Not sure how AdMaven works, but you could try and increase your bid to get more traffic. Generally, it's an auction and the highest bidder wins. You can sometimes get some really good traffic by bidding high ;)
Absolutely nothing groundbreaking. A total sales show.
I've been doing this exact same thing on Facebook for all of 2018. I was going to write about this on my blog (maybe I still will), but here are the basics to get started:
1. You make a 'brand' website in a whitehat niche (home...
I may be wrong, but technically isn't any affiliate tracking system able to integrate with Zapier?
(might need to set it up slightly different, like zapier before the tracking system instead of after)
Maybe instead of going with a sales page... copy what works? You've even said yourself that it's unconventional for a tracker to do that.
I'd mimic what other trackers do with their landing pages.
Also, is there any way you can offer a free trial somehow?
I don't have direct experience with SnapChat, but I think someone mentioned on a thread here you basically need to get an account rep, otherwise your ads get disapproved even if they are copies of what you already see on the platform.
Yeah there are a ton of different landers for that vertical. Lots to test.
Maybe also try pops because they are cheaper to test with. If you’re doing mobile you can target just WiFi since that traffic is cheaper than carrier.
Are you direct linking or using a landing page?
If you're just direct linking, that's probably your problem. Most offers need a pre-sell page, or landing page, to get the offer to convert (at least well), particularly on low intent traffic like that.
Could be, but free always comes with a price. May it be slow loading times, unreliable uptime, etc. You can host landing pages free (depending on volume) on Amazon for 1 year. Check out my blog for a guide to get it setup.
Haha. Are you saying that they can identify them with different methods, or that I shouldn't have to hide my landing page from a network? If it's the latter, yeah I agree, but some networks can do shady things.
First, I'd like to say I know next to nothing about cloaking.
I'm wondering though how affiliate networks identify the landing pages of their affiliates? Is it simply from the 'referrer' header?
I know you can hide your landing page with meta, or double meta refreshes, but they are slow...
Can you maybe email them and ask why? It's hard to tell why you're getting denied. Maybe you're mentioning offers they don't want to be advertised on their traffic, or maybe you say you don't have a tracker? Those are the only things I can think of, but you didn't provide much info.
I've never heard of that network, but maybe others have.
One thing I always like to mention about CPI/app offers is that they are different than they used to be. The app owners now know their metrics really well, so most of the install offers have KPIs you need to meet or you may not be paid at...
Optimize based on spend. Example: your offer pays $5. If you want to cut aggressively then when a placement spends $5 and there is no conversion, pause it. Some people will spend 2-3x payout before cutting a placement. Depends on how you want to run your campaign.
I suppose you could optimize...
Cache invalidation is a non-issue... unless you need to invalidate the cache over 1,000 times per month. Use a wildcard (*) and you can invalidate everything as just 1 request. You get 1,000 free per month.
The extra HTTPS cost isn't that much either. 100 mil requests are just $120/mo. If...
I chose to not use Cloudflare because I read they give preference to the paid plans (I would've just used the free one), which makes sense. I didn't want to run into issues later on and CloudFront is cheap.
I believe Chrome will say you're basically a scammer when someone visits your landing page without SSL (could be wrong).
I recently published this guide on my blog showing how to fully setup S3 + CloudFront with SSL. It's pretty easy to do.
You're off to a pretty good start. Here's what I would suggest.
I think the Baby email submit might be too niche for the type of traffic you're bidding on. If you think about it you basically need to find moms. Redirect traffic can come from all kinds of sites not necessarily targeting moms...
Looks good so far. I'm following.
It sounds like you're direct linking. If that's the case, the url in BeMob doesn't really matter (just good to use a custom one to be safe) because the user shouldn't really even see this. Anyway, if you start using landers in this niche you can use the one...
You have to have multiple VPS to run most efficiently if you choose to use one.
With S3, I'm fairly sure the location only affects your costs (if also using CloudFront). If you select US for example and are promote stuff in Asia, then the data has to travel further, incurring more cost.
I would modify your code to something like this:
window.location = "https://www.yourtrackerurl.com/click/1"
<body onload="setTimeout(delayer, 200);">
<h2>This is my epic headline</h2>
<p>Click my link if...
Yes, this is correct.
The thing is if you see an offer converting for other people on a network, you don't know what kind of traffic they are using. They could be using search, email, social, etc., which is better quality than other sources. There are so many types of traffic with different...
Maybe you have a cookie saved on your windows machine with the CLICKID, so you can click the CTA and go to the offer?
If you click a CTA button with your click url (trackingurl.com/click) without going through the campaign link, you won't be able to view the offer and you will get the "Error...
Set up a bot trap.
Make a campaign with 2 offers.
On the landing page you want to use .js to redirect a user after 200ms to offer 1. Then on that same landing page make a CTA linking to offer 2.
If there are clicks to offer 2 they are highly likely to be bots, as no human can click a link in...
I think this could be possible. You can hit up @BeMob support and I'm sure they will be happy to help you. They are very helpful.
Maybe something like:
Traffic source = email
Offer = one for each email
Campaign = might need one for each email, but maybe could use a flow somehow and send them to...
This may or may not help you: https://richpush.co/blog/how-push-notification-ads-look-in-different-operating-systems-and-browsers/
It's not for PropellerAds, but I'm assuming they display similar, but who actually knows?
I would keep running this for sure; looks good. Spend some more and block the zones that aren't converting after spending anywhere from 1 - 3x the payout (I'll leave that decision up to you; you'd probably profit faster doing just 1x). I wouldn't move zones to a new campaign yet. You kinda want...
Can you explain how you setup Rackspace Cloud Files with a CNAME and SSL? According to this article from Oct 2018 CNAMES don't work with SSL.
Alright, I've had some time this week to test out LanderBolt and I think I'm quite disappointed.
Let's first talk about the positives:
the landing pages AND the builder both load extremely fast.
You can import your own landing pages that you've downloaded (you have to copy/paste into the...
Offers for PPV traffic need to appeal to a wide audience. Baby products is kind of niche. You should promote something a majority of the population could be interested in... for example a $500 gift card to a popular store in the country you're promoting, or an iPhone lol.