Case Study PopAds + PeerFly Push Offer

Luke

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#1
PeerFly recently added a push notification offer similar to the PropellerAds smart link I've been testing so I decided to give it a try.

Traffic Source: PopAds
Affiliate Network: PeerFly
Offer: MOBILE PUSH: Battery Draining (Multi Geo)
Tracking Tool: PeerClick

The payout is only $0.20, but I was doing pretty good with the smart link from PropellerAds and their CPS is around $0.08. So, I figured the $0.20 payout was definitely worth a test :)

I haven't tried this offer on other PPV traffic sources yet, but I assume it has some potential. For example, I will likely end up testing it on PopCash, Zeropark, and PropellerAds.

Results:



This a breakdown of the websites I am getting clicks/conversions on from PopAds. As you can see with the totals at the top, I am not quite profitable (-67%), but I've only test with $20 and on a select number of websites using PopAds (ones that showed conversions before for me).

The offer is open to other GEOs that are definitely worth a test.
 

Luke

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#4
I am re-testing this offer because I believe it has some potential and I just haven't tested it well enough. I am going to rerun it on PopAds targeting Android devices in all categories in the US.

One under-appreciated PopAds feature is their reporting. I am going to exclude WebsiteIDs once they spend $0.20 with no conversions. This will be over 100 impressions for each site so we'll see how that goes:



Something else a lot of people don't pay attention to is that with the reports you can also see a breakdown of each website when you click it's ID:



I'll keep this thread updated with my progress as I go through the next $50 budget I am using for testing.
 

Luke

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#7
The red Website IDs are the excluded ones ($0.20 spend and no conversions).



Nothing to write home about, but we'll see :)
 

Luke

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#9
So, I've spent about $25 on this so far. I've excluded a bunch of WebsiteIDs and limited my losses. This is what the pretty report looks like on PeerClick:



Again, nothing too impressive yet, but I haven't given up yet :)
 
#11
I am re-testing this offer because I believe it has some potential and I just haven't tested it well enough. I am going to rerun it on PopAds targeting Android devices in all categories in the US.

One under-appreciated PopAds feature is their reporting. I am going to exclude WebsiteIDs once they spend $0.20 with no conversions. This will be over 100 impressions for each site so we'll see how that goes:

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Something else a lot of people don't pay attention to is that with the reports you can also see a breakdown of each website when you click it's ID:

View attachment 3097

I'll keep this thread updated with my progress as I go through the next $50 budget I am using for testing.


Are you targetting only one category shown in the image? if Yes, Are you getting so much traffic from that one source?
 

Luke

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#16
Total newbie question - When you set up this campaign in Peerclick, how did you set up the cost type?
I just used the PopAds template that is already setup under Sources and added the [BID] placeholder:



You can also add your PopAds postback URL, which can be found on the Conversion Tracking page for your campaign (it's the same for all campaigns you setup on PopAds).

@Alex PeerClick have your team add the [BID] placeholder automatically to the PopAds traffic source template please :)
 

Luke

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#19
I ended up pausing my campaign again, but I am thinking about giving it another shot this weekend with a few new GEOs and an automatic optimization tool I am testing :D
 
#20
Hi Luke and everybody, I've been testing a very cheap payout Peerfly offer with a proven Zeropark optimised traffic source/target this week, it only paid out .06 cents, and it was going very well but sadly it's not backing out for the advertiser, so today I replaced it with a similar backup offer I had tested, this has also been withdrawn until midnight, these offers are good but maybe not profitable other than very short term.
 

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