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Could X2 or X3 email submits!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by subpop138, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. subpop138

    subpop138 Junior Member

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    I'm a newb at CPA but I just had a good idea and thought I'd check if it's already out there first.

    What I want to do is have a content locker popup on my landing page and ask for an email submit for access. Once the offer is submitted, there should be a pinwheel or hourglass type icon in the middle as if the offer is trying to process. A couple seconds later a "something went wrong" message should popup and ask the user if he/she wants to try again. When they click yes, it loads a different Email submit and the cycle goes on and on. You might be able to get 5 submits from a single user?

    I don't know if anyone is already doing this or if there's a script or program for it but it seems like a great idea to me!

    Thoughts?
     
  2. Geshwinn

    Geshwinn Power Member

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    The idea is nice.

    You will need a good locker that can rotate links from different networks, though.
    And make sure that one IP doesn't get two or more offers from the same network.

    It will not look good if you have 20 email submits coming from 5 IP's each day.
     
  3. xpwizard

    xpwizard Junior Member

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    Please note that there are only a few big players in the email submit market... They own 90%+ of all the email submits.
    If they see the same IP is completing offers 10seconds apart, they'll track down your accounts and link you to them.
     
  4. ohaider

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    I still don't believe this. If you can link the user to doing two email submits on two completely unrelated networks..especially ones that have a rivalry, you should be fine. Just remember most "email/zip" submits are actually first page.
     
  5. subpop138

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    It doesn't necessarily have to be email submits. I was just thinking those would convert the best and be most likely to have someone fill out multiples. I'm pretty sure they would catch on pretty quickly if I had them do multiple double opt ins or something.

    I'm just thinking that if you get someone who's willing to email submit you should milk it for all it's worth.

    Maybe have the submit in an iframe that goes to 1pxX1px after submit is clicked for first page submits? There's got to be a way. After this is figured out I think you could at least double your submits.

    As far as multiple submits coming from the same IP, I would think you would need to rotate offers from different CPA networks to avoid getting caught on that one. I guess this method would be limited by the number of zip sub affiliate programs you could sign up with.
     
  6. xpwizard

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    Networks have nothing to do with it... It's the advertiser that will see this. They will see the same user signing up to multiple forms within a 1-2min window.
    In return, they'll probably start shaving or ask that you be removed from the offer/s.

    e.g. If they see 100+ users a day signing up to multiple offers using the same IP/email within a 1-2min window, then they will be onto you.

    To avoid what I'm talking about, all you have to do is make sure you only show 1 email sub per advertiser.
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2012
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    Fadi946 Power Member

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    Can anyone recommend me a good Email Submit website? I won't mind taking your referral! PM me or write here please!
     
  8. subpop138

    subpop138 Junior Member

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    I use adscend. I don't know if I can recommend them though. They have plenty of email submits, but they have no stats on click-through rates, or really anything else to go on.