Discussion in 'Making Money' started by BassTrackerBoats, May 12, 2015.
Now I owe you and Trepanaded!
Thanks for that I'll install that today.
good stuff worth reading....
Do you actually also clone a news brand or do you come up with your own name?
I use my own brand name; you can easily make the site look very "Newsy" with a little bit of work.
Brilliant work Greg - I like your style, as always!
I am guessing the whole thing probably took you no more than 2 or 3 hours?
That's almost $200 return for a few hours work - and it's a stone bonkers certainty it will generate more revenue passively whilst you sleep tonight. Not a bad result by anybody's standards
Guys, if BTB can generate that sort of money in one day, from a standing start, just by doing something as an experiment, in a sphere which as he said, is outside of his expertise - it just shows earning money is not rocket science.
I am not even in IM myself, but when I saw that site I knew straight away that IMers could profit from it - which is why I created the thread. And if a non IMer like me can spot money making opportunities, any bloody idiot can do it
One of these days I am going to have to get properly into IM, because I see opportunities like this on a weekly basis - they are everywhere!
Haha, don't be daft.
How about this - next time you see someone in need on the streets, shout them breakfast and a hot drink
I'm not a big social media guy, do you have tips for finding several groups in your vertical?
I have some question, why do you use your domain and website, when you are using clone script? or you put the links of your landing page in the Clone website... and after sharing they will see the clone website content and once they click they will go directly to the CPA offer or to the landing page?
Can someone explain me how to insert hyperlinks it these clone websites?
All I did was type in the KWs here:
I'm not using the clone script; I'm just using the idea and using my own sites on a WP platform and a News Theme.
Highlight the text and it gives you an option to activate it as a hyperlink is how it works on the site that Trepanated shared with us.
Really, the platform does not define whether or not the income produced is going to be stable. Social media can be just
as long term as an authority website when done properly. This is a great way for people getting started with social media
to get a feel for it and put some coin in their pockets.
The decision as to how long the income last depends on the business model you market via social media.
Really nicely done, this should be a thread where every newcomer asking "teach me a good method to make a few bucks online" is sent to. It's quite simple to set up and it should work for most niches and finally it's a nice example that social media marketing is far from dead .
I joined a ton of groups, but my account got suspended sadly. I'm going to try it with PVA accounts.
Otherwise, I made a few bucks directing most to mobile offers.
I added a little twist to it in which if they click the picture, they'd get taken straight to the offer and if they click the link, they'd get taken to the fake news page.
Not sure if I should do it the other way around, but I'll test it when I get more PVA accounts.
I just kind of feel strange doing the fake news article around a legitimate website.
Great share BTB , I used to do social back in the day but eventually lost interest over it , seems like its time to give it another try
You have to warm the accounts up some before spamming like a kid in a candy factory.
I spent a few days posting innocuous comments, liking people's posts and generally making sure that the admins and others saw my presence as a regular FB user/member before I cranked it up.
I understand all of this apart from the monetization part, am I missing something? You said you place links to your CPA email submit offers in your article and on the ads sidebar, I don't get how this earns you money. Are you promoting CPA email submit offers that are extremely relevant to your article? If I was to do this and use the email submit offers my network offers then my CR would be 0% as no one would complete the offer as email submit offers are things like "win a free iphone".
Are you iFraming the CPA offers? If not I don't understand how you could earn $189.00 from 1000 UV's with only email submit offers, you'd have to have an extremely high CR. Also all CPA networks shave a small percentage of leads so this would knock down your CR even more.
Perhaps I don't fully understand the CPA part of your post. I'm not doubting you, I'm just unclear on your method of promoting the CPA email submit offers.
Good method though, I love social network spamming methods, I use to spam the hell out of YT comments back in the day and that earned me a lot through CPA.
And you have the perfect theme for it if you replicate the site!
That is exactly what I am doing... guy goes to site, guy clicks link, guy fills out offer. The article is information in a salesy kind of way... the reader is being subtly encouraged to click the link and fill out the offer... not like an incentive but more of a gentle prod.
I'm not iFraming at all although there may be some value in that; perhaps using a pop up is not a bad idea as well.
They are presold on FB before they even go to the page and that is how you convert them easier than just an ad on a site:
im also confused with this
Really great post BTB, as someone who has avoided social media and CPA completely, you've inspired me with this post to give it a go.
A question about the offers that you're directing to in the post (having never worked with CPA), what incentive is there for people to hand over their email and name? Is it the chance to win/get something or is it purely informational and how are you conveying the need to fill in those details in your article (if at all)?
When the method was first posted a couple of weeks or so ago, I used an offer for free tickets to an NBA game. (I just gave out a niche!).
This time around I am using something entirely different but they are going to the offer thinking that there is value there for them/something they are getting in return to share their email and name.
That is pretty much how all email submits work with CPA offers and they convert well if they are presold.
There are other ways to monetize this as was suggested above to use CB or JVZoo and I'm sure there are many different other methods as well.
Maybe a slightly different (than the one you answered above), and complete noob question, but is there any problem with payout given how easy it is to fake email addresses? Or is it on the CPA offerer to detect / filter them before completion of the action?
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