Black Hat PPC Report
Who else wants high conversion rates and low click costs?
Get Profitable Traffic Without Disclosing Your Source to the Merchant Where it Can Be Stolen
One of the fastest and easiest ways to make affiliate money is by pay per click (PPC) bidding on a merchant's url.
Conversion rates using this method can be sky-high, and very profitable, compared to bidding on generic keywords.
For example, you bid on "macys.com" if you're a Macy's affiliate and send the searcher directly to macys.com using your affiliate link.
What you're doing is picking off buyers right before they visit the merchant's site to make a purchase. (And overwriting other affiliate cookies)
Many of the larger merchants know this and do not allow the strategy because you're not bringing a new buyer to them as the searcher is already wanting to visit their website.
There are two main methods merchants use to find affiliates bidding on their url:
1. Review Referring Log Reports
This is the easiest and primary method.
Every click an affiliate sends to a merchant identifies where the click came from.
If a Google or Bing url with your affiliate link appears you're toast.
If you try and hide your referring url and cause it to be blank, you're probably toast.
2. Doing Searches, Reviewing Ads and Seeing Where Clicks Lead
This is costly, difficult and more time-consuming.
A merchant could do a url search on Google and Bing, see what PPC ads appear, click on the ads and track down the affiliate.
Assuming, of course, the affiliate is wisely not running ads where the merchant is located, and/or not running ads during working hours.
Major merchants hire services to run searches from IP addresses around the world and do clicks and tracing to find affiliates - and competitors - bidding on their domain.
The reason only major merchants do this is because this type of service is very expensive. It's effective, but costly.
That still leaves thousands upon thousands of smaller merchants exposed to this bidding strategy.
While we can't do much about #2 because with proxies and other services you never know what IP address a merchant may be using to see ads, we can address #1 and fake a referring url.
100 Tests Later ...
We have done more than 100 tests of different types of redirects and exotic coding ideas to fake a referring url.
This is what we found:
Redirects commonly used, such as url shortening redirect services, php redirects or an html redirect in the header of your web page, are a disaster.
These methods either:
1. Leave a blank referring url which is a red flag to a merchant and possibly also a violation of the affiliate program terms.
2. Are not 100 percent reliable in hiding the original source of the click. 90-95 percent is not good enough as it only takes a few PPC urls leaking through to terminate your account.
3. Do not fake the referring url. If a merchant looks at the referring url in their click log you're exposed because no web page exists. Oops.
In this unique report you will get:
* A step by step guide of exactly what to do, using special code, to do PPC bidding while faking the referring url for the merchant to see.
* The exact code to use. Just copy and paste and put in your links.
* Sample files to review and copy and paste from.
* How to create a "fake" (it doesn't have to be fake) web page that a merchant can visit and see you are promoting their product - but at the same time that exact url appears in the merchant's click logs for your PPC ads.
How does that magic happen of creating both your own referring url from a PPC ad and at the same time the merchant can view a web page at that url? That's what is in this report.
This report does not involve WordPress. It includes files you upload via FTP to your website. If you don't know how to use FTP there are a zillion guides online. We use a free program called Filezilla, which operates like File Explorer on PCs to transfer files back and forth between our computer and website.
How Profitable Can This Be?
Ahem ... the sky's the limit.
That said, as noted, major merchants do not allow url bidding so its always your own risk to violate their affiliate terms. In other words, don't do this with Amazon.
For thousands of other merchants, including ClickBank, IM products, and tons of smaller companies using a seemingly infinite array of affiliate networks, you're not going to have a problem bidding on their url.
Major hint here: everyone gloms onto a couple of the big affiliate networks, but there are dozens of specialty networks and others with smaller merchants just begging for affiliates.
Don't Let Merchants Steal Your Profitable Traffic
Trust me on this one, even if url bidding is not prohibited by the affiliate program, once you start making a lot of money the merchant wants to know what you are doing and where you are getting your traffic from.
Then you'll want to be hiding your PPC traffic.
Otherwise, the merchant may decide not to allow it.
Or the merchant may decide to grab that traffic for itself and outbid you.
I've even had merchants steal my regular web pages because they were so profitable.
That's one good reason to hide your traffic.
Why teach the merchant about an easy to convert traffic source they can rip from you?
To be candid, some very lesser known merchants may not get a lot of search traffic to their url.
But so what? Any traffic you do get can have a huge return on investment.
At the same time, don't overlook a merchant thinking no one is searching for their url.
It's amazing how many times I have been wrong about this.
It's also amazing how many times I had to kick myself after a merchant discovered my traffic source before deciding to spend a lot of time fixing this problem.
Now it's your opportunity. I've spent a ridiculous number of hours (months) developing and testing various code and this system. You're getting it on a silver platter.
Here's What You Do Next ...
The investment in this PPC report is just $9.95.
That can be less than one affiliate sale.
And you can use the strategy forever.
There may be other reasons you find for not disclosing your profitable traffic sources.
Everything is included:
- The step-by-step walk through
- Special code to use
- Sample files to copy and paste from
Go here to get started today ...