PPI Going Down?
2015-02-20, 08:29 PM,
#1
The more clicks I get the less installs I get. 68% and going down.
Has anyone experienced this yet? I have searched all over the web and I see posts poping out on many forums with people complaining about the PPI install rate the payouts.

Any opinions on how to bypass the Chrome/AV's wall?
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2015-02-20, 08:38 PM,
#2
you can compile PPI install with your fake hack. Search DeathGun thread.
2 days ago I got 26 installs = $15.65
Yesterday I got 29 installs = $5.81
There is something wrong.
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2015-02-20, 08:40 PM,
#3
(2015-02-20, 08:29 PM)CrazyRussian Wrote: The more clicks I get the less installs I get. 68% and going down.
Has anyone experienced this yet? I have searched all over the web and I see posts poping out on many forums with people complaining about the PPI install rate the payouts.

Any opinions on how to bypass the Chrome/AV's wall?

There's some networks that change their .exe everyday, some of them even 2 times a day, and that really helps, in the network that I'm working with the major antivirus don't find anything of their .exe

There's something that makes your .exe being undetectable for every antivirus, but it's really expensive to do it.

Many can say that PPI is going down, but with some tweaks you can make it stable. You can also try mobile PPI.
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CrazyRussian(2015-02-20 09:06 PM) 
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2015-02-20, 09:06 PM,
#4
(2015-02-20, 08:40 PM)Core Wrote:
(2015-02-20, 08:29 PM)CrazyRussian Wrote: The more clicks I get the less installs I get. 68% and going down.
Has anyone experienced this yet? I have searched all over the web and I see posts poping out on many forums with people complaining about the PPI install rate the payouts.

Any opinions on how to bypass the Chrome/AV's wall?

There's some networks that change their .exe everyday, some of them even 2 times a day, and that really helps, in the network that I'm working with the major antivirus don't find anything of their .exe

There's something that makes your .exe being undetectable for every antivirus, but it's really expensive to do it.

Many can say that PPI is going down, but with some tweaks you can make it stable. You can also try mobile PPI.

It's rather a question not a statement.

Sure you can tweak it but you need to know how.
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2015-02-20, 09:21 PM,
#5
of course PPI is going down,once someone installed that adware program,they won't install it again,and even if they install the same program again,it he/she installed it again from other link than your(from the same network),you won't be credited.
PPD/CPA is still the way to go.
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CrazyRussian(2015-02-20 09:25 PM) 
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2015-02-20, 09:27 PM,
#6
(2015-02-20, 09:21 PM)darkjosephx90 Wrote: of course PPI is going down,once someone installed that adware program,they won't install it again,and even if they install the same program again,it he/she installed it again from other link than your(from the same network),you won't be credited.
PPD/CPA is still the way to go.

Yes indeed no doubt about it. But I have to say that a 68% downfall in just 2 days is just too extreme in my opinion. Things like that do not happen all of a sudden.
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2015-02-20, 09:28 PM,
#7
(2015-02-20, 09:21 PM)darkjosephx90 Wrote: of course PPI is going down,once someone installed that adware program,they won't install it again,and even if they install the same program again,it he/she installed it again from other link than your(from the same network),you won't be credited.
PPD/CPA is still the way to go.

No doubt about it.But,some countries have low converting offers in CPA/PPD.So,PPI was the way to go..
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CrazyRussian(2015-02-20 09:29 PM) 

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2015-02-20, 09:32 PM,
#8
(2015-02-20, 09:28 PM)Wolfz Wrote:
(2015-02-20, 09:21 PM)darkjosephx90 Wrote: of course PPI is going down,once someone installed that adware program,they won't install it again,and even if they install the same program again,it he/she installed it again from other link than your(from the same network),you won't be credited.
PPD/CPA is still the way to go.

No doubt about it.But,some countries have low converting offers in CPA/PPD.So,PPI was the way to go..

No doubt about it PPD/CPA is fantastic with a great LP but not that great with just a url locker. But with PPI you just need the download link and that's all.
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2015-02-20, 09:33 PM,
#9
(2015-02-20, 09:27 PM)CrazyRussian Wrote:
(2015-02-20, 09:21 PM)darkjosephx90 Wrote: of course PPI is going down,once someone installed that adware program,they won't install it again,and even if they install the same program again,it he/she installed it again from other link than your(from the same network),you won't be credited.
PPD/CPA is still the way to go.

Yes indeed no doubt about it. But I have to say that a 68% downfall in just 2 days is just too extreme in my opinion. Things like that do not happen all of a sudden.

If you use Installerex,believe me that it can happen :)
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CrazyRussian(2015-02-20 09:53 PM) 
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2015-02-20, 09:36 PM,
#10
Why don't you split test with some other PPI network??
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CrazyRussian(2015-02-20 09:55 PM) 
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