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Email Submit

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lolzita, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. lolzita

    lolzita Registered Member

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    I'm getting into those $1-2 email submit now. I try to test the offer using a proxy.

    When I type my email in the offer and click submit. I'll be brought to next page that asks for my shipping address. I thought the email submit means only ask for email. Do I need to complete the shipping address to get paid?
     
  2. Mp3Mage

    Mp3Mage BANNED BANNED

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    No, you get paid after the email/zip submit

    Some offers do require a submission after second page, but usually they would state that in the description.

    :usa:
     
  3. heiny

    heiny Regular Member

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    Lol..cheating the affiliate :D
     
  4. lolzita

    lolzita Registered Member

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    thanks :) so for instance :
    PHP:
    http://www.holidayrewards.us.com/
    I'll get paid after they submit the email? Do they need to confirm the email? If yes, wouldn't the confirmation email sent after they complete the info in 2nd page?
     
  5. lolzita

    lolzita Registered Member

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    No, I'm not cheating, I'm trying the offer and see how it goes.
     
  6. enrikole

    enrikole BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    it should normally say in offer description if you get paid on 1 or second page.
     
  7. jburrtucaz

    jburrtucaz Regular Member

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    You get paid after the email is submitted. That's why it's called an email submit. Some advertisers may pull you from the offer if you're sending a ton of leads and no one ever completes the second page, but the second page being filled out is not a requirement for you to be paid on regular email submits.
     
  8. safaristyle

    safaristyle Regular Member

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    lol are you planning to get ban from the affiliate network :D
     
  9. lolzita

    lolzita Registered Member

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    Ooo thanks. I try to submit on my own to see whether the network shave the leads. It seems that Co*peac does shave lots of leads...
     
  10. KeijoKala

    KeijoKala Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    LOL you are submitting your own email and blame network for shaving :smashfrea
     
  11. gts6

    gts6 Executive VIP

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    theres nothing wrong with testing an offer out by sending a lead yourself to test it out to make sure its tracking properly. when your done if you feel unsafe just tell your AM to scrub the lead and that you were testing.

    you'd have to be a fool not to test it out and to spend all kinds of time and money to promote an offer that is not going to credit you. networks understand this
     
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  12. Oakley

    Oakley Regular Member

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    gts6 is spot on. I do very little in this area, but I always check my end source of income to make sure it works.

    seems to me this would apply to any marketing endeavor.
     
  13. lolzita

    lolzita Registered Member

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    yep :) after testing you can just contact your AM through AIM and tell him to delete all the leads you generated personally during that period of time.
     
  14. cpaman16

    cpaman16 Registered Member

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    So no one here gets paid to do their own offers... I don't buy that!!