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[Guide] How I got approved with cpa networks.

Discussion in 'CPA' started by igntl, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. igntl

    igntl Registered Member

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    ok I keep seeing people asking the same question over and over so Heres my guide on how I got approved...

    1. Go sign up to which ever affiliate network you're trying to join.

    2. Website field: just put any of your websites, blog, which ever doesn't matter if its not setup. On the description just put I am a ppc marketer and will build seperate landing pages suitable for the offer i will be promoting..

    3. fill out the rest..

    4. wait for a phone call or call them up (in my case they called me the very next day)

    5. Again just explain to them that you are a ppc marketer and will create landing pages towards the offer you will be promoting, If they ask what kind of offers you have promoted just say Zip submits and email submits and freeiphone offers. (thats what i did).

    6. If they ask if your currently with other affiliate programs just name a few such as if your signing up for neverblue just say your signed up with azoogle, rocketprofit, millnic media etc etc.

    7. most of them are friendly as hell.. just be friendly you will most likely be approved. (be confident).


    Done! thats exactly what i did.. in my case it wasn't a lie since i do use ppc to promote cpa lol.
     
  2. macchiavelli

    macchiavelli Junior Member Premium Member

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    Also make sure you mention that you have allot of money to spend on campaigning for their offers, that seems to always work.
    I never had problems getting into any cpa company besides azoogle because they wont accept people from my country:(
     
  3. Xcptn

    Xcptn Registered Member

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    what's considered spending "a lot of money" in media buying? I usually stick with free advertising so I don't even know what's a good number to throw out there. $1000 a month?
     
  4. The Lazy Pig

    The Lazy Pig Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Stating that you're spending thousands of dollars on PPC works well for me. Have been approved by all affiliate networks that I've signed up so far.
     
  5. BuzzKill

    BuzzKill Executive VIP

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    Imply you have been focusing on other networks and would like to move a nice sized chunk over after you see things are on the level. If you politely treat them like they need you more than you need them, you can have an open dialogue with an affiliate manager without them wondering why you haven't started throwing 1000 leads a day at them. Unless you can of course.
     
  6. igetmoney

    igetmoney Newbie

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    This has been discussed quite a bit.

    Seems people have different strategies for getting accepted, and they mostly seem to work.

    Just be personable and tell them what they want to hear and your in. Simple as that.