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[???] CPA Offers Question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by keeponrocking, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. keeponrocking

    keeponrocking Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I wonder why all those e-mail/zip submits and usually other CPA offers as well look the same across all networks.
    Similar design, similar buttons, forms. Who creates these offers? Who collects these e-mails? Who profits on the backend?
    Many of those offers are also blocked by my NOD32 when I try to preview them, i.e. considered as spammy/adware/malware shit.
    WTF is all that lol? Really interested to hear what you guys think.
     
  2. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Various advertisers do. Many networks use offers that originate from the same advertiser.

    These days fewer and fewer security firms make the distinction between something that is just annoying and something that is actually dangerous. They just paint everything with the same brush.
     
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  3. keeponrocking

    keeponrocking Regular Member

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    Yeah, I understand that advertisers profit. But who these advertisers are?
    I mean e-mail submit ipad offer looks similar to a gas free card offer and they both
    look similar to a pizza offer and tens more other different e-mail and zip offers with
    a free card for everything, all of them have similar design, same looking buttons, forms, script.
    It seems that there is only one BIG BOSS advertiser promoting all this stuff LOL. Jk, but I don't get it.

    And considering what you say about security firms, NOD32 is actually a very high quality soft.
    I'm using it for a very long time and never ever had any issues. It doesn't block anything you
    don't want to be blocked. Rarely you stumble upon a shitty website with billions of popups then
    it shuts it down. And all these CPA offers redirecting hundred of times when you click 'em are usually blocked as well.
     
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  4. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    Haha no one big boss, just different companies working to promote brands and products. marketlabs.net and i-dealdirect.com are examples of such corporations.

    I see what you are saying about the similar design and layout common among first page submit offers. I guess that's what converts best :)
     
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  5. Fakker

    Fakker Regular Member

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    My opinion is that non incentive offers like email/ZIP submits have been so much abused in the recent past years with iframes etc... that advertisers are putting a lot of flesh on them like redirects, additional popups and annoyances of that kind to make the offer convert just if they managed to collect users info more than once for multiple advertising channels.
    Essentially only few pure email/ZIP submits are still around as most practically end up being 2nd/3rd page submit!

    Result is that the offer converts more hardly for you but chances are that advertisers collected users info at least on the very first page.

    Best result (for them) with minimum effort.
     
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  6. YenSync

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    If you find something that works (converts), then it's easy to scale it, multiply it.
    As for the designs: it's what works best. Look at sales pages. They all look the same too. Because it works !