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Looking to make an incentice cpa site, need help

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Mindslaver, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Mindslaver

    Mindslaver Newbie

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    I just wanted to start out by saying thank you all very much, I have learned a lot in the last few months. Ive been trying a few things in the way of E-whoring/CPA promoting through twitter and a few other things. Nothing really panned out or it just wasn't for me. Ive had a plan that I've wanted to put into action but am not very good at making web sites.

    I was wondering if anyone knew of an easy and or cheap way to get a site built for CPA offers? One that can track members and track what offers people have done with a type of point system? Or a site that is kind of like that that I can just copy and change to my needs? If anyone needs me to elaborate more just let me know. Any help would be much appreciated, I'm very sorry if this is in the wrong section.

    Also if anyone has any suggestions on what else I can possibly do instead of this I'm open to any tips people can give.
     
  2. devilster

    devilster Registered Member

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    FSRevolution is the best script for an incentive page :)
     
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  3. Mindslaver

    Mindslaver Newbie

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    That's awesome, Thank you very much! That's exactly what I was looking for! If anyone else though has anything else they would like to add I would love to hear it.
     
  4. incent

    incent Registered Member

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    Just some advice on starting this us.

    FSR, great script - and there is a new version being released in a few months which has been greatly anticipated. However, don't bother starting a site if:

    - You do not have a niche site to promote incentive gifts for
    - You have no idea on how to market the site
    - You have high offer requirements for your credits
    - You don't give a shit about your customers/enquiries
    - You don't have an advertising budget

    Also, DON'T use PPC, it will get you absolutely nowhere.

    Remember, that you need to have a reason for people to go to you, the market is totally saturated with different startups that are all the same, 2 months down the line they fail. What's more, cash is not made from people that complete the offer requirements - but those that don't.

    In conclusion, unless you have massive amounts of traffic, don't bother with these freebie forums - the people on there are far to clued up to manage to complete the offer requirements.

    Good luck.
     
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  5. bennyb

    bennyb Regular Member

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    I used to run one of the incentive websites back in 07. Frankly i think that incentive model of business is dead.
    For one-too much fraud involved. If you plan on offering cash then most CPA companies wont even talk to you.
    Secondly it will be tough to get USA traffic and most importantly quality one.... You can easily manage to get tons of ppl from vietnam and other countries where 50 U.S cents worth something but again be prepared to deal with lots of fraud and possibly loose your account.
    IMHO not worth the efforts and time spent on it
     
  6. tobiasosllc

    tobiasosllc Newbie

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    Have to argue with you on it. While I think the incentive industry IS dying, there is tons of money to be made. Basic verifications can prevent much of the fraud. In fact a few networks have told me I've sent better quality leads then those promoting via ppc/email marketing.

    I agree, do not offer much cash incentives, but jackpot/point/referral incentives are less likely to receive fraudulent leads.
     
  7. dukeofism

    dukeofism Junior Member

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    If you plan on starting up a cash incentive site, you need to make sure you have a plan set up to send out your first month or so payments (incentives). If you end up having to send out your incentives before you get checks from CPA companies, you could run into trouble
     
  8. humji

    humji Guest

    Do anyone know how much would it cost to hire someone to set up a incentive site ?
     
  9. annd

    annd Regular Member

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    I have incentive site for sale, using fsrevolution. I just don't have the time to promote it. Pm me if interested.