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Do CPA companies allow this kinda thing

Discussion in 'CPA' started by skuxta, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. skuxta

    skuxta BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Im thinking about making a site. Which lists CPA offers where people can get free vouchers or DVD's and things ( Depending on what offers are available ) by completing CPA offers. ( The reward they get is whatever the reward of the offer is )

    Do CPA companies allow this kinda thing. A site based on just CPA offers? I was thinking of limiting it to 1 offer a day or something so that people come back everyday.

    Im still a bit new to CPA and need to learn quite a bit. But anyway' any help with my question would be most appreciated.
     
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  2. hanxiansheng

    hanxiansheng Newbie

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    The offers you are looking are called incentive offers. Many CPA networks have incentive offers, when you sigh up a network, you will find out whether their offers are allowed incentive traffic or not. As I know, these CPA Networks have incentive offers: AzoogleAds, CPAEmpire, FluxAds, RevenueGateway, ClickBooth, CPALead, etc.

    Hope this information is useful to you, cheer!
     
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  3. skuxta

    skuxta BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Thanks hanxiansheng. That information is useful. I hate how you need a site to sign up to a Network. I only wanna make my site if I do get accepted.
     
  4. liche

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    Absolutely, it's an integral part of CPA , infact many people make solid cash with incentivised sites, there are even some easy to implement scripts around for making your site with.

    Just make sure if your running offers on your site you only select incentivisable offers from the network.
     
  5. skuxta

    skuxta BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Great. Now all I need to do is get an account lol. CPA companies never accept me. And I wanna get an account before I set up my website so that I don't jump ahead of myself and have it backfiring. I may have to buy an account Im thinking.
     
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    Apply to Commision Junction, they have some CPA stuff on there and they accept anybody, no phone call etc.
     
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    emusketeer Registered Member

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    Thats a good idea ..go for it. There are people who sell them here itself at BHW but simply make sure the seller has reliable feedback and reputation.

    Also search for incentive scripts that have already been shared here. Saves a lot of $$$

    best,
     
  8. skuxta

    skuxta BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I was planning on using Wordpress. With this really nice theme I found. And then just post a few new offers every day or week or something
     
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    I learned that most networks will deny your application when you apply so be sure you call them if this happens. When I spoke to several companies over the phone to get my account approved they also asked if I use any other networks and I told them who I used. Namedropping seems to work well. Having a website with CPA offers from CJ helped too.
     
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    ALWAYS follow up an application with a phone call it will dramatically improve your approval rate. There are lots of networks out there so dont be discouraged if you are declined here and there.
     
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    i recommend you to actually build a website. so the networks will aprove you easier
    also if you live in the us. after you ask for an account CALL them it will improve your chances if you dont know what to say therer are some guidelines here in bhw,

    i wish you luck
     
  12. WorldPeace

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    Just make the site, get some good amount of content, work up with your site alexa rank and then apply and call to ever cpa network you want to get into.

    This is the right way to do it.

    Before calling, have a good knowledge of "how you are going to promote them"

    I mean really good knowledge.
     
  13. skuxta

    skuxta BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Sorry to bump this thread up again. But I have been thinking about this in depth before I fully start and have a few questions.

    Im just wondering how companies can give away free things like DVD's for people only giving them their personal details? Isn't that a 100% loss? Or what do they do with those details. Especially with the recession hitting.

    Also I had asked a few other people around the place about incentive offers. Many of them said it was just vouchers. I just want to clarify. Do some incentive offers have a reward of say Free DVD's ( Or say vouchers in terms of physical paper vouchers ) for just filling in all your personal details?

    On average how much money is made per offer filled out?

    Do CPA companies allow sites based on what I plan doing? Solely based on incentive offers.

    Also I am planning on targeting my country. Are there many international incentive offers?

    Thanks again for all the help you guys have been providing me.
     
  14. 18turbo

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    Companies never give nothing for free.
    They make the money on the backend.
    Lets take like an example the free trial promotions you actually pay a membership fee after free trial period ends.
    That is call a continuity model.
    Some companies have more offers then others.
    I advice you to make a website not related to incetives overs and check the most cpa's out there to see what fits your needs.
    They will ask you in the form if you plan on using incentive traffic and so on.
    The major incentive offers are from usa, maybe a few canada , uk and aus.
    Hope this answers your questions.
     
  15. Ramage

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    In order to get the "Free $500 giftcard" or whatever, the user is required to complete a few more offers which normally charge their credit card. Their details are also (apparently) pre-populated into other submits allowing the advertising to recoup the advertising costs easily.

    Don't see why you only have to use incent offers but these offers range from giftcards to Wii's. Check out offervault.com which basically show you a list of all the offers from heaps of networks and their pay.

    Very little. Around $1.4 a pop, depending on the network and whether you're using incentive offers (which scrub like hell) or not.

    Yeah there are some networks with only incentive offers too. I never needed a website to get accepted into networks, I just say I do Media Buys and Email Marketing and I'm in :)

    Good to see another NZ'er ;) There are no NZ email submits (or international ones, AFAIK), PM me if you wanna do a Joint Venture with other CPA stuff (much more rewarding). I'm from Auckland.
     
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