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CPA lead's new PPC service

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Entertainment, Sep 13, 2016.

  1. PrakasK PreZzor

    PrakasK PreZzor Newbie

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    Correct !! My account was banned , after too many request my account turn on . I was earned 897$ but all leads are reversed , Move on from here.
     
  2. ozzieoz

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    Was it a Single optin offer or double optin??? And where you using a landing page??? You probably got duped by the advertiser, they probably saw were your traffic was coming from and decided because it's an incentive source, which they don't allow, they banned you but you might find that the traffic source is backing out for the advertiser and they are probably using it for themselves. I see from your earnings you ran traffic for a long time and when it comes time to pay, bamm!! you get banned!! Why did they not pick this up early after a couple of conversions.
     
  3. CPAlead.com

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    For our PPC self serve advertising, you can choose the type of traffic you want under the 'Sources' menu, then select a campaign you'd like to manage, then select the 'Toggle Traffic Sources' in the upper right corner of this page.

    Below is a screenshot taken from our 'Toggle Traffic Sources' menu. We have a soft-incentive Ad Wall / Locker option (visitors are only incentivized to interact with ONE ad that they choose - NOT virtual currency) but the majority of our options are non-incentive such as banner ads, pop unders, interstitials, and so on.

    A lot of traditional non-incentive advertisers / networks are okay with the soft-incentive / Ad Wall / Locker traffic because the visitor chooses the offer they are interested in from a rather large list, depending on the country and device, and they are only required to pick one. However, some CPA networks will ban your account simply because they caught you on a technicality. It's always best to ask your network first before enabling the Ad Wall option on a non-incentive offer.

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  4. ozzieoz

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    Just to confirm, is this what you mean when you say offer wall before the content?

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    If so then majority of cpa offers,more especially email submits, the ones for free Iphone or PS4 are doing the exact same thing whereby they are offering a free gift ie: iPhone or ps4, only if you go through their offer wall by completing at least a couple of offers in their funnel, mind you these very same email submit offer owners have the same offers that are on the networks but the advertisers of these other offers don't have a problem with the email submit guys. Strange!!!! I don't know. But thanks for clarifying this.

    Do you offer any coupons to test out your traffic?
     
  5. CPAlead.com

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    Yes, that's correct. These offers towards the top will pay visitors about 20-30 cents per click. The ones towards the bottom of the list, pay less. As you can see dating offers are very popular with us right now.

    For email / co-reg campaigns, yes it's pretty much the same. Non-incentive co-reg campaigns give an incentive such as a promise for a free PS4 game system if you complete the survey. However, virtual currency traffic is entirely different which is why we would NEVER run our CPC ads on virtual currency offer walls. Virtual currency offer walls incentivize a user to complete multiple surveys, which is why that would never work for CPC.

    But yes, from your example above, it's very close to the same, except with lockers, there are two incentives. The first incentive is the content the user is trying to unlock, and then the 2nd incentive is the reward within the offer they are trying to interact with.

    We have coupons for advertisers who purchase over $500+ at a time, but we don't have have coupons for testing.

    However, the minimum deposit amount is only $50. If you don't like our traffic after spending $10, we'll refund the $40 (no extra fee). We usually suggest advertisers who are on the fence about trying out our self-serve PPC advertising platform to make the minimum deposit of $50, then commit a $10 budget to a campaign. If your network doesn't like the traffic, ask for the $40 refund.