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Email submits advice

Discussion in 'CPA' started by hatemeta, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. hatemeta

    hatemeta Newbie

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    I have been working on this site CEcash doing email submits but I'm starting to think something is wrong with them... :confused: ( Some submits but not many confirms )
    Maybe it's just my imagination.. these are today's stats.

    623 - raw
    478 - uniques
    47 - submits
    3 - confirms

    Is there any way to know if they are cheating on me? or.. maybe there are better cpa email submits sites? ( I work with adult traffic ) CEcash pays 1.50$ per email and I've made some cash with them but seeing my stats makes me feel like there's something totally wrong. :(
     
  2. hatemeta

    hatemeta Newbie

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    Anyone? please?
     
  3. blackhat50

    blackhat50 Regular Member

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    cecash is legit, i'm sure its your method. how are you telling them to confirm the email?
     
  4. premiumsource

    premiumsource Senior Member

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    Email submits get scrubbed a lot. Some are better than others so try switching your offers and find a couple that convert well.
     
  5. blackhat50

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    well hes getting 1:10 ratio thats not bad, also he has a issue with them confirming not being counted, i've been with cecash since 2005, i highly recommend them to anyone. 2short runs that biz
     
  6. shaqsquash

    shaqsquash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is adult the only source of traffic you work with? The problem is that you can't split test different submits from different sources because there aren't alot of adult email submit providers. Normally I'd split on test various different companies to see which one scrubs least in this way I don't get screwed as much.
     
  7. blackhatjohn

    blackhatjohn Regular Member

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    Can i use DMR to blank the referrer because i read they dont allow mass emailing? I plan to use it with blackhat codebreaker method. Thanks
     
  8. hatemeta

    hatemeta Newbie

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    yeah, i only work with adult traffic, youtube + twitter
     
  9. coreygeer

    coreygeer BANNED BANNED

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    I'm running into the same problem.

    This site used to convert like crazy hell.. I'm guessing there was some changes to the sign up page after the initial landing page. Did they add an age verification form? That would drop the conversion rate by a HUGE chunk.
     
  10. Jcsarokin

    Jcsarokin Power Member

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    Are you getting payed more because they have to confirm?
     
  11. coreygeer

    coreygeer BANNED BANNED

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    No Jcsarokin, it's still $1.50 Per e-mail.

    It's not even a part of their website.

    Ok, when someone enters their e-mail it goes to this "sponsor" offer page that says they've earned Free access and it has an entry space for "Credit Card". At the top though in black text it says "Check your e-mail and confirm" and I'm guessing people aren't seeing that though. People are seeing the credit card entry form on the next page and probably closing it out.
     
  12. lazyentrepreneur

    lazyentrepreneur Junior Member

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    Yeah, I just wondered this myself and tested going through a load of email submits and was completely turned off after a few pages. Seems like many people click and submit email but just give up due to the pages neverending. I am surprised the conversions would go to such lengths. Hey, fill out 15 offers with rebills to get 36-pack of Moutain Dew. YEAH!!! That sounds awesome!1