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Email Submit Offers - How to make your own and profit from them

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by wiseguy, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. wiseguy

    wiseguy Junior Member

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    Does anyone know all the ins and outs of making your own email submit offers and how to profit from them?

    I'm really surprised there's not a course out there about this already! (Or maybe there is, but I've not heard of it!)
     
  2. Grandslam

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    Ahaa! I see that CPAT has gotten your creative juices flowing. hahaha. I'm not sure how the fundamental model of email submits work, however it appears to me that they work by having people type in their email for, say, a free purple iphone or what have you, and then once they have clicked submit, they are taken to a page that forces them to fill out another cpa offer (of their choice, usually there's a list of a dozen of them on the page) before they are qualified to enter into the free iphone contest. So say for example they enter their email to win a purple iphone and then choose to fill out the free credit report offer on the list of available cpa offers. So the advertiser of the free purple iphone pays the affiliate $1.25 or so for the email submit lead, but makes $20 off the free credit report from the free credit report company he/she partnered with that the email submit lead filled out on the second page. Hopefully that last sentence wasn't too wordy and made sense. If you need some clarification on what I meant, let me know.

    This explains why blackhat leads for email submit offers are shaved like crazy - the lead finds out they've been had and decide to not fill in their cc for their free credit report/acai trail/movie rental trial, since they realized that the claim that the email submit was required to submit their resume from a cl job ad they responded to was bullshit, through and through. Thus the email submit advertiser doesn't get their $20 comission from the email submit lead, so they don't pay the affiliate their $1.25 comission, since that would be a losing proposition.

    At least that's my understanding of how being an email submit offer advertiser would work.

    Hope this helps Wise.

    GS
     
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  3. wiseguy

    wiseguy Junior Member

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    Thanks Grandslam,

    I was looking for information on more of how we can actually make and profit from our own email submit offers.

    Any scripts out there, etc?

    Thanks again!
     
  4. dvs one

    dvs one Junior Member

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    Build a website with a email submit form on the site for whatever your niche is. Then send them offers based on the niche... Is this what you mean I am confused on the question. You want to make your own CPA offers right? This would be profitable and you actually build your own database which you can mail over and over instead of giving the lead to the network.
     
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    If you are talking about making your own site where people have to complete offers to get a free item, you would need a script like FSRevolution to run the site. Then you could become a CPA advertiser, where others send traffic to your site and you offer $1 or whatever per email submit. Then you can bitch and moan about all the shit leads you're getting! :D
     
  6. whiteninja

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    Hey Bro, You may want to take a look at CPA Tsunami, it has a lot of info on starting your own CPA offers. He seems to know what he's talking about and the course sold for $2,000. It's in the download section. :cool:
     
  7. Grandslam

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    I feel sorry for you whiteninja. Wise knows why :p
     
  8. whiteninja

    whiteninja Regular Member

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    That's good cuz I sure as hell don't. lol :confused: Oh, well