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#1 Brian Francis

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Posted 12 November 2015 - 04:04 PM

I tried this service out the other day and I am unsure whether to be impressed or not. You see, although I received tons of traffic, the thing is nothing I tested resulted in an actual conversion.

 

The results from the traffic breakdown data tells me I have subscribers (I believe) for example - but I don’t.... Anyway, the way this service works is quite cool, but I am still unsure of the type of traffic it provides.

 

I mean, is it the type of traffic that my sponsors warn against using and might be describe as “Bad Traffic” ?

 

Thanks.

 

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 02:46 PM

I am trying to copy the entry at http://www.worldprof...cfm?videoID=430 to my blog to share my problem is that when I copy the entry at http://www.worldprof...cfm?videoID=430 the video does not function within my blog.

Here is the main reason I am sharing this with you. Every Friday I attend the Worldprofit Bootamp training and have abeen doing so for almost 5 years. George Kosch the bootcamp instructor covers in the question asked

 

I tried this service out the other day and I am unsure whether to be impressed or not. You see, although I received tons of traffic, the thing is nothing I tested resulted in an actual conversion.

 

The results from the traffic breakdown data tells me I have subscribers (I believe) for example - but I don’t.... Anyway, the way this service works is quite cool, but I am still unsure of the type of traffic it provides.

 

I mean, is it the type of traffic that my sponsors warn against using and might be describe as “Bad Traffic” ?

 

Thanks.

 

Have a great day all.

in a very compete fashion and I think you will find his information worth paying attention to. just go to: http://www.worldprofittube.com/video.cfm?videoID=430 . 

I don't think you will need an account or login info.


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#3 Brian Francis

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Posted 21 November 2015 - 07:11 AM

Sorry, perhaps I did not make myself clear. I was specifically referring to RT Rebrandable (see my current signature)


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#4 Garrett Hutsko

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Posted 21 November 2015 - 01:48 PM

Sorry about that. I am also a member of that site, just haven't had a chance to check it our yet. It seems from those I follow that this site is worth checking out and upgrading in.


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Posted 21 November 2015 - 02:49 PM

Keep in mind that retargeted traffic is people who have looked at a similar offer and didn't buy. If I didn't buy the first time, what makes you think I will be any more responsive to a second chance (or third or fourth), or even start getting tweaked because someone seems to be hounding me?

 

I still think the best way to get buyers is to attract them by continuing to hand out valuable information on a niche they are interested in, then let them decide when they want to take the next step. Since you have been there for them, it's natural they would look around on your site they already visit.


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Posted 23 November 2015 - 09:45 PM

I tested it out, I would say that it probably is a good service, however it is fairly new and it would probably require some further testing to come up with a case study. I'll come back to this after further testing.


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#7 Garrett Hutsko

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 11:16 AM

Keep in mind that retargeted traffic is people who have looked at a similar offer and didn't buy. If I didn't buy the first time, what makes you think I will be any more responsive to a second chance (or third or fourth), or even start getting tweaked because someone seems to be hounding me?

 

I still think the best way to get buyers is to attract them by continuing to hand out valuable information on a niche they are interested in, then let them decide when they want to take the next step. Since you have been there for them, it's natural they would look around on your site they already visit.

I have heard more than once that someone needs to see an offer more than once before they make a purchase. I see some promos over and over again and ignore them but may respond to any of the views. Just because I passed the first view doesn't mean I will never respond to it. The way I see it I need to get my promos seen as much as possible so that sooner or later I get results. This business needs much effort and hard work, the more we do the better we get at it and the better the response. As we move forward we do need to improve our processes with better promos and more presence in the market place.


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#8 redcloud2015

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Posted 25 November 2015 - 12:07 PM

  I agree with Bronze the buyer may see the offer several time before actually further investigating it. That has been proven in so many case studies in the past and like he said I myself have actually passed up A few offers only to further investigate the offer at A later time. Some times we could be headed out the door or busy at the time and decide to purchase the product or sign up for the offer in the future. Now as far as what the actual topic here Rebrandable Traffic I have tried it out myself and like yourself I have got several hits but never no buyers.

 

 Upon further experimentation of the the service I will let you know if I zero in on A better way to utilize the service or if you get better results at A later time let me know. I do know IBO bought them out so I am sure it will be improving in the near future. So for now I wish you all much success in your online endeavors.

 

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#9 Michael Harris

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Posted 30 November 2015 - 01:39 PM

Hello, I have bought several packages from Rebrandable Traffic and they have delivered as they promised. I got the visitors to my sites as paid for but traffic is traffic. I got not 1 optin and certainly not a sale. 

I was giving away a fantastic free e-book and usually if the traffic is legit most of the time somebody will grab at least 1 free ebook. So, I have gotten to the point that I drive my own traffic because that way I

know where it is coming from and how fresh it is. What I am doing now is really targeting the traffic I get and that takes time but is the best kind of traffic to get in my opinion. And I must say also, traffic isn't

the main problem for me, but fine tuning my offers and the ad copy I use. I try to think about what made me click or buy, and then try to model that. I also find a problem in my niche, provide a solution,

and quickly give a benefit of using my offer. And I try to do this with as few words as I can. Finally as for Rebrandable, when I looked at the list of places that they get the traffic from, I was excited at first

because I have used some of their sources in the past and did well, That is why I was disappointed with my results. I do it for myself now, saves me time and noney.

Hope that helps. 


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#10 Brian Francis

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Posted 02 December 2015 - 11:16 AM

I tested it out, I would say that it probably is a good service, however it is fairly new and it would probably require some further testing to come up with a case study. I'll come back to this after further testing.

Hey, I look forward to hearing how things work out for you Paul. I too am still testing and whilst I get what looks like traffic there are certainly no real conversions from what I see so far.


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Posted 02 December 2015 - 11:31 AM

Hello, I have bought several packages from Rebrandable Traffic and they have delivered as they promised. I got the visitors to my sites as paid for but traffic is traffic. I got not 1 optin and certainly not a sale. 

I was giving away a fantastic free e-book and usually if the traffic is legit most of the time somebody will grab at least 1 free ebook. So, I have gotten to the point that I drive my own traffic because that way I

know where it is coming from and how fresh it is. What I am doing now is really targeting the traffic I get and that takes time but is the best kind of traffic to get in my opinion. And I must say also, traffic isn't

the main problem for me, but fine tuning my offers and the ad copy I use. I try to think about what made me click or buy, and then try to model that. I also find a problem in my niche, provide a solution,

and quickly give a benefit of using my offer. And I try to do this with as few words as I can. Finally as for Rebrandable, when I looked at the list of places that they get the traffic from, I was excited at first

because I have used some of their sources in the past and did well, That is why I was disappointed with my results. I do it for myself now, saves me time and noney.

Hope that helps. 

 

I hear what you are saying Michael, the behavioural patterns of the ‘hits’, if you study them closely, sometimes simply do not seem to add up.. i.e. showing as if a subscription has been made when it hasn't, plenty Intrigued visitors that check privacy and TOS,  etc

 

Anyways, I am still really testing, even to the extent of swopping the locations of links and their titles on a promoted page and watching for behavioural pattern changes. I have to say I am still not totally convinced - so the testing goes on.

 

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#12 Michael Harris

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Posted 02 December 2015 - 11:52 AM

Wow, this is getting interesting, a friend of mine tried this and I really don't think his swipes were all that good, but he got 2 sign ups from his 1st set of traffic. So, as you say my friend, a testing we do go!

Now there is a mailer that I use and as an upgraded member,  when I send solos they guarantee 500 plus visitors from unique IP's. So far they have been great and I have had several sign ups and a few sales.

It's the Guaranteed Solo Mail by Marty Pertizza. I am in several of her programs but I think I like this one the best. Check it out if you are not already a member. 

http://guaranteedsol....com/?r=drmehsr


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 02:01 PM

Rebrandable Traffic  has been acquired by IBO Toolbox and they obviously believe in it. I tried it once and was disappointed with results, but the traffic was cheap  so obviously not going to be targeted.


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 03:49 PM

I tried this service out the other day and I am unsure whether to be impressed or not. You see, although I received tons of traffic, the thing is nothing I tested resulted in an actual conversion.

 

The results from the traffic breakdown data tells me I have subscribers (I believe) for example - but I don’t.... Anyway, the way this service works is quite cool, but I am still unsure of the type of traffic it provides.

 

I mean, is it the type of traffic that my sponsors warn against using and might be describe as “Bad Traffic” ?

 

Thanks.

 

Have a great day all.

I have 18 optins to my rebrandable traffic campaign. My commissions have have not yet the point of payout. Hope this helps.


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Posted 15 December 2015 - 06:34 AM

I have 18 optins to my rebrandable traffic campaign. My commissions have have not yet the point of payout. Hope this helps.

 

Thanks Greg, this sure does help!

 

I too have RT referrals. However what concerns me most is getting conversions from the actual campaigns I run...


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Posted 15 December 2015 - 11:31 AM

Oh yeah, there is one important thing to take into consideration, and that is RT (Re-brandable Traffic) suggests that the platform be used as a lead generator i.e a simple landing page where visitors can learn more, register for free etc.

 

However, in my opinion I feel that even if you are not looking for subscribers, this is a great way of studying behaviour by split testing and monitoring visitor  navigation responses....

 

 

What do you think? ( please use my link below to check it out yourself )


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Posted 16 December 2015 - 11:38 PM

Vick Strizheus has a very good tutorial about rebrandable traffic. Search for it, it's free.


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Posted 23 February 2016 - 12:37 PM

Just gave another shot at them and got the $45 deal.

10k hits

 

Very very poor results

Won't order again that's for sure.

 

Oh yeah, that was a free optin offer (mine) and i even switched everything in middle of the campaign to see if it would better but it sucked too!


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Posted 25 February 2016 - 06:07 PM

I tried this service out the other day and I am unsure whether to be impressed or not. You see, although I received tons of traffic, the thing is nothing I tested resulted in an actual conversion.

 

The results from the traffic breakdown data tells me I have subscribers (I believe) for example - but I don’t.... Anyway, the way this service works is quite cool, but I am still unsure of the type of traffic it provides.

 

I mean, is it the type of traffic that my sponsors warn against using and might be describe as “Bad Traffic” ?

 

Thanks.

 

Have a great day all.

I have just discovered this too with building downlines.

 

Basically, the matter is, is to apply your referral link to this product and possibly gain a share in this market where the producer would usually gain the credit. I tried rebranding PDF's but this didn't work for me so I guess it is just sell the PDF on.

 

Most of this game is a case of waiting though. Just make sure that people are able to see the products and wait. Auto-mailer possibly might be a good idea.


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Posted 25 February 2016 - 06:09 PM

I always get lots of traffic. I mailed an advert for a free site, not much work needed, 2000 visitors really easy and this produced 900 unique visitors but likewise to this post, no sales


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