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CPC Reseller Question

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by webdeep, Sep 4, 2015.

  1. webdeep

    webdeep Registered Member

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    I've seen a lot of people become "Business Opportunity CPC Sellers" in the last few months.

    They charge anywhere from 70 cents to $1 per click for make money, home business, network marketing, etc. offers.

    I've used them - and oddly enough, I've been impressed with the quality of the traffic. Good opt-ins, real sales, not bad.

    But I know these people aren't the "source". I suspect they're resellers.

    So I'm wondering if anyone has any insight into how to find the actual source.

    I suspect it may be some of these CPC Networks - because they charge 20 to 40 cents per click... so I can see these resellers marking it up by a few times and reselling it.

    Just wondered if anyone had any resources for "business opportunity" or "work from home" wholesale CPC sources.

    Thanks!
    Kris

    P.S. Yes, I've searched Google for hours. Cliksor's reseller program is as close as I've gotten - but the reviews I've seen say their clicks are very low quality. And the resellers I'm seeing are providing very high quality CPC traffic.
     
  2. LucidMarketing

    LucidMarketing Regular Member

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    Yes, these "resellers" most likely make use of PPC (pay-per-click) services and other ad networks to send you traffic. Of course, you can do the same. Simply open PPC accounts such as Google Adwords, Bing Ads or any other network you wish to use to target your demographic.

    Keep in mind that you will have to learn how to do PPC yourself. There is a learning curve, lots to learn (I've been doing it for ten years and still learning new things as things change and new features come out) and you may not be successful right away. In fact, few people are immediately successful when starting. So you may not save yourself money doing it yourself, at least not initially.

    You mention somewhat iffy niches so I recommend you carefully read all rules before starting. Most of these ad networks have strict rules and will ban you if you don't follow them. Not being able to advertise on a large search engine like Google would be a shame just because you did not read or understand the rules.
     
  3. webdeep

    webdeep Registered Member

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    Thank you for the answer but I don't think that these are from PPC accounts such as Google Adwords, Bing Ads. At least not directly. I found at least 5 different websites under different brands that resell these clicks with slightly different prices. So I assume that there must be a reseller program or something.

    Any other ideas ??