Are Charity Sites Worth Promoting or are they Big Problems?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by super-oct, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. super-oct

    super-oct BANNED BANNED

    Jul 26, 2009
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    Hey guys just curios about monetizing charity with CPA offers?

    Are they worth promoting or can we get in problems for promoting this sites?

    I hear that few marketers do make tons of cash is it real? :wave:
  2. Strygwyr

    Strygwyr Junior Member

    Apr 23, 2010
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    Do you mean promoting legit charity sites (for example, CJ has a couple of charity offers where you get a cut of the donation - world wildlife foundation is one I think).

    Or do you mean starting your own "charity" site? If you could specify what you mean, I'm sure you'll get some answers.

    And of course there are people making money off charity sites - both legit sites, and scams. There's big money in both methods... but yes, legal problems will arise with scams. Just look at the girl who faked cancer and got busted setting up a charity fb page and cashed in on all the donations.

    Anyway, more specific questions will result in more specific answers ;)
  3. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

    Oct 5, 2009
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    I'm known to locate certain things from time to ti
    Moose Factory, ON
    I think there's probably a special level of Hell reserved for people who set up scam charity sites. On the mortal side, I suspect they get treated slightly better than sex offenders in jail, but only slightly better....

    As far as a legit charity site, I think you could do okay with one, like the previous person mentioned CJ has a few charities, goog offers an option to run PSA's if they can't find good ad$nse ads for a page, so I think there's some money there. Given the state of the global economy, charities are hurting for donations, so there's probably some other decent affiliate opportunities out there where you could make some coin as well as helping an organisation out.
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2010