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Getting paid?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by softmoney, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. softmoney

    softmoney Guest

    Hey everyone,

    I am pretty new to the whole CPA deal, and I have almost signed up for a few CPA networks, but they ask for tax information and such in order to get paid... this would be fine except I assume that most of you guys use multiple CPA accounts with the same CPA network to increase the amount of money you can get paid (because it is probably suspicious to make around $10000 in one account), or am I wrong? How do true blackhatters normally get around this?

    thanks
     
  2. vivalafeva

    vivalafeva Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    honestly the trick to black hatting is to mix it into your white hatting. If you provide $10000 in bad leads then of course they are gonna take your money, but if you spread that $10,000 between 10 networks, you are much more likely to get paid. Also if the majority of your leads are legit and you just mix in 25%-35% black hat leads you should be fine aswell.
     
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  3. softmoney

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    vivalafeva:

    thanks a lot for the reply, so you just have one account with each network is what you are saying?
     
  4. vivalafeva

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    me personally, I have 1 account with about 8 diff networks
     
  5. softmoney

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    ok sounds good... so making around $1000 per month with a CPA network is pretty normal as long as we are talking about white hat leads with about 1 in every 4 blackhat, obviously this number isnt written in stone, but something like that
     
  6. vivalafeva

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    yea exactly, there are def people who do $10,000 a month with one network. But at numbers that high they are gonna wanna know where your traffic is coming from. They might be curios of that anyway so you might wanna have an adwords account or something ready to be able to photoshop to say that your sending real traffic to the CPA. Also I would reccomend blanking the referer on all of your traffic white hat or black hat. Its not uncommon to do so. If they ask you about the blank refferer say that you always blank the refferer as to keep your traffic sources a secret so nobody can steal them.
     
  7. softmoney

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    vivalafeva:

    thanks a ton for all of your advice, i have just one more question though... when trying to get accepted into some of these networks, what is the best way to do so, show my companies website that explains our services, or just one of my random niche sites?
     
  8. vivalafeva

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    the best way to do so is to have a very good site, one can be bought here http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...pa-network-denial-destroyer-starting-7-a.html
    I actually just bought one from him for other ventures, Ive used other sites of mine just with multiple pages of content to get accepted to CPAs. Call them as soon as you apply, they love that. When they ask you where you get traffic from say that most of it is PPC. If you found all this stuff helpful, throw me another thanks. ;)
    Any other questions, feel free to ask.
     
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  9. softmoney

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    hey, another thanks thrown mate,

    and i have a site all ready to go with this template:

    http://www.templatemonster.com/website-templates/21799.html

    or else i would have used this guy, do you think that is fine in terms of my site, or do i need to show one of my actual sites where i would be getting leads from ?

    thanks again
     
  10. vivalafeva

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    no you dont need to show the site that you are getting leads from. You can but as long as you have a site with a lot of content, that looks professional, and you sound professional on the phone you should be good.