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PPV Email Submits

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by alvingobind, Nov 11, 2009.

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  1. alvingobind

    alvingobind Newbie

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    Hi,

    I am new to PPV. I have a bunch of email submits to test. I have approval on 3 networks (Zango, directCPV, and Media Traffic). Which of these 3 networks would be a good place to start my testing.
    Your feedback would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. billymail01

    billymail01 Registered Member

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    MediaTraffic works fine for my Email Submit campaigns.
     
  3. harry1970

    harry1970 Newbie

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    I ran some big numbers through email/zip submits (around $10k a month) but on every occasion the traffic would get scrubbed and the merchants would complain about lead quality. Test them for sure, but your best bet is to find a stable of 5-20 good/great offers that you can keep sending traffic to.
    Spread your offers out among a few networks too, don't be fooled into sending your traffic all to 1 network.
     
  4. affportal

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    I have had pretty good luck doing pre pop email submits. Like Harry said, they get scrubbed eventually but in the short term, pre pop works good for me.

    ~ Corey
     
  5. seorebel

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    Pre pop? Care to explain?

    Thanks :)
     
  6. MarketerMac

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    pre-populated.

    it's been pretty hit or miss for me as well. after about a week of testing it I don't think it's worth all the effort for the money I'm going to get out of it.

    if you have deposits on all 3 why not run similar URLs / offers on all 3? They each have different userbases and I know for a fact that the same offer converts differently on different networks. Throw 20 or 30 bucks against the wall and see what sticks with each one, and move from there.
     
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