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Email Submit Offer with Hydra

Discussion in 'CPA' started by amirsd, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. amirsd

    amirsd Registered Member

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    I am doing an Email Submit offer with Hydra. I am not happy with the conversion ratio. I have almost 100 click counts but only 15 were converted. Only 15% conversion ration ? Is this because people are leaving after they see the first page or the particular offer is eating the money. Has anyone else experienced this. What would be a good way have a better conversion ratio.
     
  2. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    Thats actually a normal, even a bit high, conversion rate for email submit offers. Chances are it will go down even more as you continue promoting it and the advertiser begins scrubbing you.
     
  3. yardyblues

    yardyblues Newbie

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    I agree with stealthisblog. your conversion rates are pretty good
     
  4. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    I would be more than happy with that conversion ratio! As stated above, be aware of the advertiser scrubbing the crap out of you soon...
     
  5. xdemi

    xdemi Registered Member

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    The hydra network?
    I only hear bad stuff about them. (Shite Affiliate managers)
    But BTW your conversion rate is pretty good.
     
  6. superbspurs

    superbspurs Regular Member

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    15% is very good. yes they shave leads like crazy, mainly because they are greedy and also because people send fraudulent leads