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Normal conversion rate for email/zip submit offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by bpockets, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. bpockets

    bpockets Regular Member

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    What is a normal conversion rate for email/zip submit offers? 5%, 10%, 20%? Also, is there a certain conversion rate that you want to stay under for most offers to not raise a red flag to the advertisers/networks?
     
  2. bpockets

    bpockets Regular Member

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    Any help here guys?
     
  3. TheCheesePolice

    TheCheesePolice Registered Member

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    I usually go for 1:10. Worked fine for me.
     
  4. twoj04

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    5-20% would be fine. If it won't convert on the backend for the advertiser, then shoot for 5-10%, and remember to spread earnings around.

    Good luck $$$ :sombrero:
     
  5. TheCheesePolice

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    If I keep the conversion rate low, will iFraming still work? Even though you can't put WH traffic into the offer?

    Basically, nothing will convert for the advertiser, but if you switch advertiser on a single CPA account?
     
  6. bpockets

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    If they won't convert on the backend for the advertiser, is it okay to spread the earnings around to different offers on the same network or should you just do like one offer per network and use a number of different networks?
     
  7. skunk1311

    skunk1311 Registered Member

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    Mines currently about 15-16 percent with whitehat methods.

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    If they won't convert on the backend for the advertiser, is it okay to spread the earnings around to different offers on the same network or should you just do like one offer per network and use a number of different networks?
    Different networks pal, you dont want to get banned on one network and lose ALL your earnings.
     
  8. skunk1311

    skunk1311 Registered Member

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    Mines currently about 15-16 percent with whitehat methods.

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    If they won't convert on the backend for the advertiser, is it okay to spread the earnings around to different offers on the same network or should you just do like one offer per network and use a number of different networks?
    Different networks pal, you dont want to get banned on one network and lose ALL your earnings.
     
  9. coachw1

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    5-10 is typically fine.
    although they're email submits though and there's typically not too much to worry about.
    spread it out over multiple networks though.
    rotate networks, and rotate ads within networks.