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Told to stop promoting an offer?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by bigg_capp, Oct 8, 2010.

  1. bigg_capp

    bigg_capp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Today one of my CPA networks told me to stop promoting an offer.

    The email reads, "Unfortunately the merchant for xxxxxxx - Trial Offer has requested that you no longer have access to their offer as it is no longer monetizing for them"

    Is this because they did not like how I was promoting the offer?

    The CPA network suggested another offer so they werent' upset, I'm just wonderng if I should change my mothodology.

    -Capp
     
  2. Westy10587

    Westy10587 Newbie

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    Have you heard anything further?
     
  3. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Seems your traffic was not converting for the advertiser. Switch to some other offer or network.
     
  4. Moto801

    Moto801 Senior Member

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    Yeah this usually happens when the advertiser realizes that your traffic is not making them any money.

    Don't be afraid to write back to your AM asking for more info. That is their job.

    In all likelihood though, they will just say that they were informed from the advertiser to not let you run their offer anymore.
     
  5. kingn0thing

    kingn0thing Registered Member

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    Yeah, it's not a bad thing really.
    Just get with another offer, and try to find ways to convert my efficiently.

    That's all there is to it.
     
  6. BENNY8877

    BENNY8877 Supreme Member

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    It sounds like your leads weren't converting for the Advertiser
     
  7. amberlamps

    amberlamps BANNED BANNED

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    yup wasnt panning out on the backend. if you blackhatting spread it out heavily and mix with white hat legit leads.

    but no big deal it happens sometimes. but i will write the am to not seem like i was expecting it, just be like " hi i recieved a email to stop promoting X offer but didnt give any details on why, will just like to know reasoning so i can correct and improve my methods so i wont loose out on future offers." or someshit like that
     
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  8. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    if the trial offers doesnt convert well or email submits doesnt converts on 2nd page and your traffic is legit then you are asked to change the offer or stop promoting particular offer
     
  9. bigg_capp

    bigg_capp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ok, Thanks! I feel a little better. I'm "Gray" hatting, so I was a little worried. Hey, they weren't converting for me either!!

    Have a Great Weekend Everybody!

    -Capp
     
  10. jerrycorlisscj

    jerrycorlisscj Regular Member

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    Don't worry, you'll still get paid, just change to another offer and promote