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anyone know how this landing page is being monetized?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by techcrunked, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. techcrunked

    techcrunked Regular Member

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    i was on facebook when i came to this landing page through an add
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    [URL]http://jc2win.com/[/URL]
    this lander collects the email and then a form which collects personal details,. and then shows that an account has been registered. does anyone know how this is being monetized by the owner. is this just a lander to build a list or is this something else? what niche is this anyway?
     
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  2. Nemizr

    Nemizr Regular Member

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    Probably a CPA offer being sent out after you opt-in.
     
  3. illfounded21

    illfounded21 Senior Member

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    If those figures are real, when they decide to kick stuff off- they should make a killing.
     
  4. techcrunked

    techcrunked Regular Member

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    via emails i assume? what niche would they promote, as the lander isn't niche specific, it just tells you to get in line for a lucky draw. and wouldn't they make much more if they promote a product instead of a cpa offer?
     
  5. maineyak

    maineyak Power Member

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    The end user doesn't know if it's their own product, or a CPA offer. The payday is having all those emails from people who are looking for freebies.
     
  6. Harry 2706

    Harry 2706 Regular Member

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    i think he is building up email list targeted to that niche.
     
  7. Habsy

    Habsy Newbie

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    I am the owner of this and other sites, we are running a hourly lucky dip/ lotto
    Yes the figures are real. but we still need ore work on the marketing, seems this site is full of helpers?
    Any ideas or help, of course will be well paid!
    Best regards
    Paul
     
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    Habsy Newbie

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    They are very real!