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Advertiser Shaving Leads

Discussion in 'CPA' started by cocococo, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    Am not a big time cpa guy, am lucky if I get 10 dollars a day from my site, but its getting depressing now with the amount of emails I receive from customers about their gift card everyday

    And the amount I get credit on my account with the level of emails I get is far to low.

    What going on? small guys like me bursting their ass while advertiser just shave as they want. NOT GOOD
     
  2. facebookcpa

    facebookcpa BANNED BANNED

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    change your CPA network
     
  3. cl4life

    cl4life BANNED BANNED

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    All of those shitty gift card email submits shave bad. So I'd say either live with it or find something else to promote.
     
  4. chris1025

    chris1025 Regular Member

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    don't ever promote email sub.....
     
  5. rentahit

    rentahit Registered Member

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    You can, switch your onsite contact mail and add autoresponder which tells the surfer to contact offer owner instead.

    If you want to confirm the saving part you can collect the leads yourself and compare.
     
  6. cocococo

    cocococo Senior Member

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    they not email submit, they are short form submit
     
  7. xoskillet

    xoskillet Regular Member

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    those ad networks are forced to shave leads because so many people send them fake trash... it's a simple matter of the cost of doing business... Deal with it or promote something different that has less of a built in shave on it.

    not being ugly to you OP, just getting directly to the point.
     
  8. szhang

    szhang Junior Member

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    what xoskillet said is very true. many times the submits are trashy/false information which is why many leads need to be shaved. I mean think about it, why would anyone want spam? Everyone already knows those offers are fake or scams.

    I would try promoting products or services that actually work, have good support, and overall a good history. This way your efforts are compensated correctly.