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Cpa = $1 - $80

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MontyzPython, Nov 16, 2007.

  1. MontyzPython

    MontyzPython BANNED BANNED

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    I found a good CPA program that I want to promote but here's the thing...

    The referral fee says "$1 - $80 per lead". Obviously, if I'm going to spend time & money on this, I want to make sure that I'm getting the $80 and NOT the $1.

    How do they usually decide this?

    Thanks.

    - Chris
     
  2. Illuminary

    Illuminary Registered Member

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    That usually means 1 - 80 dollars per lead depending on the tier.

    These are usually programs like mortgage loans etc etc

    The will pay less for someone with bad credit than someone with good credit.

    It's not $1 or $80 that means between/on $1 and $80.
     
  3. MontyzPython

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    Riiiiight. So, I'm thinking that's probably not a good program to promote.

    If they are a good prospect....BOOM...$80.

    If not....<fizzle>....$1.
     
  4. Illuminary

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    Lets say you have 100 click thrus with this program...

    Now they all not going to be 80 per pop and they sure as hell ain't gunna all be 1 dollar pops... use some common sense here.

    I love the mix [Or other words testing]... So usually for me if the program has a high EPC and has the 1 - 80 payment way... I think thats usually an awesome program to promote.

    Anyways if this is a CPA offer thats even better [but highly unlikely by the looks of it] because $80 for a lead is mint payouts.
     
  5. aftershock2020

    aftershock2020 Senior Member

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    I completely agree there, Illuminary.

    Chris, play the odds, bud. I always use the formula of :

    # of prospects x earning range of profit = required output of marketing

    You chart the possible earnings and then focus on capturing and submitting that many referrals.

    Worst case scenario, if you get $1 per lead, @ 5,000 submitted prospects, that is still $5,000. Break that down into daily requirements...

    3 day work week @ 1,700 prospects/$1 payout.

    Could you live with $5,000 per week?

    You have to keep in mind here that this type of operation is merely a numbers game since the company pays you instantly for every lead you submit to them. With this being the case, you don't even have to up the chances by playing the readership ratio. If you were selling a product, you'd have the give yourself a min. of 1:10 prospects for even getting the ad/email openned.

    You don't have that here. You simply are getting the opt-in and then selling it to the company.