Monday, January 21st, 2008

I Was Right

I sure called that one this morning huh? Original post –> Bom or Dud?

The Superbowl owns Google Hot Trends after playoff games today:

Superbowl Owns Google

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7 Responses

January 21, 2008

lol, i knew u were on it man. i was looking at this myself and bam! there it is… good stuff man. now i just need to catch my slice

January 21, 2008

This is off topic but I would like to ask your opinion. I am doing volume with many networks and although I don’t do any fraud, I am already banned by three advertisers in a network due to ‘poor’ quality traffic.

My question is, do big publisher deal with this poor quality traffic crap also? I am afraid that the network will ban me if too many advertisers ‘banned’ me. On over 10 offers that I push volume, I am banned on three offers.

January 21, 2008

Without knowing specifics Terrence, I am of little help. I can tell you that from experience though if your running zip and email submits, there are snaky advertisers EVERYWHERE.

If your not doing fraud, where’s the traffic coming from? If you want to discuss in private, hit me up by email or something man.

January 22, 2008

Sent you an email Ruck,


January 22, 2008


Nice call. I actually tried something playoff-related on YouTube that didn’t work so well and I’m curious for your input. I’ll shoot you an e-mail. Thx.

January 25, 2008


What do you do about quality score on these little “buzz” campaigns? (assuming PPC).

I tried to setup a superbowl campaign, and as usual I was slapped with “poor” accross the board. Where do you get content for these types of offers?

November 21, 2008

Yep, you’re right lol