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Is there anyone on here who has created their own CPA offer!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by jlukaz, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. jlukaz

    jlukaz Newbie

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    Is was watching cpa tsunami, and was amazed at the concept of creating my own offer, and he was using the networks.. I was wondering if there anyone here has actually created their own offer, and what they experienced (results).. I have a few bh ideas for offers, looking for a mentor to critique the concept..
     
  2. ``Yousef

    ``Yousef Power Member

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    If you're thinking that you can run somehow blackhat offers across some top tier CPA based networks, I wouldn't. First off, you need to figure this not as "oh yeah, lemme swing some offer on a few CPA networks", you have to look at the bigger picture.

    The CPA advertising model is one of four main types; CPM, CPC, CPA and fixed cost, and delivers the least risk to you as you only pay an agreed price when a particular action (sale/lead/call) occurs, yada, yada, yada - anyway.

    In the CPA network space, you now have another junkie duo jumping on HasOffers and creating their own network every two days, thinking their going to strike it rich, and probably a fair portion thinking it's some kind of "method" as oppose to a proper business, at least I've seen a few retarded HasOffers networks like this in the past.

    You want to try and reach the top tier CPA networks (assuming your not using CPA companies which run completely in-house campaigns), as they probably control 90% of the publisher base.

    These are networks like; Neverblue, Epic Direct, COPEAC, Hydra (*was bought out due to financial trouble apparently, and closed a bunch of affiliate accounts) etc. Between them I'd imagine they have above 100,000+ publishers or so. However, they also (I'm pretty sure) demand that you pre-pay with them aswell, so you need to cost that in (probably around $5k min per network).

    Now, drawing back to the idea that you have "a few bh ideas for offers", depending on what your definition of black hat is, could be a ridiculously stupid move. If you consider email submits somehow black hat due to the fact they don't deliver to the end user what they say they do, then that's one thing. If you're thinking of ripping off users in some obvious way, prepare to get a stick launched up your ass by the FTC.

    Drawing back to a basic standpoint, no offence at all intended, but by the fact that you say the following; "amazed at the concept of creating my own offer, and he was using the networks" (don't really know what "the networks" is supposed to mean, assumed that you meant CPA networks), you probably don't have the funds to even go into this.
     
  3. yamahafzr

    yamahafzr Regular Member Premium Member

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    More like 10k minimum per network. It's a rough game. Make sure you know your shit.
     
  4. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    wait are you trying to run a network
     
  5. jlukaz

    jlukaz Newbie

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    No, not trying to run a network, trying to create offers as a advertiser.. and @``Yousef , i was saying that I was amazed at how he was using the networks to build his business and rapidly generate sales... as far as ripping off users, not at all..

    More like create offer that's a simple 1st page submit with a small payout, that gives away a free product, but to open the product they have to get a code, from a website with a content locker.
     
  6. jlukaz

    jlukaz Newbie

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    and thanks everyone for the financial aspect of the business, that is a lot of cash!!
     
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    JesusBack Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I've down every path.. running a cpa network, running a cpa offer all the good stuff. Between owning a small time private cpa network and being an advertiser at a big network, being the advertisers has shown to be the most profitable.
     
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    classifiedcaptain Regular Member

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    Its a good route, but you'll need some money to invest for sure.
     
  9. absinthekid1

    absinthekid1 Junior Member

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    To be honest I don't think they'd accept an offer like that. They're usually pretty strict in the type of offers they allow.
     
  10. jlukaz

    jlukaz Newbie

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    could you PM me detials about the network you own.