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Traffic from Miva

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BuzzKill, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. BuzzKill

    BuzzKill Executive VIP

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    I was approved to buy and send traffic to Miva. I have never used them before? Has anyone found their traffic to be any good for arbitrage or anything else?
     
  2. Ruck

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    You better get your damn spreadsheets out and monitor that shit like it was a 3rd child. I have nearly gotten fucked over a few times, but a simple email and my account was refunded. This has happened 4 times in the last year.

    Just really pay attention. At best I have gotten a 20% ROI. But 90% of the time I spend there is damn near break even or lose a little. It's a tough nut to crack, but some people say they do well with it. Unfortunately, I have never seen proof to back their claims and I have spent a hefty amount over there and my stats are not even worth showing.
     
  3. frivvy89

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    You are absolutely right Ruck. The same thing happened to me. But I was using a program called mROI. Which helped me see that I was getting all my clicks from the same ip.
     
  4. BuzzKill

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    Thanks Ruck, Ive only been here a short time but I pretty much take what you say as the truth. I will give it some tests. Interesting to note, I had a few accounts with them, never used any, but the turnaround time for approval was about 9 hours. This last time was 4 days, it also happens that it is the main source used in that Google Payload nonsense, coincidence?