Que Pasa? (What's happening?)

It's been long in the inception tubes, but I've finally created the landers + call tracking + conversion tracking video just for you.

Here is a simple excerpt from the post and video:

Why you need this?

If you have a landing page, you will now be able to track which keywords, websites, URL's, source ID's, sub-ID, sandwiches are converting for when someone makes a call from your landing page!

This will allow you to send THOUSANDS of visitors to your desktop/mobile LANDING PAGES, and let you see EVERY little detail that converts for you.

You can implement this for landing pages on ALL forms of traffic: search, mobile, ppv, organic, etc.

You NO LONGER have to deal with GOOGLE & BING

Ok, so here is what you will need:

The lander you will setup for tracking absolutely everything

The lander you will setup for tracking absolutely everything

This indepth video is available to all PremiumPosts Membership subscribers, so make sure to sign up here and start launching your PPV + PPCall campaigns today!

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P.S. If you are already a member, and logged in, you can access the post here:

Ultimate PPV + Pay-Per-Call + Infinite Variables Tracking Method

Quote for the Ages!

It takes a big idea to attract the attention of consumers and get them to buy your product. Unless your advertising contains a big idea, it will pass like a ship in the night. I doubt if more than one campaign in a hundred contains a big idea.

~ David Ogilvy


  1. Hi Leonidas,

    Thanks for the new video. Between using PPV traffic and google search, which have worked better for your campaigns and what’s your current weightage of use ? Or is it specific to a particular offer. Thanks for your time.

    • Hey Eric, as my affiliate manager says:
      “which brings me to my next reminder for you
      get on board with pop traffic 🙂
      it’s alot more $$”

      I hope that helps 🙂

  2. As a new member of premium posts, would I get access to your PPV content right at the beginning, or do I have to wait for weeks or months until it gets “unlocked”?

      • Glad to hear that. Have sent you an email through your contact form with a more personal question in regards to your training, would appreciate a reply. Thanks!

        • Hey Alex, email me from another email address please. I keep getting this error when messaging you:

          Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

          (your email)

          Technical details of permanent failure:
          Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain mail.com by mx00.gmx.com. [].

          The error that the other server returned was:
          550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable

  3. Hi Leonidas,

    I’ve run straight PPV campaigns before, thinking of starting Pay per call on PPV now. For normal PPV offers, the network will usually specify if PPV traffic is OK for the offer and they are usually quite strict about it. I have access only to Neverblue now and most of their paypercall offers don’t accept PPV traffic. Are we gonna be able to find a lot of PPV friendly offers on the other networks you recommend?

    • Hey Marques, I just label it as desktop display.

      The labeling itself is irrelevant though. Just provide quality traffic.

  4. Volume- it’s free, until you start sending more than 100,000 visits/month. You can do 100,000/day with PPV no problem.

    I dun think it’s free until 100,000 visits/month. U start paying when you joined Voluum…

    • Hey Sun, I haven’t had direct Pay per call success with PPV traffic, BUT, you can add a pay per call element to the side, if your lander offers both an Opt-in ‘fill in the boxes’ AND a Click-2-call number.

      Let me know if you have any other questions Sun.

          • Voluum is at $299 a month for basic services. Is this worth the initial investment still or are there alternatives that you’ve come across?

          • At this point, I wouldn’t recommend their service, unless you are using another service profitably already (obviously making more than $300/mo). Voluum is a great tool, but definitely not for a beginner, and not at that price.

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