Keys To PPV Success

When I played college football, every season the first day in full pads was a huge, adrenaline infused, big freaking deal. It always started with “Raider Drill”, three on three, get crazy, who wants to hit, blocking and tackling drill that signified football has officially arrived. The point of Raider Drill was to revisit the foundational elements that make up the game of American Football. If you can block well, and tackle well, your players have a good foundation to build a great team with.

Digital Marketing has foundations. In this article we revisit the foundational blocking and tackling as it applies to PPV or Pay-Per-View traffic.

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Collect The Best Targets

Start with finding the top keywords in the niche. Then drill down into the top 3-4 pages on google and scrape out the urls. Use all the keywords and urls as targets in your PPV traffic campaign.

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Track Your Results

It’s all about the numbers. You need to know how much you have to spend to get a conversion, and how much your campaign has made. The best way to do that is with a fine piece of tracking software.


Optimize Everyday

Tracking gives you the data you need to make decisions on what targets are performing well with ppv traffic and converting into leads or sales for you.
Optimize your targets and be sure to split test every day.

landing page style & layout
call to action text
product benefits
images & graphics
target audience

Stocking your campaign with the best targets, tracking your results and optimizing habitually are the foundational elements for using PPV traffic.

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About The Author

Corey Bornmann

Corey Bornmann is the founder of, one of the web's first toolsets for Internet Marketers. He lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife and two daughters. Aside from internet marketing, he's also a real estate investor and lifelong entrepreneur. Corey played college football for Shippensburg University. #godisgood

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