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CPA newbie starting out

Discussion in 'CPA' started by RandR, Jun 25, 2009.

  1. RandR

    RandR Registered Member

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    This campaign will mark my first attempt at making money with CPA (using my own tools) =]
    I'll be working with CL email harvesting a bit, but will mostly utilizing Gumtree to promote some UK offers. I'll be using my Gumtree message blasting software to do this.
    So I've done plenty of reading up on money making and CPA offers here at BHW, and I think I have a decent game plan.
    Here's what I'm going to be doing:
    - Apply to a few CPA networks (I've already been accepted for a few)
    - Pick out a niche and a respective offer to promote
    - Blast out a bunch of messages and see what happens

    Now all of my traffic will be coming from emails...how can I protect my ass on the network side? Would I be okay talking to my AM and telling him I'm doing some email campaigns?
    Any other stuff I should do/should be considering?

    I'll be keeping this thread updated with my results for anyone interested =]
     
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    TermsB Senior Member

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    If you ever mention anything about mailing make sure to state that your list is opt-in, and be prepared to answer when they ask where you got your list.
     
  3. jaremore7

    jaremore7 Registered Member

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    RandR, may I ask which is the software you use for blasting messages on Gumtree? Are you , by any chance, thinking of sharing it with the community? It would be great if you did!

    Cheers mate.
     
  4. RandR

    RandR Registered Member

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    Hmmm, I would definitely say the list is opt-in, but would I be much better off masking my traffic then? What's a good way to do that?

    I use a piece of software I wrote. It's available for sale in the BST section =]