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Buying traffic from MyLikes

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by BloodyNinja, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. BloodyNinja

    BloodyNinja Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I read here a lot about selling traffic on MyLikes and that it's not worth the hassle. But what about buying traffic from there? If it's so cheap, should we be buying it from there? Does anybody know, how much clicks cost there and how good traffic is? Any input gladly appreciated
     
  2. sproles134

    sproles134 Newbie

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    bump. I'm interested in this as well.
     
  3. kingsare2

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    I heard it's shit and I don't doubt it either. I'm sure if you had a large enough budget you'd see some benefits, but you can't control the kind of people that are promoting your content.

    i mean look at the type of content they are promoting. If they were bringing in great traffic they would have awesome ads like they used to.

    If you try it and it works let me know.
     
  4. sproles134

    sproles134 Newbie

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    I'll try them and let you know how it went.
     
  5. Ianaesthetized

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    Ive spent a lot as an advertiser on mylikes. The problem is scale. you can only do small spends and get any kind of return, content or sponsored. the higher your budget, the more pubs it displays to. A lot of the bigger pubs their are running fraud traffic, as my tracking has shown. Mylikes doesnt do shit about it either. think about it, everyone is getting their money from us, the advertiser, so mylikes is only gonna stop what can be proved on their end and nothing more.

    dirty fuckin mylikes publishers. Theyre all over this forum, and reading this thread im sure. I just want to let the ones running dirty traffic know, youre not an IMer, youre a scammer, and if click jacking and content locking links is the best you can come up with then youre probably too incompetent for this business anyways.
     
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    In my opinion, addmefast is better than everything. You may try with mylikes, but I recommend to buy traffic from addmefast.
     
  7. sikkepit3

    sikkepit3 Junior Member

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    You might aswell buy bot traffic then.. Or jingling traffic..
     
  8. boombap

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    I cant see addmefast traffic being any good at all.
     
  9. bryan8282

    bryan8282 Newbie

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    Traffic from addmefast and mylikes is not good at all. I've tried both and don't waste your time unless you just need raw hits.
     
  10. nakedmeatproductions

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    Does anyone know what the deal is with mylikes youtube video campaigns?
     
  11. darksypher

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    I have never had any success with using website traffic sent from mylikes
     
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    They are only interested in getting as much money as possible from advertisers. If a publisher is scamming, they might ban him/her keeping that money too. No wonder most of the content is now monetized by their own adsense account.