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[question]Got Approved in tatt0 media... Need some reviews and some noob ques answered

Discussion in 'CPA' started by uchiha.jain, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. uchiha.jain

    uchiha.jain Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey fellas.. I just got approved in a network.. tatt0 media(URL: tatt0media. com){Please replace 0 with o}
    I searched the forum for any reviews But I can't seem to find a single review or any mention of them for that matter...
    Their interface seems decent and they do have a tons of offers..
    Is anyone else here working with this network?? If yes I'd appreciate if you can share your findings with us..

    Also, this might be a real noob question...
    I plan to use some CL methods described here on the forum.. But I don't really know how exactly the CPA networks want you to promote and I think I might need it if my AM wants me to show him the method of driving traffic... I said the usual stuff in the application and email they sent me like I'm using email marketing right now and would look into PPC in near future..
    Well... I get the email market thing.. But how would you promote an offer to PPC?? I mean advertise on adwords and send the users directly to the affiliate link?? or do I need a domain to redirect it to the offers (AFAIK iFraming is not allowed...)

    Any help would be really appreciated.. Thanks in advance... :)
     
  2. bizkiller

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    Simple.

    Traffic -> LP -> Offer = PROFIT.
     
  3. uchiha.jain

    uchiha.jain Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So in essence.. they want you to create a quality landing page to attract and put a link to the offer in it.. hmm.... seems like a lot of work to do.. but might pay off in the long run...

    BTW.. in email marketing.. I suppose they wouldn't want you to SPAM the inboxes of peeps.. So how do they differentiate between spams and opted-in mails...
     
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    They will give you a list called suppression email list.

    you bascially remove those email addresses from your list.

    got it?

    sorry my brain isn't functioning right now. rofl
     
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    They don't want you to spam and they have a list of opted out individuals like bizkiller said, BUT they can't stop you from doing it. It's up to you on how you get those leads to them, but if they catch you spamming and start getting complaints...you might just forfeit all that money you made for them. Basically they want you to send out emails that allow the user to opt-out/unsubscribe and allow them to do so with no difficulty. That's just the gist of it from my opinion...I'm sure other experienced mailers would be able to elaborate.
     
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    In email marketing, not "spamming" would be compliance to the CAN-SPAM act. Theoretically, all your leads need to be double opted in to a list/newsletter, where they sign up, and receive and email confirming the signed up. You would also be expected to keep records on your leads, and the source they came from. Then, you would be required to 'scrub' or remove leads that the advertiser tells you to.

    Read up:
     
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    Oh and don't forget the fact that you can get banned.
     
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    hmmm.. thanks you all guys... you've been really wonderful.. :)
    At least I know now the actual method is a lot of hassle.. But well.. maybe I'll try to work something out.. Start reading the CPA threads here..

    But BTW.. I have my major exams going on so if I don't start any campaigns and get them any leads/impressions for a while (Note that I'm new to this network and haven't started any work..)... would my AM start asking questions??
     
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    I would also like to know about tattomedia if they pay or not.
    I searched the forum also, and didn't find any review.
    Some of the members here had any success with them?
    Are they good to work with?
    I've also heard they own hasoffers.com is it true?

    Plz, guys just say 2 words about them and some advice about doing blackhat with them, how "cruel" their AM are, and how to promote them(WH or BH)?

    Would appreciate it very much!

    Thanks to ALL of you!
     
  11. p2y

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    Thats not that complicated.If the network want to keep advertisers happy,they need to protect them from fraud.I wouldn't call them "cruel" just because of this.As far as i heard they are a good and professional network to work with and they pay on time and as long as you are covering your tracks(lowering conversion rates,mixing with whitehat traffic - this one is extremely important,faking your referrers,banning ip ranges of AM's from your blackhat landing pages) i don't think that there will be a problem.
     
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    Sorry my bad, I also didn't want to call them cruel, but that's what hit my mind when writing, that's why I put it in quotes!
    Let's say tolerant!

    And yes, I know the usual stuff about protecting yourself, covering your tracks, NOT to do too much or pure FRAUD,etc...

    My point of the post was to get some reviews for them?
    Have you ever worked with them personally? and thnx for your reply!

    If anyone else has anything to say for them, then plz...
    I don't know if any of their AM are members here, so they can answer my questions!