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Re: fico forums pop ups

I cuse the popups, too.

 

But...it takes just a second to shoo it away. 

 

myFICO most def makes money, but it never hurts to be making MORE!

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Re: fico forums pop ups


unusuallyconfused wrote:

I cuse the popups, too.

 

But...it takes just a second to shoo it away. 

 

myFICO most def makes money, but it never hurts to be making MORE!


The problem is, running the forum is not likely to be profitable.

 

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Re: fico forums pop ups

Actually, running the forum is probably highly profitable:

 

These guys are easily getting a $25 PLUS commission each time sombody clicks an cc app advertisement on here. That's dirt cheap bottom minimum - they're probably getting much more per app or lead generated. Forums keep people coming back to the site over and over again. Those people in the forums are going to click ads and fill out apps. That's money in the bank for myFICO.

 

Not to mention the site's traffic is probably highly organic and that organic traffic is generated from the forum's content being found in the search engines (not to mention direct links to forum content).

 

All that traffic not only translates into leads that are paid for by the credit card companies to myFICO, but tons of forum members end up buying myFICO products and monthly subcriptions...

 

No, running this forum is highly, highly profitable IMO.

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Re: fico forums pop ups


unusuallyconfused wrote:

Actually, running the forum is probably highly profitable:

 

These guys are easily getting a $25 PLUS commission each time sombody clicks an cc app advertisement on here. That's dirt cheap bottom minimum - they're probably getting much more per app or lead generated. Forums keep people coming back to the site over and over again. Those people in the forums are going to click ads and fill out apps. That's money in the bank for myFICO.

 


Wait, does anyone actually click those adds to apply? Smiley Surprised

 

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HiLine wrote:

unusuallyconfused wrote:

Actually, running the forum is probably highly profitable:

 

These guys are easily getting a $25 PLUS commission each time sombody clicks an cc app advertisement on here. That's dirt cheap bottom minimum - they're probably getting much more per app or lead generated. Forums keep people coming back to the site over and over again. Those people in the forums are going to click ads and fill out apps. That's money in the bank for myFICO.

 


Wait, does anyone actually click those adds to apply? Smiley Surprised

 


Let me guess, this is what they call a "rhetorical" question?

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Re: fico forums pop ups

Of all the people I know I can't think of any that would ever click on those ads, let alone revealing personal information on whatever websites the ads lead to.