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Nosy CPA Networks

Discussion in 'CPA' started by lazyentrepreneur, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. lazyentrepreneur

    lazyentrepreneur Junior Member

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    Uh, just wondering if it's all about the AMs you're assigned or if it's networks in general, but one network seems rather nitpickish about their terms and an AM is a little too nosy about any questions relating to any campaign questions. Can someone list the networks that seem overly aggressive about how you drive traffic?
     
  2. Nickehyz

    Nickehyz Registered Member

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    It depends really, mostly all of them could be nosy. You cannot have zero clicks and no leads for a month, then one day start driving in 1000's of leads with many hundreds of thousands of clicks. Bad example, but I'm sure you know what I mean :p
     
  3. jake3340

    jake3340 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Actually you can, I mean if u sign up for a network and never used it and then one day decide to use it thers nothing wrong about that.
     
  4. ipodtouchhackerisher

    ipodtouchhackerisher Senior Member

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    Most of the time if the AM is asking questions its because the offers you are promoting are asking your AM questions. And if your leads are junk "Meaning that they just insert there email and then they are done because its an iframe" then they seem to get a little nosy because its all junk.
     
  5. 7878

    7878 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I always recommend and I have seen countless others recommend -

    Never give an AM your traffic sources. WH or BH. Act outraged. Downright offended. Just tell them you've spent thousands of dollars perfecting your methods and you'll gladly take your traffic to another network before you give them up for free.

    This has never failed me, but no guarantees. ;)
     
  6. madinaz

    madinaz BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Well I know of two networks that have started paying commissions to AM's to weed out BHers. So you need to be extra careful about what you say and what flags you throw up
     
  7. CosmicDebri

    CosmicDebri Junior Member

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    If you've sent the networks decent size traffic, you can always have better luck than if you send them bits and pieces. You can claim you send blank referrers because you are protecting your traffic sources, but you stand a better chance of that if yu have a track record with them already....