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Have you used adf.ly traffic before? Did you get anything out of it? I want to promote my squeeze page Free Video Report but I'm not sure if I will get anything out of it. Even if people do sign-up will they open any of my e-mails from my auto-responder?
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  • Profile picture of the author omgcheley
    No but I was thinking of trying it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AdsWorkshop
    I tried it over a year ago with some CPA offers. It converted but the traffic quality sucked(got me booted from the offer).
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    • Profile picture of the author OgleDirect
      Originally Posted by AdsWorkshop View Post

      I tried it over a year ago with some CPA offers. It converted but the traffic quality sucked(got me booted from the offer).
      Did you mask your links? I wonder if that might have prevented you from being booted from the offer. I guess it depends on if a advertiser has blacklisted a certain source such as adfly.
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  • Profile picture of the author DocTheCoach
    It is terrible traffic if you don't thoroughly 'wash' it.
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  • Profile picture of the author DesktopDayjobs
    Advertisers hate adf.ly traffic quality. You will get booted from the offer, unless it is a per-sale offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marcus C
    Don't bother using Adf.ly for lead generation, as the traffic is poor. At best you could use it for a branding exercise as part of your wider campaign strategy, but even that probably isn't worth doing.

    Maybe try running a series of solo ads to your offer from people who have mailing lists in your niche.

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