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.......Broker VS SUBing?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by HiggsBoson, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. HiggsBoson

    HiggsBoson Registered Member

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    Your smart - figure it out.
    Ive read dozens of thread far and wide. Can anyone tell me the exact difference bet between "Brokering" a CPA offer and "Subbing" (sub id's) out the offer.

    Correct me if I am wrong..

    - Most networks allow as many sub ID's as the publishers uses
    - But, there are only an avg. of 5 subs per offer???
    - I can track my brokered offers and subIDs exactly the same way on my network


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  2. StartupBros

    StartupBros Regular Member

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    Bump in hopes of educated response
     
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  3. Roundhouse

    Roundhouse Regular Member

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    This is how I understood it, which could be completely wrong.

    But when you broker you take an offer from CPA Network A and have it advertised on CPA Network B. So you are the middle man between the two networks.
    As for the Subbing ID, you would use the Sub ID to keep track of where your leads are coming from. So you can verify that CPA Network B is sending the leads you are seeing from CPA Network A.
    Or if you just want to have people promote your offers around on the internet without going through a CPA Company, you would assign each person a Sub ID so you can differenciate between the people promoting your CPA offer.

    Hope im right here
     
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  4. HiggsBoson

    HiggsBoson Registered Member

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    I think you are correct. From my understanding reading other threads they are almost one in the same category. Im hoping an admin will jump in here and let us know if there is a difference. Ive spoken with 3 admins in my networks and they round-about say the same thing.