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Easy CPA method for students

Discussion in 'CPA' started by TheVegan, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. TheVegan

    TheVegan Junior Member

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    Heres a method I came up with last school year to generate traffic and provide incentive to complete CPA offers. I actually had some success with it too so hope it helps.

    So the method is getting other students at your school to complete CPA offers. And also your going to rank for some longtail keywords. This worked best for me because I combined it with offline marketing, basically put fliers up around your school, and even just word of mouth.

    So heres like a basic overview of what I did

    First I started recording all the answer to homework and tests, this worked particularly well for my online classes because I could just copy and past the text!

    Second, I started compiling all this stuff on a blog. Now the cool thing is people actually search a lot for the exact questions from homework assignments, which are generally the same because teachers (of the same subject) use the same texts. So thats what I mean when I say rank for longtail keywords.

    Teachers have a series of lessons plans that they generally reuse semester after semester. So after you have the answers to tests and homework compiled together and organized in some way, you can say straight up, all the answers to Mr.Phil's World History class, tests + homework here... And of course has to complete a CPA offer to get it :) ...

    You can put fliers around your school, not on campus, unless they are kind of discrete like, just saying, "need help with homework?" , instead of, "Get answers to the test here!!!" or something.

    And also word of mouth, like oh your taking Mr.Jhons geometry class? oh well I have all the answers to the test and homework here, all you have to do is complete a survey. I told people too that I get paid from the surveys, and thats why I have them there, and they were like cool no problem.

    So thats pretty much about it, and if you kept doing this, I think you would be surprised at how much traffic you would start getting because people from other schools, whos teachers use the same text, will also stumble across your answers!

    This kind of lead me into another method too, that I'll post later :)

    If I could give any advice for this method, and for others too, its that offline marketing will help you so much, and pretty much guarantee some results. Its not that hard to print out some fliers and tape them around town, and its alot cheaper than paying for ads on the web or something...

    Hope this helps someone, oh and also I guess I should say, if it's not obvious, you would probably be kicked out of school if you got caught doing this!!!

    Good luck!! Cheers


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  2. Enryu

    Enryu Junior Member

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    A pretty clever method and a unique way to rank for long tails that you know people are actively searching for and a bit desperate for.

    There were definitely times when I was in college that I'd copy a question verbatim into google and hope for the best. The 1 or 2 results that actually had the answers usually wanted me to pay for an access fee or monthly subscription, so CPA offers would have been a welcome alternative! If you can scale this up by acquiring a lot teacher manual editions of texts (which have the answers to every question) and hiring VAs to post up lots of the content, you could probably do quite well with this method.
     
  3. TheVegan

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    Yeah I still do that :)
    Actually there's a bunch of flashcard websites like cram, I can't remember the other ones, but they usually have good answers... but yeah ranking those really really long tail keywords, and the urgency of it, make it very good for CPAs
     
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    this is basically offline CPA and i would always confirm from my afiliate manager if they are even allowing offline traffic for the offer that i am deciding to run...
     
  5. beastien

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    When I was a student all this was free & w/o surveys. Basically, in 80% of my searches I could get a free answer on Yahoo! Answers and that would be that.
    I guess this works better for the more complicated subjects at school/university, where the questions are more "specific" and less likely to be available on Yahoo! Answers.
    Generally, though, this idea definitely has potential for everyone involved with schoolwork. I know from my own experience that just selling notes/answers offline got me money for ramen noodles on more than one occasion. :)
     
  6. PremiumServicesOne

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    I dont see this method doing much. I ve tried similarly on my campus and unfortunetly i got a lot of people but very little conversions. over 3k in my univ at a time