I received many questions about a source of traffic that I recently recommended . I therefore thought it would be useful to make a little guide and explain how to bid PeerFly with TONIC's click-through traffic.
TONIC is a traffic market (ad network) where you can buy zero traffic clicks and pop.
I prefer to start zero-click domain traffic because it looks better converted. This is what is called traffic without a click, because when someone goes to one of the domains of the TONIC network, he is automatically redirected to the offer that you are advertising. The visitor does not have to click on an ad.
Let's see how you can set up a PeerFly offer in direct link with your affiliate link and start receiving TONIC traffic and conversions!
Once you have registered and made your first deposit ($ 100 minimum), you are ready to create your first zero-click campaign .
Choice of an offer to be executed on TONIC
We have more than 700 affiliate offers at PeerFly that you can use on TONIC.
TONIC zero-click traffic is considered a PPV according to our standards, so you can sort all available offers by typing PPV in the search box at the top of every page on PeerFly or Going to our Browse Offers page and select PPV as a method of marketing.
Most of the campaigns I use on TONIC are mobile and I like to launch 1 or 2 click stream feeds for international countries.
Browse our PPV offers on PeerFly and pick a few to test your first campaigns.
Once your offers are ready, it's time to set up your campaign on TONIC.
in their FAQ but the two that I use for my mobile campaigns are [sourceid] and [carrier] .
The [sourceid] will pass the source of the domain in TONIC from which I receive the traffic. They have a ton of different sources and it is very important that you can include the source ID as a SubID in your PeerFly affiliate link so that you can optimize based on the traffic sources.
I also use the [carrier] in my PeerFly affiliate link so that I can optimize depending on the operator if the offer allows multiple operator traffic.