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Incentive based CPA program

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by metalan1, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. metalan1

    metalan1 BANNED BANNED

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    Can anyone suggest a good incentive based CPA program?


    Thats all I have to say..lol.
     
  2. trumpinc2000

    trumpinc2000 Registered Member

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    Look at any of the CPA companies, they all have these offers you just have to search.

    Company Suggestions:

    Azoogle

    MaxBounty

    Copeac

    ROIRocket

    CJ, ok but the above are better


    Many More than this, these are just a few of the top.
     
  3. Ruck

    Ruck Guest

    Fuckin stay away from Maxbounty if you are going to do anything remotely shady. They got a sharp ax and a fuckin affiliate manager that leeches forums. I know Advaliant and ROI Rocket are here, I wouldn't be surprised if Maxbounty was here or will be soon enough.
     
  4. wolfmanlv

    wolfmanlv Junior Member

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    Do all these CPA do manual approval?

    They all ask "do you offer incentives" when sign up. Is this a trick question? Is so what's the best answer?

    Also I did get on with Share and wondering if theres an easy way to find CPL that DONT need approval. Everything seems to be merchant approval first.

    Whats the best way to get approval for those that require it? White hat sites or?

    Thoughts and feedback are appreciated.
     
  5. pureprofitz

    pureprofitz Newbie

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    Hey wolfman, pretty much all of the top CPA networks do manual approval. If you tick the "do you offer incentives" when you sign up, then your website should offer incentives to your users, but if you just have a regular landing page, blog, without any incentives, then leave it un-ticked. In other words, CPA networks asking "do you offer incentives" is not a trick question. If you want to run all of the offers a CPA network has to offer than leave the incentives box un-ticked. ;)

    As with Share, I'm not a member of their network yet since I do not have any non-incentive websites. My guess with Share is to have a nice white hat site that you submit when first signing up with them, since I'm guessing all merchants manually approve you. I think after you sign up with Share, you could go ahead and promote your affiliate links through other websites after getting approved from a merchant. I'm not 100% sure though.

    Hope this answers your questions!

    Dan
     
  6. The OA

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    You just gave away the biggest black hat "secret man! LOL!
     
  7. wolfmanlv

    wolfmanlv Junior Member

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    Thanks Dan makes sense to not check it then.

    did not think about it that way.