I can tell you from personal experience that native advertising is alive and kicking. I used to run financial trading offers on the big networks. I'm testing ecom offers as well.
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Bitcoin is controlled by a VERY small group of people, so no it's not shocking to me at all. It could go to a 100 million or zero.
Two major threats are quantum computing (which could easily hack/steal 25% of all Bitcoin) and the Tether timebomb (which will undermine almost everything related...
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You can go two ways.
Option #1 free traffic
Create killer content around a money hungry niche like weight loss or making money online. Could be a blog, Youtube channel, whatever. Focus on keywords that have buy intent like reviews and mix those up with valuable...
Research what's already running in your niche and create a few variants on those. Don't steal, just use your own wording, images etc. My experience with squeeze pages is that a lot of times the ugliest ones (usually with the least copy) seem to win the split tests. Also depends on the niche of...
Tracking is the ONLY way to optimize your campaigns. Without data you're running blind and waiting for a lucky shot.
So a detailed guide on tracking would be a goldmine for any newbie. Looking forward to it!
Yeah sure, if you want to go the WP route you could go with:
Hosting: Kinsta (recurring) / Bluehost (one time)
Themes: WPengine + StudioPress (sub referrals!) / MyThemeShop (sub referrals!)
Plugins: Elementor (popular 50% pps) / Beaver Builder (25%recurring)
And you could go a step further...
I've seen this happening with WordPress sites that use cracked themes or plugins. Those are 99% hacked and thus flagged by Google. So if you use WP you should look into that.
Edit: Using WP for campaigns is bad practice anyway because of slow loading pages.
I make tutorial videos about trading stocks and promote brokers that payout $800 per new trader. Pretty good model, although it's a lot of work that I can't outsource.
You can do this for all sorts of offers. I seen people having insane succes with WordPress tutorials promoting hosting...
I'm working on a new project which will aggregate and pull in news from other sites (specific niche) on one site. Like Digg.com.
I would like to automate most of this process. I've been looking at WordPress plugins and PHP scripts that can do this.
For (paid) WP plugins I'm...
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