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The death of Email Submits - Hydra Network

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by toyo, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. toyo

    toyo BANNED BANNED

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    I just got this email from Hydra, as far as I can see, they are all email submits.... Hydra is one of the best networks for first page submits, and these offers are dying :(


     
  2. goins

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    yeah the secret submit and stuff is killing these types of offers
     
  3. fyber_optic

    fyber_optic Junior Member

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    Yeah email submits are dying :confused:
    Pofecker predicted the death of email submit on his blog
     
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    they still have an assload of submits though and offers are going to expire

    no need to say the sky is falling IMO since most people market these whitehat
     
  5. jburrtucaz

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    Email submits expire all the time. They are then replaced with new ones. This doesn't mean they're dying. At least not yet. No need for doom and gloom. Even if they do die out in the near future, make all the money you can from them now and adjust your game plan when the time comes...
     
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    If you had any idea how e-mail submits convert for the advertisers you would realize that they aren't going anywhere.

    Most companies make that $1 to $2 they pay out to the affiliates/affiliate networks back immediately after the e-mail/info submit occurs due to co-reg offers on the backend.
     
  7. toyo

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    can you please elaborate?
     
  8. stunna

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    If the lead is a legit whitehat lead (most e-mail submits are), then the advertiser breaks even almost instantly after the submission due to co-reg offers.

    Just read what a co-reg offer is.
     
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    So so very true. They make large amounts of profit on the back end.
     
  10. fatjack'sblackhat

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    I hope that this isnt the death of email submits. If it is I'm out of some money..
     
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    lol, all ads expire. Those email submits were created by the same people so theyre expiring at the same time. Chances are they will just put them back up...
     
  12. tyrvidar

    tyrvidar Registered Member

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    I love the 'death of' I remember reading in the late 90's 'the death of affiliate marketing'. or the 'death of pay per click', the 'death of ecommerce', the 'death of .com', the 'death of email lists thanks to canspam', the 'death of money', or the 'death of the Internet'

    The sky falls for some people, the others....it rises.
     
  13. jay101

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    It's like a micro penny per lead for the number of companies involved if you think about it, there will always be promotions like this.

    The old bait and switch then "jump through these hoops but you gotta bring two friends in with ya endless loop of lead generation and email capture/it's now ok for me to mail ya my B.S. offer".

    And yes, offers expire and run again. Sometimes for the same per submit, sometimes a little less, seasonal etc.
     
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    To a certain extent I agree with many of you, but I suspect most have no true understanding of the back-end of these offers. I don't doubt that many of these advertisers have some partner arrangements in the co-reg area, but personally I wouldn't pay shit for a co-reg lead, and I'm a dumb marketer, so I doubt the smart guys are paying much more than that. Perhaps they throw a little urine in.

    As with all business models, at the point in time that it is no longer feasible to turn a profit - businesses leave. That's it. Email submits will go away primarilly as a function of illegitimate endeavors and frauds perpetuated by a lot of people. If you are earning most of your money with these in either a BH or WH way currently, you would be well advised to begin leveraging your assets, or you may wake up one day to find your revenue stream gone. That said, there's probably some $$$ left in the model.
     
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    Subliminal messages do work, I scrolled down that page (fast, skimming) and my mind swore it saw the name Pofecker, then I looked and his name was mentioned in a post :), the mind is amazing.

    Oh about email submits, they have been brutally raped and abused sadly so this was expected.
     
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    I don't think email submits are going away, they might start to ask for a bit more than just email, but there are still plenty of offers in the networks. Only time will tell I guess.
     
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    Join Neverblue!!!:cool:
     
  18. BHBodeezy

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    There are many cpas.

    Email submits gone forever... i doubt it, and if so, things just get updated, and last i checked, email submits weren't the only offers out there... :D
     
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    They took down a lot of offers but will be replaced just as quick. Its just how the game is played.
     
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    I have an adult email submit that has to be confirmed for me to get paid. Any ideas to promote it?
    Please PM me.

    Thanks.