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ppc for email?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by utuxia, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. utuxia

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    Has anyone used or know of any ppc programs for email?

    I have a large list of subscribers and would like to promote a ppc campaign with a link in my newsletter.
     
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    hm, I've never heard of a ppc email program? I'm not sure if I completely understand. Do you mean a company that pays your per click through a link that you send out in an email?
     
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    exactly, like adsense for email. But it would just be a standard link that I can include in my email.
     
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    hm.. that's very interesting but I haven't heard of anything like that. Let us know if you find anything because I'd be interested. However, if you need help trying to figure out how to monetize your email list, feel free to PM me. I promise I won't try to sell you anything! I've got a pretty good rep on this forum and I enjoy helping out others when I can.

    Are you currently monetizing your list in any way? CPA or affiliate offers? Are they targeted emails?
     
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    I think donkeymail might do that.

    Also those guys on Warrior forum do stuff called Solo ads :/

    You can ask em how they keep track of PPC and you can probably post in JV section over or make a sales thread and offer your service (if you wanted to sell email clicks).
     
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    Solo ads won't do you much good unless it's a pretty targeted list. The reason being is that for anyone to use your Solo ad service, you are going to have to guarantee an opt-in percentage of at least 10%.
     
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    I am just exploring the idea at this point. Finding out what is out there.