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Push notifications traffic

Discussion in 'Traffic Sources - General' started by mabraham, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. mabraham

    mabraham Affiliate affiliate

    Hello guys,

    who is working with pushes now? What's your experience? Do you like it?

    Many ads networks move to pushes, I think it will change some types of ads very soon.
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  3. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    I talked with these people iZooto Business Plan for E-commerce Businesses: Drive Conversions and Sales
    However, this is for your own subscribed website member/signups or people that have allowed push notifications.
    Looks like a nice api and good segmentation and click tracking using the utm_ formats

    I would sure like a straight answer how ad networks are using push notification with user browser permissions.

    I think they may have just found a way to make a popup that evades browser blocking? I really don't know.
  4. mabraham

    mabraham Affiliate affiliate

    I believe that there are a lot of people who click "Allow" carelessly. And they need to click it on one of the ad publishers. It is not so hard for them to acquire many permissions from the browsers or mobile devices.

  5. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    ^^^ that may be ...
    You meant to say the website that is publishing the ad for the media buyer (ad network)?
  6. Certified

    RedTrack.io Active Member Certified Vendor Service Manager affiliate

    So true! Push notification campaigns are really on a hype wave now.

    Performance marketers and affiliates eagerly switch to this ad format. Still, a lot of questions arise. That's why our team decided to hold the joint webinar with PropellerAds, Traffic Source known for its exclusive native push notification ad formats.

    So if you're interested in setting-up push campaigns and its optimization, we welcome you to join us on August 7 :) here is the link - Grow ROI with Push Campaigns: run & optimize
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  7. KwarkAds

    KwarkAds Affiliate affiliate

    I ran a few tests on Propeller Ads push testing different verticals.
    Offer tests budgets ranged from $10-$40 each.
    I was intrigued because it had ad format similar to native (ad image & text).
    My goals were just to see how it was and not necessarily build or bank ;)

    Here are my observations based on experience

    1. Traffic is clean of fraud bots. There are minuscule amount of regular web bots.
    However, the problematic fraud bots / click bots were not there.
    I use honeypot bot traps within all LP. Part of the redirect tests include:
    java, cookies, ip, ptr hostname, ua , httpd header, and a few other ip/subnet filters.

    This actually catches many bots and helps in placement/widget/site filtering.
    The newer bots based on the latest headless chrome are a bit harder to detect.
    However, these recent advanced bots usually target the bigger fish such as G.

    2. Volume is not much. It's probably best to bring over green pop offers for more traffic.
    Though CTR is there but CR was not, based on these small tests.
    However, as another person from STM pointed, the CR
    may not be there depending on what you run.

    Try it and may do well for you. Good additional traffic source, that is clean.

    3. How to stop campaign? I think they have a bug or so. When you stop a campaign, it keeps
    going. Now this has to do with outstanding notifications that hasn't yet been read.
    So expect clicks and charges for clicks days on after stopping campaign.

    I think they should refine the code such that when campaign is stopped, just
    redirect to an expiration notice (ie: advertisers ad has expired....or offer unavailable).
    I mean what if offer dies or offer server issues and you intentionally stop a campaign.
    In such case, it keeps sending traffic and billing you. The "stop" button is more like
    "please try to stop" button instead of STOP. :eek:

    Maybe they should run stopped offers to smartlinks and monetize o_O

    OVERALL: 8/10 - good option for additional traffic source (My2C)
  8. mabraham

    mabraham Affiliate affiliate

    What CR did you get?
  9. Desi

    Desi Affiliate affiliate

    I also ran a campaign with Propeller Ads in the beginning of the year. Was very happy with my AM and the value of the customers we got. CR was about 6%. As another user pointed in this post, volume was not much but overall it was good campaign.
  10. LukePeerFly

    LukePeerFly Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager Service Manager affiliate

    I've been pushing push notification traffic through:
    • PropellerAds
    • RTX Platform
    • MegaPush
    Right now, I am seeing the best results with MegaPush. I pushed a blog post with more information all about these 3 sources :)
  11. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    Thanks Luke, I am watching that webinar you posted on your blog from PropellerAds.
    Interesting that you had good results with MegaPush
    I am thinking about pushing general merchandise exported from China -- any thoughts on how this might work with that?
  12. LukePeerFly

    LukePeerFly Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager Service Manager affiliate

    I believe they're a Russian company. I've heard it's working well for ecomm.

    I do know it's converting :)
  13. Garyman

    Garyman Affiliate affiliate

    3 months ago i started to use push because i also use pop and made good conversion rate. I'm recommended ad maven push notification has a good push service, I see them in many websites.
  14. DanielFIRE

    DanielFIRE Affiliate affiliate

    I heard about them to, their Push native on my site and making money out of it.
  15. Richpush

    Richpush Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

  16. Justyna Zeropark

    Justyna Zeropark Traffic Manager Traffic Manager affiliate

    Push ads perform like crazy in Zeropark for many verticals and our top 5 are now: Sweeps, Loans, Lead gen, Casino, Sportsbet.

    Sending you a link to a good thread - hope you will find it useful:

    Also feel free to read our blog post on how to create push ads copy that will increase your ROI.

    If you have any Qs PM me or contact our at: [email protected]
  17. Glooking

    Glooking Affiliate affiliate

    My friend, Push ads are so great! all the performance are only clean with great experiences for users,
    you may say this is not true.. but so real this is really good to say for anyone hears.

    My ad networks call Pub push. must of my traffic from the US, and some other geos - the push have a really good result and double every month, also I use Google Adsense with non-issues.
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2019
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  18. spypush.top

    spypush.top Service Manager Service Manager Marketplace Seller affiliate

    Hello guys!

    As you said push traffic is now on the hype. Many networks launched their own push notification ads. Most traffic in Megapush and Propellers Ads.
    We have cases study where we earn $ 29k from dating vertical with propeller ads. Soon we will prepare it for you.
    The most profitable vertials on push traffic are:
    • dating
    • nutra
    • sweep
    So many peoplpe spend a lot of money on crypto/forex offers. I see it evereday when we update our base of push notifications.
  19. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    Use them up while they last ...
    They (push notify) will get overused and abused then leading to some mitigation in the user's browser (perhaps) ...
    Either that, or people will come to ignore the novelty.
    You can disable push notify in your browser settings too. Of course you have to know that and 70% of the users of the internet are dumb as dirt <<< you can find these type people on Facebook clicking links and ads.
    Business really hasn't changed much in 40 years (that I have seen).

    I used to sell furniture, bait and switch, in my uncle's furniture stores, to dummies that saw our ads (in the newspapers) c. 1973 <<< new day same shit :p
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  20. spypush.top

    spypush.top Service Manager Service Manager Marketplace Seller affiliate

    I agree with you. The next step, Google will make the funnel unsubscribe very easy for the user.
    So advertising creatives will be better. But I doubt that this traffic will disappear in near future.
    Mor likes this.
  21. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    The first ad was probably 4000 B.C. written on a wall with ink made from wild berries -- the strategy does not change -- only the tactics do ...
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