Looking for a CPA Network that has good converting email submits

Roundhouse

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I been using a certain known network that has a fair amount of first page email submits. I have sent 1,000 legit submits in the past couple days but only 3 have converted.

I am iframing the submit box, but in the iframe code, I am linking it from a legit site that uses this CPA offer as a banner on it.

I am looking for advice on what I can do to increase this conversion rate and if there are any CPA Networks out there that might allow iframing (highly unlikely) and first page email submits.

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Yeah, I know nothing about iframing but I know some of the networks don't convert as much as they should.

Some convert instantly though.

I know lifescript - I had VERY good experience with that offer. Though, it's 50 cents at my network. :/

I suggest switching the CPA offer, and see what converts best - then keep it.

For iframe, sorry - I know nothing about that, and haven't done it.

Just throwing some advice out for ya!
 

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No network allows iframing lol, why would they? They will only get in trouble with the advertisers.

On a second note, you're going to get crap conversions on every network if all you do is iFrame submits, none of these leads will back out for the advertiser and most likely you will be taken off the network/banned from the offer in the long run.
 

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No network allows iframing lol, why would they? They will only get in trouble with the advertisers.

On a second note, you're going to get crap conversions on every network if all you do is iFrame submits, none of these leads will back out for the advertiser and most likely you will be taken off the network/banned from the offer in the long run.

Your last comment, is that because none of the email submits get fully filled out, right?
They don't earn addresses.. They are only getting email address. No mailing addresses.
Correct?
 

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Your last comment, is that because none of the email submits get fully filled out, right?
They don't earn addresses.. They are only getting email address. No mailing addresses.
Correct?

Yes, the advertiser wants their leads to go past the initial submit and into the part where they get the bulk of their money from. If no one gets that far the campaign isn't profitable for the advertiser, they will take you off of the offer or ban you if you were using fraud.
 

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Okay, that's what I thought.. Wasn't sure because I never dealt with iFrames before.

I did use torrents, with CPA - but that's it.
 

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update: I am iframing the email submit plus the second page of the offer. Still 200 clicks just from this afternoon with no conversions. This is my last shot at it. I used Ghost CPA to get the iframe and code
 

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update: I am iframing the email submit plus the second page of the offer. Still 200 clicks just from this afternoon with no conversions. This is my last shot at it. I used Ghost CPA to get the iframe and code

You need to split test because some offers may convert better.
 

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I used Ghost CPA to get the iframe and code

Now you see, I am not very surprised about this.

These days what networks are doing is, just shaving off the bad leads rather than just plainly banning someone.

Hypothetically ( ;) ),what could have happened in your case is, since you're on the usage of ghostcpa, the leads must not be backing out well.

Or just use a different network.
 

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You need to split test because some offers may convert better.

I tested 4 different offers. Sent about 600 clicks and got 4 conversions with iframing the second offer page.


Now you see, I am not very surprised about this.

These days what networks are doing is, just shaving off the bad leads rather than just plainly banning someone.

Hypothetically ( ;) ),what could have happened in your case is, since you're on the usage of ghostcpa, the leads must not be backing out well.

Or just use a different network.

All GhostCPA does, is help my iframe the second offer page after the email submit. This would allow for a better conversion rate since the second page has the information the advertiser wants. There is no way to tell if I used GhostCPA or manually coded the two page iframe
 
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