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Great CPA eBook????

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Vic123, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. Vic123

    Vic123 Registered Member

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    Hi All,

    Can you tell me what the best ?CPA? tutorial/ebook is? Maybe something that has a step-by-step instructional?

    I?m wanting to try this model of advertising on my sites but don?t exactly know how to go about it.

    Can you recommend the best ebook that will answer these questions (and more):

    1. Can you have more than one offer on a web page? From two different networks?

    2. What is the difference between ?EPC? and ?Rate??

    3. ?Incentive? vs. ?Non-Incentive??

    4. ?Scrubbing??

    5. Adsense on same site?

    6. Etc., Etc., Etc.


    I appreciate your help and direction.

    Thanks,

    Vic
     
  2. muscleteen

    muscleteen Regular Member

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    I think Gauher Chaudhry's Pay Per Click Formula 2 will help you.. Price: $1,397.

    But you can get it free on biztorrents.c0m .. Would have uploaded here, but I'm still downloading the course, and due to my horrible internet speed, I'll be getting it tomorrow. Uploading is going to be very painful.. Lol..
     
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  3. zonecrash

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    good luck finding what you are looking for.

    all the best
     
  4. bizwoman

    bizwoman Registered Member

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    There is a CPA forum here on blackhat world where you can learn a great deal about the basics of CPA marketing. I suggest you start hanging out there and studying the various threads, you have allot to learn. Also, I always suggest that when you are just getting started with CPA that you read Gauher Chaudry's free book "CPA Marketing" here's the link.

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  5. andre09

    andre09 Junior Member

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    1. Can you have more than one offer on a web page? From two different networks?
    A: In MOST cases networks give you freedom on how you promote their offers, even if it meets combining with other networks. Just don't promote adult offers on the same page with their offers.

    2. What is the difference between "EPC" and "Rate"?
    EPC means "earnings per click" or maybe "e" stands for effective; I can't remember. Either way, it basically means how much you earn per click. If you make a $20 sale after 10 clicks, your ratio is 1:10 conversions, and your EPC would be $2 per click, which is a $2 EPC. Rate could mean a variety of things, but usually it refers to how much you are paid comparative to the total cost OR the conversion rate, which I just explained.

    3. "Incentive" vs. "Non-Incentive"?
    Incentive offers mean that you can convince or persuade the lead (the person completing the offer) to do the offer. An example is GPT (get paid to) sites, where the site will promise the visitor a dollar or so to complete the survey. Obviously when someone is paid to complete an offer, the advertiser (owner of the offer) will have a much lower conversion rate than if the visitor had clicked it on his/her own interest. The person will most likely complete the offer quickly and not give a shit about the product itself.

    An non-incentive offer is basically the industry standard, which means that the leads MUST be complete the offers on their own account, and not because of any influence or persuasion. For example, banners on a site. If an advertisement looks good to a visitor, he will pursue it on his own accord and potentially even buy the product, not because he is being paid to do so. Non-incentive offers are the norm, so if you see no indication of either, assume it is a non-incentive offer.

    4. "Scrubbing"?
    Scrubbing is a term that is often thrown around with "shaving". Scrubbing is a legit action by the advertiser (owner of the offer) where they deem a lead is not acceptable (maybe the visitor filled in random stuff or had already done it), so they discredit the lead. Email submit offers are often scrubbed hard, and many people call it shaving instead.

    Shaving is when the advertiser does not credit your lead for no justifiable reason except to avoid paying you for it. Shaving is quite rare on trial offers (offers where they have to actually purchase something with a credit card) compared to free offers (like free dating offers).

    5. Adsense on same site?
    A: Adsense is perfectly acceptable to networks, as from what I know there are never adult adsense ads (could be wrong). Either way, people seem to believe that adsense is an automatic way of generating money, even if it is little. True, you may get a few cents a click, but then you are losing traffic to where they SHOULD be going, which is the much more profitable CPA offers. Obviously there are exceptions to this, like if you have a very high EPC on adsense, but you are asking about CPA so I doubt you want to learns the specifics of adsense.

    In summary about adsense, yes it is allowed with CPA offers, but you will VERY likely lose traffic to $0.10 adsense clicks instead of potentially much higher EPC CPA offers.


    So yeah, I typed a lot but I'm in class right now and really bored.


    ***IMPORTANT*** I really hope you read this part. If you intend to do black hat CPA make sure you realize what you are doing is wrong, and almost certainly theft. People on BHW seem to have double standards and criticize other people's methods because of "morals". This is ironic because those people then proceed to send fake leads or seduce 40 year old men. Do not end up like those hypocrites please. Realize that if you sending fake leads you are stealing and someone is losing in the end, no matter how much you try to justify it. I realize that the stuff I do personally is bad and probably make me a bad person, but at least I acknowledge it. WE ARE ALL THIEVES ON BHW to some degree.
     
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  6. Vic123

    Vic123 Registered Member

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    andre09: What a great response! I am enormously appreciative for your "specific and thoughtful" responses to each of my queries in addition to your extremely candid advice at the end of your post.

    Although I have never used blackhat methods on anything, I have gleaned a WEALTH of whitehat information (and ebooks that I wouldn't have been able to afford) from this forum? including what to do and what NOT to do if you value your personal accounts and stuff. :) So thank you again.

    bizwoman: Thanks so much for the link to Gauher Chaudhry's free ebook? I?ll download it.

    muscleteen: Thanks for your info on Gauher Chaudhry's PPC Formula 2? I will save your information for down the road and good luck on your upload!

    Vic
     
  7. yao1994

    yao1994 Regular Member

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    Spot on. This guy actually realizes it.

    You can also just not do BH CPA. IMO I think "BH CPA" is really fraud, not really BH CPA. People tend to get it wrong. Real BH is more about how you promote the offer. Like SPAM, BH SEO and other types of traffic the advertiser doesn't want. But in the end, your still bringing in real customers.

    Fraud is lucrative, but members on BHW tend to think it's the only way to make $$$. When in fact, real business models bring in more money in the long run. You could work around the clock to make a $1000 for a few months or you could set up a real business that will bring in $100 for years to come. Since the only work you need to do is the setup, you can create more and more projects. So could be scrambling to find the next big scam and cash in on it while it lasts or have 20 $100 long lasting projects while adding more to your list.

    I'd recommend people to have a look at warriorforum, wickedfire and other forums to diversify your views. This is still the best forum ever, but since BHW is getting clogged more and more with ewhoring and other bad methods, reading the other forums will give you an idea for what the real IM business is like.

    I would love to see BHW go back to what it use to be. Good old black hat methods. But whatever, BHW is still awesome. There are still a lot of gems.