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A few newbie questions

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Mongler, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. Mongler

    Mongler Newbie

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    I've got a few CPA newbie questions, everything I turned up with the search seemed rather out of date.

    I'm getting ready to apply to my first network(s) and was wondering which networks are the most newbie friendly and possibly pay faster than net 30. Is it possible to receive weekly or bi-weekly payments as a noob?

    I have a few BH ideas I would like to play with when I have more money available, but I'm planning on starting with a more WH campaign (probably ppc) so I don't have to worry about covering my tracks and potential bannings while I figure things out.

    Is this a feasible plan, or should I jump right into the blackhat techniques?
     
  2. TheGoat

    TheGoat Registered Member

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    I think your plan is good. IMHO it's better to build a good reputation with your cpa network by sending them steady white hat leads. Once you've established yourself, you can start to mix in your BH leads.

    Maxbounty is net 15, pretty easy to get into, and an all around excellent network to work with.
     
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  3. Mongler

    Mongler Newbie

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    Excellent. I'm feeling rather confident about this, but a second opinion never hurts.

    Maxbounty was one of the networks I was considering. I've also been looking at Peerfly, copeac, and Pofecker's network, anything I should know about them before signing up?
     
  4. TheGoat

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    Peefly is also a good network that is easy to get into. Copeac is a little harder, but has lots of good offers. I'm not in Pofecker's network, but hell, that guy is the shit so I don't see how you could go wrong :D
     
  5. Mongler

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    Thanks for the advice. Unless anyone else has some words of wisdom they'd like to share, all my questions have been answered.
     
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