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The "Fix your computer" PPC Strategy

Discussion in 'CPA' started by frenchboy, May 14, 2009.

  1. frenchboy

    frenchboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I just saw someone today using one of the "Fix Your Computer" offer on the content network of adwords.

    His ad was something like:

    Www xxxxxxxx Com
    Fix Www xxxxxxxxx Com Problems. Free Download. 100% Guaranteed!
    Xxxxxxx.com.Domain

    He basically bids on all high traffic websites with adsense on them and iframes a fix your computer offer.

    Pretty clever if you ask me.
     
  2. too$hort

    too$hort Junior Member

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    yep...this method can be quite profitable if you know how to use it wisely.

    just make sure you don't go over $0.50 on any of your bids and you'll be okay.
     
  3. fight_prof

    fight_prof Newbie

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    frenchboy... do you mean that whatever site the ad is on, that is the url he has in his headline?
     
  4. voidale

    voidale Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i dont get it what means iframe offer, as i understand it the guy clicks on ad from ppc getting him to some blog or website and there is invisible Iframed offer so how he can submit email or anything?
     
  5. westee

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    well the iframe is not invisible, the iframe is just showing the offer site... within his site that is being advertised.
     
  6. Cablekid

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    I don't understand.. Can someone please explain a little better?

    I understand his site and then framing the offer. Got that.. But what is he bidding on?
     
  7. darkstar69

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    i also would like to know what frenchboy exactly means.
    donĀ“t see the sense behind the post.

    greets, darkstar69
     
  8. liamtohd

    liamtohd Registered Member

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    Maybe it's early and my brain is still foggy, but I don't understand why the domain name is in the ad. (in the example www.Download.com) instead of some type of relevant text to what is being promoted. How is the ad getting any clicks if it is written like this?

    Care to clear this up for a tired soul?
     
  9. jjyy2006

    jjyy2006 Newbie

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    How can he get approve if he put brand name at ad , from i know adword not allow brand name or domain name at ad .
     
  10. Flyboy

    Flyboy Junior Member

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    I was going go explain what he meant but the two last posts just completely shot down my willingness to do it. Are you people joking? Do some reading.
     
  11. liamtohd

    liamtohd Registered Member

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    Are you fucking serious??? Was your comment directed at my post?
    I've been using adwords for several years, and while I may not be an expert, I feel I know my way around fairly well and I don't understand how this example is going to work. I asked for clarity.

    If you have nothing positive to add to the conversation, by all means, feel free to keep your fucking mouth shut.
     
  12. sevomthgir

    sevomthgir Newbie

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    got to check though that the offer/cpa network allow iframing.
    coz i think some don't.
     
  13. markdsullivan

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    so basically he's got FixYourComputer.com (his domain) all throughout the ad copy... so he may even get type in visits?? if thats the case, definitely pretty slick... then they go to FixYourComputer.com and its a iframed fix your computer offer correct?
     
  14. blackhat50

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    i just started doing this method and was shocked on easily its making me money while i'm away from the pc

    thanks for the tip
     
  15. fight_prof

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    Are you guys using a clickbank product or cpa product. I'm getting good clicks but no conversions yet, but I'm using a clickbank offer. Are there any non-credit card type offers for this setup? My networks dont seem to have one.