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Applying to cpa network website question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by tinakramer, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    Just wanted to find out what to put in the website field. I have a few micro niche sites. I was wondering if I should buy a new domain name like xxxxxbusiness.com and use that to apply or just list one of my subpar sites. If i buy a new domain, will it matter that the site was just registered?
     
  2. hameem

    hameem Elite Member

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    It does not matter most of the times. I have used my own substandard websites before to get approved. Having said that, some networks do require you to have a working website with traffic providing you said you promote your offers through Banner etc. For most of the networks, use the ones you have.
     
  3. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    Will they actually look at your site and do research on traffic stats?
     
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    jake454 Junior Member

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    When I applied I just put my MNS as the website resource and they were cool with it. Im not to sure how much research the do into the website, I think they just take a look to make sure its not spam. also comes down to the CPA network.
     
  5. tinakramer

    tinakramer Registered Member

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    Which one did yoy apply to if you dont mind me asking?
     
  6. hameem

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    @OP: some networks (as far as I know, a few top-tier ones) do actually research your traffic. Others are fine with it. I guess it all depends how you tell them you drive your traffic. But even if you tell them you drive your traffic through your website, you could be uncomfortable with showing them your site (many of us are). So I think you can apply with your existing sites. Besides, it's not like it is the end of the world. Even if they reject your application, you can talk to one of their saffs/AMs and work it out.