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Has Anyone Purchased Auto Traffic Avalanche?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cjmo75, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    I'm just curious to know if anyone has purchased this new product called Auto Traffic Avalanche and if so, what can they tell me about it?

    I'm not one to buy Clickbank products but this one really intrigues me. Any information would be helpful or if anyone knows what this is please let me know.

    Thanks.

    http://autotrafficavalanche.com/
     
  2. jdog37

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    I did not see it on the DNS list and with a simple search query of:
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    site:autotrafficavalanche.com
    You can find the members area:
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    http://autotrafficavalanche.com/members/m1.php
    I'm pretty sure that is the course and what you pay for if you buy it. So why not check it out and give us a review :rolleyes:
     
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  3. cjmo75

    cjmo75 BANNED BANNED

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    Ok, here it is:

    They tell you how to use Facebook Advertsing and Plenty of Fish (dating network) advertising.

    The course isn't bad, he goes over the different ways you can advertise, what kind of products to promote, etc.

    He also discusses how to build your list using these networks.

    It comes with a cloaking software that allows you to "get around the strict approval process" of Facebook (haven't learned about that yet).

    So far it seems like it's pretty good. I will write a more in-depth review after the course is finished.
     
  4. cjmo75

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    Wow. This is super cool. The "cloaking" software allows you to send the Facebook mods to a "fake" page that they will definitely approve for the ad, and once the ad is approved, it redirects the traffic to your offer or opt-in page. That's awesome!

    You can also change the link in your ad if the offer is not converting. For example, once the Facebook ad is approved, you can't change the link. With this software, you can go in and change the link at any time so the ad goes to another offer.

    It's basically a cloaking script. Just set it up on my server in less than 10 minutes.

    I wonder how long until Facebook catches on to this?
     
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    Won't be long now :eek:
     
  6. tlbabin

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    I have tried it as well. It's main value is for cloaking pages you might want to advertise that facebook would not approve of. It didn't work for me. I wanted to promote my affiliate page for Full Tilt Poker; facebook TOS states that it doesn't allow gambling sites or sites that link to gambling sites. Well I cloaked the Full Tilt page and sent the facebook police to a poker "tips" page that didn't have any actual gambling portal or links to gambling sites. It was just tips on playing the game. They disapproved the site anyway. The problem is that your real and cloaked pages have to be related. If you send facebook users to a completely different page than what you have described in the ad, at some point someone is going to report it to facebook and you'll get banned. Now maybe you could advertise a "G" rated dating site and send the traffic to Adult Friend Finder. But there again, someone would probably report this. And although they do not emphasize this part, you still must have money to spend on the actual facebook advertising. A lot of experimenting with this product will involve some cost. Overall, I think this is a "hit it while its hot" product. I don't think it's going to be viable for too long.