I’ll be posting all further updates to this follow along over the next few weeks exclusively in the Mobile Immersion Members area, you can sign up here if you’re not already a member.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been fascinated by the new generation of push notifications, specifically browser push notifications. I’ve been reading on forums such as Stack That Money (STM) about how other affiliates have been using them on old and new traffic sources like MGID and
For me, this is exciting. When I first started affiliate marketing about five years ago, I had huge success with the app push notifications on traffic sources such as AirPush, so the fact that they have made a resurgence is not far from music to my ears.
For those of you who don’t know what browser push notifications are, they are mobile or desktop notifications sent via the browser that appears on a device. I’ve added an example below:
One of the things that have always annoyed me about being an affiliate is that simply sending a visitor to a cost per action (CPA) offer and earning a commission if they complete it doesn’t build you an asset you can go back to again and again to generate more revenue, like say an ecom website with a massive mailing list.
In the past, I’ve tried collecting emails but have found it difficult to get good open and click through rates, but it looks like browser push notifications might be the solution I’ve been waiting for.
Deciding on which browser Push Notification service to use in order to collect subscribers
After doing some research on which service is best for collecting browser push notification subscribers, I came up with two: Push Crew and OneSignal. I settled on OneSignal.
My reasons for picking OneSignal simple:
• It looks more geared towards sending a high volume of push notifications to many subscribers
• It’s free
The downside is that they use your data and probably track your subscribers across the internet. Also, there user interface doesn’t appear to be as easy to use as Push Crews, and they don’t have as many options for creating and designing your push notifications as Push Crew. However, I believe it being free use makes up for all of these cons.
My strategy for making collecting subscribers as cheap as possible
After some playing around, I figured out that the most cost efficient way to collect subscribers is by giving them the option to receive notifications from the landing pages I use on my current active sweepstakes campaigns, which I’m running on Facebook and a few pop/redirect traffic sources. Seeing as these campaigns are already profitable, I’ll essentially be collecting subscribers for free.
Another method I will be using is the “subscribe on click” method, which is where you create sweepstakes landing page, and when your visitor clicks the final call-to-action button, it subscribes them to browser push notifications before redirecting them to a CPA offer.
This will require using the OneSignal API and some extra coding (the coding bit is where the benefit of having a dev team comes into play, but if you don’t have one you’ll have to do it yourself). I will develop this sweepstakes landing page and upload it to the Mobile Immersion Area for any of you who want to go about testing it out for yourselves.
I’ve read about other ways to collect subscribers such as adding a simple age verification page and tricking visitors to click “YES they are over 18” and keep redirecting them via
I feel the above technique is better suited for adult pop traffic while the verification page strategy could lead to you collecting
That’s all for now, I’ll be posting an update in the next 2 weeks once I’ve collected some subscribers.
There’s a scenario many affiliates are familiar with: you have a campaign ready that you’re certain is near perfect. You’ve taken your time to find out everything you need to know about it and your even making estimates about how much you’ll make from it. Then, when it comes to launching it, you begin losing money from the get-go.
You aren’t even making enough to run a split test.
If your campaign is actually really good; your CPA offers are strong and your landing page is converting well, then the chances are it’s your targeting that’s ruining your campaign.
If you’re running on native or mobile traffic, then you need to figure out which websites are profitable (Google and Facebook are already great traffic sources as their traffic comes from their own websites and they’re effective at cutting fraud). If you have Adplexity (if you don’t then I strongly that I recommend that you do before you read any further) then you can use it to figure out how profitable particular placements (websites are). But these websites are represented by numbers so it’s not as straightforward as glancing at a list and seeing what’s most profitable.
Some of you may already be aware that there’s a spy tool on Adplexity that allows you to see what placements different landing pages and ads are running on. This is useful as it means you can check everything in Voluum to see which one of your placements are profitable:
Popular mobile traffic sources like Propellor, Zeropark and Exoclick, will have countless placements with most of them being saturated by robot traffic.
To filter out the good from the bad, you can run campaigns on the profitable sites that Adplexity suggests or you can run your own tests.
To find out which placements are profitable, you can select the landing page you want to investigate and Adplexity will show you the top 10 placements from all the traffic sources that the landing page is running on and for how long. If your landing page has been running on a placement for some time then assume it’s a good placement.
To see which traffic source the placement/website is on, hover over the pie chart.
On the landing page analysis, it’ll show you more information about the landing page, and you’ll be able to see which paid traffic network is the most popular for running the ad.
Before you come to a decision, make sure that your ad has been running for a significant amount of time a few days minimum. Afterwards, in order to see a pattern you need to analyse several sites.
• Are there verticals running on certain traffic sources but nowhere else?
• Look at the most popular placements. Are they running affiliate offers or is it brand advertisers?
• Are some traffic networks running only one type of offer?
• What traffic sources and placements trends do you see when you at several sweepstakes landing pages?
You can do further research on Adplexity, such as seeing if creatives that have been running for weeks have been pulled back a bit, meaning that it probably isn’t profitable anymore.
If you come across a campaign that has some placements running longer than others then it’s likely those placements are profitable.
The smaller your budget the more research you should do before running a campaign. Use Adplexity to:
• Find out if your competitors are running the top offers that your affiliate manager is recommending
• To see if which traffic sources are the most popular for your offers / verticals
• To see which placements are most popular (make a list of the most popular placements)
• To see if there are landing page templates that are the most popular in your vertical
It’s also worth doing a test and running traffic to placements with the same offers / landing pages and traffic sources as your competition to see how close you are to breaking even.
Remember, even if you improve your targeting there are other reasons as to why a campaign might, or might not be, successful:
• A placement might’ve worked for a particular vertical but not for yours
• It might be a placement that’s great for that particular GEO
• It might just be perfect timing, a placement may have high-quality traffic one month then nothing the next
The more research you do, the better you can target your campaigns the more chance you have of it being profitable, but remember: everything else about your campaign has to be strong as well.
Affiliate Marketing can be lucrative. Holidays, nice cars and plenty of time to relax, but you need time to enjoy these things.
If you’re spending every moment of your day marketing, then chances are you won’t even have the time to do the things that taking on affiliate marketing was meant to allow you to do. If you want to have that time without losing the potential success you’ll need help. Meaning you’ll need a team, employees, and to trust others with your work.
If you’ve tried delegating before, in a previous role or in affiliate marketing, your experiences with it could’ve been good or bad. If it’s been good, then you won’t have any resistance to it. If it’s been bad, usually due to the person you’ve passed responsibility onto making mistakes, then you might not like the idea of sharing your workload. If this is you then I have two things to say to you:
1. If you’re serious about becoming more successful you’re going to extra hands.
2. Think about all the times you’ve made a mistake while you’ve been working.
You probably make an error every day. Everyone does, but when it’s ourselves we don’t highlight how often we make mistakes, but when we see someone else make a mistake with our thing it stands out, and we can lose our shit.
No one’s perfect. Of course, if someone can’t do the job they can’t do it, but don’t turn into an executioner over one mistake. Give people time. They will improve.
If you’ve never delegated before then this post is for you, if you have, as an affiliate or in some other capacity, then this post is still worth reading as you might learn something.
Why you need to delegate and how to go about it
Think about any large company, Sony, Addidas, Penguin or any other that comes to mind. You think the founders of these organizations are doing it themselves? They’re not.
No one’s good at everything, so entrusting people in areas you know you’re not strong in is common sense. These are areas you probably don’t enjoy having to work with and you’ll be splitting the workload. It’s a win-win setup.
To start, make a list or diagram of what you do, and then see what you can share. Start with the simplest jobs and with work you can segment. Repetitive tasks that are straightforward are a good place to start.
Be clear and thorough
Before sharing responsibility, make sure the person
• Can do the job. Check their qualities and see if they’re capable enough to do what you need them to
• Knows exactly what they need to do
• That they have the tools to do it
• That they know what needs to be done for the job to be finished
Make these points very clear and ensure that there isn’t any confusion. It will save you much time later and save you telling someone off for an error when the truth is you weren’t clear enough.
Don’t be vague. Make sure your instructions are explicit. So rather than tell them. “Make an ad for win a Walmart Gift Card.” I’d tell them:
• The offer, product or service we’re advertising
• Any creative restrictions the traffic source has
• Type of language to use for example “avoid the word free”
• The required banner sizes
• Brand logos or no logos
Remember: they might not have the guts to ask you to be clearer as they don’t want to look stupid. Give them the what, why, where, how and when of tasks and you’ll be safe. You’ll save hours of your time and that of your employee.
Don’t be afraid to share
You’ve spent a lot of time getting to where you’re at, but don’t be afraid to let go. It’ll work to your benefit.
Initially, you will tell your employee what to do than go over their work once they’ve finished it. Given you stick with them and they stick with you they’ll get the hang of it eventually.
Keep communication breezy and easy
If you have more than one person you’re working with, have a clear medium of where you communicate. Make sure everyone can get through to each other and that there’s as little room for confusion as possible. Emails can get messy, but they’re effective, but I recommend Trello.
Less is more
You will become familiar with sharing your workload. If you’ve worked in any other job before then you know there’ll be times where the delegated becomes the delegator and asks for your help with what you’ve sent them. This is to be expected, and it’s better for them to ask for your help than try and tackle a task they don’t understand themselves then mess up. In these instances be cooperative.
As your business grows you will have to share work responsibilities.
If your business becomes more and more lucrative it will reach a point where you are doing as little work as possible, which is a good thing.
You’ll have the time to do other things that your success has brought you, as well as your work, which is the whole point.
You’re working hard so that you can be in a position where you no longer have to. Don’t forget that.
It’s always better to be getting paid more, but increasing your profits is easier said than done.
On paper, I can write, make it so you’re being paid $13 a lead, while other affiliates are on $7 a lead, but to actually get to this can be tricky.
When we talk about increasing profits we immediately think about increasing output, which is true, but we can also think about cutting back; making more by doing less, which is how I often increase the profits of my campaign.
- Exclude certain devices or ISP’s = 12% higher ROI
- Split test 3 or more landing pages and go with the best performing =17% higher ROI
- Optimize your landing page for speed = 6% higher ROI
- Split test 5 offers and run with the top one = 23% higher ROI
But, the above is a technical way of increasing profits, but it can and does work.
An easier way of increasing your profits, and possibly the easiest way is to do it, is to get a bigger payout on your offer, whether it’s from an advertiser or your affiliate manager. Keep reading.
Getting a bigger payout
When an affiliate manager increases an affiliate’s payout it affects their own income, which is why they are often reluctant to do it.
If you’ve tried getting a larger payout from your affiliate manager before, then you’ve probably come across the various reasons affiliate managers use for not increasing your payouts, I won’t list them here, but, unless the network isn’t making much at the time you ask them then they can give you a bigger payout. You just need to make yourself more important.
How affiliate marketing works
When an advertiser gets a conversion, they pay the affiliate network. Afterwards, the affiliate network pays you.
For example: if an advertiser gets a conversion, and they pay the network $10 as a result, the network may go on to pay you $5. Increasing your payout means increasing this number.
Now, ideally, continuing from the numbers we used above, an affiliate network wants to generate large volume at $5 so that they can take $5 per lead.
But if another network can offer you $6 per lead then why settle for less? At the same time every network knows this and is still trying to gain profits, so they don’t want affiliates leaving. This means they have to be open to increasing payouts, but only to worthy affiliates.
You need to have a reason for your affiliate manager to increase your payout. Think about your relationship with them: have you been beneficial enough to them for them to consider listening to your request?
Send more volume
One of the ways to increase your value is by sending more volume to your network.
Here’s how I increase my volume in a few steps:
- Duplicate profitable campaigns multiple times within the same ad account.
- Duplicate profitable campaigns across multiple ad accounts.
- Use all other available ad formats.
- Scale profitable campaigns to similar traffic sources.
Different things will work for you but whatever you do you have to reach a point where you’re maximising an offer and sending out as much volume as possible with the payout you’re getting. Once you’re doing this, you can say to your manager that you’re breaking even and need a larger payout to so that you can increase your output and send even more volume their way and in turn make them more money. They should be happy to bump you up.
Increasing your volume isn’t easy, but there are other ways to make your contributions to your network bigger so that your manager can increase your payout.
Use there competitors
For this, to work you have to at least be breaking even. If you are, you can contact your affiliate manager and, with a bit of finesse, tell them that you’re breaking even. You can say that in order for you to bring in more volume you need more money, but you also mention that Network B is offering a bit more per conversion.
Here’s an example. Don’t just copy and paste this, write one that’s unique to your manager, this is just to give you an idea.
“Hey . . .
Thanks for letting me know about the Z offer, but I’ve been working it and it’s only allowing me to break even. I’ve been running it for [HOWEVER LONG YOU RUN ON AN OFFER FOR] and I can’t generate more profit without getting more per conversion.
Network B is currently offering $X per conversion, which is what I’d need to make this offer far more profitable for both of us and do more volume. What do you think? . . . I’ll get you a free round of drinks at the next Affiliate World Conference :)”
That should give you an idea. Don’t be arrogant or bossy, it’s better to give your affiliate manager hints and let them decide for themselves 😉
Have and maintain a good relationship with your affiliate managers
If your affiliate manager likes you, it makes life a lot easier. This is common sense and honestly goes without saying, but I just want to quickly remind you of the importance of it.
A good relationship means that they can offer a higher payout per conversion rate from the start and make you aware first of any opportunities popping up. So, be good with them, keep in contact with them, thank them when you know you should and if you have a chance to meet them in person get to know them.
Sending a large number of leads is important, but what’s more important is how much the advertiser generates from them.
For instance, if you send 350 leads and make $6 that’s good for you as the advertiser will pay you $2100, but if the advertiser only makes $1050 from it then it wasn’t lucrative for them, which is why affiliates get paused or removed from offers.
You want the opposite to happen. You send 350 leads, you make $2100 from it, and the advertiser instead generates $4200 because your leads were targeted and of high quality. Because of this, the advertiser will want more leads and pay you more per lead.
This is how thorough and high-quality traffic sources can increase your profit.
What to do once you get a higher payout
Do whatever you want with the money you generate from getting a higher payout. Seriously, it’s your money.
But, and it’s not hard to guess what I’m going to say next, think about reinvesting it, flipping it, doubling up, whatever you want to call it, but use it as a way to make even more money.
Use it in your campaigns, use it in more split tests, use it to test new verticals and use it to outsource grunt work or work you’re not good at such as designing and building new landing pages.
Remember, not every affiliate network can afford to give a higher payout, so if you pester them for it they can create the illusion they’re giving you a higher payout by reducing your conversions and increasing your payout. This is called scrubbing, or shaving. So despite it looking like you’re getting a higher payout, you won’t be as your conversions will be less.
This is why affiliates split-test networks, this involves testing similar offers across 2 or more different networks as a lot of networks work with the same advertiser or broker offers from each other.
Getting a larger payout is what you should be aiming to do, but you need a strong reason for your affiliate manager or advertiser to do it.
Add some weight to your name before you ask for more, and, if anything, people will be happy to pay you more if you’re giving them more.
Over the last 2 years pop and redirect traffic has become much more competitive and more difficult for affiliates to make the $x,xxx a day they used to. This is primarily because of spy tools specifically Adplexity one of the most advanced mobile spy tools on the planet.
Affiliates running on pop traffic would find a winning campaign after testing dozens of landing pages and offer combinations and within a week or 2, the competition would spot their campaign on Adplexity rip and profit from their hard work.
The good news is the age of the spy tools may be slowly coming to an end, a new cloaker called Magic Checker is the only cloaker currently on the market that I have personally tested that can consistently hide affiliate marketers pop/redirect campaigns from advanced spy tools such as Adplexity as well as from Facebook, Google Adwords and other traffic source review teams.
In this guide, I’ll be showing you how to setup and use Magic Checker
They are currently offering a 14-day FREE trial once the trial comes to an end they have 3 pricing options 1 month, 3 monthly and Yearly. I would recommend going with the yearly one as you get a saving of $480 over the year. However, if you’re a newbie stick with the monthly option.
The great thing about Magic Checker is that every plan they offer has unlimited events this means you can send as many clicks through the cloaker and what you pay will not increase.
1. Upload your SAFE PAGE and MONEY PAGE
The first thing you’ll need to do is upload your safe page and money page on to your domain and put them both within the same folder.
You want your SAFE PAGE (the page you want the spy tools, ad approval team and affiliate network to see) to be compliant and your MONEY PAGE to be your real landing page that you want your actual visitors to see. For example, if you were running a super aggressive antivirus campaign you would want your SAFE PAGE and MONEY PAGE to look like the example below.
Let’s say your domain is http://www.yourdomain.com
You need to upload the SAFE PAGE and the MONEY PAGE in the same directory:
Once you’ve uploaded them onto your server i suggest you got to the urls and check over everything to make sure any scripts and functions are working correctly and the pages are rendering how they’re supposed to.
2. Create a Campaign in Magic Checker using your Safe and Money pages
Go back into your Magic Checker account and click the orange button that says “ADD CAMPAIGN”.
This is where you create rules to block unwanted traffic. The general tab is the most important, here you need to put a name for your campaign, Select the “Show dynamic content” option for both the safe page and the money page. You want to put your safe page and money url in the URL field for that option.
Next, you need to set the rules you want in place to protect you from unwanted visitors.
Let’s say we want only real visitors from the UK who use iOS phones, we need to go to the visitors tab, choose “Allow only” and find UK
We also only want iOS visitors so we need to go to the devices tab and select the iOS platform.
These are just a few examples of the different rules you can create with Magic Checker. Once you finish setting up everything make sure to save your first campaign.
3. Download the PHP file that Magic Checker generates and upload it to the same directory that hosts both your SAFE and MONEY pages.
Your first campaign has been created. You now need to download the Magic File for the campaign and upload it onto your domain.
You can download the file by just going to “Actions → Get file”
Once you’ve download the Magic Checker file you need to upload it up to your domain in the same directory as your SAFE and MONEY pages. If you remember your page were here:
So we have to upload your Magic Checker File to this directory:
The Magic Checker file is a PHP file so the URL string will look like this
Even if you don’t link directly to the index.php URL Magic checker will detect the file by default. So you could keep the URL like…
You could also rename the PHP file as well so the URL would like this
But in this case, you would have to use the full URL.
We now have our Safe page, Money page and Magic file in the same folder:
4. Copy the URL that links to the Magic Checker PHP file and add it to a landing page in tracking platform.
You need to add the Magic checker PHP file URL to your tracker this is how it looks in Voluum.
5. Create an affiliate campaign in your Tracker
Simply create a campaign as you normally would in your tracker putting your PHP file from Magic Checker as your landing page and adding an affiliate offer. Once you’ve done that you need to get your tracker’s campaign URL
6. Test your Tracking link
You’ll want to make sure that everything is working. So copy your tracking platforms campaign URL and check it on your mobile and desktop browsers. If you don’t meet the requirements you set in Magic Checker you should see your SAFE page.
You can check your log after your test to view the data as well.
7. Set campaign to Under Review mode
Before you set up your campaign on the traffic source end you want to set your campaign in Magic Checker to under review mode:
You also want to set a limit on the number of impressions, do that go to
Actions → Edit → Campaign status tab:
After the campaign hits the number of impressions that you set it will automatically switch to active mode.
8. Send your tracking link campaign URL to the traffic source for approval.
At this point you need to create a pop or redirect campaign in the traffic source of your choice and add your tracking link campaign URL and wait for your campaign to approved.
9. After campaign approval check your log in Magic Checker
When you campaign has been approved I recommend checking your statistics and log information at Actions → Statistics/Log. Magic Checker will show you the information of the traffic moderation team and most of the time they will block them from seeing your MONEY page. As a precaution I recommend adding their details to your rules as well.
10. Activate your Magic Checker campaign
Once you’re ready to start your campaign change the status of your Magic Checker campaign to active, unless you setup the option “Set Active after impressions”.
11. Keep an eye on you Statistics and Logs
You want to check you Statistics and Logs to make sure you’re getting the right visitors to your MONEY page.
Going to keep this nice and short, I have recently added 2 New Master Classes that are available at all membership levels to the Mobile Immersion Area. I’ll be adding new Master Classes every month the courses will vary in level some beginner, some intermediate and some advanced. These classes are in-depth video guides almost like mini-courses.
Below is a breakdown of the 2 Master Classes I’ve already added if you haven’t had a chance to check them out already make sure you do I have no doubt you are going to get a ton of value from it.
Video #1 – Introduction To Sweepstakes On Facebook
Video #2 – What Sweepstakes Offers To Run On Facebook
Video #3 – Landing Pages And Angels
Video #4 – Creating High CTR Images
Video #5 – Campaign Flow And Setting Up Your Safe Site
Video #6 – 3rd Party Cloaking Services
Video #7 – Setting Up Your Campaign In Traffic Armour
Video #8 – Setting Up Your Facebook Article Ad
Video #9 – Setting Up Your Facebook Page And Attractive Character
Video #10 – Publishing Your Article Ad To Your facebook Page
Video #11 – Audience Research
Video #12 – Running Your Facebook Sweepstakes Campaign
Video #1 – Intro To HTML
Video #2 – Hacking HTML
Video #3 – Open And Close Tags
Video #4 – Headings
Video #5 – Break Tags
Video #6 – Basic Formatting
Video #7 – Lists
Video #8 – Images Tags
Video #9 – Hyperlinks
This obviously just the begging it’s going to be an exciting year and I have a lot more planned.
I know it’s been awhile, I hope you’re doing great and having a good start to the new year.
Over the last 2 months I have been quiet as I decided to take a very long needed break from the stress of been an affiliate day in and day out.
Chasing 100%+ ROI campaigns, going apeshit mad when a pimple-faced Facebook ad rep disapproves your ads and all the other crazy stuff that comes with been a full-time affiliate, can start to take its toll after a few years.
I’m finally back on the hustle and it feels good to be launching campaigns again.
I’ve got a lot planned this year and most of it involves helping you and other affiliates improve and learn how they can run better and more profitable mobile CPA campaigns.
The mobile immersion area will be getting weekly updates once again (I know I slacked off a bit), an update to make it more newbie friendly, as well as new in-depth guides on more advanced stuff.
I’ll be keeping you updated with all the new developments as and when they happen.
I’m extremely excited as a good friend of mine Oliver has just relaunched a tool that has helped me over the last 4 years tremendously, considering that I’m not a coder by nature and can just about edit a landing page.
This tool has been a lifesaver for me whenever I have needed to add a countdown to my landing page a back-button redirect and loads more, pretty much anything that would help me squeeze an extra ROI out of my campaigns.
He has just relaunched it and it is 10x better than before even newbies are getting incredible results with this:
Instead of investing $1,000+ in all of the tools we need to make more money online….
….things like exit intent pop-ups, geolocation, and more…
You now have the rare opportunity to get 20+ tools, all in one beautiful easy-to-use web-based interface… for less than $50.
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This deal is ending soon, though, so check out all of the tools you’re gonna get right here:
So I know that I have not been posting as much as I should and you’ve probably been wondering where the hell is cashmoneyaffiliate. Well I’ve have been insanely busy from testing new viral CPA techniques, mobile traffic lead generation, traffic arbitrage, testing/optimising my own SOI offer funnels and loads of other crazy stuff things have only just started to die down.
You should start seeing regular and useful posts every week on what’s working in the Mobile CPA space popping up on my blog once again.
I recently arrived back from the Affiliate World Conference in Berlin and it was crazy, met a lot of great people and had an insane amount of fun. If I didn’t manage to catch you then hopefully next time.
P.S. If you’re a mobile immersion member I have just put up what is probably my BEST case study in a long time “Low Pay Out SOI Voucher Campaigns 120%+ ROI Using Facebook Mobile Traffic”
The best part is the stuff I reveal in it is working right NOW so stop whatever you’re doing and READ IT, TAKE ACTION AND MAKE SOME MONEY!!! 🙂
Hope you’re doing well, am going to keep this short and simple as I’m actually on holiday in Ibiza at the moment 🙂
I recently did a private webinar a few days ago and thought you may get some value from it, so I’ve posted the replay below.
P.S Skip to 26 minutes in if you’re short on time and only want to hear the REALLY good stuff even though the hole webinar is pretty amazing 😉
So over the last 3 weeks I have been really pushing mobile sweepstake pin-submit/voucher SOI offers on Facebook really, really hard using the boost your post ad option and one of the things that I’ve found is that the comments you receive really affect the CTR and conversion rates. The fact is negative comments result in a higher cost per engagement resulting in increased ad costs.
Now unfortunately Facebook does not have a setting for manually approving comments before they’re posted which is a pain when you’re running shady pin-submit/voucher SOI offers and even if you run legitimate competitions you’ll always get people commenting that it’s a SCAM or a CON and obviously when other people see these comments they will be more hesitant on clicking through and signing up for your offer.
Don’t worry however your boy Cashmoneyaffiliate has a nice little workaround in order to help you gain some control over what comments appear on your boosted posts.
The first thing you’ll need to is to download my list of most commonly used words in the English language. (you can add your own words to this list if you want)
Next, you want to go to the facebook page you want to moderate comments on and select settings.
Click edit on the page moderation option and past in the huge list of commonly used words in the English language and hit save.
Now every post you make from now onwards if someone leaves a comment it will automatically go into hidden statues and only the person who left the comment will be able to view it and no one else unless you choose to unhide the comment.
Note: if your running sweepstakes/voucher campaigns in another country you’ll need to get those commonly used words translated.
This a replay of a webinar I hosted with Oliver over at Affiliate Fix last week covering 5 Ways to Earn Money with Mobile Marketing for those of you who couldn’t attend.
So it’s been awhile since I’ve updated my blog, I have been insanely busy trying to wrap up a couple projects before the year closes.
I’m actually sat at their airport right now waiting to board my flight to Thailand Bangkok for the Affiliate world Asia Summit which I am excitedly looking forward to, will be great to meet other people from the industry as well as experience Bangkok again.
I’ll actually be in Thailand for about 3 weeks so will defiantly visit a few of the surrounding islands before flying back.
While in Bangkok I will be organizing a small meet up probably a breakfast and dinner meet and great, it’s one of the first tasks on my list when I land in the land of smiles in about 15 hours. I’ll make sure to keep you updated on the date, time and venue.
If you’re going to Affiliate World Asia make sure to drop me an email or join the “I am going to Affiliate World Asia” Skype Group by going to this link https://join.skype.com/fhtUzHzv2INU
See you in Bangkok.
Hey, I know a few of you missed the webinar I held a few hours ago so I thought I would post up a replay you NEED to watch this especially as it’s coming up to the biggest shopping holiday this system will be able to help you blow up your sweepstakes and voucher mobile campaigns.