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[METHOD] Fake Bot Twist

Discussion in 'CPA' started by MaverickonRoids, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. MaverickonRoids

    MaverickonRoids Power Member

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    I recently read a great post about a method for PPD.

    Look here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/making-money/476797-method-ppd-starters-50-day.html

    Then I thought, ok, let's twist this into a method people can feel good about, and go to sleep without feeling like they are screwing people over.

    Currently, there is an offer with the CPA network I am with (Adwork Media) called "Browse for the Cause". It's a program that people download from either a content locker (which is what I use), or from straight aff. link, and when the people install it on the computer, over time, it generates money for either one charity, or a group of them (I didn't check).

    So what you can do is lock up a file, whether it be that bot that was mentioned in another thread, or whatever it is you want to put there, and use the offer that I mentioned as the offer to unlock the file. Once people do that, you earn $ (I get anywhere between 0.50 - 0.70 per convert) and the people either get a dummy file (dummy bot), or something else. This way, you win (get money), and they win by helping a good cause (even if they don't get the super duper file you promised them).

    Keep in mind, this offer is only for the US (at least that is how it's setup at my CPA network), AND, this can be used from MANY different angles, not just gaming. There are tons of people that will do something for charity, so get that noggin' of yours thinking of different "fronts".

    Good luck!
     
  2. MaverickonRoids

    MaverickonRoids Power Member

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    BTW, Revenue Ads has this offer as well (according to Offervault), and it is going for $1 per lead.
     
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    BottingWorks Regular Member

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    Sounds illegal.

    Also, a waste of time.
     
  4. MaverickonRoids

    MaverickonRoids Power Member

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    Did you read the other thread that I posted a link to? I am sure you flamed their thread as well, right?

    You are at BHW, man. If you don't like BHW methods, go to Warrior Forum.
     
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    How about I make it "clean" for the people who think this method is totally despicable (which is dumb because this is BHW):

    Put something in a content locker that is EXACTLY WHAT YOU SAY YOU WILL PUT THERE, but use the Browse For The Cause offer as the one they have to complete as a offer closer, to sweeten the deal.

    Sheesh. Some people just flame to flame and forget where they are.
     
  6. BottingWorks

    BottingWorks Regular Member

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    BHW involves methods not allowed by a certain search engine.

    It sounds like you're attempting to rip off charities, despite that fact that's stealing it's also not great karma.
    But sure man, go ahead.

    Never flamed your other thread, not 'flaming' this one either, just adding in an opinion.

    It still sounds like a waste of time, but sure give it a go and let us know how you go! ;D
     
  7. MaverickonRoids

    MaverickonRoids Power Member

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    Are you a complete idiot? Did you even check the offer that I mentioned? It's a real offer, that DOES earn revenue for charities. It is not fraud. Before you comment, check your ignorance at the door, and learn a little.

    In addition, the person that goes through the steps that I mention, only lose their time (1 minute at most) for downloading the REAL charity software.