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SocialSpark anyone using?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by epexlinux, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. epexlinux

    epexlinux Registered Member

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    Hey, for all of you making money using twitter Just discovered SocialSpark and was wondering if anyones using it to make money from twitter and also if your using Revtwt along with it. :)
     
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    The concept of SocialSpark looks good, but they are shawing more than all the CPA networks combined.

    My advise is to stay away from them.
     
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    I think they are big frauds.. I sent more than 2500 clicks for 3 links.. They now saying 1 click recorded and that is invalid click. What a shit...
     
  4. epexlinux

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    Yer thanks guys I don't think ill bother trying to flip this idea, I heard some ware that socialspark only pay if the link was clicked and the user stays on there for a certain amount of time.
     
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    thefish2010 BANNED BANNED

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    I've actually had some (limited) success with socialspark. You do have to remember that the majority of Twitter traffic IS bot traffic, which they are good at detecting. If you look at your server logs, you'd be amazed at the variety of bots that are following twitter links.
     
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    well I have sent them 1,5k twitter traffic from spamming trending topics only 400 clicks were accepted and moved to pending; and then in a few days I saw that all my clicks were invalid and they left only 1 valid click. I am confused because I know people who send them twitter spam traffic and earn $100-200 per day in CPC. according to their stats they have around 1/5 of their traffic is approved.
     
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    I've stopped using Social Spark. I fared a little better - about 1/2 of my clicks were accepted. But, the other day the number of available CPC campaigns dropped from like 60+ to 7 in 1 day. Something odd is going on over there. I had to rush to shut off/redirect all kinds of links. I've been paid several times, but I'm done with them. My guess is that they were trying to promote the fact that they had CPC campaigns by using CPA campaigns, paying publishers on a CPC basis and hoping to break even. That's the only way to explain 50+ "advertisers" dropping off in one day.

     
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    what made me check it out socialspark again was the new options for using twitter/facebook and cpc ads. you can use socialspark to advertise blogengage. Just set up an advertiser's profile. If you want to try it out before spending any ad money, just do a 'spark', it's free, and probably wont get a lot of responses because there is little reward for the blogger, but it should still bring some traffic (from bloggers) and a few links.
    I am now receiving traffic from socialspark every day simply through my profile. The traffic has a low bounce rate, and high number of page views, so simply using the social side of it can be beneficial.