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any reasons good enough to stick with one or two networks?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by ricks28, May 11, 2012.

  1. ricks28

    ricks28 Newbie

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    im running a lot of traffic across a bunch of networks right now and its a huge hassle, was wondering if there is any benefit to running it all through one network.. ive seen some networks offer contests and stuff.. does anyone work with a network or networks that make it worth running most your traffic with them??
     
  2. lousey

    lousey Newbie

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    referrals are a good way to generate some cash if you have someone to refer.
    im just with clickbooth and there deal is $10 for every referral they send them PLUS 2% of the referred publisher's income for LIFE, nb.

    I know Epic has a contest where you can win tvs and laptops. dont know much else
    Im curios too. anyone know?
     
  3. brwipens

    brwipens Regular Member

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    Resist that urge to simplify your CPA stuff, even if you're doing 100% WH.

    While a lot of offers are on all the big networks, some are really exclusive to one network(though only about half the time when they claim it's exclusive), so you're going to need more than one network anyway. Then you have the issue of the CPA firm killing your acct for whatever reason or simply not paying you as promised(EpicDirect/Azoogle, once a major player too) or you getting pissed off at the CPA company for shaving the hell out of your leads. If you're doing all your biz with one CPA company and they piss you off, you don't have leverage if you aren't already well established with other CPA companies.

    I'm a member of about 15 CPA companies, have 4 Adsense accts, 3 Amazon accts, etc. Spread that risk out and keep getting paid! Yeah, it's a pain but you don't want to see 100% of your income in the hands of one or two CPA comps either. That would keep me awake at night.