30+ Plenty of Fish Ad Examples


I've gotten a lot of requests for more POF ad examples.

We'll here's 30+ of them, for all you POF advertisers in counties where you can't get a POF user account.

Check them all out after the jump!

As you may notice some of these do not fit the new POF ad rules exactly.  This tells me one thing, keep submitting more ads, and always be trying to get stuff approved. I see people using tattoos, and girls legs a lot. :)

CLICK HERE: To download 30+ Plenty of Fish Ad Examples

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  1. louisianadoc says:

    Thanks Greedy Had My first 50 dollar day on pof Went From one Conv a day and losing money to making money You Rock Greedy

  2. Lapaul Estrada says:

    I read that POF recently changed their rules on what types of images they accept. Will these images be accepted by the new POF rules?

  3. P Diddy says:

    I’ve noticed that most of the creatives (photos) you’ve posted from POF campaigns for 110×80 haven’t been altered to boost CTR. Like adding colored borders, drop shadow, or other effects. Do regular creatives work better?

    • Greedy says:

      You really have to test both, it varies ad image to ad image.

      Some ad images get better CTR with stuff like colored borders, drop shadow, or other effects.

  4. Gail J Richardson says:

    Hey Greedy,

    Thanks for creating a place for people to learn affiliate marketing and CPA.

    I do affiliate marketing but need more success with it.

    Gail J Richardson

  5. sophie says:

    I really would like to have you as a coach but you do not accept paypal payment!

  6. alamin says:

    Greedy you should use PayPal as alternative payment solution. Why not use 2co?


  7. Anonymous says:

    Why pof doe not open is it limited to some countries

    • Greedy says:

      I don’t know, maybe they don’t have a team that speak the native language of the country to regulate it.

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