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[Case] Mobicow/PulseMobile - Promoting Resto App in Japan

Discussion in 'Follow Alongs and Online Journeys' started by EymardSiojo, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. EymardSiojo

    EymardSiojo GRIND! affiliate

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    Just some random offer test using Mobicow as traffic and Neverblue/Pulsemobile offers.

    Offer Name: Hot Pepper Gourmet - iPhone - Japan
    Payout: $4.00
    Description: "Hotpepper Gourmet" is No.1 Restaurant app to find where to eat in Japan.
    User can also receive great offers with a coupon which they can get by searching restaurants.
    Requirements: App Install (I guess?)

    What it displays:

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    Targeting:

    Country: Japan
    Provider: All
    Device: Iphone 5, 4, and 3
    Os: iOS

    Mobicow Stats:

    I run it from March 10 to 12, 2014 (My TIMEZONE)

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    Neverblue/Pulsemobile Stats:

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    Oh well, I will try another one and post here what happened.
    My limit is 1k clicks or payout = spend before I post or stop.

    I think, I should get some conversion if the traffic or offer is good after 1K clicks right?

    :p

    I hope, in some way, you find this useful :)
     
  2. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Clicks seem VERY cheap right?

    What tracking are you using?
     
  3. mlaghfiri

    mlaghfiri Affiliate affiliate

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    Thank u for this case study that will help others to avoid ur Mistakes :p
     
  4. lrs1995

    lrs1995 Moderator moderator affiliate

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    nice, case study on MobiCow!
    Keep us updated mate!
     
  5. azgold

    azgold Moderator moderator affiliate

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    Hehe, I've tried a random Mobicow campaign for a foreign land, too. While it was fun, it wasn't profitable.

    Re the 1,000 clicks, an email submit that I ran on Mobicow got two conversions from more than 6,000. The offer was paused and I messed up on the postback formatting, so didn't get to look at the data and optimize.

    I tried for a few minutes to find someplace that listed the offers that work best on their platform for you. Really, all I found came from....Affix! :) In this thread, hans23 (2nd post) says that it works best for CPI but no vertical mentioned.
     
  6. hans23

    hans23 Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi azgold, yes I remembered recommend mobicow at my post.
    To be honest, I don't use mobicow anymore because some reasons, one is policy update on google play store which didn't allow redirect traffic to promote apps.
    Also some mobile affiliate networks didn't allow redirect/pop up traffic nowadays because it is considered as forced click (visitor automatically redirect to LP offer without click of banner), well you can actually make work around by using your own LP so visitor still need to click your LP :)
    Actually, almost all verticals work with this type of traffic.
    I usually promote games IOS, on multiple countries, and I was using their minimum bid (0.5 per 1000 impressions).
    From there, I paused non converting factors (country, carrier, etc)
    The revenue was not much, but it can add small nice income though. and you could learn how the mobile marketing works
    Anyway, always make sure by asking your affiliate manager, if this type of traffic is OK to promote their offer
    Cheers
     

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