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Looking to relearn the Jedi CPA methods...

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Muviee, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. Muviee

    Muviee Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I have not done CPA in a long time and to be honest have forgot the correct way to do so. I was wondering if anyone would be kind enough to share with me how it works today and how to reap fortunes:p from it with either black hat/grey hat/white hat. It doesnt matter i need to some education on it again. What I actually want is from how you choose your offers to marketing it.

    Cheers:D
     
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    That is like saying you forgot how to swim or how to ride a bicycle.

    Anyways, why don't you start with how YOU used do CPA?
     
  3. Muviee

    Muviee Registered Member

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    I probably exaggerated a little. Is there a link to a source or you guys should could shared it here on what are the essentials i would need to market CPA offers. When i started of used to spam before dont want to do that again. I didnt really know what i was doing then. I want a solid base method of doing it right. If thats too much to ask for. =)
     
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    What is your budget?
     
  5. Muviee

    Muviee Registered Member

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    Is $100 too little?