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Old 06-14-2010, 06:25 PM
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Hi there, this is my first post, been reading what has been said so far. You guys are great ! I love the quality of paid forums

Here's what we are planning on doing, I would appreciate if more senior PPV marketers could tell me if what we envision would be feasible:

We market predominately a Registry Software. People do free test to check the health of their PCs and if there are errors on their systems, they can buy a licence and fix their PCs. Our software's target market is very broad.

My idea with PPV is to push the download of our software by offering a free test.

I envision the process like this:

1. We scrap very generic URLs / kW, all sorted in verticals
2. We then upload those URLs to the top 5 networks
3. We track each conversion (ie: download) and kill the URLS which cost us more than the maximum we can afford per download
4. We harvest more URLs and continue


This is simplistic. I know that we are going to have to jump many hurdles, but what I'l like to know is if my process is valid and if you have ever experiences marketing these types of software using PPV?

I look forward to your input !

Cheers, Vincent
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Old 06-14-2010, 09:49 PM
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That'll work except registry cleaners aren't really allowed on most networks.
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Old 06-15-2010, 02:23 AM
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That'll work except registry cleaners aren't really allowed on most networks.
That's what I found also.

I suppose you could collect an email address from visitors by offering some other type of incentive for signing up -- and then later send an email offering the registry cleaner.

-Aaron
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Old 06-15-2010, 07:46 AM
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I see, that's a good point. I contacted a few networks and they were not that keen on the idea of a registry cleaner. I wonder why .... ? Any idea why they would be finicky about these sort of software? Is it because maybe the registry software could be packed with an adware software, hence "stealing" their traffic ?

Your idea of collecting optin emails is a good one.

V
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Old 06-15-2010, 02:11 PM
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They don't want their adware cleaned off the users computers AND they're probably making a mint running that traffic on their own.

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