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I have a fastfood joint going into an amusement park this summer..

Discussion in 'CPA' started by boozie, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. boozie

    boozie Power Member

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    I was thinking of handing out or having on their receipts a website that started with a zip submit that led to a page for the theme park's affiliate offering of getting a year-round pass at a huge discount, earning about $15.00 per. So hopefully, I would get $1.00 for the zip submit, I'd rotate that through several affiliates, and the $15 for every purchase. My spot is the only place to eat next to a roller coaster that had 1Million riders last year. Would this be the way to go? Anybody have any other suggestions? Any help would be awesome...thanks so much.
     
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    looks like a solid plan. just make sure u got good ad copy on the fliers.
     
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    I ran joints growing up on the Carny circuit, there's so many spins you can put on this.
     
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    thanks, will do. the thing I am worried about is that it is an amusement park and if I were them, I wouldn't want to carry around anything I didn't have to. So I'm thinking anything I give them, will get tossed in the can. Luckily I have a very easy to rember four letter .com that I can use for this, and hopefully they will remember it even if they do lose or toss the flyer I give out.
     
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    put a "special code" on it that they must enter in before 48 hours or the thing becomes invalid.. and give them an incentive to do it before 24 hours

    also, have in big letters they must keep it incase they win for proof they were at the park.
     
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    Myself I would focus on the fastfood joint.
    If anyone caught onto your scheme it could upset a customer which is not a good idea.

    If the park gets upset it could be the end of your relationship with the park.
     
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    plouyd: awesome idea, that gives me hope
    noahzark: damn you! you gave me a conscience to worry about! however, I can (with permission I have already received from the park) direct people to our website. I could just cakeslice it for the zipsubmit and put a banner on my homepage for the actual website of the discounted park pass and sidestep all the stuff to worry about, right?
     
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    Why not create a normal website for your customers.

    But offer some sort of prize for filling out an email submit.

    Gather a list then email them with affiliate things they would like related to the theme park like traveling kids stuff etc.

    This way you have a long term customer and can re sell them and make money over and over.

    Possibly give legit prizes away if they go to the site and sign up for your news letter.

    Make sure whatever prize you give away is payed for by including some legal jargin in your rules so you do not have to give out a prize till you have made enough money to cover the cost.
     
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    yeah, I am going to start working on a newer version of our site and cater it more to the parkgoers. I will have a couple of cpa offers on there, enter your email for your chance to win...whatever the offer is. I will look through a few of the different aff companys and see what they are offering and see what fits. I should be able to get at least 1 or 2 hundred a day, I hope at least.
     
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    If they do get mad, just tell them that you rented out space on your receipts to make a little extra money!

    You would never spam your own customers :)