Bevo Media is already well-known in the affiliate industry for creating some stiff competition for the Tracking202 team when they released their own PPC tracking platform. Earlier this week, the Bevo Media team officially launched PPVSpy and it has been deemed an industry changing product. That last sentence is especially true for advertisers heavily involved with this kind of traffic.
The release of PPVSpy coincidentally comes right about the time I wanna tackle this kind of traffic. I’ve had some success from one campaign in the past, but it was luck if you ask me. I’m hoping PPVSpy can help me diversify my income stream.
What I wanna do for my fellow affiliates is break this tool down, let you know exactly what PPVSpy does, give my thoughts about it and let you make your own opinion.
Search – this feature allows for you to search through the countless number of landers, offers and niches that PPVSpy has found
- Popups – this appears to be a collection of the landers that PPVSpy suggests is being used. You can then dig further to find out what other landers are being used and what domains are being targeted
- Offers – do you wanna know what other affiliates are using as landers on a particular offer or what their targets are? I just found out.
- Niches – are you wanting to break into another niche? Find out what landers are being used and what domains are being targeted right now!
View Pops – any time your mouse scrolls over a lander a menu will pop up with three links under the view pops section. The links available are below.
- Campaign – do you want to know specifically what landers are being used on this particular campaign? Click here.
- Niche – PPVSpy will show you every lander being used in this niche.
- Offer – every lander being used on this offer will be at the click of your mouse
View Targets – my favorite part, let’s see what everybody is targeting to make monies! PPVSpy even gives you targets in domain.com format!
- Campaign – want a list of every domain that is begin targeted in this campaign? You got it.
- Niche – do you want an even larger list of domains being targeted within this entire niche? You’ve got that too.
- Offer – again, every domain that is being targeted by this offer is made available to you, instantly.
As someone who has only briefly dabbled in PPV and wants to jump back into the game full force I find that this tool is excellent for launching new campaigns. You can use the targets for each campaign and offer and add those immediately to your PPV campaign. Matter of fact, one of the campaigns I’m starting with the help of this tool is going to be a PPV case study which I will be posting about in the near future. If you really want to go all out you can take those targets it gave you and plug them into your favorite keyword tool and see what keywords you can also throw into your targets.
I can already tell you right now that PPVSpy has already saved me a ton of time by allowing me to setup campaigns and enter targets very quickly. I like to setup generic campaigns, get some traffic, see how they perform, optimize and scale accordingly. Normally, I would have to break out a scraper and scrape thousands of URL’s and then dig through that data to determine if it the site had relevant information. Instead I have 500 targets that I was able to scan and see that these domains matched what I want to target within a matter of just a couple minutes. I’m already sold on this tool, just because it’s taken out the biggest headache for me already, setting the initial targets.
If PPVSpy and its features look enticing to you, I definitely suggest giving it a try. Some of you newer affiliates, be warned, the pricing for PPV Spy is $385/month or a $999 lifetime membership fee. PPVSpy won’t be available indefinitely, as there are only 1000 licenses available. So if you miss out and change your mind later, you’ll be out of luck. If you’re on the fence, at least check it out for a month to determine if you wanna purchase a lifetime membership.
I do see some room for expansion for those of you that get in it now. As far as I could tell nothing more than domain.com was used in letting you know what was being targeted and no keyword targeting information is available. I’m not sure how either would be implemented, but I’m not good with that kinda stuff. I did notice that some pops and targets for a campaign seemed to match the same pops and targets for an offer. This may just be because they’re still gather more data or, maybe only one person is running that particular offer.
Another nice feature of PPVSpy that I haven’t mentioned yet is if you want to know specifically what is being popped on a URL you can suggest it be checked by PPVSpy and they’ll do the rest of the work for you.
What are you waiting for? Get PPVSpy today!