogwash.

    YT is clearly not PPC, why else does YT offer Adword ads? Exactly.
    Incentive is not sending them over there, it's telling them what to do next. If all he does is suggest they pay a visit, he never told them to buy/sign up.

    I know nothing of peerfly so I could be completely wrong. My common sense is at work here. A developer who wants nobody to advertise them properly, is a dipshit developer.