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Question about PPD Networks!

Discussion in 'CPA' started by RukzOG, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. RukzOG

    RukzOG Newbie

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    Hey everyone I have a question I hope someone can help me clear up!
    So I understand how ppd networks make their money but what I dont understand is how it works when it comes to taxes.

    So for example an offer is $5 and say you (ppd network) take 10% so $0.50.
    so technically aren't the earnings in your cpa network $5 and say thats taxed at the minimum 10% so your profit cancels out. is the money paid out deducted and then the remaining amount you have left from your 10% on each offer taxed? or what? I would just like to know how that works since I don't know and want to learn how :)

    Any help on this topic would be greatly appreciated :) Thanks :D
     
  2. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I didn't read your whole question but I have got the basic idea of what you are trying to say.

    PPD networks takes their offers from the CPA networks. So let's say the payout of an offer is $1.00. Assuming that the CPA network takes their cut of $0.10 then the remaining amount is $0.90. That $0.90 will be paid to the PPD network. From that $0.90, PPD networks will take their share. let's say they take $0.20, so you will get $0.70 at the end.

    So the results will be
    CPA networks will pay you = $0.90
    PPD networks will pay you = $0.70

    CPA Network > PDD network

    Some people get good EPC and CR with PPD networks but that's just because of the fact that PPD networks automatically optimizes the offers. While on the other hand, in CPA networks you will have to optimize them yourself. Another factor is a good landing page. PPD networks usually utilizes a good landing page.

    Hope this helps.