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CPA Question

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Nerve, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Nerve

    Nerve Newbie

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    I'm setting up an autoblog based on my chosen 'niche' and I was just looking for some clarification on CPA.

    My blog will focus on a certain 'something', now I assume the CPA links on the blog need to be relevant to the content or else NO ONE will click them in the first place. My question is, do you have to source a CPA company that's based on what you're pushing before launching the blog, or can you use any old CPA?

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  2. thetraveller

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    If your blog will be based on micro niche then you'd be better on checking first if you have available campaigns around that. Other than that you can use the old popular offers. On two "x gadget news and reviews" blogs of mine I use standard electronic freebie campaigns which do OK.
     
  3. Nerve

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    Well for example say it's focused on a specific store or shop. Would I need campaigns soley on their items, or can it just be related.