tracking software for cpa offers

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I hear about:

1. prosper202 free
2. adtrackz gold
3. affiliate prophet
4. statsjunky
5. tracking202 pro

Which one is good to purchase?

I have trial version of Adtrackz gold and it looks decent. I am still learning though.

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author MIB Mastermind
    They say prosper202 is very good, don't use it myself but here good things about it plus its free and is hosted on your own domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author diggy20
    Yup, while you are starting off, go with Prosper202. It should do everything you need.
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  • Profile picture of the author p2y
    No question about it, prosper202. It was built from the ground up specifically for affiliate marketers promoting CPA offers so it has just about everything you would need
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  • Profile picture of the author curious19
    Thanks guys.
    I thought they have few limitations like how many adgroups or keywords you can track? any idea?
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    • Profile picture of the author sahanull
      I am using affiliate prophet and its very good.

      You can track as many keywords/ad groups as you want.

      Also you can track 2 different Landing pages to see which converts best.

      You can try it for 60 days, if you dont like it money back!
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    • Profile picture of the author Johnaxe
      Originally Posted by curious19 View Post

      Thanks guys.
      I thought they have few limitations like how many adgroups or keywords you can track? any idea?
      I've been using 202 for over a year now and there are no limitations on keywords or adgroups.

      also you can track alot more than just that.

      you can split test lp's, track domain referrers (great for content network) track individual ads, different offers, and it works well with almost any paid traffic source; ppc and ppv

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  • Profile picture of the author angel man
    Thanks John for that info.

    I heard if I am running ads in Google content network, I need to place Google conversion code otherwise i can not run placement reports. Is that true?

    If that is true, just prosper202 won't be enough, we need both OR just Google conversion alone is enough?

    Please clarify.

    Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author st0rm
    Stats junkie user here, its the bomb.. cant see where the traffic came from like in prophet, but i use it for tracking cpa, clickbank and my own stuff all the time, it open your eyes up to what days and week cycles your making sales with just a few clicks..
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    • Profile picture of the author angel man
      But I heard lot of bad reviews on statjunky.
      Not accurate, poor support etc.

      But thanks for your feedback.
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      • Profile picture of the author Chris Jones
        Originally Posted by angel man View Post

        But I heard lot of bad reviews on statjunky.
        Not accurate, poor support etc.

        But thanks for your feedback.
        I'm sorry you've heard bad reviews. You should take the 7-day free trial of StatsJunky. You will NOT be disappointed.
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  • Profile picture of the author KC-Coop
    Prosper202 is hands down the best tracking solution out there. No need to pay for any of the other ones - Prosper has the biggest following and thusly the best support and tutorials available for it.

    It has everything you would need for tracking - you can manually update your subIDs or you can place pixels on your networks so it's done automatically for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Prosper202 is probably the most recognized and used in the industry, the good thing too is once you get used to it, if you get to the point you think you need to upgrade to a different product - tracking202 pro is available and you'll already have a good idea on how to use it
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  • Profile picture of the author dschoen
    I use Prosper202 and am quite please with it, it's kind of a tussle to get it all set up on your own domain and host, was fairly easy to set up with Blue Host.

    I have heard good things about StatsJunky too.
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  • Profile picture of the author pauljeaston
    Using prosper202 here, so far so good as I am new with ppc and ppv. It is free and youtube is good source for tutorials. Their forum is also good.
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  • Profile picture of the author InternetDollars
    Prosper202, we push about 20k clicks through it a day and it doesn't flinch. Reporting is fast, accurate, and flexible. And it's free and self-hosted. Just be sure your host has MySQL 5.1+
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    THose are all good solutions. Smart move in giving away a base model a while back. It got them a good userbase.

    That said, the newest version of my own tracker is going into beta testing this week. It's got everything p202 has, but can setup campaigns quicker. Mine is a bit harder to setup, but I've taken care of that this time around too. The best part is I've got a couple members testing the newest feature which is fully automatic rules based bid management. You tell it the rules, it adjusts your bids for you automatically.



    Maybe I'll release that one for free see what happens.

    (maybe not though too....)
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