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My Nifty Little Facebook Loop

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by s1wg4u, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. s1wg4u

    s1wg4u BANNED BANNED

    May 22, 2011
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    This is my nifty little Facebook loop. As you can see, the default page is a pay for a tweet. When they tweet / repost on facebook (even though Facebook option is down right now) it takes them to another laanding page asking them to confirm their zip. So, in essence, they post a tweet / facebook post and then if they continue through I get a CPA lead from an iFrame; it's a two step process.

    I'll post conversion results. What I may end up doing is taking it off Facebook entirely and putting it on it's own LP with just a Pay for Tweet button ---> straight to iFrame w/ zip submit to reduce the overall number of clicks. I'm driving traffic via spamming link on Republican discussion boards, and then also Twitter. I know right now the process is long, but I feel greedy. I want the lead and free advertising.

    I was running it with just the lead / content locker on a landing page and making around 5 - 10 a day. I decided however to scale up my twitter spam through 10 different accounts, and then create the facebook fan page and see if I can't make it go viral.

    Q: Also, if anyone has a post on Facebook wall script, that would be awesome. Please let me know, as I can't find one. And if anyone has any tips for the iframe at the end of the refferal and how I can make the box go away after one click, also let me know. The Box is an iframe within an iframe, so when they click continue it's clicking in one iframe, and then they have to click the button below it again to start the timer to remove the locker.

    [URL="http://www.facebook.com/pages/Obama-Praying-in-a-Mosque/178919125500190"]http://www.facebook.com/pages/Obama-Praying-in-a-Mosque/178919125500190 [/URL]
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2011