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FriendlyPPC SEO and network optimization

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by FriendlyPPC, Nov 18, 2009.

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Whats your favorite affiliate nework

Poll closed Dec 2, 2009.
  1. Neverblueads

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  2. Clickbooth

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  3. Hydranetwork

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  4. Trafficmarketplace

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  5. Partnerweekly

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  6. Affiliate.com

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  7. Other

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  1. FriendlyPPC

    FriendlyPPC Newbie

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    Occupation:
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    I would like to extend a hand to those new and old to those in the PPC and SEO internet market. I would like to invite anyone and everyone to join us in optimizing your PPC networks and affiliate programs. We have an experienced group of individuals with over 5 years of experience that will cover all the work needed to be done for you on your accounts. All we ask for is your trust and cooperation. I know this is asking a lot for someone that you dont know, but the results dont lie and you are welcome to quit anytime you like. I know this sounds too good to be true, but theres nothing to lose in giving us a shot.

    I will list the networks we work with below:

    HydraNetwork, ClickBooth, AdValiant/MediaTrust, CXDigitalMedia/IncentaClick, NeverBlueAds, trafficmarketplace, Partnerweekly, filinet, copeac, coprosper, revenueads, affiliate.com, cpastorm and yfdirect.com

    I know there are many others out there to outsource to, but please give us a try. We never fail to get you up and running in the affiliate marketing world. I welcome any questions so please feel free to send them to me or simply post here. Thank you for taking the time to read. I would also like to know favorite Affiliate networks. Cast your votes so we can see.

    P.S. We also do domain parking.
     
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  2. lazyentrepreneur

    lazyentrepreneur Junior Member

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    Yes, because handing over your earned accounts to someone with 0-1 posts is a great decision.
     
  3. ljt3759

    ljt3759 Regular Member

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  4. FriendlyPPC

    FriendlyPPC Newbie

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    We arent looking for accounts with tons of money already earned on them. There would be no point in using our service since you're already in an established region. Were looking for accounts with little to no history so that we can get you on the right track.
     
  5. ForeverNever

    ForeverNever Power Member

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    This is most likely fraud.

    Most people that offer to do "ppc & other white hat techniques" using peoples accounts are actually doing credit card fraud. Especially the ones that specify networks they can work with.

    Honestly you may be legit but what I said is the truth and I feel people here should be warned. Oh, and this is perfect for the frauders because they have 0 liability while you have 100% of it. You'll go to jail, not the real frauder.

    please be careful
     
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  6. FriendlyPPC

    FriendlyPPC Newbie

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    I wasnt even aware of those that do credit card fraud. The networks that we do are simply the ones that payout the best. I mean we are legit, but damn i didnt know. No wonder people are always so hesitant. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  7. FriendlyPPC

    FriendlyPPC Newbie

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    We are legitimate people here and would would like to garuntee that if you dont feel safe you are welcome to drop our service and you can change your PW and remove our leads from your accounts.
     
  8. gulp86

    gulp86 Junior Member

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    Why dont u work for ur accounts?
    If the answer is: "because i dont have account and cant get approved" then go to the S&B section and buy some using the approval cpa service
     
  9. FriendlyPPC

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    Well hold on a moment. Who said we didnt use our own accounts? The internet is practically infinite so why cant we extend our services to others? The likelyhood that doing so would affect our own profits is very low, if not at all.
     
  10. Atlusphere

    Atlusphere BANNED BANNED

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    I gave these guys a few spare accounts of mine over the past several months. HydraNetwork, ClickBooth, CXDigitalMedia, NeverBlueAds, Copeac and PartnerWeekly. These were of course accounts I weren't running at the time and could do without in case something went wrong.

    So far I've received 2 (3rd should be on the way) payments from EACH of those networks, totalling in over $1,000 each per month. This equaled around $300-$350 per account per month for me which was not bad considering I didn't have to do anything.

    Haven't had any troubles with my AM or anything like that...Denise with PartnerWeekly called me three weeks ago though telling me I had the best growth over the past quarter and that they were able to bump up some of the payouts on a couple offers of mine, lol.

    I ran my AdValiant account with a guy from on here about 3 months ago and it got banned for fraud within that month...so while I don't know how these guys do what they're doing; I haven't had any issues yet. *Knock on wood.*
     
  11. ForeverNever

    ForeverNever Power Member

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    where did you meet these guys?
     
  12. FriendlyPPC

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    Giving this thread a little bump for some life.