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Network With Good Zip Submits?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by raybes, Aug 23, 2011.

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  1. raybes

    raybes Junior Member

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    I'm looking for suggestions on affiliate networks that currently have some decent-paying zip submits, for one of my current projects (which may or may not have been thought of, it definitely isn't being implemented wide-spread, but if I can pull it off and drive enough traffic I think it is a brilliant twist...)

    It is too hard to sort through all of the offers looking on offervault since most of what shows up isn't actually a zip submit.

    All of my networks only have 1-2 zip submit offers that pay anything worth the effort of sending traffic. I am looking to get together ideally a group of 6 or so offers on several different networks.

    Thanks for any hints, I am sure I am not the only one looking for good zip submits either. It is pointless to bump an old thread since the offers on each network have been changing so much lately (I think because of everything going on with the new FTC regs), or I would have searched around more.
     
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    Send me PM, I have something for you. 1.80 for email submit how does tha sound to you? :)
     
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    I believe I know that network, actually :p

    I specifically need zip submits though, and finding email submits is less of an issue. One portion of my twist is dependent on the offer specifically being a zip submit.
     
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    ^^ its lim*lig****cpa lol but that 1.8 email/zip submits are shaving. Avoid.
     
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    Yesterday I had 19% ctr for one of the email zip submit offers. I'm testing another one which is not converting so good.
     
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    Have you ever been paid yet ?
     
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    Try *******, :) They have a ton of submits all great!
     
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    I am curious if you are just skeptical like me, or if you have actually done any testing with them? We will see since I just started sending some traffic... although it will be hard to get stats from it that would be helpful comparison to many other traffic sources...

    Even if they scrape we could still end up with a decent EPC with such a high rate... EPC matters more than CPA rate in the end.

    Thanks, they do have more zip submits than my other networks. I just wonder how well they pay. I will apply with them later today, they aren't on offervault so I can't scope them out :(.
     
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    He was talking about shaving, if you get shaved you're just getting jipped :p Then it is too hard to get a decent EPC. I think what you're referring to is scrubbed, which advertisers do in order to profit from their offer.
     
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    raybes, I have tested 2 offers of them and yes they are shaving. Gonna try another offers from them and see how it goes.
     
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    No, I am talking about being shaved. Yes we're getting jipped, but regardless of the network I believe there is some degree of shaving going on. If a network or advertiser shaves slightly more, but pays you $0.50 greater CPA on the offer than other networks, things can even out to a comparative EPC even with extra shaving going on. That is what I meant. I suppose it is better to find more honest companies to work with, although even the most reputable companies seem to be having issues lately (again I think it is revenue issues after the FTC regs messed up a lot of advertiser's campaigns) but I will stick to honest traffic if they are an honest network ;) if they are shaving me I can afford to lose the account.....
     
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    Those top networks on the front page of affiliatepaying are all pretty decent and most of them do not shave, although you will get scrubbed if your traffic does not convert but every cpa company does that.
     
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    Hmmm :(

    I wonder if it is the network or the advertiser then... all of those $1.80 submits must be from the same advertiser you would think? So I assume they would all convert similarly (negating the incentives offered on the landing page and the quality of the landing page etc.)... Are you going to try one of the lower paying email submits from another advertiser or another $1.80 offer?

    It feels so hard to find a good honest network with competitive rates right now with even the top dogs like neverblue, maxbounty, and epic direct apparently having issues. I got into the second step of the neverblue application where they want to verify my monthly earnings with other networks before they will even do the phone interview (which is so overkill to begin with) and I have no ambition to even bother with the hassle, after what I've heard from some people lately.
     
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    It's not many cases in where the CPA Network is shaving or the advertiser is shaving when you're in the big networks, they usually make sure people don't get shaved, that's why you see people with HIGH Epc's or the network EPC is high as well.

    If you're not getting converted on submit on the network it's more likely that the advertiser is scrubbing which is completely normal. Normally it shoudl convert on submit and you would get paid right? Well after an advertiser determines you traffic quality, your epc will adjust to their point of profitability, thus if you had traffic that didn't back out for the advertiser, they will adjust your conversion and epc to a point where it is still profitable for them.
     
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    For zip submits try ewa, c2m, and maxbounty. I've had good success with all of them.
     
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    give blackfirecpa.com a try ive been running some of there submits with my youtube campains!
     
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    13,000,000 alexa rank. Wow most legit company I've ever seen!
     
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    there are some high paying zip submits at affillion. Like 3 dollars + but they are insurance submits. Not free ipad offers...
     
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    3.60 for auto insurance zip submit, pm me.
     
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    I will PM you, but there will be no way for you to reply so it is sort of pointless. Post it here then edit it out of post after I reply, perhaps, if you don't want it publicly shared? You need 50 posts to send PMs.

    I am interested because that is a damn good rate for such an easily convertible action so I may promote it separately, but I am not going to use insurance offers for my new idea.