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How to earn from payloadz.com?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by rprabu, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. rprabu

    rprabu Power Member

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    i m a newbie
    i signed up wit payloadz account
    but i got confused wit everythin
    i m not sellin anythin but givin clicks to them from my link

    i want to know how to earn wit tat site
    someone explain me wel pls
    hw wil i get paid n min payout?
     
  2. jakeruston

    jakeruston Junior Member

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    I've been making money from these for the past 4 weeks or so but they've finally suspended me.

    I've just been sending bad traffic through them and getting paid - Eg. paying $10 for 10,000 visitors and then getting around $100 paid every week. I think I've made around... $500 in total before I got banned.
     
  3. rprabu

    rprabu Power Member

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    how did u gav them tat much traffic?
     
  4. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    I sell my own stuff through Payloadz, so that's one way to earn there and personally I've used CB and PDC and like the interface and features of Payloadz over both of them, plus it doesn't cost anything to list your products.

    I also have affiliates who promote my Payloadz products, they get a special link to use from Payloadz (I'm assuming this is what you've been doing), and when someone buys using their link they get credit for the sale.

    I get an email notice on each transaction, and then once per month I login to Payloadz and download a list of affiliates who made sales for me and how much they're owed. I then use that list to send PayPal payouts to the affiliates.

    I don't know of anybody earning/paying just for traffic through Payloadz, so I'm not sure what some of the above comments were talking about.

    You can sell your products there, or promote other's products from there, and make money on a per sale basis. That's it as far as I'm aware of.

    A nice thing about it for affiliates is that a lot of the products listed there are pretty decent, from info products to softwares, and because Payloadz isn't saturated with marketers yet that means there's limited competition out there promoting those products right now. If you're savvy and creative you can use that to your advantage.
     
  5. scb335

    scb335 BANNED BANNED

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    @romeldada, I usually offer between 40% and 50% to my affiliates. It's better than the 75% the best affiliates at CB want to make, and seems to help attract affiliates from Payloadz.

    But really the best method for me was to just ask people if they wanted to earn some extra cash promoting and talking about my product on their blogs. Find people with sites or blogs related to your product niche and approach them.

    Forums are good too. First, build a special page or blog post on your site that describes and explains the benefits of promoting your product through Payloadz as an affiliate. Show poeple how they can signup and get their affiliate links. Mention how they can promote them on their blogs, Web 2.0 sites, articles and etc., then find a forum that's related to your product niche and find ways to talk about your product in threads there, and make sure your signature link is to your page promoting affiliates.

    Normally you would use a signature link to sell your product, but just pick 1 or 2 forums where instead of sales you'll use your signature to recruit affiliates.

    Once you get people selling your stuff, make sure you pay them what they earn. You would be amazed how hard people will work once they see a little coin come in for their efforts, and the harder they work the more you make.

    I've even paid out a few times on sales that were charged back to me, just because the affiliates who sent them have been with me for a long time and I know they're not sending me junk traffic to get over, so I lost a few bucks paying out on a sale I didn't actually get, but kept the affiliate who sends me numerous sales per week happy, that's a good investment in my mind.

    You don't need a lot of affiliates, just a couple that will work hard to send quality traffic to your sales page.
     
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  6. superspiderman

    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Just to revive this thread, does anyone have experience with Payloadz and copywright content? Are they harsh or do they follow the tradebit model?