Category Archives: CPV Marketing
Just recently stumbled upon this ridiculously simple thing that eases my life now.
You know when making PPV LP’s at 800×600 window you need to test if your ‘creation’ fits into the window and doesn’t create any scroll bars? Well what I did I created a colored CSS div with 800×600 size and 0 padding for “body” to have exact measures. I had to constantly drag the damn window to fit that colored element to have the precise 800×600 size. Then open my newly created landing page in another tab to see if it fits or not.
Pain in the ass when you’re into making many LP’s.
But what happens when you click the link that leads you to the … Read the rest »
Hey everyone, as promised yesterday I worked on launching the new directory for PPV landing page templates. You can download all landers for free.
They are designed in 800×600 resolution. Fits every network. Some networks like MediaTraffic allows larger sizes, but you can test these and I think you’ll get great CTR. In my experience smaller LP’s got better CTR on all PPV networks. You just need to test I guess.
I did not include any Photoshop .PSD or Illustrator files. IMO if you’re savvy enough to use Photoshop, you can make graphics and landers yourself. This is mostly for non-techie type people. Just copy-paste and edit text is all you need.
So far I’ve uploaded only some credit … Read the rest »
Sorry guys for the lack of posts lately, been busy with my campaigns. But today I wanted to talk a little about one of the most common negative sides of performance marketing. That’s when your campaigns suddenly lose performance and get you into the red.
It happens on all mediums, from PPC to banner buys. In some cases, you can quickly see the reason and fix it. In others, there’s just no explanation why it happens. So instead of banging your head into the wall figuring out why oh why you should just move on without learning for such mistake.
Here’s a common scenario.
You’ve discovered a working CPV campaign. You’re turning $20 to $50 / day profit. You optimize … Read the rest »
Ok there’s a free software called LaserURL. Many folks use it, to me it seemed a little messy so I prefer online based tools. I’ve been testing one freebie from CPVDen for a while and I must say it’s really nice. Very easy to use and delivers what’s promised. Perfect alternative to paid versions.
You can choose the Google scraper. Select which country you’d like to get results from (organic results differ based on your geo-location). There are only main English speaking countries, but that’s perfectly enough. Although it scrapes only the to 5 pages of Google, it’s still a nice treat. You can select the URL’s and then instantly make 3 variations of each (removed periods, replace them with … Read the rest »
In my previous post I talked about getting back on your feet by setting small goals. And the best to way to do that is by doing cost per view marketing. Today I’ll discuss CPV in a little more depth and show you examples of what to expect with this traffic source.
I love PPV for a few reasons. No shitty reviewers like on Facebook, no fucking QS like in Adwords (and MSN now). You can run pretty much anything. Although they are getting stricter and in some cases do require disclosures on LP’s. But it’s rare. Best of all, this traffic source lets you start really small and go really big.
Yeah, everyone says it’s cheap traffic … Read the rest »
A lot of newcomers to PPV or CPV world ask which are better targets: keywords or URL’s. Here’s a simple answer – URL’s.
That’s pretty much all there is to this post lol.
URL’s are pretty much always more profitable then keywords. You can argue why, but in my opinion it’s not natural for a user to type something into a search engine and immediately get a popup with an advertisement. Even if it’s related.
Once you visit a site, you’re accustomed to seeing popups and popunders. You think it may actually be part of the site.
Tip: that’s why popping over some JC Penney CPA offer on JCPenney.com is more profitable then simply pushing a generic offer. Targeting specific … Read the rest »