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What do NEVERBLUE ask when they call?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Buliwyf, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. Buliwyf

    Buliwyf Junior Member

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    Neverblue mailed me to give them my number.. and i have
    does anyone know what they ask??
    any questions i should look out for?
     
  2. secretboy08

    secretboy08 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    traffic source
    experience
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    ppc or email?
    do u have suppression lists.
    something about pixels
    part time or full time.
    which other networks are you with
    what other offers do you promote.

    these are some which i cud remember from my phone encounter with them.
     
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  3. JigJig

    JigJig Regular Member

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    They didn't ask me about "suppression lists" or pixels, or whether i was part or full time. They asked about my site and what I've done to promote the site/offers in the past, my experience with PPC advertising, whether i was doing incentivized stuff, etc. Even if you can't answer all of the questions you will most likely still be approved.
     
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    same basically confirming i was a real person :D asked about what other networks i do and revenue.. what offers i would like info about

    Recently my AM changed and a guy rung me to congratulate me on my earnings and to touch base .. however it was like 1am and i was out on piss absoultely wasted ... had to end the convo quick before i let anything slip ;)
     
  5. conxway

    conxway Newbie

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    When they call they ask you to fight the goblin on level 3 in front of the blue door.

    Actually they just ask your about your website how much traffic you get, who else have you advertised for, experience, something about my vertical ect.

    I dude left me a VM but I called back like a week later and got this hot ass chick as my whatever but shes leaves me nice voice mails being like checking up on you haha.
     
  6. stylesb

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    It sounds like this....

    asdfjhasdfjk
    kjasdfhkjasdfaklf
    jkasdhfkljhasdlfkjalksdfj
    kl;asjdflk;asd

    But if you listen REAL hard its more along these lines...

    You have site.
    You market site, yes?
    and site is on world wide web, no?
    ok, approved are you.
     
  7. secretboy08

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    yeah if you are not from US accent is hard to understand.and if you get disconnected for some reason call them back asap.
     
  8. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Was wondering....why not state in the application that you are disabled, mute and deaf.
    And that IM is a gift for people like you since it is so hard to get a decent job in the offline world.
    And that IM offers you the opportunity to make a living without falling back on all kinds of benefits.

    Of course we can't all use this trick to avoid the phone call.

    It will raise some eyebrows if all of a sudden the networks are flooded with applications, all deaf and mute....LOL
     
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    hydroflame7 Junior Member

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    LOL. Man I've hung up on the confirmation call from neverblue 3x, they always sound like a telemarketer =/
     
  10. scubaslick

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    They asked me to put up a page on the site in my profile for them.

    It said, "Hi Neverblue. Can I spend some money promoting stuff now?"

    I got a confirmation email within minutes. :)

    Otherwise, standard stuff.

    Do you do email?
    What's your budget?
    What kind of offers are you promoting with other networks?
     
  11. bl4ck1ce

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    Being from Canada, I pronounce niche "neesh", as opposed to "nitch". After saying "neesh" to a couple of American aff managers and getting "uhh.. what did you say?" as a response, I decided to be proactive and just say "nitch" to the next aff manager I talked to... which happened to be Neverblue.

    I didn't really do much research into Neverblue before applying, I just filled out the form after hearing a few people say they were good to deal with.. so when I got the call from them the next morning, I made sure to say "nitch", and to mention I was looking for offers that I could promote "up here in Canada"... well the aff manager seemed a little confused at my comments, but I attributed that to either my less than coherent answers (they called at 8:30am, I had gone to bed sometime around 5...) or my questions about Canadian offers.

    After I got off the phone with them, I looked at their contact page and felt pretty dumb..... all my Americanizing efforts were for naught. They're not only based in Canada, they're in the same city as me... just down the street from me!

    Anyways, all embarrassment aside, they asked me about my website, traffic levels, my experience with affiliate marketing & internet marketing in general, what other aff networks I'm working with, what types of offers I'm interested in promoting, and how I would promote them. I don't recall if I was asked or if I volunteered the info, but I also discussed several other sites besides my main website that I would use for promoting offers. (I have 80+ domains)

    My traffic estimates were total guesses, and I told them I was only working with CJ when they asked about other networks.. so if I can get accepted when I'm running on 3h sleep, when I made up some of the answers they asked for, and didn't even know they were calling from just down the street.... you should have no trouble getting accepted. :rolleyes:
     
  12. Freddie

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    Unless of course some organization for the deaf and mute is suggesting their members have a look at marketing online if they are having difficulties getting regular jobs.....

    Nevertheless I bet it will still raise eyebrows if there is a sudden surge in applications of deaf and mute people.