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CPA account manager question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by subpop138, Apr 6, 2012.

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  1. subpop138

    subpop138 Junior Member

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    I have accounts with 3 or 4 CPA companies that I never use. I'd like to start using them for ewhoring and CL spamming. I've read here on BHW many times that you should talk to your account manager and make sure they are OK with the traffic you are going to send them, but what is the right way to ask them if ewhoring or CL is OK? I could send them traffic with blanked refferer, but it would look very suspicious if I never used these accounts and out of the blue they get tons of blanked traffic.

    I've also read that they don't care as long as the traffic converts and they make money. Does anyone know from experience how to approach this because I've heard many stories of people making good money only to not get paid. I'd like to avoid that if possible.
     
  2. bornformoney

    bornformoney BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah man, just be honest and mind you all the CPA network AMs are familiar with those tactics, well at least most are.

    So just be upfront. If it's not allowed, it's not allowed, then you find a different network that's compatible with it.

    If it's allowed, then it's allowed and happy earning.
     
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  3. subpop138

    subpop138 Junior Member

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    So what you're saying is that I should just openly tell them that I want to send them ewhoring traffic and see if they are OK with that? I thought we were supposed to word it in a way that didn't sound so bad lol. I didn't know that any of the CPA co's were OK with that so I didn't want to come out and say it and ruin my chances of getting it OK'd. Thanks for the advice, I will send them the emails and see what they say. If none of them are OK with it I at least have just found a new CPA co that probably is :)
     
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    bornformoney BANNED BANNED

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    lol I like the way you have come off with it.

    What I am saying is, don't email it with such a message, but rather when they're online on skype/aim you can be like,

    "Hey bro/women, I have this idea to run traffic and I am pretty positive that it will convert great but you know it's kinda ewhoring...we can closely monitor on the traffic's quality...can you please give me a chance?"

    Now don't just copy + paste it haha, but you get the idea.

    Don't talk in an email as you are not really that "connected" with the person you're talking to.

    Good luck.
     
  5. Krazie

    Krazie Regular Member

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    Yeah definitely don't ask via Email. Depending on the network, the AM, the offer etc, some will allow that traffic, just hit your AM up on aim/skype and talk to them about it. Tell them you'd like to try sending some extra traffic and get in to how you'd do it. Most AM's are cool about it, but again.. it all depends on the network and the AM. :)
     
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    So it should go like this:

    Me: I have a good idea for converting traffic is it OK?
    AM: Maybe, what is it?
    Me: I'm going to pretend to be a girl and trick dudes into signing up to dating offers so they can try to fuck me
    AM: sounds good man, looking forward to the traffic

    I'm pretty sure that's not the way to go about it, but I'm not sure what to say when they ask what the method is. If I route all the traffic through a landing page do I even need to ask if it's OK since the traffic to my landing page could have come from anywhere?

    like ANYWHERE->My landing page->CPA offer

    The anywhere could be google for all they know right?
     
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    ROFL .. try it n let us know
     
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    The landing page route is accepted, for the most part, by CPA networks. But like the others, I'd ask through skype or something before bringing tons of blanked traffic to your CPA offers.
     
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