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Anyone have a product listed at CPA company?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by BlackBeret, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. BlackBeret

    BlackBeret Regular Member

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    In my white hat side of life I sell a physical product on the internet.

    I was thinking about trying to get it listed on one of the CPA networks: Market Leverage, Hydra, Copeac, Azoogle, CJ, ShareASale or others.

    Does anyone have any experience in this? My items sells for about $20 and my cost is around $7.75, but will get lower if I start buying in larger quantities. It is an item that should sell to anyone.

    What do you think is a fair commission to offer affiliates? How much do the CPA companies take? Of the $12 profit I was thinking of offering $5-$6 commission to raise me above the zip/email offer commissions. I would adjust up or down as required or maybe offer bonuses based on sales if that is available.

    Why would any company not want the affiliates to incentivize their offers? I wouldn't care what they do as long as they sell the item for the price I want.
     
  2. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Cause the buyers would charge back and ask refunds in a large number of cases.
     
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  3. p2y

    p2y Regular Member

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    i think most of them not direct sales,they are trials and they want to get targeted traffic to contuniue their revenue.