💹 These MMO Offers Are Killing it on Native 📈 How to Increase Your CR and Lower Your Costs

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💹 These MMO Offers Are Killing it on Native 📈 How to Increase Your CR and Lower Your Costs
💹 These MMO Offers Are Killing it on Native

@revale tried to launch his first native campaign on Taboola with an MMO offer.

It got rejected for the following reasons:

Claiming financial freedom (not allowed)

Exact money-making amount claims (not allowed)

Terms and Conditions in English - not French

Missing video transcrip / fast-forward and rewind buttons

Use of racy/unrealted images in creatives

@jack_l explains why Outbrain and Taboola aren’t good options and where to try running these offers instead.

Plus he reveals one email-submit angle that’s killing it on Taboola.

Additionally, you get to see just how expensive native is.

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@lilgator said they’re puting a stop on his campaigns for a few weeks to save cash for his next campaign.

In the meantime, he plans on building up his skills – starting with coding.

“I'm currently going all in on learning coding and taking the Front End Development track on Tree House (HTML, CSS, Java). I chose this area because tech is my weakness and hiring a coder was nightmare for me last time. Being strong in tech is a big edge.”

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