CPA Conversion Rate Question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by BlackHatWhiteHearth, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. BlackHatWhiteHearth

    BlackHatWhiteHearth BANNED BANNED

    Dec 26, 2012
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    Hello guys,
    i did try a method: "[MY METHOD FROM JR VIP] How to make $$$ every day with Twitter + CPA - Targeted Traffic"
    Actually it worked driving traffic, from my observations you can get ~3k clicks per 1M following, not that impressive, but you don't care if your accounts are banned or not. The OP also posted proof of his earnings and i was impressed from his EPC - $0.20

    I promoted similar CPA offer(email submit), the landing page looked good, so i expected to get good results, but ... i got 4 conversations from ~550 US clicks.
    I would like to share the offer, but i am afraid getting banned from the CPA network, so i will try to explain.
    The landing pages has two fields Name and Email, so i was expecting when the person enters his name,email and clicks the submit button i will get a conversation. When the submit button is clicked 3 pages are opened - 2 of them are some surveys and the main page asks for phone number.
    Also i got an email asking for verification. I submit the email without using my tracking code and cleared cookies, so i won't generate fraudulent lead.
    The CPA network doesn't say anything about where the offer converts it says "Name of the offer(Email Submit)"
    My questions are:
    1) when the email submit offers usually convert.
    2) does the email have to be verified

    Your feedback will be very much appreciated. Thank you very much.
    Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year

    PS: sorry cannot post links
  2. ProLion

    ProLion Registered Member

    May 22, 2011
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    Sm0ke w33d ev3ry [email protected]
    1.Depends on the network,but today you'll find that "email submit" instead converts on "registration" means page after email submit or even further :) Usually non-incent offers tend to convert on just an email submit.

    2. No,only if stated like "double opt in"...
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  3. mowens

    mowens Newbie

    Dec 27, 2012
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    Conversion rates will be all over the place depending on your traffic source/quality.

    The correct question to ask is what is your ROI?

    I don't care what my ROI is, but if I spend $1 I want to know how much I'll get back.