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PPC VS PPV Traffic for CPA offers. Which one is the best?

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I know this question isn't a very nice question. But bear with me. 


I am very curious about this. I have tested both and I've come to see that PPC traffic beats PPV traffic.


Well, that's my own test and view of the matter. I've even created a detailed

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 about it explaining my reasons.


But a man is not an island. I want to know your take on this matter too.


Please give reasons also.

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