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Question about affiliates in general

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Jcsarokin, May 6, 2009.

  1. Jcsarokin

    Jcsarokin Power Member

    Mar 2, 2009
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    Los Angeles / Beverly Hills
    So im new to the affiliate marketing deal and i got some questions to straighten some things out.

    1. Are there any affiliates ( on a network ) that only require you to sign up, but not actually BUY something to get payed. Even if the commission on each is like 1-5$ that would be good. I'm trying to do the CL thing and i just dont see how somebody would BUY something as opposed sign up because i tricked them ;).

    If there is, what afiliate network would it be in ( i have CB and CJ right now, but i'll sign up for any of them ). Also what section would they be categorized under?

    Ill update it as i go along if i get another question

    Thanks for your answers in advanced, im just tryna get my head around this before i get started ;)
  2. robbie foster

    robbie foster BANNED BANNED

    Jan 7, 2009
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    All big networks has such offers which are known as free offers. Where people need to sign up for free and you get paid $1-$5 depending upon the information that they need to fill in the form. Like if that advertiser is asking for sensitive information like SSN or tax id will certainly have to pay more commission then the email submit offers.

    Try hydra, NBA, advaliant. They have tons of such offers.

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  3. persyme

    persyme Regular Member

    Dec 19, 2008
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    You can get paid $1-$5 for people to fill in the form, to sign up for free? That sounds great to me. I could post ads for this that will get people to fill these offers out. This sounds too easy, what am I missing?

    How can we know what offers are these "free offers"? Will it say they are "free offers"?

    I gave you a thinks for your post here.

    Last edited: May 8, 2009