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Old 06-05-2008, 03:50 AM
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Just put up a test campaign 2 days ago, traffic started flowing late this afternoon, it's early but I've made $192 on $40 spent, which is 380% ROI.

This stuff works. This is a niche I've never tackled before too.

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keep us posted on the consistency of converions.

I've had some great results only to see conversions drop off after the start.
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nice, question is how you getting that much traffic?

I have yet to break the $7 per day spend mark.
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Some urls just have huge traffic and sometimes the "desktop software" stuff is golden too, don't ignore that source. Most are only focussing on urls through the publishers network...

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Coach, what is desktop software stuff? And what does "Most are only focussing on urls through the publishers network" mean?
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There's two types of traffic on these networks, (well some of them), desktop software and publisher traffic.

The publisher traffic comes from internet users who downloaded the toolbar and it will pop windows with your ads. This works well, but it's not the only way to go. There are also small desktop software programs written that have the adware in it, so they too will pop a window when run. (Free use of software in exchange for looking at ads, is the deal for the user).

See the difference?

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Is this an option? For example, in Media Traffic I don't see anywhere to choose which type of traffic. We can only bid on urls or keywords. If so, how do you target downloaded software programs?
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If so, how do you target downloaded software programs?
Coach could you explain this a bit more?

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Just an update to this thread, the campaign is still going strong, (knock on wood), the roi is actually up too. I have now left this one on auto pilot because I know if I start tinkering I'll probably mess it up. Plus I know that you have to "make hay while the sun shines". In other words, the offer could be pulled and I want to have another 10 doing the same thing out there so I'm not hit that hard in the pocket book.

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Coach, which ppv networks have this dual traffic option specifically?

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