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Email Submits?!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by blank_jack, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. blank_jack

    blank_jack Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I was reading a lot on CPA lately and I am thinking of starting a venture, combining some methods I read about here on BHW.

    And because I am a total noob and have no experience I do like some of the basis.

    I made a stupid wordpress site and put some shitty content (image gallery) on it and put a banner that goes to a CPA (Email Submit).

    I drove some traffic to the website, then I asked one of my friends who is in the USA to go to the website, click on the CPA and fill it in. He did enter his email address, which lead him to Page2 where his contact details were. I checked my CPA account and my balance was still 0.

    I then asked him to proceed and fill in his info, he did (gave me screenshots too). 24 hours later I am writing this post and scratching my head asking myself - what happened?!

    I was not credited for the offer, despite he went all the way, and it was supposed to be an email submit.

    Can anyone shed some light, as I would like to know more on what my visitors have to do to complete my offers and unlock content etc. etc.

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. eysiojo2

    eysiojo2 Junior Member

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    This is the question. What is your network?
     
  3. blank_jack

    blank_jack Registered Member

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    I was using incentivize.com .. So the CPA should have concerted on the first page submit right?
     
  4. cashcrateaddict

    cashcrateaddict Elite Member

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    It could be a couple of things. One, his info was probably already submitted to the advertiser. They don't credit emails they already got. Also, they want to profit from their emails, so even if he wasn't already "in the sysytem" they don't always pay for every submission. They probably pay 50% or so.
     
  5. blank_jack

    blank_jack Registered Member

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    I asked him to use one of my email addresses, so that he does not get spammed on his own, so it was 100% not submitted before..
     
  6. clickhat

    clickhat Registered Member

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    An email submit most of the time isn't what it actually sounds like. Read more.
     
  7. blank_jack

    blank_jack Registered Member

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    There is not much on the topic actually... mind sharing what exactly do you mean?

    Thanks!
     
  8. clickhat

    clickhat Registered Member

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  9. eysiojo2

    eysiojo2 Junior Member

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    Maybe, because the offer requires more something than an email submit even though the network says its an email submit.
    I have a network with an email submit offer, but requires to finish page and page 3. and I say. WTF?
    Try to use other networks man.
    Maxbounty and Peerfly is good with email submits.
     
  10. MrSkouty

    MrSkouty Newbie

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    I swear most email submits scrub.
     
  11. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    Tryadworkmedia they have some great offers whoch really converts on 1st page.