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GPT- CPA? Sponsors?... WTF?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MrsE, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. MrsE

    MrsE BANNED BANNED

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    So If I take over a GPT site (the one I had told you guys previously that was for sale).... how the hell do you get the offers/ surveys onto the site?

    Is there certain sponsors that you sign up with to advertise on your "GPT" site? or can you use CPA shit? like C0P3AC? or [email protected]?...

    Just curious, as to how the "offers" get there...
     
  2. wiredmom

    wiredmom Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You add them from the CPA companies that have Incentive offers available.
    incent reward, copeac, xy7, clickbooth etc., all have incentive offers.
     
  3. bintbiz

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    from cpalead i believe all their offers are incentive. but the payout is not too big.
     
  4. drunkseo

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    you promote cashcrate in your signature, basically copy what they have
     
  5. JelleVDB

    JelleVDB Newbie

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    I could recommend Millnicmedia, I'm currently using them and having good results.
     
  6. wscn007

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    do you get paid by millnic on time for every payment?
     
  7. 15minutes

    15minutes Newbie

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    Working so far with Millnic, Hydra, JAR Media and Max Bounty. All have incetivizable offers. Gadgets and electronics do great obviously.
     
  8. aliskorn

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    I would stay away from milnic. But what do I know :rolleyes: