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Ppc & cpa

Discussion in 'CPA' started by alterbuu, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. alterbuu

    alterbuu Junior Member

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    From what i have seen so far hosting a PPC site seems to be the best way to bring in large volumes converts in a short period of time. I see that some offers are non incentive but i'm left with three questions.

    Can you run multiple cpa company offers(Peerfly and Adscend) on one PPC site?

    Will advertisers get tired of your PPC traffic and blacklist you?

    What is a soft incentive?
     
  2. etrader

    etrader Regular Member

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    PPc networks are among the top preferred traffic source of CPA networks .. I didnt hear any publisher banned just because of he used PPC advertisement.

    And Yes , you can ofcourse run multiple campaings with multiple CPA network ..It is nothing to do with CPA network , it depends on your PPC budget..Even how they can , know that if you are running PPC adverts for another CPA network.? Only you and your PPC network know what you are running ..
     
  3. etrader

    etrader Regular Member

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    Or do you mean the PTC site ? Not PPC ?

    If so a PTC site = GPT site = Bux Site = Point Site = It is the worst traffic for a CPA network :)
     
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    hurn Power Member

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    NO Advertisers don't allow PPC traffic because they promote their with PPC and don't like to make competition. Before promote a offer read their guidelines.
     
  5. etrader

    etrader Regular Member

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    why you are giving the wrong information..Dont you see dozens of methods including cheap PPC KWs from Facebook ads to CPA offers ?

    I am running personally CPA and PPC now..(maybe with 10 offers in last month)


    What you are mentioning is very big retail companies with their affiliate schemes. They generally sell something over their e-shops and say that you are not allowed to PPC ..But how many times do you see a simple email submit offer restricts its affilities to bid on PPC ?
     
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