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Pay Per Lead Dafuq?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by InsanelySane, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. InsanelySane

    InsanelySane Power Member

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    Okay explain this to me in idiot terms.

    I heard pay per leads are better than getting sales like through clickbank because the customer doesnt have to pay anything.

    How do pay per leads work? Customer goes to my site, I send them to affiliate PPL site, they enter there details in opt-in form, I get cash?

    Do they not have to eventually buy something for me to get cash?
     
  2. DanTe_0101

    DanTe_0101 Senior Member

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    PPL offers are generally sign up based, like newsletter sign up, insurance sign up form, trial offer signup, etc.
    These are mostly free offers that doesn't require users to pay.
     
  3. LakeForest

    LakeForest Supreme Member

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    Yes, basically.

    You create a platform for buyers interested in the product you're advertising, they fill their info, and then the advertiser pays you.

    Whether you get paid from just sending the qualified lead, or if you only get paid after the lead converts is something you have to look at in your agreement with the advertiser.
     
  4. InsanelySane

    InsanelySane Power Member

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    Well im seeing PPL affiliate programs for $35 a pop......seems way to easy for me to earn cash if they just have to "opt-in". Couldnt I just put on my site, "click through and opt-in for FREE product"....then direct them opt-in and now im swimming in a sea of green

    The second option is making a sale, then its pay per sale misleading as a pay per lead.