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Is this doable? cpa offers

Discussion in 'CPA' started by cleverliving, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. cleverliving

    cleverliving Regular Member

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    ok guys i have a nice free offer that i want to build a website around however i need you guys to tell me if it is doable and how i would go about it.. any help would be very much appreciated.

    I have a service that i will do for people when they fill out 12 zip email submits.

    The reason i say 12 email submits is because i know people will go to the trouble for this service and i also need this many email submits to make it profitable for me to proceed.

    i have looked around at many cpa networks however it looks to me that adscend media is has the most email submit offers but i cant figure out how i can get the person to fill 12 of them?

    can you help?

    i was thinking some type of auto responder but even then not sure how to achieve that.
     
  2. ContentCreation

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    It seems you want to incentivize the offers, so make sure your offers allow incentives! Adscend media do allow them on most offers.

    You can open a site using a GPT script? Where people earn points for completing offers and when they earn enough they can redeem for your service!

    Alternatively: (not sure if this is allowed) but you can set up a site with a content locker on it, then have 12 pages and when they complete one offer, have a link saying 'proceed to step 2' then 3, 4, 5 etc etc until they get to 12 .. Just a thought :)
     
  3. cleverliving

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    yeah i dont like the idea of a GPT script as i have used them before and im just not a fan.. however your second suggestion is exactly what i was thinking..

    do you guys know if this acceptable to the cpa networks?
     
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    12 offers? That's a bit much don't you think? You can have them complete a survey or quiz to get more money, but 12 offers is NOT doable.
     
  5. Fakker

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    Agreed.

    Technically you can do it, as Content said, but... 12 offers :eek:

    You will probably get people giving up after the 1st, when they get to know they must do 11 more :D
     
  6. cleverliving

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    the thing is surveys often end in a mobile offer or somthing like that... zip submits are simple and can be done very quickly.

    and the thing is i want my visitors to get this service however i need about $10 to make it worth wild...
     
  7. Fakker

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    I fully understand the situation.

    I am struggling in facts to find a way to easily offer for free stuff that costs more than 4-5$.

    Best ways is really GPT.
    I know this means the hassle to create, maintain and update a DB with points etc... but still, if you think about it, if you were the user, wouldn't you see those 12 offers as something sounding terribly scam?
     
  8. cleverliving

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    hmm maybe i can offer some free ebooks and videos along the way... to the 12 zip submit content lockers
     
  9. Fakker

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    Not a bad idea.

    If you offer something along the way, it would give less the feeling of a scam!
     
  10. GORILLA

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    The problem is that if you want to automatically verify that they have completed the offers, you would need an API/callback to the CPA company. That would be a whole lot of trouble instead of just going with a GPT script. Remember, you don't have to make it "feel" like a GPT site.
     
  11. Fakker

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    He can still use content gateways with only that specific offer on in.

    When done, a link to following step is shown where another gateway is fired and so on.... for 12, long, painful, boring steps :D:D:D
     
  12. Sacrilege

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    You'll need 60 offers for this... 5 for each step minimum because even a good email submit/zip these days is going to convert at 25 percent (if you're lucky) - scrub rates are very high so if you only have 1 offer per step, 75 percent of your users will get scrubbed on the first offer and have no way to move on.
     
  13. Fakker

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    Good point.

    He would then need a (more) tremendous work to add offers manually and constantly check whether those are expired or if new offers are to be added.


    That's why I still consider a GPT necessary.
     
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    C*P*A*Lead have a "currency widget", which acts like a gpt script, but you can add it to any site. People complete offers to earn points, once they have enough points the content they want access to is unlocked.

    It's pretty easy to set up with the documentation they have.

    Great for wordpress membership sites...

    And MGCash have got a currency widget too, so you could spread the offers around a bit by integrating both.
     
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