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Media Traffic

Discussion in 'Other PPC Networks' started by vegasvillan, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    Has anyone had any luck? Do there ads convert? Any tips would be appreciated.
     
  2. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Media Traffic doesn't have any of their own ads..it's a PPV company not PPC (unless they started doing PPC and i'm not aware of it).

    You have to pick the right ads to pop up that convert well.
     
  3. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    have you had much luck with them? Would it be worth it to drop $500?
     
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    drunkseo Junior Member

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    I've had mixed results with media traffic...It is all about choosing the right keywords and being creative.
     
  5. vegasvillan

    vegasvillan Regular Member

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    Anyone else care to share there results?
     
  6. frankls

    frankls Newbie

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    I haven't had a whole lot of success with mediatraffic. I find them a little clumsy to deal with compared to TrafficVance. Although you'll probably find 10 others who rave about them over TrafficVance.

    There traffic does convert, but I've found it difficult to get traffic from them at all. Not sure if it's because I only use URLs as my targets and not keywords, but their traffic trickles in.

    In my experience it can take them up to a day to review and approve your campaigns. Which for an impatient guy like me is painful!

    Anyways, just my experience.
     
  7. premiumsource

    premiumsource Senior Member

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    I had a decent ROI lately running some campaigns with media traffic but I've used very deceptive advertising. Quite frankly, that is the only way I found PPV to work for me. And most importantly I didn't use any CPA.... I've used godaddy parking to do so. Never had any problems with them, and have been receiving nice checks from them for the last few months. They are very overlooked if you ask me. It is much easier to get people to click on shit then fill out an offer or take out their CC. I still do CPA and revenue share programs but still parking is the best in my opinion. Of course just my honest opinion.

    P.S. My recommendation is to buy a cheap computer and load up as many adwares as possible and see what I'm talking about. Trust me you will realize what works and what doesn't within minutes.
     
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  8. dvdcowboy

    dvdcowboy Junior Member

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    I have had mixed success.

    Email submits have sucked so far for me.
    My profitable campaigns from another ppv network are doing well there and I am currently scaling it up on MT.
     
  9. gurujh

    gurujh Registered Member

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    I've had some good experiences with Media Traffic before they raised their minimum bid prices. Guess they want to start getting greedy, just like Google.

    Anyway, I agree, that you much be creative with what you want to advertise, and choosing your keywords.

    The one thing that annoyed the hell out of me was this. Say for example you want to promote a Best Buy card offer. So you put you ad up, and pick the keyword "Best Buy". The ad will be dissaproved. Why you may ask? Because they are advertising the same offer, and you are now cutting into their commissions!

    Remember, this is not like Google (not to say they do, or do not do this as well).
    The PPV companies watch what you do, and since they are in control of the traffic, the will replicate whatever they see is working, and tell you that you cannot advertise on certain terms. It's just the nature of PPV. That's why I don't use them as much as I once did. Just some friendly advice.
     
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    I am actually paying .03 per view right now and that is not making a difference in my ROI. I wouldn't blame it on them.

     
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    I have been using Mediatraffic as well but I have gotten away from running email submits because the ROI just isn't there (for me). I have had a smattering of offers be profitable but the numbers were so small and I couldn't seem to ramp up the traffic. I am experimenting right now with offers that focus on a need instead of a want but it's too soon to tell how it's working out.
     
  12. mercy101

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    Urls instead of keywords worked for me but traffic wise - not much
     
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    ecks from them for the last few months. They ar