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Co-Reg CPA Offers.... Explain Please!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by lewi, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hey,

    Ok so i was pumping out a gaming offer and we were approaching the 1k mark per day when the site fopped badly and we lost 90% of the traffic.

    Now the sites back and although still dancing we have the same keywords etc and rankings as before aand nothing has changed except the offer itself slightly.

    Before it was a paid to download CPA offer with a download that auto-started, now the download doesn't auto-start so it converts really badly!

    So basicly i need to find something that converts and converts well... 1k a day is probably overkill now but even $500 a day with the traffic we have would be an OK figure.

    So ive been looking into CO-REG offers but really have no idea how they work...

    What i wanted to do was setup a landing page specific to my target audience and then legally and completely white hat sign them up to 2 or 3 similar offers in the same niche and target market while they only do 1 email submit....

    Now ive heard about doing this blackhat and ive also heard about legit cpa offers doing this so they can increase their payouts too!

    How do i do it? As i still want to capture the lead myself into my Auto Responder so i can upsell them to other CPA offers, products and whatever else in the niche.

    Lewis Turner
     
  2. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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  3. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    If I understand you question correctly and as far as I know, CO-REG means that you can show the offer only after user has signed up for your website, forum, service or whatever.

    Most people make it an extra step of the registration process, say, in a Forum.

    I doubt you are allowed to do it the way you explained.

    Hope this helps.
     
  4. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Urrrm that kinda sucks if so! Conversions will be really low on that because they will look completely different and probably ask for the same info again :S

    Lewis Turner
     
  5. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    True.

    That's why many people do the pre-filling or whatever it's called, to make sure that, when the user will be shown the CO-REG CPA offer, the fields that the user provided already will be passed to the CPA offer and filled.

    No idea how this is technically possible.
     
  6. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    For your (and my) information, the definition of CO-REG

    The bolded orange seems complicating the thing as it looks like you must explicitly ask the user if you can send him communications from other companies.
     
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  7. Godspeed

    Godspeed Regular Member

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    You can do anything you want with coreg, just sign to Game Theory, Silver Path or Fluen and they will set you up with a coreg path.
     
  8. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    But... are they providing you with THEIR offers?

    Just confused, sorry.
     
  9. lewi

    lewi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    That sounds like you could also put it just in the privacy policy etc to say its a joint offer and still make bank!

    Lewi
     
  10. smithf

    smithf Newbie

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    with co-reg you can get a RPU probably around .70 cents. Then you can also set up list management, as well as opt-in check box's to increase revenue. the co-reg path will be after your forum/site's registration page, and you can auto-pop the fields so the user doesn't have to fill it out again. I know a good co-reg company if you are interested outside of gametheory or silverpath. PM if you want some more info.