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I am applying to A LOT of affiliate networks

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by alih97, Nov 30, 2015.

  1. alih97

    alih97 Junior Member

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    Hello I am applying to a lot of affiliate programs, this is my first time ever trying to get into an affiliate program. I was being totally honest and just got rejected by three other companies, I am a newbie. I did a search on OfferVault and found a few offers that I really want to promote and I applied to the networks,
    here is one of the response that I received. Do you have any ways that I can answer these questions and get into these networks without being rejected?

    Astoria Affiliate Network

    Dear [My Name],

    Thank you for your application to Astoria (dot) Invoca (dot) Net


    Before you can be approved, I will need you email me (_____________________________) with the following information:


    -How do you drive pay per call traffic?


    -Which verticals do you specialize in?


    -Are you looking for a specific offer?


    -We will need your ACH or Wire details, as well as a signed W8/W9 ( I can send you these forms if you need them).


    -Non US residents will have to submit a photo ID, along with their W8.


    -Which pay per call networks are you currently partnered with? (We use this information as a reference.)


    Please provide your affiliate managers contact name/phone and email address for faster turn-around time.


    -References must have company email address (No gmail, yahoo..ect)


    -Affiliate must have earned at least $250.00 in revenue with the reference company in order to be eligible for a reference from that source.


    -If affiliate is new to ppcall, they can submit two CPA/Traditional Lead Gen networks for a reference.


    Please note, we do not allow the following forms of promotion on the network:


    No Incent
    No Co-Reg
    No Call Center
    No Classified/Craigslist
    No Branded Search/Trademark Bidding
    No Social Media, unless they are paid, targeted ads
    No SMS
    No Direct Linking, unless you have express written consent.


    Thank you!


    HyperTarget Affiliate Network

    Hello,
    I saw that you are interested in HyperTarget Pay Per Call Network. Could you tell me what types of verticals you are interested in promoting and your promotional methods? I will also need you to provide 2 references. Once this process is completed and approved, I can then send you our affiliate agreement and get you setup on the network. Please let me know if you have any additional questions about moving forward.

    Disclaimer:
    HyperTarget Marketing has a zero tolerance policy for fraudulent, incentivized, ?mystery shopping,? pretend, unauthorized outbound call center, or otherwise fake calls with no interest or intent to purchase the product or service being advertised. We heavily monitor calls for our clients and any attempt to deceive our advertisers will result in suspension from the network and a reversal of all commissions. Do Not Cheat. If you need help, we are happy to help you grow your call marketing efforts and advise based on our experience.

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    BTW, if I do get in to these networks. I will be promoting Pay-Per-Call Offers using offline marketing. What do I say to get accepted?



     
  2. Coingrabber

    Coingrabber Regular Member

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    I'm not trying to reduce your enthusiasm bro, but it looks like a site for advanced affiliate marketers. So maybe you could try with normal or beginner affiliate networks, after you have earnt 250$ you could still apply here. What do you think of it?
    Regards,
    Coingrabber
     
  3. Dilettante

    Dilettante Power Member

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    Hello,

    try clickbank: they won't reject you.
     
  4. therealgamer420

    therealgamer420 Junior Member

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    I agree that you should try Clickbank as your test affiliate program before going to the advanced ones.
     
  5. alih97

    alih97 Junior Member

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    Click Bank offers affiliate commissions, on products. I'm trying to do pay per call, so I don't see how that helps me?
     
  6. Dilettante

    Dilettante Power Member

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    Sorry, I didn't notice that you wanted to try pay per call.

    Did you read this thread:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...rk-ringexclusive-com-get-paid-every-call.html

    And you can take a look at this:
    http://www.premium23.com/category/pay-per-call/
    http://www.cj.com/advertiser/pay-per-call


    CJ is an affiliate network where you can be accepted easily (except if it has changed since I went in).
     
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  7. UptonGoodwin

    UptonGoodwin Power Member

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    They will probably want to know where you are planning on promoting their offer. If you already have a really solid plan in place, you might find a company that will accept you, but you'll likely have to give them some details about what you are going to do.
     
  8. cdn_craigs

    cdn_craigs Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You may want to sound a little more experienced. If you cannot answer those questions. You will need to learn the basics first as others have suggested.
     
  9. ChanzGrande

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    What others are not telling you is that if it's your intention to spend money to drive traffic to these offers, and you have no experience in the industry - you're going to lose your shirt. Many people think it's just going to be easy to generate leads for these types of programs. Your plan is to use offline means to drive traffic? Super - how much experience do you have with direct response previously? Have you worked in a call center? Have you created promotional content before? Can you create flyers, pamphlets, leafleats, etc...? Will you be comfortable cold calling people? Have you ever sold 1 single thing to any human being in the world?

    You're in way over your head. Do what the smart marketers recommended, and get some experience under your belt. The reason you can't answer your AM's questions is because you have no plan, poorly thought out your attack strategy, and just want to make easy money. Learn the ropes on something of a smaller scale.

    If you believe your offline lead generation strategies are going to be at low-cost, or no-cost - I can all but assure you that your leads will not convert. You get what you pay for, and doing offline marketing to drive traffic to Pay-Per-Call offers with any success means you need to understand direct response, which I suspect you don't.

    P.S. I was a manager/trainer for major direct response call centers and huge US banks for years, so I understand the nature of both lead generation as well as how this plays into call handling strategies. The best results in this model are on paid media purchases combined with incredibly well written pre-sell/ad copy and the sales copy and greats skill of the operators taking the call. Since you'll only be able to control the first aspect of that, i.e. the media purchases or where the leads come from - it's unlikely an inexperienced operator will know how to write great pre-sell that drives callers who are in the right frame of mind to buy. Learn to sell first - then maybe consider PPC assuming you have some money under your belt.
     
  10. DJPaulyD

    DJPaulyD Power Member

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    You don't need to be a part of 28 different affiliate programs to make money online.

    ClickBank & PeerFly alone have made a lot of people here very wealthy.

    Pick a few good offers from each and do some split testing.

    Make profit & rinse/repeat.
     
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