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Proper website to get accepted to cpa program?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by iFreakGod, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. iFreakGod

    iFreakGod Newbie

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    Hi blackhatters. Everybody starts CPA somewhere and this is it for me. I have a basic question about the acceptance process for CPA businesses. Do they want to see a website that already has lost of content and traffic or can I just make a professional looking site and make a nice homepage and put a product review or two on different pages and they'll be okay with that. Please pardon my noobyness. I did look in all the stickies about getting accepted and none of them specifically covered the quality of the website/blog you submit in the application process.
     
  2. silsheck

    silsheck Newbie

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    they want to see an honest reason why you want to sign up to their cpa. so you will need something that is already up with content. You dont need a TON of visitors just a few but i dont think they can even tell the traffic you get. good luck.
     
  3. iFreakGod

    iFreakGod Newbie

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    Thanks mate I appreciate the quick response. I also have another question to anyone willing to answer. In this whole CPA thing do you post the ads on your website/blog then hope visitors click them or can you send traffic straight to your ad and skip the website/blog?
     
  4. bhatmatt

    bhatmatt Newbie

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    I too find that being honest (to a point) is the best way to go. I let my affiliate program know that while I have a blog active now I would also be interested in building different sites to promote more products. Also, if English is your first language type in a way that shows professionalism.
     
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    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    Or you can cheat and put someone elses website, claiming it as your own.
     
  6. finerpleasures

    finerpleasures Regular Member

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    just get a domain. an aged one would be better it has to be index, with the name ur applying with on the whois.grab some articles from ezinearticles and post the thier. make a big after the header and put a big advertise here sign in it. apply, don't wait for an email. after a day mail them back telling them u applied. frm thier you have to use ur communication skills to get what u want.
     
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    Hello OP, as another member already told you, simply be an honest person with them.

    CPA companies know there are successfull marketers but also newbies as well, and they also know you have to start from some point. Put up a simple website, and avoid "hype" claims or something that is simply not true. Be honest and speak with them telling that you have just started out, that you are very motivated and that you will need a lot of help from your Affiliate Manager. They are paid to help affiliates making money.

    When I applied to my first CPA company I had: a simple website (neither in english language), a very simple landing page selling a weight-loss product, and TONS of positive motivation. I simply told them that I was just starting out with CPA, that I was reading a lot of reports and that I was needing a lot of help from an affiliate manager. Very honest approach. Simple as that. They accepted me in minutes.

    Hope this helps :)
     
  8. areyes

    areyes Newbie

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    I agree, just be honest. With the first 10 networks I got into, I didn't have a website. I told them what I wanted to do (generate traffic through paid advertising) and they accepted me.