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CPA Networks That Have These Offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by danielgb123, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. danielgb123

    danielgb123 Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I'm looking for CPA networks that have as seen on tv type offers, that allow Google PPC, but also trademark bidding?

    Peerfly has some really good offers, but I don't think any of their offers allow you to do the above.

    Does anyone know a network that does?

    Thanks
     
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    Well peerfly specializes is email/zip submits only I think.
    Private networks like EWA and Profitkingsmedia have lots of offers.

    BTW you can try http://offervault.com and search for your offer.

    Cheers.
     
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  4. danielgb123

    danielgb123 Regular Member

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    Just applied, haven't heard of this one before.

    Any past experience with them?
     
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    you can try Hydragroup
     
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    blackhataffiliate Senior Member

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    C2M has tv offers as well. One thing to consider is that the product/service company sets the trademark bidding decision and not the network, so some offers will not accept trademark bidding on any network.
     
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    abovealloffers.cxm is mostly email but not 100%, they have dozens of on tv offers.
     
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    MoneyMakerMatt Junior Member

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    EWA Private Network has 39 as seen on TV offers but some of them definitley do not allow trademark bidding.
     
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    I get emails from Offer Vault with all of their "As seen on campaigns" have never tested them so I don't know what their terms are on trademark bidding. Worth checking out though.
     
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    The trademark bidding restriction comes from the company originating the offer
    not the affiliate network...


    Even if they don't say it... its pretty much understood...
    that if you bid on the trademark... you are stealing a customer
    from them...



    so just be careful...
     
  11. charliebones

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    100% True. It all depends on the company. Smaller, less known brands are far more flexible than huge companies that have spent millions on their brand equity. I've seen smaller brands allow it because in the end, it's a win-win and they are going to retain the customer in the long run anyway. However, the bigger brands aren't going to pay you for earning with their hard work and investment in their brand.
     
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    jamesyboy Regular Member

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    The bigger brands tend to be very precious about how you can market their stuff and so you're more likely to get a better deal with the smaller, leaner companies.