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Old 10-11-2008, 01:51 PM
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I believe it was Charles that posted about OfferMonitor.com. I joined their system and I get email updates when an offer URL changes. It seems to function well (thanks Charles!)

Yesterday, I received an email stating that I could use their Bid Automizer. One of the nice features is that they say it works with TrafficVance and MediaTraffic.

The email says you can submit max bid price and alternative bid price (which will be taken if first position can't be achieved) and that the system will work slowly to simulate manual entries.

It would be great to have the ability for my bids to be placed automatically, but I'm very, very reluctant to hand over my winning URLs to someone else's program.

Just wondering if any of the experts here have any experience with the Bid Automizer. I understand it's in beta at the moment, so the amount of users could be minimal.

Any thoughts? Please post them here.

-Aaron
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Old 10-12-2008, 05:12 PM
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Is OfferMonitor.com the actual URL? That takes me to a poorly designed site, which doesn't display correctly in FF...

I'm usually not the type to join anything when they don't even know how to validate their code.

Does the Bid Automizer have a website? Does it work with Zango?

I'd most likley be interested in something like that. Especially if it works with Zango...

At least they wouldn't know what's converting!
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Old 10-12-2008, 09:50 PM
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Yes, offermonitor.com is their site. Once inside, it looks better.

I only put in the URLs to various offers -- figured anyone can see that by going to any CPA network.

Once you sign up for offermonitor.com, you might also get the beta invitation for the bid automizer.

I'm intrigued by having a tool automate the bidding process for me. However, I mentioned my reluctance in an earlier post in this thread and I still feel the same.

-Aaron
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Old 10-14-2008, 05:46 AM
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I was using it on a few campaigns until they expired. Moved my bids up and down all the time. Seem to work fine for that time. Did it help? Dont know. Its impossible to measure. But on these few campaigns I did well.

I reactivated one campaign recently and the program took my bid above the max I had set. Not so good.

So I would only give it a neutral rating at this point.
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Old 10-14-2008, 01:31 PM
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Thanks Charles!
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