Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Paper-Boy, Nov 16, 2010.
anyone know a good network that offers a good payout with this particular offer?
sent you a PM
It is a ppc network but if you find a network that actually buys leads, let me know.
^^ thanks bro, appreciate the pm.
if anyone else knows other networks, let me know.
beeflymedia.com have these offers!
surehits. they pay like $10 a click. very good for any kind of insurance. i have been getting paid for months from them.
thanks, someone pm'd me the same thing.
Since the Surehits name is out there... Stay away from Equileads. They say that they sell the leads and then you get a bonus. I sent them mad leads and not one sold so I looked at the page returned after the lead is sent and they just put in surehits ppc links and give you like 20% of what they make for your bonus. Equileads is total failure and they get a 0 of 10 from my personal rating.
Surehits and adsense works best for me.
How many guys are u making from Surehits monthly?
, I am there a lot of time, but Now I have Traffic from SE and getting $2-3 per click. :f
I just got signed up for Sure Hits, which got aquired by Quin Street. I was accepted and they are working on my account now. I hope that it will work out really well for me.
you won't regret it.
Sure Hits is very great , i tried and still get paid
I use surehits on several insurance sites. Definitely a competitive niche. Has anyone tried buying "targeted traffic" from sites that deal with expired domains?
I just signed up for SureHits also. Could anyone give me a rough idea of what you're paying for clicks on PPC marketing. Also, are there any other good ways of driving traffic - submit to Insurance Blog Directories, Tageted Email lists etc. Any advice would be gratefully recieved. If I find any good ways I'll post em up here. Thanks
I've contacted surehits about signing up but have yet to receive a response. Their site states 1 business day but it's been a week and they have not responded at all. How fast were you guys able to sign up with them?
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