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Crakrevenue won't convert anymore, any ideas?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by thehighmind, May 2, 2016.

  1. thehighmind

    thehighmind Regular Member

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    Hi guys,
    As you can see traffic that I send to crakrevenue won't convert anymore, have no idea why, tried all their offers lately PPL, yesterday I just tried an international revshare offer, but still can't convert my traffic. I use their promotion tools banners/gifs to send traffic to their offers (traffic come from my xxx websites) but also tumblr traffic which used to convert very well at first. I also tried datinggold for US traffic, but didn't get many conversions there also. I'm thinking to switch to a CPM/CPC network like plugrush or juicyads, are there any good networks with which you can monetize adult traffic? I can send 4.000 UV/day by placing banners on my websites, do pop-unders worth trying?
    Any ideas?
    Thanks. mErGysh.png
     
  2. Dilettante

    Dilettante Power Member

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    Hello,

    with the same amount of traffic, I earn more with crak.

    Did you try PPS?

    And what are the niches of your site? Pure porn? Fetish? Cams? ...
     
  3. thehighmind

    thehighmind Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I'm not in a specific niche, it's more like porn for all. I haven't tried PPS yet, only PPL and revshare. Do you think it will work better?
    How much you manage to make per day if you said you have same amount of traffic?
    Thanks
     
  4. norkodeo

    norkodeo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Ive already told you why it not converts for you.
    When they dont like quality of traffic they closes PPL offers, so you are sending traffic now like to nowhere..
     
  5. thehighmind

    thehighmind Regular Member

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    Hi,
    Yes, I got that, that's why I switched to RevShare offers, if that ones don't convert eighter I'm gonna say goodbye to crackrevenue for good.
     
  6. HoNeYBiRD

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    Are you familiar with the term "revenue sharing"? :)

    It doesn't mean that your traffic will convert right away, it's not PPL, it can take months until someone buys something. It easily can be that you won't make anything or close to nothing in the first month, then slowly it starts to gain traction. PPS is practically revenue sharing too, the only difference that you won't be credited for future sales, only for the first one made by every user, who has been brought to the site by you. Revenue sharing proves to be better in the long run than PPL or even PPS, but you need to find the right offer(s) of course.

    Testing revshare will take some time, until you can decide, if it's worth it or you need to switch to something else. You can't really do split testing effectively either, because luck is a factor and you don't possibly know beforehand, which free user will start spending, so the result can be biased. But maybe pick 2-3 offers and stick with them for a while.

    What kind of traffic are you sending exactly besides tumblr? Low quality? Traffic exchange or cheap bought traffic by any chance?

    I also think, that something is off with the stats when the traffic comes from tumblr, not just on CR, but i have seen this on CB too. The stats show a lot higher traffic, than what you actually get from real users. It appears, there is a high level of bot activity on tumblr and most networks can't filter those, so the vast majority of clicks must come from bots, hence it won't convert.
     
  7. thehighmind

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    Hi,
    I'm familiar with the term, I know that takes time to see if works or not, I wasn't going to decide over only a couple of days. I'll go with rev share program for a while before I decide if it's worth it or not.

    At the moment, I don't send tumblr traffic, I paused that traffic, the only traffic that I send is from my websites (most of it comes from search engines) using banners from crakrevenue, no paid traffic or junk traffic.

    I don't know about the stats, but I think they are corrent since I have some traffic on my websites. I will check in the near future with a CPC network and see how it goes.
     
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  8. ppaizon217

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    Using linkbucks and shortest you'd probably be getting 300-500$ a month if the traffic is legit
     
  9. Shadexpwn

    Shadexpwn Elite Member

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    You can try linking through with GEOMATIK or promoting multi-payout offers.

    If offers run dry go for something fresh, it's all you have to worry for.
     
  10. thehighmind

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    I'll hope that these rev share offers will convert in the future.