Adwords pay per call advertising

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Not sure where to get offers for your Pay-Per-Call campaigning? Or do you simply need to look for MORE offers that might appeal to your marketing tactics?

If you haven't already, make sure to read How To Setup A Profitable Mobile Pay-Per-Call Campaign On Adwords.

I for one, joined a particular network that currently has a very niche PPCall campaign that appeals to ONLY Ontario, Canada residents. Other networks may have offers that only appeal to specific states in the U.S. or even internationally. Finding them, and maximizing on them, may lead to ridiculous money-making results.

As such, here is a list of Pay-Per-Call networks that both newbies, and experts can apply for, to get more offers.

The Ultimate List of Pay-Per-Call Networks

RingPartner (personally recommended)

Neverblue (second network to join)

MundoMedia

Commission Junction

doublePositive

Rakuten LinkShare

RexConnect

ROIRocket

Astoria

QSSAmerica

PayPerCall Inc

*keep in mind, there are even more networks out there that you can apply for that might not be on this list.

Some Tips Before You Apply

When you are applying, make sure to highlight your strategies as ‘mobile ppc (pay-per-click)', and ‘mobile display networks'. You can mention adwords as your primary source of traffic.

Some of the networks may take ages to accept your application, while others may reject you. There are more than enough to get accepted into.

Finally, just go and apply, and start running offers 🙂

Cheers.

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  1. Some of these networks like “as seen everywhere” and “Atrinsic” are not even operational networks anymore, or don’t appear to be. In fact, I just searched for the the real atrinsic site and it’s now a adult/porn page. Hardly a network I would trust! Anyways thanks for the list, probably just time for an update…

    • Good call, thanks for the update.

      It’s also a heads up to fully research the various affiliate networks, to ensure they are stable, and have been around for a while. Nothing worse than spending cash on one aff network, and then not getting paid.

      Cheers.

  2. Got accepted to OfferMobi pretty quick so that might be worth a try for any newbies. They dont have that many pay-per-call offers yet but I’ve just set up a campaign which is getting a lot of impressions, only a few clicks and no calls yet though.

  3. I’m using bing ads as I can’t use google, got banned for something I promoted years ago (not illegal, just affiliate stuff not liked by google). You think this can still work?

    • Bing only allows WAP ads with click-2-call, which is incredibly limiting, since their traffic is almost inexistent.

      In the 2nd PPCall ebook I released, I noted how limiting the user to click-2-call only, actually increases your conversion rate, since they are directed straight to a phone call, and thus the call center.

  4. Hi Leo, one question.
    As a newbie, is there any website you would recommend?
    So far, all of the PPC network are asking for my company name and website. I have none, and having no experience in PPC, there is not much relevant content i can post on a website if i create one. Any advice ?

    Thank you and keep beasting
    Speeds3

    • Hey Speeds3,

      At least for ppcall, I have a couple videos on my blog you can check out.

      For the website/company name, you can generally create one, or at least register hosting and a domain.

      Maybe even a simple facebook page works, but the networks need to know you are real, and not scammy.

      Good luck!

  5. Hey Leonidas

    For remote technical support business, According to google policies it is very difficult to run the campaign , Please share any source who can provide tech support leads and charge per call.

    Thanks.

    • Hey Tarun,

      You can certainly promote technical support on Google. I’m not sure which policy issues you are referring to.

      Please clarify Tarun 🙂

  6. My name is Josh and I am working with Hypertarget Marketing a reputable, growing Pay Per Call network with mostly exclusive offers. We are just starting to branch out and look for awesome publishers who are willing to send calls to our clients. These clients include the expected mortgage, credit, home services and other verticals along with less expected clients such as adoption services. Working direct allows us to have very competitive commissions for publishers and at the very least we would be delighted if you tested us out.

    We are looking for legitimate publishers who are looking to drive qualified traffic to specific offers. Our commitment to you is awesome service and fair treatment for everyone driving traffic and paying for leads. We obviously ask folks to avoid poor advertising practices which is why we need you to communicate with us prior to acceptance into the network. We will never ask for specific practices that might reveal any secrets. We just want to have good relationships with folks.

    So with all that said, please email me at [email protected] so we can get the process moving along for you.

    Thanks,
    HyperTarget

  7. Hello please help. need to rent a room for an extra charge for any incoming calls. where to do it? calls come from customers who use my information services

  8. We found your company by typing in “pay per call”. We are an Orlando law firm that only represents injured persons. If your company actually charges its customers by the number of calls that it actually generates for its customers, then we are very interested. otherwise, we are not.

  9. Leonidas K nice person..just i see that very helpful to online. very important topics he shared. can you plz suggest me which pay per call network supports dating/adult pay per call program me.anyone who knows about dating/adult pay per call network plz inform me?

  10. Callbox is also great and is growing very fast. They run a pay per call marketing and analytics platform… So you can buy and sell calls as well as track and attribute calls just as if you would with invoca, but in one platform.

  11. is there any network that can accept offline methods (call center traffic) for pay per call auto insurance campaigns. if do please share the link, we can sign up right away.

    • Pretty much every affiliate network does tech support offers. For PPV networks, it’s a hit and miss, depending on how you are promoting it.

      Since most people are running scammy/black-hat PPV tech support, it’s not a niche I recommend.

  12. In that case please suggest a way to drive tech issue based calls against scary virus pop ups
    We are looking to bring in software issue based calls- ppcall Ppv ppsale or any good method
    RP no longer accepts new tech support advertiser sign up
    Emm off late quality isn’t good
    Please help

  13. Leonidas, friends,
    You mention some of the big pay-per-call networks. Adding to what Arun wrote, there are other networks, some smaller, some bigger, which are promoting call offers. Before going directly to the names mentioned in the article, I would recommend talking to a few, going over the offers list and understand the payment terms. Most networks take the offers from a handful of advertisers but the margins they leave for themselves can differ. At Goojibear.com, we value our affiliates and offer great payouts and terms on all verticals.

  14. hi Leonidas
    i am having trouble with signing in google adwords current in 2016 .So please can u upload a new video for it or please guide me about it.

    • Hey Shehreyar, I’m sure there is a video to signing up with adwords out there. It’s a simple process of submitting your info and verifying your account 🙂

  15. Leonidas, what do you think is a smart way to have independent tracking for phone recordings? Would you recommend something like Callfire or Twilio? Or are you usually pretty confident that the networks are tracking everything everything properly?

    Thanks for your thoughts!

    • Hey MorethanSEO, those are both great platforms for listening to calls (I’ve used callfire extensively in the past). The network can also use a platform that allows you to listen to calls sometimes (invoca does not).

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