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How to get people for CPS / PPS programs?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by morfi, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. morfi

    morfi Newbie

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    Hello,

    I'm author of the video course concerning the C++ language. I have got a website, shop etc. everything works fine but because website is not known yet i need advertising.

    I was thinking about advertising through CPS / PPS program (pay per sale). I've already programmed everything, accounts for advertisers etc. but I have problems finding them, even tho i'm offering a good quality product and a nice provision.

    Is there a place where you can find people who want to advertise through method like this?

    Best regards,

    Arkadiusz
     
  2. midnight_focus

    midnight_focus Power Member

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    may be you could try clickbank or other affiliate company and then post to related forum to attract affiiates
     
  3. fanthomas

    fanthomas Registered Member

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    yes try clickbank (http://www.clickbank.com/) and commission junction (http://www.cj.com/)

    these sites allow you to setup campaigns where, if the commission for sales is high enough, people will do your marketing for you.
     
  4. ``Yousef

    ``Yousef Power Member

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    Well, you can place a thread in here, ONLY with the permission of a moderator mind you.

    Aside from that, having your own affiliate platform at an early stage probably isn't the way to go. Recruitment driving is pretty hard if you don't have a solid foundation, and where most larger companies usually hook themselves up with top tier performance (affiliate) networks such as Clickbooth, NeverBlue and EpicDirect they all now require substantial upfronts.

    You should probably look to networks such as ClickBank or Plimus who already have a considerable amount of publishers familiar with the platform (I believe ClickBank has more than 100,000, however how many are actually active is debatable), and then branch out making posts on affiliate related directories, some guest posts on blogs, banner ads for affiliate recruitment etc.