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Discussion in 'Co-op Advertising Network' started by frenchmen77, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. #1
    It's been a very long time since I've used the co-op ad system, is it at all popular these days? And do you find it effective?
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    frenchmen77, Nov 11, 2009 IP
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  2. benitez17

    benitez17 Active Member

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    It's still popular, but if you have any new ads, it's useless because they are not being approved.
     
    benitez17, Nov 12, 2009 IP
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    I think you'll find its now more serious than just the ads not being approved, it doesn't work at all anymore.
     
    hasen, Nov 13, 2009 IP
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    What do you mean it doesn't work at all? I still have a number of sites with weight, and ads are being displayed.
     
    benitez17, Nov 15, 2009 IP
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    Is your weight going up or is it just stuck at the same level? How much weight do you have?
     
    hasen, Nov 16, 2009 IP
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    Mine are basically stuck, though some people are able to add new sites and get weight.

    I would say that the co-op is frozen or suspended, rather than completely broken. I am not saying that it is functioning well, or that it isn't dying slowly from neglect (for no good reason), but it has not completely failed (yet).

    I have about 70k in weight right now, but it was much higher before Shawn fixed it to work around the changes that Google made.
     
    benitez17, Nov 16, 2009 IP
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    so I wont be able to get back in at the moment =/
     
    frenchmen77, Nov 16, 2009 IP
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    if you have old accounts with approved ads you can still use it
     
    pixads, Nov 17, 2009 IP
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    Well like I said, it basically doesn't work at all anymore.

    For the first time in ages, moneyexpert.com is no longer #1 for loans anymore (google.co.uk). In fact its not even on the first page......or the second page for that matter. They were the most famous (or infamous) users of the co-op ad network so that tells you how well it must be working now.
     
    hasen, Nov 18, 2009 IP
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    pixads Well-Known Member

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    for very competitive niches you can not really depend only on coop you know
    and google i getting smarter every day ...
    yahoo and bing are still getting traffic and thus we are also
    it still works for certain things


    have phun
     
    pixads, Nov 19, 2009 IP
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    Will I get a lot of traffic from coop advertising?
     
    Going Green, Nov 21, 2009 IP