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Old 06-26-2009, 11:47 PM
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I was looking at the "Horoscope" kw/products and saw a
few posts suggesting it might have gotten a little dry.

I asked my Acct. Mgr at Copeac and he said Diets are
Hot for international programs/campaigns,
(demographics).

So I have:

Horoscope
Diet
Ringtones
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ipod touch
ipod
iphone
xbox 360
verizon cell phones
coach
cricut cartridge
ipod nano
wii
digital camera


Does anybody have advice on what I might go
for with my first PPV topic?

Throw me a bone plz


Jim ><>

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PPS: Actually, a topic you have
looked into, that might make a
little money but not quite
worth your time would
be great!
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Old 06-27-2009, 08:56 AM
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I think that horoscopes, diets, and ringtones are all fine, and I now have profitable campaigns in all of those niches. My advice (I think it conflicts with some other statements on these forums) is to start with offers paying $1-$3, only because your testing budget can be much less with the lower paying offers, and you will probably lose many many multiples of the payout when you're first learning (at least I did). You can always move up later.

The key is to learn the process of how you find profitable campaigns. IMHO learning this is really really hard and extremely frustrating and I only started to really get it recently, but it is really valuable since finding new things no one else thought of is the only way to make real money. If someone just throws you a profitable URL/offer combination, it's not really valuable to you since you wouldn't have learned the process of finding it and thus couldn't repeat it. You have to find ways to think of things beyond the obvious in order to find these unique ideas, and of course, test There are many ideas and suggestions about how to go about this throughout these forums to get you started, but in the end I think everyone finds a method that is somewhat unique to them.
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Old 06-27-2009, 03:25 PM
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There are many ideas and suggestions about how to go about this throughout these forums to get you started, but in the end I think everyone finds a method that is somewhat unique to them.
Great advice!

-Aaron
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Old 06-27-2009, 03:39 PM
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Thank you tero22 and particles very much.

Yea, I have a lot to learn, but I like this method and I'll stick with it
until I get it right. And, as tero22 said, lean to do it my own way.


Jim ><>
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