Exactly is Pay Per View Advertising?

PPV (Pay Per View) is also known as contextual advertising. PPV (also called CPV) is technically Adware, not to get confused with spyware. Adware comes from an ad supported program that a user installed onto their PC, which they agreed to when installing it. PPV allows you to not only bid on keywords but also domains (urls).

So whats so good about PPV? From my experience it is incredible if done right. I have some campaigns for instance that I spend maybe $20-$30 on a day and they each do thousands in revenue. Not bad eh?

Why am I sharing this information? Probably because I am a mad man, or maybe because I do well enough that I feel like giving people some inspiration, it has always helped me in the past.

Now that you know the basics lets get into it a bit more.

You’re going to need to be signed up for some networks to get started.

The ones I recommend personally are:

Mediatraffic and Trafficvance

Zango is a good ppv network, but they have a bad history of stealing peoples campaigns, so use them at your own discretion.

As for the two I recommend, your best bet is to apply at Mediatraffic first since they are relatively easy to get started with. Trafficvance on the other hand is not so easy to get into, you need to convince them you are serious because they don’t want a ton of junk advertisers that will just waste their time. Think of it like if you were applying for an affiliate network, take some time and actually explain your skills and convince them why you are good enough to be an advertiser with them, trust me they have VERY high quality traffic.

Now that you have signed up for some networks it’s time to think about what you want to promote.

I will continue this in the next post, your task right now is to get signed up for the networks! Without being able to use them, the next couple posts will be useless to you.

Note: This is part 1 of a 3 part series

Here are the rest of the parts:

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

65 thoughts on “PPV Advertising 101 – Untap the Potential (Part 1 of 3)”
  1. I’ll give it a look for sure. I probably wouldnt use those on my main blog, but perhaps on an affiliate site it might be profitable

  2. TrafficVance also requires a Deposit of 500$ or 1000$ and also some legal Document’s.

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  5. Thank you on this interesting post! PPV deserve investigating! Why not try another way to increase traffic!

  6. never heard of it, but will register to keep updated with your other coming parts of this article series.

    however am still not really convinced about this type of marketing where users have to download some cookie/adware etc…

  7. I have seen many people make lots of money from these models. You have to be willing to put some work into because you need very decent amounts of traffic for this to work.

  8. Bryn really effective post buddy. I will get many ideas for affiliate marketing which i have started before few weeks. Also have subscribed to your blog in order to keep my self updated with latest happening in Affiliate industry.

  9. I probably wouldn’t want to do this kind of marketing because these adware can give people problems. Greg Ellison

      1. Hey Clown Face – You seem to contradict yourself lots in the quest for links….

        1. You have drawn me to click your link and go take a look at your internet offering, and I like what you’re doing…so let’s bve friends, OK! I’ve just given you an SU review via my “non de plume”

          Reciprocation would be nice!

          1. Thanks for coming on my blog dude & looked at what i am doing now a days. I am always open to friendship ….No worries

        2. Seems you are Crazy dude …why the hell do i contradict my self for the hack of links ..?? I gave my frank opinion about the post what i felt..lol

          Seems you are after promoting lots of your websites based in south africa am i correct ??

  10. Been hearing more and more about PPV advertising and people getting some serious conversions from it. Looking forward to the rest of the 3 part series.

  11. nice post, The information was perfect, provide some answers and find the most appropriate solutions 🙂

  12. Great recommendations. I am definitely going to check it out. same for me, not sure if I want to use it for my main blog, just side ones for now.

  13. Cool post, can’t wait for the next couple of parts or finding out whats best to promote

  14. Hmmm, never even knew about PPV… Interesting… Will look into PPV, however, looks like most affilliate offers that I run dont allow PPV…

  15. I’ve been infected with these things before and they’re insidious. I really question who would ever agree to allow something like this to be on their computer? Probably only people who didn’t bother reading the TOS. But it also seems like these companies employee people to maliciously get their software onto people’s computers – I’ve had it happen a couple of times myself.

    I look forward to the rest of the post though.

  16. As soon as you try it those sites he listed. Networks like Linkshare, CJ, google, and clickbank will ban you from advertising for them for life. But by all means do try it 🙂

  17. I used to do quite a bit with Zango. Often it was a cash cow. However Zango (run by 180solutions) was shut down I believe. They got the screws put to them by the man. Mainly because they were accused of being insidious and sneaky with their users. But we liked it most of the time as it created profits for us.

  18. PPV traffic is how I won the Top Affiliate Challenge and generated over $40k in commissions in 2 weeks. You can make a ton of money with this traffic if you really know what you’re doing, but you can LOSE EVEN MORE.

    PPV is like a firehose. Can you drink from the firehose? Could you handle it if your budget was set at $20 but it spent $200 before it could shut off?

    Just be aware of the risks before you jump in the deep end. 😉

    Jonathan

  19. PPV is not the industry term for it. It’s actually CPV. You also need a referal now for Traffic Vance to get in, (how exclusive of them). There’s a new one around now too, but I’ll see if you know the name of it as you haven’t been on my site for a while now Bryn.

    🙂

    1. Are you stupid? Or did you simply not read the post? It’s in quotes because it’s regarding the people constantly asking me for PPV advice…dumbass.

      1. Wow, you let that person have it. People always have haters and its a good sign. Just because of that reply I am going to subscribe to your blog.

  20. Great to see your guest post here. I love shoe developing more and more careers off this site. The info looks interesting. I’ve never looked at this type of traffic, and the read was easy to follow!
    dk

  21. Cool, so cool, but is this as risky as it feels? I am quite happy with AdSense ( except the income) but will certainly research this, NOW!

    1. I would love to suggest you that only depending on one thing is risky business. With adsense you should keep develop other way to earn income.

      Juhani this is my personal advice … just start one or two different way to earn money as well.

  22. well my friend I really dont like ppv advertising because lets be honest no one is really focus on the advertising when is watching a ppv no one take care of that so this is not to good for my point of view

  23. Drive targeted traffic from USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Netherlands, Australia.
    Is that mean that this offer only available for those country or it’s just the traffic should comes from counties above?

  24. Hey Bryn,

    Awesome post! I look forward to hearing more about PPV. I had heard of it before now, but my deep understanding of it…is practically Zero! Thanks for sharing your personal Knowledge, Experience, and Insights.

    Best Regards
    David Herman

  25. I’ve heard plenty of good stuff about PPV. I think it’s about time to give it a try. Had some pretty good luck with PPC so I guess this is the next step.

  26. Actually this is in my to do list but before starting on this assignment I want to get enough success on my first assignment that is affiliate sales.

    After that certainly I will move to this one.

  27. Is this still going? Why would anyone want to install adware software? Anyway – ill keep an open mind…

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  30. Have never ventured into PPv advertising, but your post has created a bit of interest in me. Just a query. In one of the comments mentioned above I saw somebody saying that joining the sites mentioned in your post will result in CJ, Clickbank etc banning you. Is there some fact to this?
    Am in the process of reading the rest of the posts. Hope these questions will be answered somewhere.

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  33. I applied for Traffic Vance they asked for deposit of $1000 not sure if it refundable?

  34. “Why am I sharing this information?” When ever I hear this my caution radar goes off the charts lol.

    That’s what being on so many IM lists does to a man 😀

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  37. I signed up with Mediatraffic a few months aga and tried PPV but was a dismal failure. No fault of Mediatraffic, just me not knowing what I was doing I suppose. I’m off to read part 2 and 3 now to see if I can find out where I went wrong.

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