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Promoting "Bad" products

Discussion in 'CPA' started by HarrisonHill, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. HarrisonHill

    HarrisonHill Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    So I started searching for some CPA products to promote. So what I'm doing is searching for product name and read honest reviews from real people. After searching first two pages of CPA offers of one CPA company, I found that all of them were scam or near-scam products. People leave very bad reviews about them. For example, ahh bra - google it and read reviews. People who bought it, say it's bad. And same applies to almost all products in CPA networks. I don't really like promoting scam products, or products which aren't worth money people pay for it. Same is with clickbank, I found only 2-3 good products after days of research.

    Seems like the only choice to get good products is to go to cj.com and promote authoritative products, but cj has low commissions.

    So what do you think about this guys? Do you care about your leads and what they are paying for? Or you just don't care and all you think about is getting sales?
     
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  2. BRAIN_PAIN

    BRAIN_PAIN Junior Member

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    Well, I think the best move is to stick with the 2-3 products that you have found and sell them. Do you have good results and sales with those products?
     
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    thetraveller Senior Member

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    thetraveller Senior Member

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    I think those with junk products want to make a bang on the short term and the run and that's it, unlike trusted sources which can last a lifetime.