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What CPA Networks allow Contextual / PPV traffic?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by HattyGirl, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. HattyGirl

    HattyGirl Newbie

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    Well,

    the question says it all. I am searching for CPA or other networks that allow PPV contextual traffic, maybe even to the landing pages of their merchands. I already looked into some of "my" networks but only MaxBounty showed some merchands that allowe contextual traffic (unfortunately without handling out the creatives needed for it).
    Any cool answer gets a thanks and a big kiss :)
     
  2. sandycat

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    most CPA networks will seriously frown on PPV/CPV contextual traffic. I haven't had one yet that 'likes' it.
     
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  3. ~@-kanye-west-@~

    ~@-kanye-west-@~ Power Member

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    hey jeremy where are u from?



    edit: oh nevermind seen your post
     
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  4. blanc

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    Azoogle allows PPV
     
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  5. HattyGirl

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    Thanks and kisses to all, especially blanc.
    Hey Jeremy, maybe I am too tired, but who is "we"?

    P.S.: No need to answer Jeremy, I think I found your company through another post. Will look for it.
     
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  6. Belexandor

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    Hatty, the most expensive lesson I had to learn was that it's IMPERATIVE to hide your campaigns from the people you're buying traffic from and hide the traffic source from the networks where you're getting the offer. They will both screw you if they can.

    If you're set up the right way, neither of them will know what's what and you can use any traffic that you want as long as it's of good quality and converts for the advertisers. always remember that making them money means that you probably wont have to answer any questions other than "Hey, how much more of that traffic can you send?"
     
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  7. HattyGirl

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    Hi Belexandor,
    thanks a lot, I already feared something like that. So I have to look for some hiding techniques. I mean I saw some in the past, will be a nightmare to search for them, but I think you are right, it is better that way.