I'm really unsure why you're getting that message when you visit your link. This is the first time I've seen it. I'd ask Monetizer support.
You can find your link by doing this:
The 'utm_medium' value changes in each link you create (it's usually a long string of random numbers and letters). The different values will send the visitor to different campaigns.
- Log in Monetizer
- In the menu on the left go to "Campaigns > Manage Links"
- Click the pencil looking icon by the name of the link you want
- At the top of the page there should be a green box that says "Show Promotion Methods". Click it.
- You should see your link now. I usually use the direct link dropdown.
Yes, I often will split test both the Push Optimised Lander and the Direct Offer. With this one, I recommend direct offer, but if you are going to do a new campaign, you should split test too (if you are going to send Android+Chrome traffic)You mentioned you disabled the push prelander for this offer. You think it raised your overall ROI due to one less hoop to jump through? Do you have data one way or the other?
If you know which networks have this offers specifically, I would not me mad if you posted itAnother way to make money from this is to try to check different networks and try to find this offer. Then you could go direct with the network and make more money and then thank me later
The top few are outliers because there's not enough clicks to have any statistic significance, but as you go down, you will find some more promising looking segments. For example, ES MOVISTAR and OM OMANTEL both look nice (I am already running both). OM OMANTEL is the segment I found on Friday. The offer I ran is now actually one of the top 25 in the Marketplace, but it wasn't then
Another way to make money from this is to try to check different networks and try to find this offer. Then you could go direct with the network and make more money and then thank me later
yeah definitely depends on personal cash flow.
Yeah true there are certain risks. Also many times I have seen that payouts on @Monetizer are actually more than that on other network (probably because the affiliate promoting the offer on advertizer got a bump or something). Also if the offer gets paused on another network, you lose all your traffic but thats not the case when you are sending traffic to monetizer.
That seems like a good number.1) Roughly... how is the minimum of clics that you would say it is enough to get a segment of the list.
Right now I am discarding everything below 10.000 clics what do you think?
Depends on the GEO. I study the Traffic Chart on PropellerAds closely and have a pretty good idea of average CPMs based on GEO, you can always just use the Create Campaign form on PropellerAds, put in the criteria for the campaign, and PropellerAds will give you a projection for traffic volume based on your bid2) The same on the eCPM how mucho would be enough to pick a segment?
I'm always testing and trying to find the best model. I like the SmartCPA because PropellerAds seems to bring in a nice amount of conversions from their top Zones, but it also seems to be way more expensive. I really like SmartCPM because you have more control over everything and you're paying lower CPMs for the lower performing Zones.