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Old 31 Oct 2009, 00:08
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drivingrevenue.com???

Anyone familiar with this site? Is it legit? Better then Google ads?
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Old 31 Oct 2009, 00:33
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looks legit to me, it is also designed to work with vbulletin, i googled it and found this.. http://www.everyjoe.com/articles/dri...ness-analysis/
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Old 31 Oct 2009, 01:06
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I've been using since april and I've been very happy.
They tend to approve larger forums, we've had a few forum members apply for their sites and not get in because they weren't "active" enough.
I've made enough money from them that I still run their code.
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 21:50
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Yes we're legit

Our clients include Internet Brands (which owns vBulletin), Vertical Scope, VWvortex, AVSforum and about 500 others.

Generally, we only accept established forums with a good member base and traffic.


I see that you launched our code last Monday. Let me know if there any questions I can answer.
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 21:56
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I have singed up with this company 10 days agos and still no reply from them .
I wonder if they are still alive ??
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 22:09
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Originally Posted by spipo View Post
I have singed up with this company 10 days agos and still no reply from them .
I wonder if they are still alive ??
The account manager and I were @ SEMA in Vegas last week. We got in early Monday morning, so i know he has a back log of work and applications to go through.

I'll let him know to respond to yours asap.

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Old 13 Nov 2009, 22:14
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Originally Posted by DrivingRevenue View Post
Yes we're legit

Our clients include Internet Brands (which owns vBulletin), Vertical Scope, VWvortex, AVSforum and about 500 others.

Generally, we only accept established forums with a good member base and traffic.


I see that you launched our code last Monday. Let me know if there any questions I can answer.
Welcome to vBulletin.org
it's good to see you over here offering support.
You guys have made me a little cash on vBSetup
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 22:16
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Originally Posted by spipo View Post
I have singed up with this company 10 days agos and still no reply from them .
and for the record you applied Sunday 11/8/2009 6:45 AM CST
That would be consider 5.5 days ago.
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 22:20
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Originally Posted by DrivingRevenue View Post
The account manager and I were @ SEMA in Vegas last week. We got in early Monday morning, so i know he has a back log of work and applications to go through.

I'll let him know to respond to yours asap.
Ok thanks for informing ..
I will wait your reply

regards
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Old 13 Nov 2009, 22:22
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Originally Posted by Loco.M View Post
Welcome to vBulletin.org
it's good to see you over here offering support.
You guys have made me a little cash on vBSetup
Thanks Brandon.

I've personally been on here for a few years, just didn't what to post anything about driving revenue on here that might seem like spam. So i kept a low profile.

and definitely no complaints on the cash front. BTW, congrats on the sale!
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Old 14 Nov 2009, 00:13
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Im very confused by your site, there is no mention about how you pay out, and/or what shares of the click throw? view? time amount and/or Placement?

If you are looking for people that want to make money for themselves, that is usually what people look for, i saw nothing to entice me to sign up.

So i can not say if they are looking for a loyal base to sync with.
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Old 14 Nov 2009, 08:00
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Support on their services or questions regarding their signup process should be asked at their own website. vBulletin.org is not the place to get support for third-party services.
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Old 14 Nov 2009, 13:10
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Originally Posted by jazzyname View Post
Im very confused by your site, there is no mention about how you pay out, and/or what shares of the click throw? view? time amount and/or Placement?

If you are looking for people that want to make money for themselves, that is usually what people look for, i saw nothing to entice me to sign up.

So i can not say if they are looking for a loyal base to sync with.

Agreed, the site is a bit dated and was purposely put together to be vague. We follow a slightly different approach, in that we don't want mass appeal. Instead, our account management team actively pursues sites that we feel would do well on our program. We have conference calls and web meetings to fully explain the details.

Through the site, we've had over 300 sign ups and accepted about 15 of them. As you can see, not a very good ratio. The majority of the sign ups are sites that are just starting out and looking for ways to monetize their forum.

Our general guidelines for getting accepted are: a minimum average of 200 currently active members, a minimum of 200 outbound links to eBay or Amazon.

We usually make exceptions for automotive focused sites because of our strategic partnership with eBay Motors and EPN.

The reason we're selective is because of the number of hits our script gets, around 15 million hits a day. So you can imagine the server resources and bandwidth that consumes. Also, sites that fall bellow our guidelines usually don't earn more than a couple dollars a day.

If you have any other questions, feel free to email us at info@DrivingRevenue.com



Originally Posted by Marco van Herwaarden View Post
Support on their services or questions regarding their signup process should be asked at their own website. vBulletin.org is not the place to get support for third-party services.
Marco, the original post had to do with legitimacy. No mention of support or signup process. As far as I'm aware, this thread is posted in the appropriate section, The Lounge. I see plenty of topics discussing Motorola Droid, Windows 7 and other commercial endeavors. I know you guys moderate with an iron fist, but why should this be thread be treated any differently?

BTW, I've spoken with Ray Morgan a few times and he seems to be impressed with our forum monetization strategies.
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Old 19 Jun 2010, 10:27
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I installed the DrivingRevenue script on 6/17/10 and noticed that my Vibrant Media in-text ads (which still display) didn't generate any revenue on 6/18 or 6/19 (today). I'm wondering whether the DR script is interfering with the Vibrant links. If so, I need to solve that soon because I'm losing more revenue than I'm gaining.

Anyone else experience this and know how to get these two to play nice?
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Old 19 Jun 2010, 14:19
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Originally Posted by asabet View Post
I installed the DrivingRevenue script on 6/17/10 and noticed that my Vibrant Media in-text ads (which still display) didn't generate any revenue on 6/18 or 6/19 (today). I'm wondering whether the DR script is interfering with the Vibrant links. If so, I need to solve that soon because I'm losing more revenue than I'm gaining.

Anyone else experience this and know how to get these two to play nice?

Have you checked with Vibrant to see if their reporting is updating?

Our script runs on thousands of sites that have Vibrant or Kontera, and there is no conflict or interaction between the scripts.
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