by pksony
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Hi there!
Cpalead PPC said his network is non-incentive but I seen his traffic has concern, the Traffic source is an Incentive , beware all publisher if you are doing ads as non-incentive offers you will face problem in future like me
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Friedman
    Isn't CPALead an incentive network? I think a lot of what they do is with content locking and offer walls... So if you were using their traffic on a campaign for non-incentive traffic then they are right to remove you.

    Have you tried explaining yourself on the phone? I would imagine that if you honestly made a mistake that someone should listen to you and give you a second chance.

    Or maybe next time try running campaigns that accept incentivised traffic...
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    • Profile picture of the author pksony
      Originally Posted by Ben Friedman View Post

      Isn't CPALead an incentive network? I think a lot of what they do is with content locking and offer walls... So if you were using their traffic on a campaign for non-incentive traffic then they are right to remove you.

      Have you tried explaining yourself on the phone? I would imagine that if you honestly made a mistake that someone should listen to you and give you a second chance.

      Or maybe next time try running campaigns that accept incentivised traffic...
      I was placed ads on cpalead PPC plateform .He said ']Hello,
      Our traffic has no connection to incentive purposes, could they provide any details here on what they had found?
      Regards,
      Justin ''
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      • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
        Originally Posted by pksony View Post

        I was placed ads on cpalead PPC plateform .He said ']Hello,
        Our traffic has no connection to incentive purposes, could they provide any details here on what they had found?
        Regards,
        Justin ''
        Just look at how they generate clicks:

        Our tools simply display and incentivize your visitors to interact with our CPA lead generation offers
        https://www.cpalead.com/faq.php
        People complete an action to unlock some type of information. That's an incentive.

        I suggest you move on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    What type of placements will my ad receive?
    CPAlead uses banner ads, interstitials and offer walls to place your ad.
    https://www.cpalead.com/advertising/faq.php
    It is incentivized traffic. I've been doing some testing of my own:


    So far, it's proven to be completely worthless.
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      It is incentivized traffic. I've been doing some testing of my own:


      So far, it's proven to be completely worthless.
      Just out of curiosity, what type of offer were you advertising Brent?

      Were you sending traffic directly to CPA/PPL offers or were you sending offers to your squeeze page in order to build your list?

      I'm just curious because the cost per click seems awfully cheap. I looked for US clicks and the average cost was between .10-.15 (according to their site).

      That's awfully cheap for US clicks. Makes me wonder about the quality or if they are even sending you real traffic...
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      • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
        Originally Posted by nicheblogger75 View Post

        Just out of curiosity, what type of offer were you advertising Brent?

        Were you sending traffic directly to CPA/PPL offers or were you sending offers to your squeeze page in order to build your list?

        I'm just curious because the cost per click seems awfully cheap. I looked for US clicks and the average cost was between .10-.15 (according to their site).

        That's awfully cheap for US clicks. Makes me wonder about the quality or if they are even sending you real traffic...
        I tested two different make money type offers. Partly squeeze page, partly direct to a pre-sell page.

        About 30% of sign-ups bounced. Engagement was virtually nil.

        My average click was $.015.

        I had pretty good engagement with a presell page, but no buyers.

        I have a felling with the right offer one might do alright given the current CPC.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rozanne
    Why not just stick to the tier 1 traffic sources like Bing and fb ads. Cpalead traffic is just new in the market and is yet to be proven.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
      Originally Posted by Rozanne View Post

      Why not just stick to the tier 1 traffic sources like Bing and fb ads. Cpalead traffic is just new in the market and is yet to be proven.
      It's commonly known as testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    At this point, all you can really do is call them and try to work with them directly.
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  • Profile picture of the author pksony
    I am frustrated with letting ticket on both network . I don't know what result I got . but I seen some thread before promoting there!


    blog.cpalead.com/ppc-traffic-vs-ppv-traffic/

    please suggest me! what I do ? I don't want to get bad reputation
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