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Email & Zip submit questions....

Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by theconfidenceman, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. theconfidenceman

    theconfidenceman Regular Member

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    the logic behind an email or zip submit is that its a quick way for us to make a few bucks when a person either gives up their email address or their zip code. OK I get that.

    BUT...

    when I researched some of the email/zip offers that are available, every single zip/email submit is actually a long annoying multiple page submission that asks for a lot more than a zip code or an email. They all are asking for name, address, age, income and all sorts of crap.

    My questions are....

    Do we get paid as long as someone enters their "zip code" and all the other info is irrelevant to our earnings? (and the advertisers is trying to get as much info as possible)

    what are some of the best paying, shortest submission programs?

    what network?

    are the bulk of them those silly shopping cards etc?

    Im trying to pick a submit program but none of them are as simple short as I was led to believe...
     
  2. CSalt2

    CSalt2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Theyre paying you to send them real users,

    real users fill out multiple pages.
     
  3. SparkyBlue

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    Wondering the same thing. Trying to find a legit e-mail or zip submit.

    Neverblue for example have plenty. They all claim to be paid on submit, but they
    just don't convert. Absolute crap. Even if you send legit leads (which i try to), whats the use -

    - if people expect content or reward for just an e-mail submit then there is a whole lot of other crap to go through, many legit people just say "screw it"


    So yeah. Any REAL e-mail or zip submits?
     
  4. rejv66

    rejv66 Junior Member

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    I can tell you that it is not so easy to find these offers. I think max bounty has some pure email submits.
     
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    Usually they tell you in the offer, such as first page convert or 4th page
     
  6. tobiasosllc

    tobiasosllc Newbie

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    Adsquarenetwork had about 50 of them, they expired but should be back shortly.
     
  7. tywebb

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    The true "email/zip" submits are out there but hard to find. It takes alot of trial and error to find that ones that actually pay for just the 1st page. They are out there tho.
     
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    MaxBounty has a lot of good email submits but don't screw around with em or they'll ban you.
     
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    Just look for the term "first page submit"
     
  10. SparkyBlue

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    Sadly just looking for "E-mail submit" or "First page submit" doesn't always mean what it says - either due to a glitch or the CPA networks trying to be dodgy.

    I suggest testing via a proxy, or getting someone else to do the offer and seeing if you get credited.


    Remember that some offers need to be checked/verified before they are credited to you.
     
  11. theconfidenceman

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    thanks guys. Will look into the companies you mentioned. When looking thru 0ff3rvault I cant seem to find anything. they all call them email or zip but have about 4 pages to fill out.

    anyone care to refer a specific offer or network that offers true email/zip iow not more than 1 page submit?
     
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    I've actually had some moderate luck with Neverblue's offers. You have to weed through them, but I've made decent money on both email and zip submits. I imagine they'll scrub if your traffic never goes through to the following pages to complete their offers, but I've been paid decently on these first page submits.
     
  13. CSalt2

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    Again, They're not paying you for your 'legit' leads

    They're paying for the user to fill out the email submit and proceed on to page 2, 3, 4 etc.

    IF thats not happening the offer doesnt want your traffic, and you'll be able to tell by how much they're shaving you

    Just because you give some douche on DP 10 cents to fill in their email doesn't make it a 'legit' lead


    They're paying you for REAL customers
     
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    I've had fine luck with Maxbounty and terrible outcomes with Neverblue. I've had good results from Azoogle and bad results from xy7. Just depends, do your research and test some out and eventually you'll find one.
     
  15. lizmoz

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    offervault.com

    quick search there: more than 1700 email submits.
    more than 400 zip submits.

    click to read more -> if it says "pays on the first page", you have found what you're looking for.

    for shaving and scrubbing - well this is the game with these submits these days. adjust, find a way to combat it or do something else. it really is that simple. really.
     
  16. MaxPowers

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    peerfly and clickbooth are two that I use for submits.
     
  17. The Infiltrator

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    Maxbounty zip sumbits worked well for me. But you will need to test a lot.
     
  18. odysseus11

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    maxbounty has decent submit advertisers.
    Watch out, though - they will ALL shave.
    Have YET to find one that doesnt.
    What they do is pay you the correct conversions for the first few hours, then if u watch closely you will see your EPC drift lower and lower until it stabilizes at a consistent EPC after about 24-48 hours. Of course they will deny it, but its absolutely what happens - and THATS on the GOOD ones. There are many advertisers that will rip u off entirely. My own campaigns seemed to always drift down to an EPC of about .02-.03 (after starting at 10X that for the first couple hours). Be careful. there isnt anything you can actually do about it, and there are a few blog articles written explaining why this is so if u google the subject...
    Odysseus