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cost per funded loan or cost per accepted lead? which to accept

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by cinders4, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. cinders4

    cinders4 Newbie

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    Okay so I recently posted about getting into the payday loan affiliates. I am setting up my website and I have a choice to take payment for either cost per funded loan or cost per accepted lead. I don't know which to choose?

    Anyone experienced in this? which is the best to accept
     
  2. lloughry

    lloughry Regular Member

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    I assume there is a difference in payout?
     
  3. 3ugen

    3ugen Newbie

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    How is your program going? I've been in the payday vertical for over 12 years. Go on per lead basis. The funded loans usually takes time and the tracking/reporting will be hurting your ability to scale. The lenders are good to determine the price per lead based on your overall conversion rate. The higher - the more you get paid per lead.
    PM if you need any tips or lenders/networks to work with.