Email submit or cpa for tightly targeted niche

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  1. loclhero

    loclhero Supreme Member

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    If I'm pushing highly targeted traffic to my site which would have the better chance of getting a few bucks:

    1 - Visitors click a yes or no poll and are directed to a freebie email submit.

    The upside is that all they do is the email submit and I get my $1.25 or so
    The downside is that I get my $1.25 or so.

    >>>>>>>>>>>

    2 - Since the traffic is targetted, I could use the same poll but then direct them to a cpa offer. It's a 4 page quick submit, totally free but they do have to submit their c/c which is charged after the trial period.

    The upside to this offer is that I get $25/per lead but of course there's that damned c/c submit.

    Or do I just experiment with one and then another?
     
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    Can you split test, a rotating landing page?
    It is easier to get a $1 from a thousand people than it is to get a $1000 from one person.
    IMHO
    But if the traffic is even and you make more with A or B the choice is made for you.
    good luck.
     
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    i might try that but i'm already leaning towards the email submit.
    thanks
     
  4. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    i wud go for 1$ email submit
    bcoz thats quite easier
    if u r gving any freebie at that time if u ask for cc than
    50% of them wont even have to think of it
    they will just close the browser there itself
    and remaing depends on the traffic quality
    still dnt take risk go for 1$ submit