Heads UP AVOID LIMELIGHTCPA

Discussion in 'CPA' started by xzzxpimpxzzx, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. xzzxpimpxzzx

    xzzxpimpxzzx BANNED BANNED

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    Just FYI better to stay away ;-)
     
  2. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED

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    More details as to why perhaps?

    If not, it makes you look like one of their competitors just trying to badmouth them.
     
  3. tbootz

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    They shave hard.

    They had a better payout for an offer that was making me about 5k a month on another network with a 45% conversion rate -on limelight conversion rate dropped to about 20-25%. Switched back to my old network, got a higher payout and am still converting at 45%.
     
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    Totally agreed, they shave too hard. Avoid them.
     
  5. solar2010

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    Almost NOTHING will be left for christmas if they still shave like there is no tomorrow..
     
  6. axus_auto

    axus_auto Power Member

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    I was almost about to join because I saw that they have very good payouts for some offers. Do they really shave hard?
     
  7. zero-day

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    Personally, I don't see why networks shave.
    It is possible for networks to shave because they can manage conversions and just reject them, but I never found a reason as to why.

    All it does is trash their reputation and affiliates and yes, it makes them more money in the short-term, but in the long-run its basically like running down a hill and getting your foot cut off, it's a long painful way down and at the end your pretty much screwed.

    But the even better part of that is, the networks that just say "F*** you" and don't pay, that's just as bad, if not worse.

    I'm not saying anything about LLCPA, or anything, just in general.
     
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  8. Krazie

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    LMAO ^

    I could not agree more. I know of a couple networks that get screwed over pretty bad because of a few bad leads here and there, and they STILL pay out. It ends up coming out of their pockets because of certain bad advertisers. That's just not cool to do.