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CPA and .info

Discussion in 'CPA' started by BufferOver, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. BufferOver

    BufferOver Regular Member

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    Is ok to submit to CPA network using .info domains? Good chance to get approved?
     
  2. zSpyderx

    zSpyderx Junior Member

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    .com will make you look more professional. I'd say the phone call is most important for most networks.
     
  3. BearyManaLow

    BearyManaLow Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You're better off investing in the extra $5-7 buying a .com. This will allow you to increase your chances getting into a CPA network as well as not waste your time/resources applying to them and getting rejected. Show the CPA network that you mean business and invest the extra $5 to make them see this. Why should they take you seriously if you're going to spend $3 on a business website that is practically your resume? This is IF you choose to submit a website...you can get into networks without a website as well, but I'm telling you as it is. It's possible to get in with the .info as blogspot blogs and other free websites are approved all the time, but they will lower your chances.
     
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  4. BufferOver

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    Guys is one .com domain enough to get accepted?
     
  5. BearyManaLow

    BearyManaLow Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, you don't need multiple domains, just one. I suggest you get a professional template as well for that site or hire someone to do a simple corporate design...should run you around $50-100.
     
  6. lazyentrepreneur

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    I don't think it matters. Just have a flog with a ton of banners from people who have already accepted you and you're in even with a .info. You might not get into every network but if they've got proof you're already in with others and you sound okay to talk to on the phone, then you'll get in.
     
  7. twoj04

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    I would still go with beary here and invest the extra 5 bucks to get a .com, but you are correct about having banners from other networks already and the phone call being important.

    Good luck OP :sombrero:
     
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  8. kingdom

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    no problem .I got accept by hydra,cx,revenue ads,**************,incentreward ,t3lead etc with info domain
     
  9. sagarbest

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    well i signed up with a .info domain and I had no difficulties.. well mostly all the CPA networks focus on you neither on site. But some of them focus on both. I would suggest to go with .com or .net it will be best..
     
  10. Leads Provider

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    Afffiliate networks are not very much after your website looks , design etc.. What matter them is - How good is your website to drive quality leads/signups...
    As stated earlier by others , if your .info site is professional made and if you are able to face the phone call easily expaling all that a nooob can do , you will be accepted with no problem.... same for blogspots and others free extension domains :)