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Choosing Offers

Discussion in 'CPA' started by nato76, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. nato76

    nato76 Junior Member

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    How do you guys go about choosing your offers?

    Do you do market research first, choose a market, and then look for offers? Or do you look look around the affiliate site and look around for the best looking offers?

    What is the best way to go about this?
     
  2. nato76

    nato76 Junior Member

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    LOL. So basically all of the above?
     
  3. blackhatjamie

    blackhatjamie BANNED BANNED

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    that is what keeps the game going, researching it. If it was that easy to just choose any offer, it would die down.

    Look to see how much the offer costs, are you going to profit good off it compared to how much you are spending in advertising that offer?
     
  4. nato76

    nato76 Junior Member

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    Thanks! I'm all about processes. I'm trying to develop my own step by step process on choosing offers. I am just looking for ideas.
     
  5. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

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    I look for offers which have a good payout for that amount of page submits, for example $0.50 for a simple e-mail submit is fine by me, after I've found a offer, I double check the offer relates to the niche I am targeting, then I start to promote it. :)
     
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    If you're new to the scene do a google search for Market Samurai, download the free software and read all the free ebooks that come along with it. It's everything you need to know to get started in researching products, markets, competition and such...

    Their ebooks are a great source for a free education... The material there has been rehashed into so many $97 ebooks its sick.

    I have no interest in Market Samurai other than that of a satisfied user.
     
  7. nato76

    nato76 Junior Member

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    I actually have Market Samurai but I will do what you suggested.