Starting with PPV traffic

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Hello warriors!

Well, again I am here to ask for advice.

I want to promote CPA offers with PPV traffic, but I not have $100 to start. Really, I only have $30.

In relation to the above, I found a site called VisitorsBoost.com. Does it help that site for my purpose?

What do you recommend?

Thanks Warriors!

Fernando.

PS: eZanga.com is a good alternative?
#offer #ppv #starting #traffic #warrior
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  • Profile picture of the author ihiustler
    best thing here to do is save your money and read all the free information you can. In the mean time make a plan of action and follow it to a T. Dont get swayed away into anything else as you will lose direction with your objective.

    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author ben565
    Originally Posted by truesouth View Post

    Hello warriors!

    Well, again I am here to ask for advice.

    I want to promote CPA offers with PPV traffic, but I not have $100 to start. Really, I only have $30.

    In relation to the above, I found a site called VisitorsBoost.com. Does it help that site for my purpose?

    What do you recommend?

    Thanks Warriors!

    Fernando.

    PS: eZanga.com is a good alternative?
    The only sites that i recommend for ppv traffic are

    mediatraffic.com, adonnetwork,leadimpact.com,trafficvance,directcpv,

    most these networks require a deposit first,$30 will not give you enough data for testing you need at least a couple of hundread dollars to start testing with.
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  • Profile picture of the author misterwrecker
    If you only have $30, I would not suggest investing in ppv right away. I would start promoting offers through various free methods and start building a bankroll that way.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimScott
    Everyone says PPV, is cheaper than PPC, and they are full of crap. PPV is not something to waste your money one unless, you know what your doing and you have a good marketing budget of around $500+ a month. If I were you I would invest in a good domain name that you can use to redirect traffic to CPA offers with. Then start with Article, video, press release, yahoo answers, and forum marketing. All these are free, easy to do, and will give you long term results, which then you can turn aroud and invest into PPC, PPV, or even media buys. Not tryin to rain on your parade, but I've seen too many people get burnt by PPV.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy1750
    Thinking that PPV traffic if cheap is a common misconception. Bids on Media Traffic for instance start off at 1.5 cents per view (unless you go for the ultra non-targetted variety) which works out to be $15 CPM for pop-ups. Most most surfers consider pop-ups to be an annoyance and will be negatively motivated against your ad as soon as it appears. You can make it work as is evident from it's popularity. However, it is certainly NOT cheap traffic when considered in comparison to some other methods.

    Cheers,

    Andy
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Instead of slamming CPV, which is a great way to get traffic and conversions if you know how to do it right, why not just tell him that $30 is is no way enough to start with any paid method?

    Truesouth, $30 is in no way enough to get started with paid traffic, not at all. You need to be working on free methods such as some good ones that someone else suggested. Hint: Youtube is a hot source right now. Learn how to use it.
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  • Profile picture of the author 7reach
    From a network point of view, I have to agree with the $30 is too little for investing in paid traffic. Free methods will teach you a lot about your metrics, which you should know like the back of your hand before you start investing.

    Just remember to track all of your sources (where you post articles, etc) so you can start to learn what works and how things convert for you.

    I see way too many new affiliates spend on paid traffic, get burned and give up. Don't spend on something you don't understand yet. Do some reading, do some legwork and then you'll have some math. It's all math in the end.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPV Affiliate
    With only $30 I would hold off on any form of paid traffic, that's just not enough to do anything with..especially if you are just starting out. Why don't you try article marketing? It's a great way to start with little overhead

    Originally Posted by truesouth View Post

    Hello warriors!

    Well, again I am here to ask for advice.

    I want to promote CPA offers with PPV traffic, but I not have $100 to start. Really, I only have $30.

    In relation to the above, I found a site called VisitorsBoost.com. Does it help that site for my purpose?

    What do you recommend?

    Thanks Warriors!

    Fernando.

    PS: eZanga.com is a good alternative?
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  • Profile picture of the author MoneyOrc2.1
    Hey Warriors!!!! I just started running PPV marketing campaigns with DirectCPV. Surprisingly its going great! i am currently running both RON and targeted campaigns in the states and a couple other countries...great traffic and conversions are amazing. love it. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$
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    • Profile picture of the author JamesRichardson1
      I would suggest using PPC if you are going to pay for traffic. With only $30 you want to focus on free methods. Get a screen capture video software for $15 Jing. Make unlimited video to do video marketing.

      Start focusing on SEO for short and long term.
      Look at Ibrite
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  • Profile picture of the author kuterdan
    I would have to agree with TimScott, it takes a budget of at least $500 to really play. $200 dollars is a lot but that's just a starter to get you showing up in front of people. Sometimes it may take several views before someone really takes notice of your pages. Just remember your being charged every time your webpage appears, now that doesn't mean that someone actually looked at the content of your page.

    So over time after your page appears constantly then eventually people will take notice. You also have to have highly targeted URL's and or keywords set into your campaigns.

    One last thing is that before you get into PPV you need to make sure you have a great understanding of how the system works. You can get a lot of traffic but the question is: "is it worth it?" The first time I used PPV tactics I had a budget of $200 just to test out the system and I got close to 15,000 visitors in a months time. My conversion rate and ROI was a big joke. I know it was mostly my fault because I rushed to get started. So like everyone else stick to the free stuff and learn as much about PPV as you can, all the in and out, before starting
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