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Best pay per view for debt relief traffic?

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by Dresden14, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. Dresden14

    Dresden14 BANNED BANNED

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    Never used PPV, interested in giving it a shot. Looking to generate leads/traffic through debt relief (Consolidation and Settlement offers). What network would you guys recommend?
     
  2. harkarn

    harkarn Newbie

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    To be honest i can't suggest you any, because i personally tried most of them and they never make big money at the end. I was a publisher at the beginning and i never got good results from my ppv compains. So i just stoped it. You must always think both ways. if a publisher doesnt like that method, you wont face up with real serious really paying publishers for this type of advertisement. Dig around and you give it a try also, but use more time on finding a better way to convert your traffic to money.
     
  3. OBEY_Christina

    OBEY_Christina Newbie

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    You wanna check each network's demographics first. Use Quantcast or Alexa and see which PPV network has similar demographics to your bebt relief offers.

    Here's a list of PPV networks:

    Adoori
    Clicksor
    DirectCPV
    eZanga
    Jema CPV
    Jema Media
    Lead Impact
    Media Traffic
    Traffic Vance

    Go ahead and do your research! :)
     
  4. pj413

    pj413 Regular Member

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    Traffic Vance pretty much has the best traffic, across most verticles, including debt relief. But you're definitely fighting an uphill battle if you're coming into the mix fresh, especially if you're competing against people who're selling leads directly. If they're selling leads to an end buyer for $25 apiece and you're getting an $8 payout from a CPA network, it's hard for you to compete.

    All that said, there's still a lot of $ to be made. Experiment with building your own list and stringing offers together, instead of just doing a straight LP or direct link.