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black hat amounts to stay safe

Discussion in 'CPA' started by jayzee, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. jayzee

    jayzee Regular Member

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    Hello bhters I am reporting back with my results on some campaigns and would also like to hear your experiences on how are you staying safe with the cpas

    my bigest concern is the email submits wich since I am iframing I only get 1 page submits, I am only making like 20 bucks per offer per day but I guess if the manager will take a look at this and stop paying or something, on my experience I have got some vouchers to promte them white hat and I get like 20% good leads to keep them happy

    how do you stay safe with this email submits?

    another thing is craigs, since the leads are kinda incentivized most of them are not converting (if not all)
    I havent get paid yet from this leads (making 100 per day with it) but I wanted to ask how do you cover your tracks to get paid on this, they will allow some crappy leads for sometime (wich is what I have heard) and then start taking action, or do I need to mix the leads with something else from the begining?

    thanks for your coments, lets try to come up with something usefull for all of us
     
  2. killzone

    killzone Regular Member

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    The problem happens when the advertiser tries to follow up on the leads that you give them by emailing them. They then realize you leads are absolute junk and that none of them are really converting since they really just did the offer to get the incentive. Then ur AM contacts you and tells you that your leads blow and wants to know where they are coming from.

    The only way to avoid this is to promote pay per sale offers or to mix in some WH leads which will convert. So it seems that you've got ur problem covered, 20% WH leads should be enough to ensure that they AM doesn't ger suspicious.
     
  3. jayzee

    jayzee Regular Member

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    thanks for your answer on this, yes I tought that 20% white hat leads should be enough to cover any shit, but wanted to ask more experience from bh members

    it seems that most of people just send crappy leads and get out with the money, can someone confirm this? I dont think thats posible, but maybe if you send really small amounts
     
  4. jayzee

    jayzee Regular Member

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    so, someone else willing to share their experience?
     
  5. learenault

    learenault Newbie

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    i think like killzone, 20% would be enough