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30 Campaigns Update: Week 1

Posted by Riley | Posted in Affiliate Marketing | Posted on September 1st, 2011


Over the last week I was only able to launch a few campaigns and I’m a little behind schedule.

I was able to launch a few international PPV campaigns, a couple dating campaigns on POF. One of the PPV campaigns was just launched yesterday, so I’m still getting data on it. Both dating campaigns had multiple angles and one offer just didn’t convert and the other offer is showing promise, so I’m sticking with it.

In total I’ve only launched 6 campaigns in 7 days. That’s more campaigns than I’ve launched last week, so hopefully the trend continues and I’ll be past halfway come the end of next week.

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Comments (10)

I love the new avatar swag.

Keep it up man, I always tell people the more things you test the more likely you will be to find an untapped pocket of traffic that will be profitable.

Looking forward to seeing your results.

Looking forward to the results man, announcing it publicly like this does wonders for accountability.

Riley, are you still in the PoF game or not? It appears that you have not posted or updated PoF Primer for at least 2 years. The Primer looks like a great course and I would like to buy but I need to know if it is being updated or not. Would appreciate a response. Thanks, George Cook

I’ve been in Aff Marketing for years now, but never had an idea on how PPV worked (it was only sitnitg next door and I never said hello’!).This guide was more than enough, total over delivery, thanks so much.

A provocative insight! Just what we need!

Hey, that post leaves me feeling foolish. Kudos to you!

Pleasing to find someone who can think like that

I would like to use a custom logo. BUT I don’t have ascces to saving files to /themes/lonelytree/images/ to save my logo.png there.I’m wondering is there a way to change the path in the header.php so that it’s looking someplace else for logo.png? Would I make this change in the style sheet as well? Any pointers would be appreciated.

I am a reserve coonmnept E5 in the Navy currently mobilized and deployed to Africa. My wife is a Navy Active duty E-3 stationed on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. What are our entitlements for BAH? Thank You! Kristen Bua says: HELP! I got married and soon after we realized it wasn’t for us, we are dual military but haven’t gotten divorced due to weird WV laws. He is still receiving BAH, but I was kicked out of housing and put in the barracks. Legally we are still married though, should I still be getting BAH? Wendy says: what if we are both E-3s married mil to mil with a child living on different coasts? Me and my son are in Virginia and my husband is in California would he be allowed to receive single BAH? Alexis says: We are dual Military we were receiving BAH without dependants. Both BAH were going to a rent off post. I PCS’d to Kuwait and gave me Barracks. My BAH was taken away and I had to pay half of the rent out of my pocket and now they want to chrge me $6995.00 of BAH they gave me. I doesnt make sense if Im married to take my BAH away while living off post and using both BAH for one rent. KateKashman says: Alexis, dual military couples who do not have other dependents are treated as single service members when not co-located. When you PCS’d to Kuwait, you were no longer co-located with your spouse. Each of you then became “single” service members for purposes of housing. Your eligibility for BAH is based on exactly the same criteria as any other “single” service members at your location and command. In Kuwait, you would either live in the barracks or receive Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA) in the amount of your actual rent in Bahrain.I’m actually a bit concerned that your spouse might be receiving BAH incorrectly as well, and that you might owe even more back BAH. Are his counterparts (rank and command) authorized BAH, or was he only receiving it because he was married? I’d make sure his finance department knows that you have PCSed IMMEDIATELY in order to prevent bigger problems down the road.Good luck to you! jwb says: my scenario is this There are two married MSgts she has her daughter from a previous relationship and hes has dependent which is his son that doesnt live with him but he pays child support for him. Do they both get BAH with dependent rate since they have separate dependents? Judy says: Could you provide a reference to: “If dual military service members are not stationed together, they will each receive BAH for their respective location. If there are dependents, the with-dependent rate will be given for the location at which the dependents are residing. In the unlikely event that there are dependents residing at each location, each service member would be authorized BAH at the with-dependents rate. Be sure to carefully document this situation it is likely to cause questions and confusion”I am currently in this situtation and would just hate that finance rejects my application to bah with dependent rate if we are both in different duty stations with one dependent each. Thank you! bryan cyr says: my wife and i are dual military, Im a SGT and she is a SPC. She has her mom and her brother as her dependents, I have our son as my dependent. Im staioned in Alaska and my wife is stationed in Virginia. The Army made me move into the barracks. My question is do i still get BAH for my dependents location and does my wife still get full BAH for her location/. KateKashman says: Bryan, you will not be able to receive BAH if you are living in the barracks. If your son is residing with your wife, then she should be claiming him as her dependent. It would be considered fraud for both you and your wife to be receiving BAH at the with dependents rate if you are living together, or if all your dependents are living with one of you. Please be sure that your finance department has this properly organized as I would hate for you to unintentionally get into trouble for misrepresentation. morgan says: I have a unique situation. I am a e-5 on orders to warrant officer for aviation. My wife’s an e-5 stabalized at fort bliss. We have one dependent currently under me at fort bliss. When I pcs to fort Rucker am I still entitled to bah?, and is there some sort of policy that allows me to keep my bah without having to lease another place to live? KateKashman says: Morgan, you will still be entitled to BAH if you do not occupy government quarters. You are not required to obtain housing with your BAH, but you will need somewhere to live. You certainly can minimize your housing expenses as much as possible to free up that money for other uses. If your dependent will remain with your wife at Fort Bliss, I would recommend that you switch your dependent to your wife. I’m not sure it is absolutely required, but it does seem ethically correct even if it costs you a few $$ each month. (It might not, you’ll have to check your local rates.) david says: My wife and I are both airmen in the Navy. We got married a month ago. What is the procedure to begin receiving BAH? We have both turned in our marriage certificates. As of right now I am living in the barracks and she is deployed. Do I need to move out before getting BAH? We are not Co-located yet, but we are temporarily at the same duty station in Wa. Soon I will be relocated to San Diego. No one in my COC seems to have an answer for me. Also how do I become Co-located since I am an undesignated airmen? KateKashman says: david, congratulations on your marriage! I’m not a co-location expert, but I do know a few things. If you are not co-located, your wife and you will be treated as single service members for the purposes of housing. Therefore, you would be eligible for BAH on the basis of your rank, based upon the policies of your command. Once you are co-located, you should be able to apply for BAH. Each of you will receive it at the “without dependents” rate. I highly recommend that you do not rent or buy something that costs more than one BAH in case one of you is transferred away. You can use the extra BAH to pay off debt or build an emergency fund.Hope that helps! david says: thank you much. Ashlynn says: My husband is stationed in Ft. Hood and I’m overseas in Germany. We are both SPC. What are we entitled too? KateKashman says: Ashlynn, if you are not living together, and you do not have any other dependents, then you are treated as single servicemembers for purposes of housing. I imagine that you would both be in the barracks, unless either of your commands authorize BAH/OHA for service members of your rank. PFC Espi says: My husband and I are dual military, both Active Army. We have been collecting BAH since Feb 1, 2011: we recently PCS’d and had our BAH stopped. The post we are now at stops dual military E5 and below until they get a memo from their CDR to take to the housing office to go up to the higher powers for approval to come back to be issued a CNA. Does this make sense? Is there a regulation regarding this?? Corey31905 says: I am stationed here with my wife in Kuwait we were married in May just before coming here. I was formerly stationed in GA and she in LA. She deployed here a few months before I did and we were both receiving BAH. I was previously married and have child support payments in my divorce decree for around $1056.00 a month. Also the kids by my former spouse that reside with her are on my health and dental insurance. I had them during the summers and also every other weekend before deploying which will continue once I leave Kuwait. My child support was based off all my entitlements before taxes including BAH which now I no longer receive due to my wife being here with me in Kuwait. Am I entitled to receive BAH or am I just out of luck on this? KateKashman says:

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