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Giving users a share

Discussion in 'CPA' started by qlithe, Sep 17, 2013.

  1. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    I'm looking for any kind of networks that allows me to give a share of the revenue to users on my homepage.

    I have contacted some but they all seem to be against it.

    Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Thanks!
     
  2. kd19148

    kd19148 Junior Member

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    Then your users will be completing the offer just to make money and the lead would be worthless to the company, why on earth would they agree to this? I mean..lol.. I've read this question over and over am I missing something?
     
  3. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Give them something cool to download once they complete the offer..?
     
  4. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    The offers are not for the users to complete - it's for the visitors visiting my users smaller sites on my site
     
  5. eyerish

    eyerish Regular Member

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    incentivized offers are typically not allowed unless the offer is merely to collect data...such as emails, contact info, etc.
     
  6. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    But where exactly lies the problem?

    Let's say it's an affiliate product; The network, advertiser, publisher and the user on my site will earn more?
     
  7. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    That may be because the user would complete the offer (even if he/she might not have wanted to) because of the incentive. I would have complained too if I was an advertiser.
     
  8. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    Yeah. But not if it's a product you actually have to buy to make revenue?

     
  9. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Mmm not then.. Nothing for the trials?