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The Co Reg Thread

Discussion in 'CPA' started by chad362wiley, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. chad362wiley

    chad362wiley Supreme Member

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    I thought I would start this thread because there isn't much (that I can find at least) on this forum about co-regs. So, if you have some information on companies, how it works etc., please post here.

    I personally don't even know what it is, so I'm looking to learn.

    Thanks!
     
  2. senior

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    In the Ol Days it was where you would have a site that had something people wanted like games and lotto type stuff. When someone signed up there would be a list (or even pages) of different things they co-register for. An op-out what where the person signing up had to uncheck the box next to each offer they did not wish to co-register with. op-in was where the person signing up had to consciously check the box to "also receive offers from blah.blah site.

    From what I've seen lately they have gone to more of an opt-in only model where you have an opt-in path. For example: when someone fills in an offer on a content locker they fill in the first page then they get sent down an opt-in path where they end up in many cases confused into filling out several forms to get the prize or whatever. This is where the people paying for email and zip submits make their money back from paying you and the agency for the lead.

    I'm not sure if the old style with the check boxes is still around. I haven't seen it but there again I don't spend any time on the type of sites that used to offer co-reg. I used to buy millions of leads from them though back in the day.

    Hope that Helped. I would like anyone currently in that business to add some input about the current state of that industry. I may jump back in.
     
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  3. chad362wiley

    chad362wiley Supreme Member

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    Yeah I remember bornformoney telling me that most email submits now a days use co-regs.