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Old 04-21-2011, 11:17 AM
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Hey,

I am starting out on PPV and I've got the idea of how landers and direct linking work etc and how we need to get their attention as we're interupting their normal browsing.

I want to get into PPC, do they same principles apply? For example for google adwords I know you can't send them directly to an offer or sales letter, so is it best to send them to a squeeze page? Or can we use the same landing pages we use in PPV?

If I was to promote an email submit for $1000 walmart giftcard, What would be the best way to market this via PPC?

Thanks, any help would be really appreciated.
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Old 04-22-2011, 03:00 AM
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With PPC they're far stricter in their rules then CPV. Landers that work well on CPV traffic will get denied by the PPC engine.
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:38 PM
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With PPC they're far stricter in their rules then CPV. Landers that work well on CPV traffic will get denied by the PPC engine.
Well said. That's the reason I like CPV, fewer quality score hassles, etc.

However you can do the reverse.

Landers that work well in PPC can often be modified for CPV. Additionally, you can place sounds and other things like flashing colors on the page to make the page annoy and interrupt your visitors.

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Old 04-23-2011, 08:50 PM
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most people go from PPC to CPV....

why would you want to do the opposite..

are you not making money with CPV?
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Old 04-24-2011, 05:08 PM
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Smart people do it all. Why limit yourself to one traffic type?

If you've got something that works, do CPV, PPC, Media Buys, SEO and even Offline marketing of it.

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Thanks for the information guys, Why do people go from PPC to PPV though? I havn't got into PPC because its a lot more expensive and my budget doesn't really allow me until I start making more money.

If I want to get into PPC what would be the best PPC network to start with?

Thanks
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:16 AM
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I have done PPC....

and keywordspy helped me a lot...

buy one month.. the trial does not do it justice..

You will make money....

On another note... for me personally... it would be too hard to go back to
ppc as a majority for traffic... I still do it from time to time for special projects...
but its so restricting..... that I noticed that it frustrates me with all of its BS...

Good Luck
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Old 04-27-2011, 02:15 PM
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While Adwords is restricting as hell, the others are not.

You can still do PPC very profitably. Adcenter, Facebook Ads, 7 Search and about 6 other ppc engines still work very well for affiliates. Affiliates seem to think Adwords is the only game in town. They do have the most traffic but who cares, you can equal their traffic levels by spreading campaigns out amongst smaller ppc engines too.

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