Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Therookie, Sep 11, 2008.
Anyone got any ideas making money with popular perfumes?
AdWords ads targeted to perfume names/brands linking to review page with free samples. To receive the sample they have to complete a CPA offer, and of course they never get the sample. Make it seem as professional as possible. Maybe if you rip/scrape basenotes.net articles & site template then edit the content.
Pretty smart man
What CPA offers pay good for this?
Any CPA offer that is free to user and offers you a good payout will do fine.
The best I've found for incentive offers would be EliteCommission.com. Stupidly easy to get accepted into it and they don't really care much where traffic comes from, as long as it's legit. Don't be too afraid to ask for a payout increase either.
Just place an email submit or zip submit, nothing too fancy. Make sure you aren't going just by how much the offer pays out, the advertiser will scrub you hard if you're not careful. I've found the lower payout submits scrub a lot less and have noticeably higher conversions. Start with the low payout ($0.73-$1.00) no-scrub campaigns to test your conversions. A lot of the no-scrub offers are email marketing only so it may take a bit to find a good one.
'...Do you mean genuine perfume or knock-offs?
I like the CPA leads idea..
You could tell your girlfriend she smells like shit.. and tell her to sign up..
It's small clauses like this one that just happen to make my day. gotta love BHW.
Nice idea, will try that later today.
Probably knockoffs my lucky friend living in Thailand
Well if you're selling perfume that's completely different. You could do what I said above and then throw in some price comparisons. Put yours as the cheapest while again making it still look professional. In the reviews maybe you could edit them a bit and say something like "suchandsuch shipped it fast and it arrived in a couple days, I was eager to test it out".
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