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BEST TRACKER TO TRACK PPC OFFERS ON AD NETWORKS?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by abby92, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. abby92

    abby92 Registered Member

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    Hey I am promoting Tech support offers on many ad networks but i dont know to to track their traffic sources to eliminate non performing traffic sources ...As it is COST PER CLICK offer how to track which sources are converting for me and which are not . Please suggest me some good trackers where i can track source ids and conversion
     
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    Prosper202 will do a great job.
     
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    As i will use a landing page where customer's browser will freeze and he need to call ,in that way how i will track that from which source id i got calls ...how i will optimize and eliminate non performing sources from my camps???? please explain me
     
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    DeniX3 Power Member

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    Prosper202, CPVlab or Voluum.

    You place a pixel on the lp and each click on it will be tracked. This is how you can blacklist non performing siteID's
     
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    That's rather more specific but there's always a solution.

    There are online services where you get phone #s and track (even record) calls, that might be useful. I've never done call-offers so I wouldn't be able to give you the best advice.

    However, speak with your affiliate manager. They are there to help YOU. They don't make money unless you make money, so it's in their best interest to help you and they have more knowledge on their offers and how to properly track them. While we're talking about affiliate managers, try building a strong solid connection with yours, it's very beneficial.

    - Luka