Reactive Adz – Safelist Review

Author: Jerry Iannucci

It’s getting near the end of the month and I just realized I have only written one review of the new safelists I tested last month.

So, i’m going to do a nice quick and easy review today of Reactive Adz.

Reactive Adz really isn’t a new safelist.  I actually joined when it launched about 2 years ago (I think) because I won a free 1-month upgraded membership.  I tested the site then but it was still very new and didn’t have a very large membership so the results weren’t great.

I let my upgraded membership expire and I had not logged into the site again until last month.  I decided to give it another shot and see if it had improved since my previous experience.

Reactive Adz is owned and operated by David Foley who runs a very successful traffic exchange called Traffic Taxis.

One of the interesting things about the Reactive Adz homepage is that there is absolutely no mention of the word “safelist”.  I know safelists might be considered outdated in some circles which could be why they choose to distance themselves from the word but rest assured Reactive Adz is indeed a credits based safelist.  In fact, it is run on the exact same script as some of the most popular credit safelists.  So while the ad copy may promote list building you should know that you are only going to build a list with Reactive Adz if you are promoting your own lead capture page with your own autoresponder.

I think one of the things that really sets Reactive Adz apart from other safelists is the design of the site.  Reactive Adz is literally oozing with style as the “radioactive” theme can be found everywhere on the site.  This has nothing to do with how responsive the site is but it sure makes it more fun to login there every day and it should make getting referrals easier when they get a look at the design.

Speaking of referrals, Reactive Adz offers some great upgrade offers and generous commissions from your downline.  I even snatched up a lifetime upgrade offer which I am sure made whoever my sponsor is very happy.  If you hate seeing upgrade offers then Reactive Adz might not be great for you but there is definitely no shortage of ways to make money from your referrals.

One other really good thing about Reactive Adz is that they keep the number of emails in your inbox to a minimum.  I think I average about 30 emails a day.  I also find it difficult to stockpile credits.  Even as an upgraded member those daily credit emails become very valuable if you want to be able to email the entire list every day.  This usually results in a very responsive safelist since more members are actively opening their emails every day.

Ok, so what about the stats?

June 21 – July 21
Raw Clicks:  3,038
Unique Clicks:  907
Actions:  119
Sign-ups:  4

“Actions” represents the number of people who clicked the link on my splash page to go to my main site.  119 seems like a really high number of clicks to receive only 4 sign-ups.  I’m pretty sure my site converts better than that but… the numbers don’t lie.

This seems like pretty mixed results to me.  On one hand Reactive Adz is bringing a lot of very active people to my site but unfortunately not many of them are actually signing up.  This is something I am going to have to keep my eye on.  It’s possible I just need to find a better offer that interests these people however it’s surprising that my ads that work great on other safelists are not yet doing it for me here.

So overall.. mixed results.  I’ll definitely keep using Reactive Adz as part of my daily safelist routine and hopefully my number of sign-ups will start to increase soon.  I’ll keep you posted.

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2 Responses so far to "Reactive Adz – Safelist Review"

  1. 1 Jean Grainger
    July 22nd, 2010 at 4:21 pm  

    I would have expected a better response because of the small amount of e-mails each day, there used to be only 18, you actually need to click on them all to be able to post regularly.

    This works for Effective Safelist but just does not work on here.

    Your high actions could be people who already have some of your books and were hoping for one they do not have.

    I have belonged since day one numbers were in single figures but I can honestly say I have never had a conversion. I just keep hoping.

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