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Old 11-05-2008, 09:34 PM
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I've only been at PPV a few days now so I'm just trying to understand the bidding on order page concept.

For example say I'm promoting Weight Loss. Do I target all the order pages of other weight loss companies? I guess I'm not understanding how someone would convert on an order page if they are almost finished buying something else. Is our popup an attempt to stop them from ordering and be like oh wow this is a similar product but its cheaper/better I'll cancel my order and check out this pop up offer?
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Old 11-06-2008, 06:39 PM
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I guess the idea is that if the visitor is on an order page, chances are that they are a buyer. By presenting an alternative offer, they might possibly purchase from you.

By popping up traffic on an order page, you have a more serious buyer as opposed to someone who's reading the sales page which would most likely be a non-buying browser.

I think the traffic should be lower but with higher conversions
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Old 11-07-2008, 11:24 PM
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Thanks for clearing that up. That makes a lot of sense.

But Some of the order pages I find have lots of numbers and letters apended to the URL. Since these are prob for tracking it wouldn't make sense to submit that huge URL since very visitor would be different. If you leave out all that info and just use product.com/order as your URL would that target all the visitors. Or is it best to just look for simple order pages?

For example here is one of the ACAI sites Order Pages:
amazonthunder.com/cgi-bin/wsr/modules/shop/bin/order.cgi?session_id=12345

I'm assuming the bolded part would be different for everyone. Is the trick to input the URL with everything before the Question Mark?
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Old 11-09-2008, 02:27 PM
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If you are popping the same offer, i'd do it on this page: http://www.amazonthunder.com/products.html as to set the cookie before the order page. If they are looking at products, i think you have a good chance that they are looking to buy...
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