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question about email submits

Discussion in 'CPA' started by looking, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. looking

    looking Junior Member

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    i've never done email submits but am seriously thinking about it now as one of my options.

    to have a correct accounting of your clicks do they also have to confirm that they submitted it by going to their email or do you get paid the minute they enter their email and hit enter to submit it?

    thanks.
     
  2. Arthas

    Arthas BANNED BANNED

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    you get paid the minute they submit. sometimes its second page submit.
     
  3. looking

    looking Junior Member

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    can i ask what do you mean by second page submits? might be a stupid question but i've never done email submits.

    also off hand do you know any good programs to sign up at?

    so far i'm at cj, clickbank, paydot and such. thanks.
     
  4. Arthas

    Arthas BANNED BANNED

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    second page means they have to submit email and then some more info on the second page. those networks are fine. there is also affiliate.com,ironoffers,xy7,roirocket,rocketprofit,neverblue,hydranetwork,market leverage,primary ads, and much more.
     
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  5. looking

    looking Junior Member

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    seems to me that if all you had to do was submit an email couldn't you use a proxy and a fake email or an email from one of the 2 million email addresses that is floating around?

    seems all to easy or is it?
     
  6. blackhat50

    blackhat50 Regular Member

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    just apply urself and see what works, don't ask questions. people on this site wont always give you the best advice on here. thats a common fact.

    i can either say no don't waste ur time or yes, what do you want us to say? just go do it.
     
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  7. da buck

    da buck Regular Member

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    If you don't have some conversions, they will ban you.
     
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  8. Darknoob

    Darknoob Newbie

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    The advertisers track a number of things that catch lots of people who try those kinds of tricks. You might get away with it once or twice but its not a long term revenue plan.
     
  9. nyxxo

    nyxxo Registered Member

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    email submits suck IMO ive been shaved to crazy hell whenever ive dealt with these offers. like seriously i would have my friends sign up and 1 in 10 would count. all my affiliate managers could say (accross three networks) was "avoid zip/email submits bro"

    class dismissed. lol
     
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    bintbiz Junior Member

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    also some offers need you to reply to a confirmation email they send you so if you are faking the emails you wont get the verification email. and the offer wont convert. so no money.
     
  11. jarruda

    jarruda Newbie

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    I have just started some aff. marketing over at neverblue and the only thing I have used so far is e-mail/zip submit. It has been about five days and so far I am at $70. It will work legitimately as long as you are actually getting unique people/emails.

    I use "friendblaster" to mass message people on myspace and make up a story or two as to why I want them to submit there email. The conversion rate is very decent.

    P.S.
    I highly recomend neverblue.com. They are awesome to work with and there campaigns are just as great!
    P.P.S.
    They have also just added a new cat. to there list of allowed ways to advertise , and that is:
    social networking!
     
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