Drug and Alcohol Treatment PPCall?

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Anyone know of any good PPCall offers for Drug and Alcohol Treatment?

Yes, I know I can check Odigger and OfferVault, but I'm looking for offers that actually convert. I've been generating between 10-20 calls per month, but they aren't converting with the network I'm currently running with.

I'm looking for someone who's actually doing this now:
  • Calls are converting (without of ton of restrictions)
  • Network pays on time (everytime)
Thoughts?
#alcohol #drug #ppcall #treatment
  • Profile picture of the author Saintsfan40
    I do know mobilefused has drug and alcohol rehab offers. I'm an affiliate with them. PPCall is not as easy as you think. I've lost a lot of budget on adwords promoting them,educational offers and debt settlement offers. Most of those offers are 2 to 3 minute call duration time to get qualified leads for commission. Most of my calls lasted 10 to 35 seconds and they would hang up. IVR is the problem where people get impatient and don't want to press 1 three times to get through to the call center.

    Another problem is the keywords, no matter how deep you dig, they are expensive as hell.
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    • Profile picture of the author shockwave
      Originally Posted by Saintsfan40 View Post

      I do know mobilefused has drug and alcohol rehab offers. I'm an affiliate with them. PPCall is not as easy as you think. I've lost a lot of budget on adwords promoting them,educational offers and debt settlement offers. Most of those offers are 2 to 3 minute call duration time to get qualified leads for commission. Most of my calls lasted 10 to 35 seconds and they would hang up. IVR is the problem where people get impatient and don't want to press 1 three times to get through to the call center.

      Another problem is the keywords, no matter how deep you dig are expensive as hell.
      I don't have the PPC problems you mentioned, so I'm not worried about that. But I continue to experience this exact same scenario: "Most of those offers are 2 to 3 minute call duration time to get qualified leads for commission. Most of my calls lasted 10 to 35 seconds and they would hang up."

      That's pretty damn frustrating when you know you're generating the leads. Part of the problem is that I'm running an offer that only accepts PPO Insurance and is only available 8am-8pm CST. However, today I've found a few offers that are 24/7 and don't limit the insurance to just PPO, so that might help. Still doesn't solve the call time/IVR hassle though.
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    • Profile picture of the author shockwave
      Originally Posted by Saintsfan40 View Post

      I do know mobilefused has drug and alcohol rehab offers. I'm an affiliate with them. PPCall is not as easy as you think. I've lost a lot of budget on adwords promoting them,educational offers and debt settlement offers. Most of those offers are 2 to 3 minute call duration time to get qualified leads for commission. Most of my calls lasted 10 to 35 seconds and they would hang up. IVR is the problem where people get impatient and don't want to press 1 three times to get through to the call center.

      Another problem is the keywords, no matter how deep you dig, they are expensive as hell.
      Well, I'm generating 15-20 calls per week and since I have call tracking on my numbers, I've found out what the real issue is.

      When someone calls in, they get the automated IVR (like you mentioned), a nice greeting, then asks them to select an option:
      1. "If you are calling for a self or loved one who has private insurance or who can afford to pay for treatment - please press #1"

      2."If you are calling for a self or loved one who cannot afford to pay for treatment, has Medicaid, medicare, or other govt assisted insurance - please press #2"

      If they select option #2 - it simply tells them to call 800-662-4357, which is Find Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment
      .....guess which option 100% of the callers have selected thus far? - I should probably not waste too much time on this campaign anymore.
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      • Profile picture of the author Saintsfan40
        Originally Posted by shockwave View Post

        Well, I'm generating 15-20 calls per week and since I have call tracking on my numbers, I've found out what the real issue is.

        When someone calls in, they get the automated IVR (like you mentioned), a nice greeting, then asks them to select an option:
        1. "If you are calling for a self or loved one who has private insurance or who can afford to pay for treatment - please press #1"

        2."If you are calling for a self or loved one who cannot afford to pay for treatment, has Medicaid, medicare, or other govt assisted insurance - please press #2"

        If they select option #2 - it simply tells them to call 800-662-4357, which is Find Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment
        .....guess which option 100% of the callers have selected thus far? - I should probably not waste too much time on this campaign anymore.

        Yeah I don't blame you for dropping that offer. The second option kills the campaign in my book. I had someone run a test call for me calling the number in regards for a "loved one". He said after he tested the call, the CSR rep was very rude asking him all kinds of very deep private questions regarding the loved one. So that right there turned me away from the offer. Good thing I didn't spend much time on it.
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        • Profile picture of the author shockwave
          Wow....this is funny, I'm already at 40 calls this month and only 1 has converted (because the caller was willing to pay cash or had insurance), other than that, it's still the same - everyone just pushing option #2 (can't afford to pay for treatment).

          ....I guess it's to be expected.

          I bet I'll be lucky to convert 1 out of 100 calls with this campaign.
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  • Profile picture of the author 100k
    Boy that sucks.

    Find another campaign.
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  • Profile picture of the author A87
    I've had really high scrub rates in Pay Per Call As well. I called the test number in my account to make sure everything was working fine, no shady redirections were going on etc. Well it seemed fine. Then 1 week later I started receiving text messages from the company.

    I'd sent them 20 calls ranging from 6 minutes up to around 30 minutes. And 52 calls total. Got paid for only 1. Yet they are re-marketing to the customers I send them through text and do not pay if they call back. Very disappointed with Pay Per Call.

    I am glad to learn of your rehab experience. I was considering trying that offer. I did a psychic program.
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  • Profile picture of the author btyiw
    I'm part of an affiliate network now that offers this exact offer for around $200-280 per qualified call, no IVR and it was a low call duration.
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