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anybody try ad-on network?

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by asyk, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. asyk

    asyk BANNED BANNED

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    I have a $50 with them, and about to start a campaign. Has anyone used the before? if so, what kind of traffic source works best? they have ppc/adware

    thanks
     
  2. secretboy08

    secretboy08 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    first of all,they are not the best network but since you have some money with them i did say ppv.it has more margins for error with your budget.
    in ppv just choose your ppv keywords and url targets carefully.
     
  3. asyk

    asyk BANNED BANNED

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    Yes, I agree with you secret boy, there not the best, but they will have to do for now. I have to set up different campaings, and see which keywords make money and which dont.
     
  4. asyk

    asyk BANNED BANNED

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    thx bro, pmmin now
     
  5. dogdog

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    Their traffic is very very slow. Network is small.
     
  6. dvdcowboy

    dvdcowboy Junior Member

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    Thanks for making the thread, I had the same question on my mind.
    I use findology for ppv successfully, but I am ready to take the training wheels off and scale up my profitable campaigns.

    Anyone care to review traffic Vance and Media Traffic that has had some experience?
     
  7. asyk

    asyk BANNED BANNED

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    I've never heard of findology (URL?), I have yet to try addon, they rejected my offer because of the landingpage, and i have to busy to make a new. I'd probably get around to it sometime this week.

    traffic vance is expensive $1000 minimum
     
  8. dvdcowboy

    dvdcowboy Junior Member

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    url for findology is:

    From what people are telling me, Traffic Vance is the way to go.
     
  9. yardyblues

    yardyblues Newbie

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    findology never did good for me
     
  10. neobyte

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    Never used adonnetwork, but I did some research, some people claim the traffic don't convert and bounce rate high. But you only need 25 bucks to enroll, so it wouldn't hurt to try it out.
     
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    there are others that will tell you adon kicks ass that are running hundreds a day. I have had some pretty good luck and some not so good luck with adon.
     
  12. dominodivine

    dominodivine Newbie

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    Well the best thing is to find out where the traffic is coming from for example everyone told me Zango was terrible but I had an offer for a survey email submit and the traffic was great.

    Now I have also used adon network they traffic was terrible for my Auto Insurance offer but I realized that there traffic was coming from a low end social networking site so I changed and found a ringtone offer .... went well you need to know the demographics and where the traffic is coming from then pick the right offer for the traffic.

    It does not matter which network you use you must match the offer with the traffic.