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Which campaigns convert the best on Mediatraffic?

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by wildhog, Nov 5, 2009.

  1. wildhog

    wildhog Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I've been struggling to get a couple of campaigns that covert well on mediatraffic... I've been using colon cleanse and other trial ones but no success at all... Is there something wrong I'm doing?
     
  2. rajuthan

    rajuthan Newbie

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    keep testing and make your budget per test $10
     
  3. mrgoodbytes

    mrgoodbytes Newbie

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    I see you're new to the site. You have to understand nobody's gong to just come out and tell you what they're doing. All that would do is drive the bid up.

    Folks here are very, very willing to help and guide, but they're not going to just hand you the golden goose. You've got to do some experimenting and trial and error.
     
  4. blanc

    blanc Junior Member

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    Go with the dating niche.
     
  5. sshirdi

    sshirdi Registered Member

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    Try some simple email submit offers...
     
  6. harry1970

    harry1970 Newbie

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    don't push rebills to start as they can be the trickiest to convert. go for some 1-5 field offers to start with.

    your first goal is to find an offer that converts, then you need to learn how to scale it.
     
  7. crunked

    crunked Newbie

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    zip submits work well most of the time and some 1st page submits. The easier it is for the consumer to complete the better imo..
     
  8. ..Q..

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    an offer that require visitor to pull out their cc will be harder
    to convert.

    The advise above given by other members is sound. If you
    are doing direct linking, test email/zip submit or offers
    requiring more details but without purchase to receive
    payout.

    If you still want to do rebill, then get a landing page done and
    do email marketing.

    With that said, there are many other reasons why you might
    not be banking... targeting wrong url, not testing different
    offers, ads from direct linking not showing in full, etc