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Sharecash vs Own CPA?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by roccoobertinoo, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. roccoobertinoo

    roccoobertinoo Registered Member

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    First off, sorry if the title sounds weird. I don't really know how to phrase this the right way. Anyways I've been on Sharecash since Nov 2013 and the payments I'm getting every two weeks are awesome. Although I just read on the Sharecash forum that sharecash gets half of what you make. So if I make $2.00 they'll give me a $1 and keep a $1 for themselves. Is this true?

    I've been told I should have my own advertisements or something along those lines. I never really looked into it since I'm not sure exactly how to set that up, but would it be worth it to figure that out? Let me know please, thanks!
     
  2. roccoobertinoo

    roccoobertinoo Registered Member

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    Anyone have an idea? Anything helps lol.
     
  3. SPQR

    SPQR Elite Member

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    I've found that CPA networks generally have a much greater EPC than networks that are PPD. If you think about it, a CPA network is already keeping a portion of the profits from the advertisers. Then if you go down one more level there are PPD networks like ShareCash, which is just a combination of different offers from different CPA networks. In other words, a PPD network is mostly just the 'middleman' in most situations. Pick a trusted CPA network and stick with it. Tons of CPA networks offer the content lockers and such that a PPD network like ShareCash offers.

    Basically:

    Advertiser ----> CPA network ----> PPD network

    If there are 10% of money taken with every arrow, why have 20% taken with a PPD network when you could make 10% more with a CPA network?
     
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  4. socailking

    socailking Registered Member

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    Go for any legit CPA network. Check CPA network list in BHW
     
  5. PickUp

    PickUp Junior Member

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    That's not absolutely true.
    I'm using sharecash and I tried CPAGrip (big cpa network) they were very good,
    but in the end of the day, belive or not I made more money on sharecash.
    There are some guys you know, they made 20k$, 30k$, 50k$ or over 100k$ on this sites.
    Moreover sharecash (my favorite) or any other ppd network is perfect for beginners, you know there are some forums where they can real tutorials etc..

    CPA Network > PPD Network is not always true, you have to try.
    PPD Network > CPA Network for beginners, forums and there are more simple to use.
    After you learned the basics and you are already making good profit, feel free to try cpa networks.
    Anyway, You'll be able to make great profit on both of them, some guys already made it.
     
  6. VladimirPoutine

    VladimirPoutine BANNED BANNED

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    Already made a split-test with CPAGrip and Sharecash and I double my earnings with CPAGrip.
     
  7. luckydesigner2

    luckydesigner2 Junior Member

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    CPA networks are difficult to get in because they are always trying to maintain the safety of their advertisers.
     
  8. Metroid

    Metroid Newbie

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    ShareCash apparently gets a lot less then 50% of what their publishers make.

    Back in the day they used to shave like crazy because they were a pioneer in the industry, but they had to adapt their policy and provide more to their publishing base and allow them to control the leverage and focus more on volume.