Interview with Pay Per Call innovator Ring Revenue

I have always thought Pay Per Call is a potentially game changing technology for our industry.  I am investing a lot of my company’s resources going forward in testing Pay Per Call offers and marketing techniques.  Today I was lucky enough to interview Jason Spievak, the CEO of Ring Revenue.  His company has developed the groundbreaking call tracking platform that is in use on several affiliate networks.

Here is the basic outline of how it works:

I asked Jason many questions about using Pay Per Call, mainly from the perspective of the affiliate marketer.  This is a must listen for anyone looking to get into this emerging field of marketing!   Please click the player below to hear to the full 14 minute interview.

To download the MP3 right-click save as

Also, if you would like to see the slides from their recent Affiliate Summit West presentation you can find them here.

After you listen, feel free to leave a comment about your thoughts on PPcall.  Are you currently testing with it or do you plan in the future?

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Posted in Affiliate Marketing, General, Pay Per Call by cdfnetworks on 01|28|10
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Comment by Patrick
2010-01-28 19:27:20

The ppt presentation really shows the power of pay per call. Glad you shared it.

Can you provide a download link for the podcast? It seems to be buffering forever with the flash player you have setup.

Comment by Chad
2010-01-28 19:40:13

Done, added a download link under the flash player. Thks

 
 
Comment by Sushimaster
2010-01-28 21:34:33

Excellent interview and subject. I need to get on this.

 
Comment by Teasastips
2010-01-29 15:34:45

I recently began a Pay Per Call campaign with Ring Revenue through CJ, I have yet to monetize it though. However, some effective ideas of how to promote would go a long way.

 
Comment by Jonathan Volk
2010-01-29 21:57:27

Good stuff. I think there is a lot of potential in the PPCall.

 
Comment by bathroom cabinets
2010-02-02 12:57:08

That does look here clealy jonathan about having great potential for Pay Per Call. Its excellent stuff!

 
Comment by Ruben@AutoShipping
2010-02-08 06:46:02

Great job on posting the audio , Being in the service industry as well , I would love to try Pay Per Call campaigns to capture leads.

 
2010-02-12 05:58:45

PPC sounds nice, what i would like to know is how much do they charge per call?

 
Comment by used tires
2010-03-09 09:47:29

PPCall definitely looks like something with good promise, the way it works. I have a few friends who’re looking into it and if they’re satisfied with it, I’ll jump in too. :)

Till then,

Jean

 
Comment by used tires
2010-03-09 09:47:46

Serge, I think it probably varies from region to region.

Till then,

Jean

 
Comment by forex demo account
2010-04-26 20:12:16

Has anyone who made comment to this post tried this service? Is it worth trying it on my blog or just skip it?

 
Comment by mobile phone
2010-05-11 01:40:25

PPCall looks promising but it’s a way off. There are too many companies involved in the telecommunications industry to let this really take off.

 
2010-06-03 18:15:26

[...] There are also a lot of smaller networks out there running Pay Per Call offers.  Almost all networks are using the Ring Revenue PPcall platform.  (My interview with the CEO of Ring Revenue is here) [...]

 
2010-06-04 00:04:43

[...] There are also a lot of smaller networks out there running Pay Per Call offers.  Almost all networks are using the Ring Revenue PPcall platform.  (My interview with the CEO of Ring Revenue is here) [...]

 
Comment by Lucky
2010-09-03 17:34:30

Serge, I think it probably varies from region to region.

 
2010-10-07 07:01:08

I have always thought Pay Per Call is a potentially game changing technology for our industry. I am investing a lot of my company’s resources going forward in testing Pay Per Call offers and marketing techniques.

 
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