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Offer Walls?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Sadharana, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. Sadharana

    Sadharana Registered Member

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    Have you guys used offer walls from CPA sites like CPAGrip and Ogmobi?

    In your opinion what is the best option. Content locking or Offer walls?
     
  2. ghat6

    ghat6 Junior Member

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    it really depends on how you are getting traffic. For me personally, content locking has worked pretty well for more targeted traffic & I use offerwalls as more of a "catch-all" solution for less specific traffic. I haven't had much success with offerwalls.
     
  3. karabar

    karabar Newbie

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    yeah it depends on the traffic. if you have some really valuable content for targeted traffic then of course content locking will be the better choice.
     
  4. tamerbek

    tamerbek Junior Member

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    I have one question, guys. I see that some people locking fake stuff (for example, 25$ 50$ or 100$ steam gift card ) with cpagrip content lockers, its not against their rules?
     
  5. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    People work a lot of angles if they are successfully violating their networks TOS with impunity. These types have a solid working model/method that makes bank, and they have the resources to protect it - including the information. If you are going to use established networks content lockers and even tread on the lines of possible TOS violations, you better know what you're doing or getting that money can be a real challenge.

    Anyway, a content wall works best when the user KNOWS they are going to be sent to an offer wall. Typical examples might include standard CPA email submit offers often go to an offer wall by page 2. It can be almost seamless when integrated well, and many people just think they are taking the next step they are SUPPOSED to take. Another scenario where offer walls are effective is with PTC sites. Generally an offer wall works best when a reasonable incentive is offered, and the end-user ALSO expects to see an offer wall. That guy converts!