Affiliate Network Question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by graphicnut, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. graphicnut

    graphicnut Supreme Member

    Feb 21, 2008
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    When signing up people what site do you put down ??

    I mean do you put down someone elses?

    Basicaly i will be running my offers with double metas BUT if they see my site and they go to have a nose they will see the ads. So is it best just to put any old thing in there??
  2. unlimitedpostings

    unlimitedpostings BANNED BANNED

    May 9, 2008
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    Create another site. Just something simple that shows them you know what you're doing. I set up a site that offered SEO services, etc. Then I just told them that was a service I offer to clients, but I specialize in CPA. They'll believe anything if you make it sound like you know what you're talking about.
  3. nessa2shoes

    nessa2shoes Registered Member

    Jun 23, 2008
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    Melbourne, Australia
    Exactly as Unlimited says - you need a "corporate" site that is separate to any CPA offers you're doing. This can be as simple as a WP blog - just make it look like you're a legitimate business offering SEO / internet marketing services. Include contact details as if you were a business, not an individual. Use this one site on all your applications, and keep your CPA stuff totally separate.

    In the comments box you can say that this is your corporate website, and that you tend to build additional sites around offers that convert well after testing.
  4. Sacrilege

    Sacrilege Regular Member

    Sep 16, 2008
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    Some networks will require you to prove domain ownership so in those cases dropping someone else's domain on the app won't get you approved. So if you really care about getting into a certain network, don't do it. The best idea, like the others said is to get some sort of site up and tell them you do mostly e-mail or PPC. Many e-mail marketers use a redirect script for the offer links anyway, and some networks will actually REQUIRE you to do so, as they don't want their domain URL in your e-mails. This provides you a good excuse for using your redirect/double meta refresh.