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Two questions :)

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by some rand, Jul 18, 2009.

  1. some rand

    some rand Junior Member

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    Hi all,

    I will get straight to the point...... (yeah, I'd like to know now)

    #1 - When using delayed autoresponder with outlook/gmail do I need to have my computer/outlook on? Or can I turn it off and it will fetch my mail evert 45 mins (the time i set it to)?

    #2 - With CPA offers and trial offers - if the person does not discontinue their 'subscription' and gets billed for the first month do I get some money off that? or do I just get money from the inital lead?

    Just got confused here, thanks people.

    Matt ;)
     
  2. ForeverNever

    ForeverNever Power Member

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    1. I'm not 100% sure, but I believe you'd be ok to shut them off.

    2. You usually only get money from the initial lead. (there are rare circumstances though)
     
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  3. some rand

    some rand Junior Member

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    Cheers :)
     
  4. BigHustlah

    BigHustlah Power Member

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    1) For sure, you would need to leave your computer on. Most delayed autoresponders (outlook, thunderbird, gmailking, trople, ezautoresponder) aren't web-based, so it would need to be running in order for it to send out replies.

    2) You only get paid on the CPA offer when it's completed. Meaning the person could cancel the next day (advertiser won't like you, but technically still supposed to pay you) or keep paying for 50 years, and you will still make the exact same amount.