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PPP Exploit

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pdaguy9, Dec 10, 2007.

  1. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    I can see this new service like Adsense. Except you get paid on every visitor as they don't have to click anything.

    hxxp://www.sellingppp.com/


    In a nutshell, you get paid for every visitor that comes to your website and hears a 5-second audio clip.

    Ad spending and pricing will be based on monthly visitors so set up a decent page with good information, or better yet, have one of those time-wasting office games developed and put it on your site and then send it out to friends that work in cubicles and have them pass it around - it could potentially go viral.

    Visitors don't care if they have to listen to the ad because they get to play the game.

    Just thinking out loud, any more ideas?
     
  2. markj

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    I got an email about that too. Smells fishy. In most of their follow up emails, as well as inside the member's site it HEAVILY pitches the referral part. Not the actual PPP part.
    The typical, "The more people you sign up under you, blah,blah,blah".
    It is also strange that they want yoy to place their ad codes on your site immediately but the program won't be live until sometime in February in the earliest.
    2-3 months of free advertising?? Hmmm...

    I'm not saying it's a scam, I'm just saying 'Caveat Emptor ' (Buyer beware).
     
  3. allaboutdatingsites

    allaboutdatingsites Newbie

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    "If it looks and sounds too good to be true" then it probably isn't ... The net is full of "slick" deals... has anybody noticed an increase in scams lately, my email box is getting hit all the time now with lottery and sob story megabucks scams all of a sudden???

    kindest regards, mikesz
     
  4. BuzzKill

    BuzzKill Executive VIP

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    I agree, there are a few things that send up warning flags. I do actually like the seo2020 site tho. They have a ton of good information and I have used it as a reference in the past. I am going to give it a shot on one or two sites, if it does turn out to be legit, it would be nice to be in the first wave of people to get in on it. If I had jumped on adsense when my friends told me about it my life would be very different right now.
     
  5. pdaguy9

    pdaguy9 BANNED BANNED

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    I'm not doing a damn thing unless I get paid, but I understand the need for beta testing. It gets the idea out there and people interested and, oh by the way, get the actual testing done.

    This could be very good if it's legit.
     
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    if it's really that good, it will still be good when they're done with BETA

    maybe the *bug* in their BETA testing will be a flawed payment structure...

    "sorry guys, we messed up, thanks for the vistits..."
     
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    Buying junk traffic might be perfect for PPP.