PPV Quality as of December 2010

by Uban
12 replies
Hey all,

I'm sure the quality of traffic between PPV's can shift from month to month as they probably share it.

Any opinions on who has the best right now? Between LI and MT, which would you focus most on right now?

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author ben565
    Originally Posted by Uban View Post

    Hey all,

    I'm sure the quality of traffic between PPV's can shift from month to month as they probably share it.

    Any opinions on who has the best right now? Between LI and MT, which would you focus most on right now?

    Thanks.
    i only focus on TV & LI ,MT's traffic is good one week and bad the next
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    • Profile picture of the author KevScarb
      Originally Posted by mtmjohn View Post

      Trafficvance hands down the best, as usual.
      100% Agree with that. The others are not in the same league.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    The quality of MT quality is not as good as it was before .

    At the moment , it is better to go with LI .

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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by Uban View Post

    Hey all,

    I'm sure the quality of traffic between PPV's can shift from month to month as they probably share it.

    Any opinions on who has the best right now? Between LI and MT, which would you focus most on right now?

    Thanks.
    IMO LT and MT are practically the same, rumor has it they even share traffic.. but as stated above, the best quality by far is trafficvance
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  • Profile picture of the author bbrock32
    Traffic Vance still holds the top spot in terms of quality. Too bad that competition is getting insane there...
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    • Profile picture of the author harro1
      Quality of TV might be good but bids are too high to make much profits.
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  • Profile picture of the author don21stc
    Hi, Totally new to ppv but I like the concept because it seems like a cheap way to test a variety of promotional options with plenty of opportunities to hone campaigns that have potential and reject those that are bombing out. But that's just my naive theoretical view - reality is bound to be very different.
    But from what I've read so far it seems that great emphasis is put on the network that displays the pop-up or LP. I can understand that if the network doesn't do it's job properly, you're going to miss out but if you select say 500 urls to target and DirectCPV or whoever do their job properly and display your pop-up or LP then the rest is just down to the offer's sales page if you're linking direct.
    So it seems to me that the name of the game should be to find urls that get good numbers of visitors who are interested in your offer but nobody else knows about these urls.
    That should mean that you can get a rock-bottom price for each view. And surely you can rely on the network to display your pop-up when anyone clicks on any of your urls? Otherwise, the network won't be earning from you.
    An answer I got from DirectCPV on my first campaign (last week) when I asked why my response was low said that they share their traffic with other networks and the fact that 99% of the urls I'd selected were in first place with DCPV didn't necessarily mean that they were in THE top spot everywhere.
    But I read somewhere else that if you're not in first place, then you won't get any clicks so it seems that you're almost in a no lose situation because you won't be bid into paying high prices for urls that everyone else knows about provided you set a bid limit of say 2% of the offer payout for each url or 20% of the average
    epc or some other reasonable maximum.
    But as I said above, I've got no practical experience of ppv so my armchair theories are probably completely missing many vital points - so anything to put me straight would be very welcome!!
    Thanks,
    Don
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  • Profile picture of the author Firstrate
    Yep still TV for me, closely followed by Lead Impact.
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  • Profile picture of the author KC-Coop
    I've had most of my success with TV and LI as well. I've never had much luck with MT - so I've focused on TV and LI instead.
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  • Profile picture of the author Freddie
    After those three - who would be next on the list?
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