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CPA Conversion: How High is Too High?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Blackman75, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. Blackman75

    Blackman75 Registered Member

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    If you are getting the user to finish and click all the way through the offer how high is too high of a conversion rate? I read to keep it between 1-25% in one place but in others I heard it doesn't really matter as long as they are clicking all the way through the offer and its not like 100%. Anyone have any advice?
     
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    as long as your traffic is legit shouldnt have a probelm
     
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    Thanks for the quick answer. By legit do you just mean real people? If that's the case then yeah it will all be legit. I will be using kind of a variation of the Craigslist method but it will be people that really do want the offer for one reason or another. So in that case is there an upper limit? Is using a page redirect so as to hide the source of your traffic ok? I have heard of a lot of people getting their pages stolen or traffic and stuff once someone, even their AM, realizes how they are getting traffic.
     
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    If you are blanking your reffer they will more than likely ask you about your traffic source.
    As your high conversion will through a flag. more than likely they will want to prove quality of the leads before they pay you.
     
  5. Blackman75

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    I won't blank it, although isn't that a common practice? If so I could always say my website and if they ask to see the site I have heard people refused based on not wanting their landing pages stolen. Again I am not going to do that but just asking for future reference.

    Instead what I plan on doing is redirecting through my website and hence they will see my site as the reffer. Is that ok or still going to raise flags? Will conversion matter?
     
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    Common practice is faking the referer so you actually do have a source ;)
     
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    That's what I meant but it sounds like I am missing a step in my description of it? Email with link goes to my site, my site redirects to CPA offer. Is that the right way to do it? Also with all of this in place and people knowing the type of offer they are going to and clicking all the way through lets say 2-3 pages (or however many until the final page), then in that case does it matter how high conversions are? Or will they just say its a valid lead, no red flags and call it a day?
     
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    Check this out: http://www.contentgeneration.org/scparedirector2.1.zip
     
  9. Blackman75

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    I think I have that but really thanks bro. My main question is if I do as I said, redirecting or faking the referer with a redirect (email to user, they click the link, link goes through my legit looking page but instantly redirects to CPA offer so user never sees my page). First of all will that work. Secondly and mainly will my conversions matter at that point. Will having too high a conversion rate, if redirected properly, really matter?

    PS just checked and I only had 1.2, the one you sent was better. Thanks! Still what about my above questions?
     
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