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Why I'm Leaving AMonetize Soon

Discussion in 'Pay Per Install' started by True Miller, Jan 16, 2016.

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  1. True Miller

    True Miller Junior Member

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    God damn URLs going down.
    Poor conversions.
    I'm sending like 100+ downloads per day but getting 2-4 leads.



    Anyone suggest me a similar alternative? Preferably without the NET 45 ridiculousness?
     
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    h_10070782 Regular Member

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    ogmobi , as we know most traffic are from mobi as of now
     
  3. masterkid

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    It's problem, because Amonetize is blocked in all ways.
     
  4. MikeWorld1

    MikeWorld1 Registered Member

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    You do also pops/banners? or just ppi?
     
  5. don chino

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    Amonetize gets blocked but they are still one of the best options of ppi at the moment. They have physical company, large team and lots of clients. The NET45 is not an issue if you have a stable cashflow, and it covers business risks for them. With current blocks you just need to have 2-3 networks and switch to what's working best, cause you prob won't find network that can work 365 days a year without problems, it comes with this business.
     
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    Isn't that strictly mobile traffic for downloads though?