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Is it weird if you promote multiple offers on a network, but only on a small scale?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by blackhatcatz, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I have this method i'm using and I can acquire tons of (real) BH leads going into whatever email/zip submit I want. I just wanted to know if anyone has experience of spreading it too thin on a network. Example: Sending 100 clicks to an offer and getting 15 leads and never sending them any more leads for the month. You do this on multiple offers on the network and basically end up with around $30-50 a day with them. Then you switch your offers on a daily basis.

    I have this outsourced so its not a big deal... Just wanted to know if anyone thinks this would be a redflag with a network, or will they only question me if the advertisers complain. Thanks!

    I am still testing it, just wanted to hear some feedback from anyone who has done this. Thanks!

    All the best,

    Catz
     
  2. Dev-Gank

    Dev-Gank Regular Member

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    Im not an expert, but it seems that your AM would wonder why you spent the time setting up a campaign that was making some money, then you just stopped running it after putting the research and time in.

    I guess if they ask you could always say that they were not profitable.
     
  3. scubaslick

    scubaslick Regular Member

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    Making some money is not the same as making some profit. Limiting it to 100 clicks is actually just common sense if you aren't profitable. You might want to eventually settle in and spend some of that cash to whitehat add to a few little campaigns and keep them running for a while.

    "Even a blind hog finds an occasional acorn."

    If you "tried" them all, it makes sense that eventually you might find one or two that actually made a profit.

    But really, just send roughly the same number of clicks to each one before you turn it off and if anyone asks, like Dev-Gank said, "I tried it and wasn't making any money so I moved on to the next one."
     
  4. blackhatcatz

    blackhatcatz Power Member

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    Yes, i'm mixing it up. But i just wanted a quicker way of setting up campaigns and just sending BH leads to them for a few bucks-- my reasoning is, I have it outsourced and the system is panning out quite well. Just wanted an opinion from you guys! Thanks for the info it is extremely appreciated.

    Mixing it is the key to this method anyway, When I get a good conversion rate on my BH leads, I usually setup PPC campaigns and ramp it up a bit. Just to get some WH leads in. I just want to test this system to make a few bucks staying under the radar and at the same time looking for campaigns with big profit potential.


    All the best,,

    Catz