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Hi all. Been doing the blog scene for a year and was really into seo until google dashed my efforts in April... decided to finally get into ppv for the first time after some casual reading a while back stumbling into the subject. Looks great. I already have a max bounty acc from previouse uses but was going to jump straight in with traffic vance and promote some of mb's overs with those. Anyone here currently using this combo. Shall be jumping into this early august when I get some cash ow'dto me. Can't wait! Look forward to speaking with you all.
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Welcome and Its a good combo.
Always be testing. you have to keep tracking.

I use MB and NB with Adon & dcpv tracking with Bevo, not so much profit on the new campaigns but have a few other campaigns helping out.
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Old 06-15-2012, 09:59 AM
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hey thanks. judging from the threads, everyone seems really helpful here. some really supportive stuff going on. The resources alone are fantastic. so glad to have come across a great forum.

actually after reading the resources I decided to opt for account with traffic vance. I was origionally going to try out with lead impact but have realised that lots of people value the quality of traffic from TV.

I certainly don't want to lose will on a starting budget so thought I should get set up with the best available.

I'll also have an acount with beyond hosting for tracking so think that should give me a fighting chance as i jump in.

have some questions though, not sure if this would be the place for it. but If using traffic vance, what should I be setting the spend limit in order to get enough data about the campaign? I know this may vary some what and I know Tv can chew through lots of traffic so don't want to cut short too early. On the other hand I don't want to spank $500 in 2 minutes and wonder what the hell happened. what does anyone start a new campaign off at or is it more of an educated guess based on the URL's you choose to target?

also if using beyonds basic $45 a month package, will that handle the traffic volume from TV ok. I would rather get this right or as close as possible from the start than make silly mistakes trying to guess. I am of course prepared to speculate but don't want to be throwing money down the drain while in the dark for the first couple of days.

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Originally Posted by jamhot View Post
Hi all. Been doing the blog scene for a year and was really into seo until google dashed my efforts in April... decided to finally get into ppv for the first time after some casual reading a while back stumbling into the subject. Looks great. I already have a max bounty acc from previouse uses but was going to jump straight in with traffic vance and promote some of mb's overs with those. Anyone here currently using this combo. Shall be jumping into this early august when I get some cash ow'dto me. Can't wait! Look forward to speaking with you all.
you should be just fine bud. cpv/ppv is a great traffic source to have in your quiver and it's a lot easier than most guru's make it out to be. you should be just fine with your experience.

welcome to the forum!

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