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are we allowed to talk about adware here?

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by social engineer, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. social engineer

    social engineer Regular Member

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    seeing as this is a ppv forum are we allowed to discuss the other end of the business, i have the potential to get my adware installed on 100's of thousands of computers

    and am very interested in setting up a ppv company.

    what are people looking for in a ppv company, what features etc etc

    what payment options would people be willing to pay in LR? WMZ?

    anyone in this game care to share any knowlege

    take care

    social engineer
     
  2. slipchamber

    slipchamber Registered Member

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    yucky
     
  3. social engineer

    social engineer Regular Member

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    'yucky'

    whats that suppose to mean?
     
  4. slipchamber

    slipchamber Registered Member

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  5. FitNturn

    FitNturn Newbie

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    Hey socialengineer,

    If you're interested in chatting about this sort of stuff please hit me up. I'm running my own adware as well.
     
  6. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    If you are talking about PPI (Pay-Per-Install), then the answer is no . . . . PPI discussion is not allowed on BHW.

    "Wiz"
     
  7. doomster

    doomster Junior Member

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    i guess ur talkin about silent install without eula so its illegal and cpa network will ban u or ur customers for using it n worst u can b sued .
     
  8. formosa

    formosa Regular Member

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    isn't 'silent install' call spyware ? & all the PPV is indeed adwares ?
     
  9. dsmith00d

    dsmith00d Newbie

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    Happy New Year to you all
     
  10. Vortex66

    Vortex66 Newbie

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    lol, that explains it :))
     
  11. ExCluSiveG

    ExCluSiveG Junior Member

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    Question: if pay per install is forbidden... why are we allowed to talk about ppv?

    May seem like a weird question... but it isn't. Because most ppv is coming from exactly that source:

    Installation of software, screensavers, etc, on peoples pc.

    And these companies pay fees to people to get these adware programs installed so that they can sell ppv traffic.

    I am just wondering. Since I don't really get it.
     
  12. aReJay

    aReJay Power Member

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    Nope,

    The PPV type discussions here are mainly in relation to CPM type ads on your own site. Or via legitimate networks.

    -areJay
     
  13. ExCluSiveG

    ExCluSiveG Junior Member

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    Aha, ok. Then you should shut the discussions about legitimate networks out. EVERY single network offering PPV, also does so using installing programs. That's one of the reasons they got practically unlimited amounts of clicks. Something to consider.
     
  14. Lutherblissett

    Lutherblissett Regular Member

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    Everyone understands where ppv traffic comes from. We all know what it is . . but for some reason there are certain topics on bhw that are not allowed. . . and this all started about a year ago, with a bunch of different ones being banned from discussion.... they were pressured by someone, and they removed full sections. . So in their masters eyes PPV is ok . . but the method of ppv is forbidden.
     
  15. jasadvmed

    jasadvmed Newbie

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    Hi Social Engineer,

    nice to see ur query and i think we can discus about adware here and i u need more info on it and i can share some info aswell on it with u

    u can add me and ping me in 641975349

    Jas
     
  16. spikezero

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    not all PPV traffic comes from illegal sources.

    I for one am running an open wireless network service, covering a large are.
    I'm looking for a way to monetize this service.
    at the moment I'm redirecting every user who connects to the network to a landing page where they must accept the terms of service to access the internet.
    I might as well redirect them to a PPV ad.

    Does that sound legit to you guys? any ideas of a profitable PPV/PPC provider that won't cause problems?
     
  17. paully5

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    I've been trying this for a 7 days(on Media-Kings).
    This are my stats:
    [TR="class: total-row"] [TH="class: raw_cnt"]662(hits) [/TH] [TH="class: uniq_cnt"]522(Unique) [/TH] [TH="class: bundle_install_cnt"]195(Leads) [/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$18.15('profit') [/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$27.42('eCPM') [/TH] [/TR]
    Total
    However each day has topped the previous' performance.
    For example, this was today's performance:
    [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-03"] [/TR]
    [TH="class: currency"]Profit [/TH] [TH="align: right"]eCPM[/TH] [TR="class: total-row"] [TH="class: raw_cnt"]662[/TH] [TH="class: uniq_cnt"]522[/TH] [TH="class: bundle_install_cnt"]195[/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$18.15[/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$27.42[/TH] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-03"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-02"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-01"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-31"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-30"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-29"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-28"] [/TR] [TR="class: total-row"] [TH="class: raw_cnt"]662[/TH] [TH="class: uniq_cnt"]522[/TH] [TH="class: bundle_install_cnt"]195[/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$18.15[/TH] [TH="class: money currency"]$27.42[/TH] [/TR]
    Date Hits Uniq Leads
    Total2014-01-03 193 156 70 $11.91 $61.712014-01-02 139 117 49 $3.85 $27.702014-01-01 94 77 24 $1.06 $11.282013-12-31 70 47 18 $0.42 $6.002013-12-30 92 65 14 $0.36 $3.912013-12-29 47 36 7 $0.20 $4.262013-12-28 27 24 13 $0.35 $12.96Total
    I have 2 videos driving this traffic, one catering slightly to american teenagers.
    Second one was put up around the 28/29th. Took a day or two to get ranked, and its actually still ranking better and better(as you can see from today's stats).

    Note though, I did go the considerable extra mile, made a domain for the niche, and created some visually appealing landing pages.

    Maybe tomorrow it'll be even better?

    The SEO advice from this forum is actually due the credit here, the ability to rank is more valuable that the money made imo.

    Greetings from South Africa!
    [TH="class: currency"][/TH] [TH="align: right"][/TH] [TR="class: total-row"] [TH="class: raw_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: uniq_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: bundle_install_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: money currency"][/TH] [TH="class: money currency"][/TH] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-03"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-02"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2014-01-01"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-31"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-30"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-29"] [/TR] [TR="class: item-row item-row_2013-12-28"] [/TR] [TR="class: total-row"] [TH="class: raw_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: uniq_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: bundle_install_cnt"][/TH] [TH="class: money currency"][/TH] [TH="class: money currency"][/TH] [/TR]