Pay Per View Advertising (PPV), also known as CPV (cost per view) is usually referred to as contextual advertising. PPV is technically adware, not to confuse with spyware. Adware comes from an ad-supported program user installed onto their pc, which they agreed to when installing it. PPV not only allows you to bid on keywords but also domains.
So, what to expect from PPV? From the online marketer’s experience, PPV performance is incredible if done right. For instance, Brian Youngblut spent approximately $50 everyday on a day and they each generate thousands each of it. Sounds good right?
I will share a technique you can use right away after reading this article. First, as a beginner I suggested you to register an account with Media traffic, and when you are more advanced try out Traffic Vance.
Then you choose a product to promote from any major affiliate networks. After that you must do keyword research and the most important, URL research. There are a number of ways to do keyword research. If you don’t know how to do this, just type “keyword researching tool” into the search engine.
After you’re done and get the keywords in hand to promote your offer, type the keyword into the search engine see what result are in. Take the URLs of the websites appear on the search result page and analyze their traffic with quantcast.com. At Quantcast, you will also get related websites using “Audience also Like/Visit” feature on the right hand side.
Now, it is time to setup the campaign and remember it’s important to track everything. You have option to use direct link or take prospects to your landing page. If you are not sure, why not you try split test. Some offers works well with direct link and some works well with landing page.
If you take PPV seriously, it makes money like roller coaster.