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Cpa That Helps

Discussion in 'CPA' started by EmailMaster, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. EmailMaster

    EmailMaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Im looking to get back into CPA offers. Been doing Clickbank for a while made good money just bored of it now.


    Im looking to get back into Adult and Diet. But the last few AM's I had were of no help to me at all.

    They couldnt help me with the latest offers, my questions, what offer is working better ect..

    If anyone knows a good cpa company with awesome AM please let me know thanks.

    The thing that made me laugh was if im making money your making money too.

    If im not making money then ur not making shit all either. So I rather give me time to a company that is willing to help.
     
  2. eMonetize

    eMonetize Regular Member

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    I've been promoting CPA offers for 15+ years.

    I heavily promote PPL (pay per lead) offers. There's no credit card required, so all a user has to do is fill out a form for me to make money, so conversion rates are typically much higher than offers that require someone to purchase something...make a sale.

    I favor offers that have some financial positioning...have a make, get or save money angle to them. They overall have performed the best for me and tend to have greater mass appeal, so the potential to produce high volume exists.

    There are many offers that pay $20-$60 per lead (some higher depending on the vertical) that work well on a front-end campaign. Offers that pay less and even ones that require a sale, I will send on the back-end once I'm at break-even or have a profit.

    There's no one best network for finding good PPL offers. You just have to sign up and see what they have to offer. Also, a lot of times a network will have private offers and you may never know, unless you ask.

    Anyway, I just thought I would toss that out, since your just getting started back up and may not be committed to anything specific.