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Email Submits - What am I doing wrong?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by shadowpwner, May 11, 2009.

  1. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner Regular Member

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    Okay so I'm testing two networks:
    adjal.com
    revenuehill.com

    I want to see if they pay out on email submits, so I enter test them under a proxy (only email, I exit after 2nd page). Fast forward a day. Lo and behold, $0.00 in both accounts.

    Am I doing something wrong?
     
  2. carlennj

    carlennj Newbie

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    Did you clear cookies first?
    Is your offer limited to certain countries?
    Do you or your proxy reside in that country?
    Are you using a real email?
     
  3. Thrashingshrimp

    Thrashingshrimp Junior Member

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    Don't bother with email submits for those two sites. They usually don't work.
     
  4. superbspurs

    superbspurs Regular Member

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    email submits are like porn stars pussies, they get shaved regularly and atm they are being shaved to teh bone. try trial offers.
     
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  5. blackhat50

    blackhat50 Regular Member

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    clearing cookies on a proxie? what are the odds of that really causing conflict, HONESTLY though, or should i say Realisticly , we all know in Theory it could casue conflict but come on, he just said he tested the email submit from a proxie, not that hes been testing it with the same proxie and the same offer

    and thats if hes using a public proxie, far as we know it could be a private proxie
     
  6. grape01

    grape01 Registered Member

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    One other thing. If those email submits require email confirmation, then you will need to click on a confirmation link to get paid.

    So if it was a fake email, then you wouldnt get paid.

    Its very hard to say with just one test.

    HTH
     
  7. xfactornos

    xfactornos Regular Member

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    Trial offers are better right now, plus you get paid more.