A very inspiring FA indeed! Well done and keep up the good work
Thanks @Luke and thanks to everyone who's liking and commenting. I'm really happy this FA has worked out so well and hope it helps as many people as possible.Congrats Jimmy. This will be a thread I reference A LOT in the future. I hope you're able to continue to scale and maintain your awesome ROI
No. It didn't last long. It dropped back to $75/day for a while and has been around $50/day recently. I have played with things a bit because this campaign is still primarily about learning for me and that would have upset the numbers a bit, but it's still easy money seeing I just have to top up my budgets and that's all the "work" involved. I'm also using a portion of the traffic for a test that I think I'll post the results here on the forum in a little while because I think it's going to be interesting.Have you been able to maintain $xxx/day?
I'm also using a portion of the traffic for a test that I think I'll post the results here on the forum in a little while because I think it's going to be interesting.
I've been really busy with a couple of other things since I stopped updating this FA, so I haven't put a lot of time into looking into this, but since @Max9Ads has suggested exactly what I was testing, here's a quick look at some results I got from using auto-optimizing rotators to distribute my highly optimized traffic to a few other smartlinks:Also I was wondering whether are there any similar smartlinks besides Mobipium that could be used in the same way, tested, and maybe get more opportunities....What do you think about this? Did you try more ways to monetize this traffic besides Mobipium/Monetizer and besides your cpi follow along?
I don't know whether people want to watch the actual video being displayed on the LP or whether they just click 'Allow' because people using phones are conditioned to press things when they pop up on their screens. I actually don't think about why they're clicking, I just know they're clicking and that's all that matters.Video streaming LP works for audience that are interested in watching something at that moment
Mobipium actually don't show an offer after someone clicks allow. They just get a thank you page. After that I assume the Mobipium in-house media buyers use the push list to promote their own offers.the mobipium backend rotates in relevant offers that fit this type of audience
You just buy more traffic from traffic networks selling adult traffic. You don't need to find sites and try to get direct buys.I want to find people that want to watch porn now.. I will need to Google and listed down every sites I can find that has porn vids, the more sites I can find the more people in need for porn I can reach
This follow along was only one multi-geo campaign on Popads and one single geo campaign on ZeroPark.How many active campaigns on each network you are maintaining that is contributing to the avg net profit of $30 per day
I've struggled with this question myself and tried everything in the past so I could at least say I've given it a go and know what works and what doesn't. The advantage of having separate campaigns for different geos and even sub-groups of site-ids is that you can target your bid better. The disadvantage is that it's really hard to keep track of everything. At one stage last year I had 40-50 tiny little campaigns active at once on Popads, but that just became insanely unmanageable. Now I try to keep everything in just 1-3 campaigns on each traffic source for each offer I'm promoting.I mean there are so many countries, sources and siteids involved, and each might have potentials to bid up or down to stretch further. How would you tackle this? break them down to pieces and tackle one by one or...?
Monetizer can be a pretty frustrating beast because offers are coming on and off all the time. I like the Mobipium SL because it just churns away consistently, but I've had some success switching to Monetizer offers that are hot and stay on for a few months.Last update from you shows the monetizer SL is outperforming the rest, that adds another moving part to the whole campaign...if I am wrong monetizer SL takes the best offers based on traffic received on the entire platform, auto optimisation does not happen on individual links, and the offer die off very fast, when the performing offer dies out, it could be another offer that is performing good in the network but might not perform for your optimized traffic, and since there are a bunch of countries, carries and sources involved, how would you structure things on your side to be alert and react to these frequent changes?
supeeeerrrr.I just replied to a different thread with some updated numbers from this campaign, which I'm still running pretty much hands off exactly as taught in the Pops Guide.
While I've got the stats in front of me I thought I'd also post them here just so people can see that the work I did initially to set this up is still paying a nice little daily dividend. I've done virtually no work on this campaign since the end of November, at least not on the profitable campaigns where I've shown the stats below. The only other things I've been doing is testing other traffic sources to see how they'd go. I've tested PropellerAds pops, ZeroPark pops, Evadav pops, PopCash pops, AdCash pops and RichPops pops and I was struggling to make most of these worthwhile so I ended up dropping everything except RichPops before I ended spending too much on testing (at least for my liking).
Anyway, here's the month-month:
January so far (I started testing RichPops and added a little bit of income there):