Do ALL Solo Sellers do this....?
Do ALL Solo Sellers do this....?
Paul
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Checking my stats after a solo run and I see referring sites for my clicks (usually they're N/A as come from email). 99% of the clicks came from a referrer.

The sites are in some cases "tricking" people into clicking and opens multiple tabs so guess the seller is filling multiple solo runs off the same click.

Example of some of the referrers are:

http://funnelymarketing.com/almostdone2/

http://funnelymarketing.com/botcheck7/

http://funnelymarketing.com/securitycheck4/

http://funnelymarketing.com/instant-access-2/

And more variations on this theme from same domain.

Is this normal practice? I've only bought a few solos before and don't recall seeing it.

To be fair the traffic was almost all T1 and resulted in opt ins (but am not sure how engaged these subscribers will be).

Posted 25 Jan at 09:41
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Kujtim Guga
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Yes

That's 1 reason some vendors can afford 50% overdelivery because they send mainly mixed clicks.

Not only that but these subscribers engagement is low to 0.just check that.

You should track engagement from every buyer and buy from your best suppliers only.

Good luck next time


"This guy provides quality leads. Got sales on the first day" - Kevin Allen
Posted 25 Jan at 15:08
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John Ames
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Paul on 25 Jan 2019 at 09:41
Checking my stats after a solo run and I see referring sites for my clicks (usually they're N/A as come from email). 99% of the clicks came from a referrer.

The sites are in some cases "tricking" people into clicking and opens multiple tabs so guess the seller is filling multiple solo runs off the same click.

Example of some of the referrers are:

http://funnelymarketing.com/almostdone2/

http://funnelymarketing.com/botcheck7/

http://funnelymarketing.com/securitycheck4/

http://funnelymarketing.com/instant-access-2/

And more variations on this theme from same domain.

IS THIS NORMAL PRACTICE? I've only bought a few solos before and don't recall seeing it.

To be fair the traffic was almost all T1 and resulted in opt ins (but am not sure how engaged these subscribers will be).

WOW I had the exact same domain in my last order too....

And not much came out of the order..

Posted 25 Jan at 16:41
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John Lewis
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That looks like lots of loops and hoops... def something weird about that! NOT NORMAL!

Posted 29 Jan at 05:26
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William McRea
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Looks to me like exit traffic on a rotator...I could be wrong. My bet is it does not convert too well.

Best 0f luck

Bill
Posted 29 Jan at 12:46
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