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Offline CPA: domain or not?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by ace1247, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. ace1247

    ace1247 BANNED BANNED

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    I am doing 2 campaigns for offline CPA. One for home security and another for christian dating. Should I buy a domain for each and have that on the flyer? Or does a short link work just as well (tinlyURL)?

    If I buy a domain should I make it localized? And on the domain do you use iframes or redirects?
     
  2. etrader

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    I think , a real and short nice domain name with related to topic would be better seen in flyer..And say me can you modify the destination adress of the that shortened tiny url , or once you create it , does it always redirect to the same long URL ? If you cannot modify the tinyURL after creation , it is a big disadvantage since you are making an offline marketing , when that offers experies then your visitors will be still sent to that dead link..But if you have your own url, you can always modify your redirects..

    Sorry dont know much about tinyURL.But this was a general answer.
     
  3. eochoa8

    eochoa8 Junior Member

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    I agree with etrader.

    In my opinion, you're better off buying your own domain name. This way you have more control of your re-directs as he explained. And if you buy a generic domain name, you can use it to promote multiple offers, add a few articles, etc...

    Good luck man.
     
  4. Autumn

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    Short, memorable, local domain. People will get a long url, or a url with a subdirectory in it, wrong 50%+ of the time.