Listing affiliate dating single websites

Dating is one of the most competitive niches being advertised on Facebook and all of your competition was just wiped out.

Grab a cloaker (I don’t use them but they exist) and an offer that’s known to convert and RACE in with a new campaign today.

Load it up with a new angle that could still lead to a dating offer and you’re in for a gold rush. Try things that would relate to someone who is looking for a date without flat out saying it. There are just a handful of affiliates left that have been white-listed to advertise.

If you haven’t heard about it yet – Facebook just banned all dating affiliates from advertising on their platform.

If you’ve ever seen the ads, you can understand why the ban had to happen (cleavage, boobs and more cleavage).

For the average Facebook user who is sick of seeing annoying dating ads in their sidebar this is good news.

But if you’re an affiliate marketer and Facebook dating was your only source of income – you’re probably freaking out. Anyone with a hot dating campaign should be excited right now.

Their ads are going to be very tame and their CTRs are going to be very low.

If you can find a way to make dating work without it looking like a dating ad you can dominate their CTRs and undercut their CPCs.

You can’t be lazy and just show cleavage anymore – but there are plenty of other things that have been proven by science to get men or women to click. It’s one of the top advertising platforms available – but I decided it was more trouble than it was worth.

Setting up a campaign, optimizing it for weeks and then getting banned with no explanation is too much of an emotional roller coaster ride for me. The good news is there are 100s of other traffic sources out there that will be happy to take your money. They’ll send gifts to your home to thank you for your patronage.

That’s the kind of situation I look for when seeking out a traffic source now.

Here’s my checklist for new traffic sources: If the source doesn’t fit that criteria, I don’t use them.

Since I made the change I’ve been able to run campaigns steadily, week after week, month after month without problems.