Discussion in 'Making Money' started by 2colt5, Dec 7, 2017.
thanks for sharing
I'm still waiting to get paid. It's been more than 2 months already...
I wouldn't recommend using AdWorksMedia for this method. My experience with them tells me that they're full of bullshit.
Any response from support?
Congratulation for your journey.
Tell me how can we start??
step 1 of the guide is a good place to start, don't you think?
I used this method a couple years ago, but with gaming offers. Made a couple grand over the course of 2 or 3 months. But Billy is right -- this is not a sustainable and long-term business. It's a quick and dirty way to drum up capital.
For those of you struggling to get approved by CPA networks -- you have to appear credible. Slap up a company website. And when your affiliate manager calls -- play it cool and speak their language.
Don't apply ONLY to AWM -- there are literally dozens of CPA networks out there. Some of them pay more attention than others. If you're running crappy traffic (and you will be) and the leads aren't backing out -- some networks will just look the other way.
I used Indeed to post the job opportunity. I haven't been over there in a couple years -- I imagine they've tightened the screws a bit -- to protect against guys like us. But there are a ton of websites out there where you can post for free.
As far as CTR and getting your 'applicants' to take action? You need to QUALIFY them every step of the way. This will build anticipation and desire. In your posting, say things like "need to be a self-starter", "seeking the right candidate", "computer must be up to specifications", etcetera.
Here's something else -- don't automate. Personalize. Put their name on your email reply. Compliment them on their application, initiative, resume, whatever.
Last thing: Don't send everyone to your offer. Choose only the stupid ones. Choose the applicants with poor grammar and spelling, with no punctuation or capitalization. Choose the resumes of people whose only experience is bagging groceries... If you send the affiliate link to a guy who worked as a programmer for Google -- what do you expect? He's going to see right through you.
Bottom line: This hustle (and every other hustle) requires smarts, imagination, and adaptability. And god love ya -- most of you don't have those traits, so you haven't a prayer.
But good luck!
What exactly makes this traffic a „crappy one“ ?
How do those networks consider this traffic as crappy ?
The quality of traffic is often tied to user intent. Our user, in this case, is filling out this survey because he wants a job. Not because he's buying into whatever is (eventually) going to be pitched by the advertiser.
Therefore, this traffic is ice-cold. It's crappy.
Well, the advertiser isn't going to like that -- because the leads are not 'backing out', meaning they don't convert on the back end. Hence, it's crappy traffic.
Good traffic would be when the user knows exactly what they're getting into -- and they want to hear from the advertiser, and they may even spend $$.
This traffic is warm and fuzzy -- these leads are primed to convert.
How do the networks evaluate your leads? Any number of ways, but the final arbiter is the advertiser's feedback. Keep them happy, and they'll keep paying for leads.
this is a really nice idea,is it still working?
After three months waiting to get AWM finally denied it.
Wasted my valuable time with them. Really dissapointed...
If anyone tries to do this, don't use the CPA network OP recommends.
Traffic from this method is just very bad, you wont get paid by cpa-networks
i will defiantly try
i will try this - thank you
Nice tips mate !!
At first, this method seemed like an ideal method for a beginner, but then I realized that if you just simply send an affiliate link to all the people who contacted you it won't convince them actually completing the surveys and being an active user. This is the main problem in the long run. Pretty sure It`s much better trying to convince people actually start working with the offer you promote. For example, you can introduce yourself as a manager and say that you`re only interested in people who are actually interested in completing surveys and being active. The main goal is not only to make them submit their e-mail or whatever but also is to convince them to be active after registration.
Quite very good for starters, difficulty lies in finding traffic for these links
I know this is an old thread but i'm curious to see if this actually works. Have you had any success with it?
curious if anyone tried this and found success? I think the advise from @CylonJim is worth in gold.
I feel this is short term method, but still....want to get more info....
Thank you very much
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