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How much to stay under radar?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Dustinb1313, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Dustinb1313

    Dustinb1313 Newbie

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    I have a method that I am using that makes me about 80 dollars per cl ad I post. I am sending the traffic to a gaming site but most people wont convert to paying customers so how much should I limit it to stay under the radar?
     
  2. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    Well certainly not more than your making now. You should join more networks with the same offer or samekind of offer and spread the traffic so you can scale up the method and not lose everything if you get banned in 1 network.
     
  3. Orbit143

    Orbit143 Senior Member

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    Hey, is it possible to find out which networks have certain offer so I can join them? After initial testing I'm promoting ~10 offers right now and they are converting well with my traffic. I'd like to spread it accross more networks to minimize the risks.
     
  4. AdvRich

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    Orbit, hit me up on Skype I'd be happy to talk to you and see if we have any offers that could work for you. :)
     
  5. Dustinb1313

    Dustinb1313 Newbie

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    Go to offer vault orbit
     
  6. dreadnought2020

    dreadnought2020 Junior Member

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    *Cue the million PMs asking for your method*

    Spread it across networks though. The more networks you can join the better. Use offervault and odigger to find other networks with the same/similar offers.

    Also make sure you're not making it obvious where the traffic is from.
     
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    And who the hell are you?? :dunce:
     
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    Why I'm Rich of course.. :cool:
     
  9. Orbit143

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    Thanks for the offervault tip. I have another question - I'm using content locker which after completing the offer doesn't show the content, because there really isn't any. Besides this being unethical, illegall and whatnot, the main problem is some users tend to complete the offer twice, because they are really curious about the content. Is the network going to notice that and question the reasons ?
     
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    everything under 100 bucks is cool, so just keep it steady
     
  11. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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    Orbit,
    As stated in Think and Grow Rich, the amount of money that you earn in this world is correlated to how much you help people. Doing anything against this natural law brings about bad karma. Why attract bad karma when you can earn just as much money doing it correctly?
     
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    Also look out for networks watching for cpa Ip's...this is how they track to verify who's putting in false leads...
     
  14. Dustinb1313

    Dustinb1313 Newbie

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    its not false leads, its people from their homes, they just most likely wont convert after the register.
     
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    It's ok, Karma is stripping in Vegas :D
     
  16. hypefrenzy

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    that's kind of the definition of a false lead lol. i seriously doubt any of the partners want to pay for leads that are not likely to convert because in the end they want as many leads to convert as possible

    now i'm not suggesting to not do it. i think if people are dumb enough to complete an offer in hope of seeing lindsay lohan's snatch then they get whatever comes their way lol

    just pointing out that it is best to cover your tracks as much as possible. i'm learning more and more to take the extra time to do this especially because once i finally find a working method i like to keep it running as long as possible

    keep in mind you can kind of mix the outcomes here. for instance, you can content lock a video or download they want however it may be a youtube video or download that was free somewhere else anyway :D