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Is it better to explain that they have to finish a task/survey in video or landing page?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by PageMarketingSEO, Sep 1, 2013.

  1. PageMarketingSEO

    PageMarketingSEO Regular Member

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    It happens alot that when doing CPA/Youtube , people going to the download link would be repelled by encountering the CPA netowrk screen where they have to finish a survey to download the required file .

    I could do a split test to find out but i would like to see other opinions first , would it perform better to tell visitors that they will only take a minuite to perform a task first and that it would help me somehow to keep uploading working files etc.. , or will they not even consider it and go find the file elsewhere?

    Cheers ..
     
  2. azguru

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    I think it would be best to split test.

    The results will vary across niches. It really depends on how badly the users want your content.
     
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  3. FutureKingOfScrapers

    FutureKingOfScrapers Newbie

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    agreed it will depend on what your marketing
     
  4. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    "Please complete a short survey to confirm that you are a human not a bot."

    I used to use this text...until one day a user commented on my site: "lol, why a machine would want to download ***" .

    It really depends on how much badly they need something. If it is really something hot, they will do whatever they can to get it.
     
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