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How can i choose a survery that gives me 2-3$ payout?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by xstyle, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Hi. Im a member om ******* dot com.

    Now, i want to get the surverys that gives me 2-3$ for each Cost Per Action.

    But how can i take this offers and upload on my site?

    If i go to widget - creat widget (then i will get bad surverys) that dosent give me much $.

    What to do guys? How can i choose which ad that gives me most payout? Thanks
     
  2. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Guys, anyone who can teach a newbie? I can help you with WH / BH SEO, give you baclinks, give you FB Fans or what ever you want to...
     
  3. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    Change the formula to strictly EPC.

    The default is automatic, of course your getting to need really good traffic to convert these offers and that may not be worth it depending on your case.

    If you're talking about CPA lead that is.
     
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  4. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Yeah bro im talking about CPA lead.

    Don't heard of EPC before. Im a member of *******.com . I Have fb sites with over 40k likes and sites with over 100 visitors a day that wants to make surveys to "win" product, so where and how can i start bro? tell me a great guide? i have search the whole day and im just finding crap if im going to be honest.
     
  5. romerro

    romerro Newbie

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    yeah I am trying to figure this out too, can someone explain his findings about this topic?