Are the days of Yahoo Messenger Marketing Over?

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  1. indianbill007

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    Hey Guys,

    Just wanted to know if anyone is still sending mass IMs on Yahoo/skype etc or are their days over?

    If yes I would like to have a discussion on this as I have a product in this niche to be launched soon.

    Mainly what products are you promoting -

    In my tests I have found dating and freebie CPA offers to work good with a decent 20% conversions.

    Any suggestions/similar experiences from experienced marketers who market on IM networks would be a great help for fellow marketers here.
     
  2. Atlusphere

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    It's become hard; a lot of people have in some way shape or form been told by (mostly media) that any links/etc. you get from an IM you don't know is a scammer...it's a shame really.

    Still possible though.
     
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    Agree. Yahoo is dead as a doorknob. Skype was ok for a while. FB is the way to go IMO.
     
  4. indianbill007

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    Are you guys talking about simple bots which send wild links to a list of yahoo accounts with links and some strange symbols. If yes , they are surely dead long back.

    Iam talking about smart bots with Artificial Intelligence and Scripts which converse with a user like a real person and then send them offers. Have anyone here used such a product ever? This is not the plain old chat room spamming Iam taking about.

    Say its SPIM 2.0.:D