PPC Traffic Sources - The List

Profile picture of the author aekaplan by
Hello fellow Warriors,

I'm scaling a PPC Campaign that was previously running on Adwords. When scaling, obviously the biggest thing is finding new traffic sources! I have yet to see a compiled list (at least out here publicly) and this forum is all about sharing great ideas. So, I'll start the list with the PPC traffic sources I know, and please add your own! I will update what you add to the master list. Thanks for your contribution and as always, there's money to be made out there! Let's make it :-)

1. Google Adwords
2. Yahoo Search Marketing
3. MSN Adcenter
4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
5. Pulse360
6. AdBrite
#ad networks #list #ppc #sources #traffic

  • Profile picture of the author Bebani
    looksmart.com
    ask.com
    7search.com
  • Profile picture of the author ethanmiller
    I tried adbrite couple of times,i do not get much volume from it.
  • Profile picture of the author PPCExpert
    How about zango.
  • Profile picture of the author Mark 2
    I think Zango is a reasonable choice. But not so widely admired. More over the traffic from there don't know the quality...
  • Profile picture of the author lovesazu
    1. Google Adwords
    2. Yahoo Search Marketing
    3. MSN Adcenter
    4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
    5. Pulse360
    6. AdBrite
    7. looksmart.com
    8. ask.com
    9. 7search.com
    10. zango

    guys i have added all the suggestion to master list, so users can get all in one so the one next find a another suggetion can add to the list
  • Profile picture of the author Chris R Motive
    Zango is dead
  • Profile picture of the author Fox30
    adaware traffic looks very promising...I'm testing out mediatraffic right know.
  • Profile picture of the author Myheavens
    thanks guys..im looking for the list
  • Profile picture of the author aekaplan
    Though it's difficult as hell to get approved on, we must also remember Facebook.com

    1. Google Adwords
    2. Yahoo Search Marketing
    3. MSN Adcenter
    4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
    5. Pulse360
    6. AdBrite
    7. looksmart.com
    8. ask.com
    9. 7search.com
    10. zango
    11. Facebook.com
  • Profile picture of the author BrianE
    7search - as mentioned earlier.
    Stay away from searchfeed and search123.
  • Profile picture of the author sanme827
    sounds good!
  • Profile picture of the author sanme827
    do your best
  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    You can also check the following thread to get more on driving targeted traffic to CPA offers .

    http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...a-offer-4.html

    Mike
  • Profile picture of the author PeterParker
    good info will fav this for the future
  • Profile picture of the author aekaplan
    1. Google Adwords
    2. Yahoo Search Marketing
    3. MSN Adcenter
    4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
    5. Pulse360
    6. AdBrite
    7. looksmart.com
    8. ask.com
    9. 7search.com
    10. zango
    11. Facebook.com
    12. Myspace.com
    13. Miva.com
    14. Megaclick.com
  • Profile picture of the author Finch
    Remember to start tracking tracking tracking as soon as you dive in to the third tier of PPC programs (you should be doing it anyway). You've gotta be working with a pixel to make any third tier campaign fulfil it's potential.

    Not all of these traffic sources provide the most reliable of traffic, and some of them can be downright fraudulent with the clicks that they send. If you ain't tracking, you probably ain't making any money.
  • Profile picture of the author kckaz
    Also there's obeus.com
  • Profile picture of the author aekaplan
    1. Google Adwords
    2. Yahoo Search Marketing
    3. MSN Adcenter
    4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
    5. Pulse360
    6. AdBrite
    7. looksmart.com
    8. ask.com
    9. 7search.com
    10. zango
    11. Facebook.com
    12. Myspace.com
    13. Miva.com
    14. Megaclick.com
    15. Obeus.com

    Keep them coming folks!
  • Profile picture of the author aekaplan
    1. Google Adwords
    2. Yahoo Search Marketing
    3. MSN Adcenter
    4. AdSonar (a.k.a. Quigo)
    5. Pulse360
    6. AdBrite
    7. looksmart.com
    8. ask.com
    9. 7search.com
    10. zango
    11. Facebook.com
    12. Myspace.com
    13. Miva.com
    14. Megaclick.com
    15. Obeus.com
    16. Adknowledge.com
  • Profile picture of the author WallerBlog
    I believe you can still advertise via DoubleClick even though they were acquired by Google a while back.

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