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Hello all

In setting up a campaign on a theme, of say Halloween, can I draw the best ads from different affiliate networks

or is it best to work each campaign, on whatever theme, from within the same network

I ask this because having difficulty in finding more than one good offer on a subject i want to promote in the one network

There may be some rules about this

Regards Lennie
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Old 10-13-2008, 12:32 AM
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Hello all

In setting up a campaign on a theme, of say Halloween, can I draw the best ads from different affiliate networks

or is it best to work each campaign, on whatever theme, from within the same network

I ask this because having difficulty in finding more than one good offer on a subject i want to promote in the one network

There may be some rules about this

Regards Lennie

Hey Lennie,

Go ahead and branch out to separate networks with different offers. A lot of the networks have the same offers, with different payouts. Sometimes, networks go through other networks. (Eg. CX/Incenta I've seen run offers from ClickBooth).

But yeah - branch out. Sometimes networks have only one or two offers that are tightly related and you need to hook up with other networks to test properly.

Here's some networks to consider:

CXDigital / Incentaclick
Azoogle (doesn't "accept" contextual, I think?)
ClickBooth
Copeac
MaxBounty
CPAEmpire
CPAValley
LinkShare
CJ

Just go to subids.com for a list of networks and how to add the subid syntaxes to the end.

Hope that helps
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Thanks - appreciate the help -
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dont' use revenue loop, cj for contextual traffic. be super careful with azoogle - make sure your am knows what you're doing. no point in getting the clicks but not getting paid.
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