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Best place to store PPI files?

Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by samiejg, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Where would be the best place for me to upload my PPI files to? Would it be mediafire? I am trying to use this "ul.to" company right now but my account is broken and they do not provide technical support :|
     
  2. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    P.S. I have lots of web hosting accounts, but I think it would be better not to use my own domain.
     
  3. Free Man

    Free Man Junior Member

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    Avoid mediafire. They literally ghosted my account. I was able to use my account and download stuff normally but after changing IP i realized it's showing blank page. I had 1 file removed prior to that. That was pretty low from them, so i recommend to go with others. Best way is to change links every now and then where ever you host your files.
     
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    *AMEX Regular Member

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    Dropbox. Easiest filehost ever made

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  5. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    What does mean to ghost your account? Do you think my account would be safe if I just uploaded one file and used it for PPI? (maybe even spread out on multiple accounts?)

    I'm just not too sure where else to for the hosting side of things because I'm afraid of getting shutdown from my web host if that is even a possibility since I'm dealing with fake niches.
     
  6. Free Man

    Free Man Junior Member

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    Means exactly that - account worked normally when i was logged from all PCs i tried, but when clearing cookies and clicking link from different IP i was sent on blank page. It took me hours to find out what's wrong since traffic was normal, but installs went to zero over night. Cost me half earnings that day. Bastards. It's normal stuff to have files deleted. Direct bit.ly or tinyurl link to your domain and from there to some host. That way you'll have control over that link when file is deleted. I now change more sensitive files every day, takes few minutes.
     
  7. maxcamman

    maxcamman Newbie

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    I use Mediafire (free version) and it is working fine for me currently. There is a lot of spam on the download page that i tell my traffic to avoid though. I'm sure some of them click the wrong link and bail.
     
  8. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Thanks :) Yeah, that's the only thing I'm really worried about now with Mediafire is all the spammy ads on their download page. Do you find you are still getting a lot of installs/downloads even with them clicking on the wrong stuff?
     
  9. maxcamman

    maxcamman Newbie

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    I create all of my own videos, I don't rip any of them and in my vids I specifically tell the viewers to click the big green download button. They can see my cursor the whole time, so it doesn't matter much to me. Wish I could be more helpful. :p

    I do get installs though but am fairly new to PPI so I'll have to test out the other options and would recommend you to try them all.

    On Mediafire you can copy the link address and shorten it with goo.gl or something then when somebody goes to goo.gl/whatever the application will automatically download without the need to click the download button. This might sketch people out though and personally I wouldn't want to run that setup.
     
  10. HaiiroNeko

    HaiiroNeko Power Member

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    I use MEGA and I'm pretty happy with it. No spammy advertisements, fast downloads and a "we don't care" policy.
     
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    I would suggest zippyshare.com. no waiting time for downloads, no popups and visible advertisements that don't disturb.
     
  12. RoadAvenger

    RoadAvenger Registered Member

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    If you don't have a premium account all the hosting sites will have spammy ads on the download page. Mediafire isn't half bad compared to let's say zippyshare.

    Mediafire:
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    And Zippyshare:
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