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What is currently the best source of junk traffic to lower CPA conversions?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by mreza001, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. mreza001

    mreza001 Junior Member

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    I need to start sending some US junk traffic to a few campaigns I have and others that will start soon. I'd like to have control over this traffic in that I want to control how much to send per day and/or hour, able to switch urls, etc....something that comes with control panel I guess.

    So which source of junk traffic is currently people are using? I'm looking at maybe sending like 100-150 a day to one url to dilute the conversions.

    Any recommendations?
     
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    nixnash Power Member

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    there is a guy selling cheap traffic like 10k unique visitors...dont remember the forum...but it might help.
     
  3. mreza001

    mreza001 Junior Member

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    I believe I saw that, but I don't think you get to have control on how to route the traffic like per hour/day...I maybe wrong though.
     
  4. tacopalypse

    tacopalypse Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    u can buy cheap geotargeted traffic for $0.01 per visitor on lower-tier ppc engines

    some of it even converts lol
     
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  5. rastagod

    rastagod Regular Member

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    Or you can sign up for some proxy's and automatically send traffic to you site.
     
  6. judson

    judson Power Member

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    The only way to truly control the traffic is to throttle it yourself. Use a redirecting URL for the traffic you buy. You can then send it to your site or yahoo.com** depending on what your requirements are.

    **showing my age here, but typing this reminded me of a time back in the mid '90s when testing yahoo.com on Mosaic was a surefire test to see whether your internet was working. lol. Now everyone says, ping google.com. heh
     
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    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Try etology or trafficholder

    mostlx xxx traffic, but very cheap
     
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    HookUPcom2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    sounds like fraud and not black hat to me...
     
  9. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    Remember to DMR the traffic and make sure you log what traffic, is going where, how much of it daily/weekly/hourly etc.
     
  10. mreza001

    mreza001 Junior Member

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    Well I currently do a DMR with my link to my CPA offer through one of my domains. So my plan would be to point the traffic to the same url so it will blank the referrer and then go to the cpa offer.

    So is traffic holder, etology, and BHC are the reliable ones out there? Any other ways to just get some junk traffic going to these offers to water down the conversions?
     
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    imcool2121 BANNED BANNED

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    We can give you cheap traffic but not a control panel to manage it. If interested, PM me.
     
  12. bennyb

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    Sounds perfectly blackhat to me :amish:
    Where do you draw a line between blackhat and fraud? If you are using blackhat methods with any affiliate networks(and I asume you do) you automaticly comit fraud. Go figure... :rolleyes: