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Promoting CPA with Facebook?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by 1337Alec, Nov 9, 2012.

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  1. 1337Alec

    1337Alec Junior Member

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    Would anyone be willing to give me an in depth tutorial on how to promote CPA with Facebook? I don't have a lot of money to spend either.
     
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    1) get fans
    2) post cpa links
    3) profit
     
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    1. Gather CPA advertisements that actually pay on a lead or trial basis.
    2. Become a advertiser by creating a offer that can be promoted easily via Facebook or other services.
    3. Set a nice payout that is quite high (you must be earning at least 3x this payout with the completion your offer brings) and grab up affiliates.
    4. Sit back and earn money while affiliates do the work for you.

    Rinse and repeat for various niches.
     
  4. pj413

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    Facebook as a CPA method only really works if you're willing to spend money. Otherwise, it works as a part of another content strategy, but not as a standalone strategy.

    In other words:

    Strategy #1: Paid

    1) Find high converting offers on Clickbank or OfferVault.
    2) Create compelling CPA ads that point to said offer. Consider also building a landing page.
    3) Carefully refine your targeting. Track all your conversions back to the demographics they came from and figure out what's working and what's not.
    4) Stop what's not working, keep what's working, keep split testing.

    Alternatively, you have the free strategy. Note that this isn't a Facebook only strategy, but part of a larger strategy.

    Strategy #2: Free

    1) Startup a website and a brand. Post content to your site regularly.
    2) Start a fan page. Post the fan page on your site.
    3) Post content on your fan page. Interact with fans. Make your page a hub for communication.
    4) Post CPA offers every once in a while, both on your site and on your page.

    The first is faster, but the second is free. It's very hard to try and make money just from Facebook without spending any money though.
     
  5. RedQueen

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    will subscribe update on this thread I was looking for answer to OP questions
    good to know they are still good people helping those who need

    thanks guys just keep posting more info
     
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    sai.coolguy54 Registered Member

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    cant we mask our aff link with tinyurl and comment on fb pages?
     
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    Could you expand on this? Are you saying take already pre existing CPA offers and make them your own? Then become an advertiser with these offers but lower the payout so you make the difference between the actual payout and your payout?
     
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    Would really like to know this as well. Sounds very interesting :)
     
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    When you mention a landing page do you actually mean a review page, cause most of the CB products have landing pages. (or the customers would go from your landing to the product's landing page ?) I'm confused by this.
     
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    A landing page is like lube, it makes the job easier!