Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by dimi1810, Oct 3, 2015.
Hey, I want to know if you have some ppi site who have high rates and they pay at time.
Hi, for me and for moment, it's Amonetize
Amonetize prob, but I wouldn't suggest PPI, it's dying since last few months, browers detect malware easly these days
It could work fine for 3 days and then 0 next 2 weeks
Why amonetize? Support is good ? And you sign in "InstallPath" im right? How many $ you got for how many installs? Thanks
From my experience, Amonetize is one of the most reputable PPI companies. They pay Net 45 though (unless they changed this), meaning that you will get paid on October 15 for your August installs. I've been on and off with Amonetize testing out different networks, so I haven't gotten paid yet, but I can assure you that they will pay. Their rates aren't exactly the best, but they are definitely one of the best. Here's some stats:
Unique App Completed Installations: 1192
Est. Earning: $225.75
This is from traffic that's primarily from the US (about 50-60% US traffic). Granted, most installs are probably from other countries though. Conversion rate is also above average compared to other networks from my experience.
I agree, there used to be big money in ppi but it is slowly dying due to google/microsoft changes in the browsers (and windows defender), some big ppi networks are already gone and I guess the rest will also start to decline soon.
why not start using also the cpm and pop networks (Ad-Maven and such)?
Cause you'll earn 10x less with cpm than with ppi on same traffic.
Folks, it's not about ppi, it's about ad injections that are detected as malware. Ppi just needs to turn into more legit market, InstallMonetizer is already going that way.. the install rates are probably lower, but as long as the offers are legitimate applications, there is no problem with malware warnings. All big brands use ppi: google, microsoft, adobe, java... Getting browser compliant is getting harder but it shouldn't die out completely i think.
I agree, InstallCore also went more legit, but the issue is the same, the rates are much lower.
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