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Old 08-12-2011, 08:00 PM
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Hey guys I have a plan that I am going to implement soon. I have 200 spending money and am going to be running financial and email submits on CPATank using media Traffic and tracking202. I need some suggestions of where to target credit report, and dating offers. And I need some help with finding good places to to run email submits for free iPad 2.

Please leave your comments below and if you want to tell me some keywords or some urls just pm me! Thx guys.

Also tell me when I should us direct links and landing pages.

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I've had moderate success running freebie offers on Lead Impact, so you could try that or another contextual traffic source for your free iPad 2 campaign. You will need to bid low for those, since freebie offers generally do not have high payouts.

As far as knowing what keywords are good to bid on, try doing some research on alexa.com using their "clickstream" tool. It lets you see where visitors were before and after they visited any given URL. Good luck!

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I've had moderate success running freebie offers on Lead Impact, so you could try that or another contextual traffic source for your free iPad 2 campaign. You will need to bid low for those, since freebie offers generally do not have high payouts.

As far as knowing what keywords are good to bid on, try doing some research on alexa.com using their "clickstream" tool. It lets you see where visitors were before and after they visited any given URL. Good luck!

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