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Affiliate Marketing Traffic Sources I’ve Tried in 2018

I have dedicated 2018 to testing several different traffic sources with my affiliate marketing campaigns and I thought it might be fun to explain which sources I 'd like. tried and how my campaigns ran.

Most of the traffic I have done this year is sources of pay-per-view television traffic . This is mainly due to the fact that my most important source with my most profitable campaigns was a pay-per-view network, so I tried new sources of traffic on that same channel.

We also have a lot of discussion about the PPV in the sub-forum on the PPL affLIFT which pushes me to test more of these traffic sources.

With all that has been said, my biggest traffic in 2018 was ZeroPark .

ZeroPark

For the first time, I reviewed ZeroPark on this blog in 2014. Much has changed since this review, but one thing is certain: ZeroPark is fantastic.

One of the things I like in ZeroPark and what makes them come back is their platform. It is self-service and very easy to use. If you set up your campaigns correctly, you can do all your optimizations directly in ZeroPark without having to use a third-party tracker. But, it also integrates directly into the tracker Voluum (which ZeroPark also owns) and simplifies the analysis on your campaigns.

My campaigns on ZeroPark began to underperform early in the year, but I will continue to test their traffic with new affiliate offers for the rest of the year. ;year.

If you are interested in domain redirects or pop traffic you should definitely try.

I also have three video lessons available on affLIFT about ZeroPark, including which lasts more than an hour and explains how I optimized my campaigns to get a high return on investment.

TONIC

TONIC (formerly DNTX) has been around for quite some time and I have published some articles about them (including this guide TONIC last year) .

They are a little stricter about the deals that you can promote than ZeroPark, but I have benefited a lot from their return on investment all year long. TONIC also seems to have less traffic than ZeroPark, but its traffic is getting a little better.

I recommend starting your campaign on TONIC and then switching to ZeroPark. If it converts to TONIC, it will probably be converted to ZeroPark.

PopAds and PopCash

I combine these two sources of pop traffic because they are very similar. I would compare PopAds to ZeroPark simply because it seems to have more traffic than PopCash, but PopCash seems to be getting a little better for me.

What most affiliates love about PopAds and PopCash, is that they have a low entry barrier. The minimum deposits on both are very low.

PopCash – $ 5PopAds – $ 10

So, if you are looking for pop traffic (I mainly use ZeroPark and TONIC for domain redirection traffic), then these two devices deserve to be tried and if Looking for deals that will accept this pop traffic, take a look at those from PeerFlyOffers.com !

Bing Ads

In 2013, I wrote an article on promoting affiliate offers with Bing Ads . Since then, Bing Ads has not changed much, but the destination URL must match the final URL of the landing page. This can cause problems for affiliates wishing to establish a direct link with an affiliate offer. Most create their own landing pages to promote on Bing Ads.

I was testing with the help of an iframe to promote my affiliate link and this seems to be going pretty well. I have spoken with several representatives of Bing and they have no problem with the use of iFrames.

I have not found and scaled large Bing Ads campaigns yet, but I will continue to work on them. They have a ton of traffic and it seems like it could still be an affiliated gold mine.

If you want to try the Bing ads, sign up here and you get a $ 100 credit when you spend $ 25.

Facebook ads

Last but not least, I still spend a lot of money on Facebook ads. Some of my best affiliate campaigns that I've been able to use are using Facebook ads.

New opportunities appear every day if you keep your eyes open. I almost got past this one. Happy that I do not have it. ] What I like Facebook ads (in addition to incredible targeting), is that you can use your ads to create an audience and a brand. I've trained an audience of over 3,500,000 people who like my Facebook pages. For the most part, I am already positive about the return on investment on the growth of this audience. So, all that I announce to them now and in the future is purely profit and I automatically post on this entire audience using FPTraffic .

We have discussions within the affLIFT community on Facebook ads and I have a video lesson showing how to directly link a PeerFly offer to the I & # 39; help from Facebook Ads. Well worth a look!

Up to now, 2018 has been a very good year for me and for my affiliate marketing campaigns. I am delighted to lead successful campaigns through the traffic sources I mentioned above and hope you will be able to find that the success took place before the end of the year. # 39; year.

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. Let's make money!





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