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Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by Lucas PopMyAds, Mar 25, 2014.

  1. gtaimage

    gtaimage Member

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    #181
    Try to add adblocker bypass advertisement solution and try to increase the cpm .Thanks
    SEMrush
     
    gtaimage, Jun 25, 2017 IP
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    jakepie Peon

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    #182
    More and more network testing bitcoins as payment option.

    Can you reconsider adding it on your site?
     
    jakepie, Jul 8, 2017 IP
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    gtaimage Member

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    #183
    So far so good ad network for me.it get 1-3 days for recieved payment.Keep this up
    [​IMG]
     
    gtaimage, Aug 5, 2017 IP
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    jakepie Peon

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    #184
    +1
     
    jakepie, Aug 6, 2017 IP
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    megafiles Greenhorn

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    #185
    best pop ad network for me so far.
    pay on time.
    thx popmyads
     
    megafiles, Sep 2, 2017 IP
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    #186
    Are these guys better then popads.net?
    And do they have anti pop up blocker?
     
    eljefe, Sep 3, 2017 IP
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    megafiles Greenhorn

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    #187
    yes they are better, atleast for me.
    no they don't have anti pop up blocker
     
    megafiles, Sep 4, 2017 IP
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    #188
    Statistics update notification
    Now, publisher's stats, impressions and account balance are updated every hour. New features coming to PopMyAds soon. Stay tuned!

    well if is like this , then i want features like to have just one popup code for all sites like you can put tag code In your site and system will record Site automatically
     
    sveratus, Oct 6, 2017 IP
  9. Lucas PopMyAds

    Lucas PopMyAds Member

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    #189
    Hi!
    Just checking up here.
    Glad to see the DigitalPoint community interested in PopMyAds.
    In case anyone needs any assistance, please feel free to reach out: https://popmyads.com/contact
    We also offer live Skype support. ID: popmyads

    Adblock solution coming soon!
    Cheers,
    PopMyAds Team
     
    Lucas PopMyAds, Mar 13, 2018 IP
  10. Lucas PopMyAds

    Lucas PopMyAds Member

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    #190
    Hi,

    We have our new Anti-Adblock adcode solution live. You can get it here: https://popmyads.com/ dashboard/codes

    Let us know if you install it and would like to submit any feedback. Cheers!

    Regards,
    PopMyAds Team
     
    Lucas PopMyAds, Apr 1, 2018 IP
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    #191
    the popmyads.php library not worked , i tried with
    <?php include('popmyads.php'); ?> ... not show any ad code in source
     
    sveratus, Apr 21, 2018 IP
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    Lucas PopMyAds Member

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    #192
    Hi,

    Could you please contact us directly with your account and problem details?

    https://popmyads.com/contact

    Or to Skype: nelson (a.t) popmyads.com

    Thank you,
    PopMyAds Team
     
    Lucas PopMyAds, Apr 22, 2018 IP
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    chamara2012 Banned

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    #193
    Payments are delay.Very lazy site.
     
    chamara2012, Jul 30, 2018 IP
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    #194
    Ok, so there's "shaving" (bad enough as it is) - and then there's OUTRIGHT RAPE

    These screenshots are my GA of the traffic I sent VS Their dashboard. I have already emailed my AM (9 hrs ago) no response, and saw him sign in to skype, read the my messages and sign back out without replying.... So I've definitely reached out to them before opening a "scam" thread.....

    GA Traffic: https://prnt.sc/p3bcqf

    As you can see (It's a brand new site) traffic is from Twitter and 3 Turmblr Clones I use, I sent them 303 Uniques, 353 Sessions, and 544 Unique Page Views, coming from 19 different Countries.

    This is what their stats claim I sent them for the exact same time period: https://prnt.sc/p3bexh

    15 Visits from 4 Countries - That's what they're wanting to give me credit for?!?!?!?

    So To cover all the bases:

    Yes I was using the anti-adblock script

    Yes I am aware that there is going to be a discrepancy between actual traffic sent vs what is monetizable due to ad block becoming more aggressive and rampant - BUT IT'S NEVER THAT BIG OF A DIFFERENCE - EVER

    I use Asynchronous JS implementation of GA on my sites, so in order for GA to have seen them they had to have js and cookies enabled, so it's not that

    I don't do "Fake Traffic" and I've reviewed the traffic in detail to make sure there's nothing they can claim looks off - traffic is completely normal by all measures - bounce rate itsn't crazy high, no datacenter/vps traffic, all residential isps and mobile carriers (almost 40 different carriers/ISP's from 19 different countries) - and the traffic came from a mixture of mobile phone and desktop -highest demographic were iphone users - but a fair cross section between IOS, Android, Windows and Mac Traffic.....

    The only fishy elements are:

    Their Shady Under Reporting
    Their Pathetic CPM's for Tier 1
    The fact that they opened my skype message, read it, and went "Invisible" - hiding rather than responding when I asked about it...

    Draw your own conclusions, but If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a - Yep, you guessed it - @PopMyAds is officially a #SCAM
     
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2019
    ShortGuyzRule, Sep 8, 2019 IP
  15. Lucas PopMyAds

    Lucas PopMyAds Member

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    #195





    Hello Ronnie,

    Thank you for reaching out.

    We can understand your frustration on this matter.

    We've taken a look at your account and traffic received. In total, we've received 22 impressions from your URL, and of those 22, 18 were paid from our advertisers. 4 were lost in pop firing process (or closed too quickly), not paid by our advertisers, or in some other way lost in the URL redirection path (the "discrepancy"). This means that only 22 opens to the pop occurred from 2019-09-07 to 2019-09-09 on your websites URLs.

    Upon taking a look at your Google Analytics, we can observe that there should have been more openings, specially with that much higher amount of visitors, and even more because of the usage of our Raw code instead of unique. We believe that the problem lies on the adblock adcode version. Since it's using an outdated version of one of our JS pop codes to detect and fire the trigger, the issue is because of this code. Since receiving your email, we've taken a look and updated our Dashboard to only support our regular JS code.

    We encourage you to try our regular JS code (found here: https://login.popmyads.com?source=https://popmyads.com/dashboard/codeslegacy); this will represent a increase on the count of impressions. The JS code we use to trigger and fire the pop is different, and it's updated to overcome newly implemented pop blockers from browsers. To be clear, it does not account for adblock bypass, but we still think that the impression count will increase.

    We can see that you have not continued working with us since 2019-09-09, which is only natural due to the situation. We were analyzing the problem based on your report. It would be really helpful and enlightening for our tech if you could give them access to your website's Analytics for a few days so they can see the data. If you are willing, email to add at Google is . This way we will also be able to verify the impressions that were sent prevously by your domain.

    We will be attentive in case you decide to try again with our regular JS code, to see how it performs on your website.

    We can understand that this is not the answer you were looking for, however we can be certain that this is really where the problem lies. It is a technical problem, and this problem is not only costing money to our publishers but also to ourselves. Hopefully we will be able to update the code, and in the meantime, reach out to our clients so they can update it.

    We don't "shave" at all, never have, and never will. We receive all of our client's traffic, monetize it, and pay them according to rev share. In the long run, this is what allows companies to thrive, and ultimately earn more money. It's not in anyone's best interest to prejudice publishers. Networks that don't see this are not thinking forward, and we like to think that we do.

    Kind Regards,

    PopMyAds
     
    Lucas PopMyAds, Sep 11, 2019 IP
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    #196
    As much as I appreciate that thoghtful and actually very personal and specific response (I have to give you credit for that) The great fact is that this is not my first exposure to being a publisher (by a long shot) and I've been running popunder/popup ads on sites of mine for about 7 years.. before and after chrome updates/adblockers, and have plenty of experience invarious deployments of pop advertisements (under/up/tabunder/Tabover etc) - both pre and post anti-adblock era - via js, anti-adblock Js, PHP and (regrettably) even WP plugins - yet never, not at any point in any campaign with any network, under any deployment - has a result so egregiously suspicious resulted..... 15 out of 544 (or by the time you replied, 22 out of almost 2000) is simply not reasonable or believeable as an honest outcome - especially since I had nearly that many visitors (who usually never comment on the types of ads on my site) mention annoying "hentai game" popunder (new tab) coming up every time they went to click on a video to watch (and yours was the only code on the site at the time...and that description matches your advertisers)..

    Just too many holes in the plot for me to believe you... Now if your system is faulty and you actually believe that you're being truthful that would be one hopeful (albeit naive) position I could plausibly take - but the reality is - based on facts and evidence that are very clearly presented - you're most likely being dishonest and the previous post was a well-executed attempt to save face... And that's the unfortunate truth of ad networks, especially when their signature means of providing ads (pops) is becoming extinct and they're not willing or able to adapt and evolve.. ces't les vie
     
    ShortGuyzRule, Sep 21, 2019 IP
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    Hello Ronnie,

    Thank you very much for your feedback. Again, we can understand where you are coming from and your discontent, but you don't seem eager to solve this issue other than publishing rather unfounding facts. Unfortunately, we never received any reply to our email in response to you. If you had provided us with deeper insights on your stats or traffic, we might have been able to detect the point or cause of the anomalies, or a way to mitigate it. We are not seeing much traffic from your end, even before filtered for bot and proxy, and from our adserver this means that our pop wasn't opened as much many times as claimed. Since this communication we've started to look into our different ad-codes, and found a very outdated version of our Anti-Adblock for some devices. This, we presume, might have been a matter of importance on your case, and we are working on an update. However, without further cooperation or response from you, we are not able to pinpoint the exact cause of the discrepancy.

    We don't "shave" at all, never have, and never will. We receive all of our client's traffic, monetize it, and pay them according to rev share. In the long run, this is what allows companies to thrive, and ultimately earn more money. It's not in anyone's best interest to prejudice publishers. Networks that don't see this are not thinking forward, and we like to think that we do.

    Kind Regards,

    PopMyAds
     
    Lucas PopMyAds, Sep 21, 2019 IP