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How much $ is too much per day for each CPA network?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by supwd, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. supwd

    supwd Senior Member

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    I'm getting leads from social network sites, send them to my landing page, landing page takes them to the CPA offers. The method is all over BHW, I just put a little twist to it :)

    I'm getting tons of leads, I mean thousands of leads a day directed to my specific product niche. If I use an email submit CPA, how much should I limit myself per day? I know I can use multiple networks, but I just want to know whats a safe amount per day? It's now at a point that I can get as many leads per day as I want, all depends how much time I want to put into it, so even if 10% enter their email, that's bank!

    I'm not framing offers or anything, the only thing shady is getting the leads from social network sites, so I'm pretty sure they will convert for the advertiser, but I'm not sure.

    What is your guy's experience with this?
     
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  2. yeahright

    yeahright Registered Member

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    If your leads are legit and work for the advertiser, send as many as you can. If they don't work for the advertiser, sooner or later you'll have to stop - no matter what.
     
  3. supwd

    supwd Senior Member

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    So maybe I should use just one network and see if I get paid? If not, just split it up throughout a bunch?

    I mean, what happens if my auto responder works well and I get 1000 people to sign up a day through one CPA? That's like $1200 a day. Seems unlikely of course, but it could happen if I work a 12 hour day lol. Or Just don't be greedy and do like $100 a day? I hate getting my hopes up, but the leads are kinda convincing me it could be successful.
     
  4. yeahright

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    Well not knowing exactly how you're generating the leads it's hard to give solid advice. If you believe the leads will work for the advertiser I'd go all out and send as many as possible. Talk to your am on the network and organize weekly wires - it's always a good idea to keep in contact with your am's.

    If you don't think the leads will work for the advertiser, I'm not really the right person to give you advice.
     
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    odysseus11 Registered Member

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    The most important thing to watch for with lead gen is shaving.
    You WILL get shaved.
    You have to test and pay close attention. the GOOD advertisers (like many from Max Bounty) will start strong conversion-ratio wise, then quickly drop EPC to a "target" EPC. And yes, Im serious, those are the good ones, so dont freak out when it happens. The not-good ones wont convert at all (well they will be converting for the advertiser, but not crediting you). If you really want to do submits, and they are legit, I would suggest Max Bounty.
    Odysseus
     
  6. Standard Toaster

    Standard Toaster Regular Member

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    You don't have to be worried about getting banned if your leads are converting. If the offer doesn't allow social traffic, just setup a blog and use Brad's CPA redirector. Your network would think the leads are coming from your blog while you rake the cash. If even website promotion is not allowed, just blank the referrer and you're good to go.
     
  7. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    It depends on what you're making now as well. If you go from zero to 2k a day, for sure that'll raise some questions. As long as your leads convert, don't worry to much about it, your network earns money because of you.
     
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    D3lux3 Power Member

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    You can earn as much as you can if your leads are converting, however if they are not this is another deal. Golden rule I would say for blackhat traffic which dont convert really good I would say is $100/day - $200/day /CPA
     
  9. huntersplace66

    huntersplace66 Junior Member

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    I wouldnt worry about it too much...Like the other guy said, they WILL start shaving after you start making some money. If your leads arent converting, then they will pause the offer or close it down (happens to me all the time) but i ALWAYS get paid and thats making $500-$600 a day lots of days. I just plug in another offer once they start shaving too much or they close it down. I just run it into the ground and move on to the next offer and do it all over again...
     
  10. supwd

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    Thanks.... move on to the next offer from the same company? Or you meant find a different network completely?

    You make $500 from just one network, or combined?

     
  11. nzwasp

    nzwasp Newbie

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    Say if you use Facebook and their fan pages or groups - is it against their TOS to put offers on those fan pages/groups - because I see a tonne of those "free wii" type things come along.