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How does PPI work if you are not a developer?

Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by jasgrey, Jun 21, 2014.

  1. jasgrey

    jasgrey Junior Member

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    I'm looking into PPI but it seems as though you have to have your own program to install and it just bundles in the advertisers into your installer. But I am not a developer, how can I use PPI?
     
  2. person03

    person03 Registered Member

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    PPI converts real bad, go with PPD or CPA, also there are not many good choices for PPI networks as they get reports and complains 24/7.. , thats MO
     
  3. sampath

    sampath Regular Member

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    You can work with PPI even if you are not a developer. some networks require you to add policy page url, eula url etc, some dont need.
    You can just make a setup file in vb.net for your fake application if you are in blackhat niche and bind your installer, your network manager should help you with this.
     
  4. regent19

    regent19 Newbie

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    just use some soft like 7zip or whatever else, The important part is let them install.