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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Zingari, Jan 24, 2009.

  1. Zingari

    Zingari Newbie

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    For reasons that are too long winded to bore you with i find myself with a full back page of a free newspaper for four issues here in the UK with approx 200k circualtion . (I know that this is the size of a small school magazine circulation in US) but free is free... right?

    Ive never run CPA offers before although i have 5 accounts opened.

    My Questions are....

    Would you promote one offers on a full page ?
    Would you promote two offers on half a page each ?
    Would you promote eight offers on a quarter page each? ?
    Would you promote ..etc.. etc.. etc....etc.. etc... etc?
    Would you promote all the same kind offers?
    Would you would you mix different offers for different products/services ?
    Would you promote service? free trials or what?
    Would you just carry on procrastinating and fuck off to bed again?

    Cheers
    Zingari
     
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  2. jammie

    jammie Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    what type of paper is it? You want to target your audience well.

    If it's quite broad, try credit offers. Tough times (well, not really, but thats what everyone believes!) means people are always on the lookout for stuff like that!

    I'd say a 1 full page ad. Adds credibility and doesn't look messy (like 8 offers would)

    Hope this helps!
     
  3. Zingari

    Zingari Newbie

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    Thanks for your reply Jammie, yes its a broad weekly newspaper.
    Full page eh? ,,,thinking about it, i could actaly have two full pages in two issues if i wanted...
    Perhaps other members have tested response from half page to full pages, i wonder if there is a massive difference?