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Create Your Email Submit?? Money Comes From?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by WnrWnrChickenDinner, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. WnrWnrChickenDinner

    WnrWnrChickenDinner BANNED BANNED

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    Hey guys I had a question and Im sure someone here can answer it.


    There are millions of Offers on every affiliate Network. Now I know that all Offers do not directly come from the Company. So just because you see an Apple Ipad Submit doesnt mean it is really from Apple.

    Now what im curious about is where to these people who have no affiliation with a company get their profit from?


    So a random guys creates and Email Submit (advertiser). He Than takes it to an affiliate network and He pays the network a dollar value for every lead that comes in.
    How is this guy getting paid? How is he getting profit? There has to be someone or something on the back end that works behind the scenes that makes him money.


    Can someone give some insight??
     
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    gonzomcribbinz Regular Member

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    Once he has those leads, he either brokers them or mails to them himself.
     
  3. WnrWnrChickenDinner

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    Ok but what if it was a different offer that is not just an email submit? Like a Credit report offer.
     
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    rebills
     
  5. WnrWnrChickenDinner

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    Im still a bit confused. So a rebill you mean a trial.

    But how would someone who created a credit report use a trial to make money if they are not connected to anyone?.. I think im missing something.


    Lets say there is Just a guy who creates a credit report. He decided instead of using an affiliate Network to promote his ad he just decided to let people use it and pays a lot per lead for every conversion they get.

    How is he getting paid? Where is that money coming from that he able to pay high payouts and at the same time make a profit.
     
  6. WnrWnrChickenDinner

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    TruePals? Anyone?
     
  7. havokb8

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    He is getting paid from the sales and rebills. You are able to receive 20 or 30 or 40 for a free trial offer as the first rebill will probably be 49.95 or whatever............They go through their own merchants that handle the billing and then pay them out most of the time.
     
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  8. WnrWnrChickenDinner

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    So for a credit report offer. The guy who had this offer would go to a merchant, someone who can supply the credit report for cheap and maybe is even company that offers more than just a credit report. Maybe they have a Identity protection website that has a credit report included.

    So than The guy with just a Credit report would go to this Company and say Let me promote a credit report using your ability to get credit reports and I will charge for a trial. Now after 30 days he will automatically have it so the full membership begins and it will be a membership to the Identity Website.

    Than a deal would be worked out. So You offer the trial you hope they dont cancel. They than receive a full membership after 30 days to this Identity website that your are affiliated with. So you than work out how much money this Merchant would pay you monthly until this person who paid for the trial decided to cancel the prescription.

    I know I am rambling on. I am still trying to figure it out. Am I on the right track??
     
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  9. havokb8

    havokb8 Guest

    Basically what i'm saying is that the dude if hes a private advertiser needs someone to process credit card payments. Now if he is letting people do blackhat / fraud that processor could not pay him. This happened to me last year and i lost 18k in commissions.
     
  10. WnrWnrChickenDinner

    WnrWnrChickenDinner BANNED BANNED

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    Ouch!

    I get a lot of what your saying but a private advertiser that has a credit report offer. How would he even legally be able to provide a credit report. Where would he even get such a thing?

    I understand about needing someone to process credit cards. So thank you.


    PS: I understand all of this when it comes to other offers. Its just Credit Reports that Confuse me.



    And Thanks :D
     
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    Thanks for all The Hell :D


    Can anyone else help me understand the entire credit report part of this??
     
  12. Whisker

    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    They are getting the credit report data from a backend like experian, equifax, or transunion. You have to work with them and probably an API in order to make this happen it's not something that can just be explained in a paragraph.
     
  13. WnrWnrChickenDinner

    WnrWnrChickenDinner BANNED BANNED

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    Im starting to realize that your right. Its hard to explain in a paragraph. Sucks because I have always been curious about this. Im guessing theres more than 1 way to become or work with an advertiser.