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How do you find affiliate networks that work with adwords/FB advertisement networks?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by samiejg, Apr 26, 2014.

  1. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    If I plan on using advertising networks like ADWORDS and FB Advertisments. How do I find the actual affiliate network or CPA network that allows it? Is there many that don't? I'm asking on another thread now about whether or not Amazon does, but what about other ones like Commission Junction, Clickbank, etc. Or Web Hosting companies if I were to go straight to one and signup?

    People have mentioned using cloaking.. But wouldn't that be risky? Like... If my affiliate accounts got banned, then I'm screwed right? I can't just make multiple affiliate accounts with the same company can I? I would think I would have to have valid information so that they could pay me.

    Any suggestions for me? I just can't get a grasp on understanding all of this. I'm not too worried about the advertising accounts. I can make fake ones there no problem.
     
  2. auxiliarus

    auxiliarus Regular Member

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    People usually drive traffic from FB and Adwords to their own website, where they have a landing page and a lot of products, maybe a few ads and some email subscriptions available.
    The whole point of IM is to mix everything up without fucking it up.
    Having more than one income source from one site is an art and it works better than any other.
    Mostly you really don't search for these affiliate networks, you just drive traffic to your website and they won't probably even know where these people came from.
     
  3. samiejg

    samiejg Senior Member

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    Using a landing page does sound like a good idea, so I may try that out. Although, I could see it lowering conversion rates. Like having users to click a link on my website saying "get this item on amazon", etc, and then having to add to cart and purchase. Instead of just the purchasing part.

    Are there a lot of people out there though who just do direct linking and don't have to worry about getting banned?

     
  4. djsamzazi

    djsamzazi Newbie

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    great info !!!!!!!!