What are some good networks that dont shave?

by mithya
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Hello Warriors,

I have been testing some offers on ppv these days and on split testing there is always some difference in conversion rates of two networks (ya, i tested this over a week atleast). So, I was looking forward to the experience of you guys. Which networks do you think dont shave or shave less?
Thanks for your thoughts.
#good #networks #shave
  • Profile picture of the author Rishy
    Hi mithya,

    I work with a handful of networks, maxbounty, peefly, neverblue to name a few have worked well for me always.
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  • Profile picture of the author mithya
    Thanks for the reply Rishy. Maxbounty and Peerfly are working well for me as well. Always heard good things about Neverblue, so will give them a try too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    The problem isn't on the CPA Networks side that should be worried about, but on the advertiser's side.

    Some repeatable CPA Networks I use... Peerfly, MaxBounty, NeverBlue, ClickBooth, A4D, ect...
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    My fav networks:
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  • Profile picture of the author Rymen1993
    I currently use these, but my suggestion is to create an account with all of them and split testing.

    Adscend Media
    Adwork Media.
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  • Profile picture of the author alchebank
    I'd say that all networks do shaved lol
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  • Profile picture of the author tcrews
    There is no such CPA network. A portion of your leads will definitely be shaved at some point, some by networks, rest by advertisers.
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    • Profile picture of the author sonixkid3000
      I believe it's peerfly that talks about this on their blog. They don't allow shaving. With that said, it's more likely you get blacklisted from promoting an offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author CPAleadJustin
    Hey mithya,
    I can say we do not shave, I`d be happy to discuss with you a bit about your promotions and see if you like to give us a shot!
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  • Profile picture of the author satrap
    I vouch for MaxBounty and Panthera.

    I know some people say all networks shave some times. But I think there are some networks that are honest.

    Last year, I had one offer that was earning me around $60-70 a day. All of a sudden I noticed for a few days the conversion was lower than usual. I emailed my IM at MaxBounty, within 24 hours they credited my account with $700. Because they discovered there was a problem on the advertiser's site.

    So, not only they paid for those few days, but they went back for a few weeks and estimated how much more I would have made from this offer if there was no problem. And then they gave me the money.

    And that's one reason despite using a few networks, MaxBounty is the first one I always check before I run any offer. If they don't have it, I'll go to another, but if they do, even if their payout is less (which usually isn't), I stick with them.
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