Discussion in 'CPA' started by kaizuk, May 27, 2013.
how do i join these, what dos it do?
Cost Per Action = CPA
"CPA is an acronym for Cost per Action and refers to "ads" that are sold on the basis that money is only given when a certain action occurs because of the ad. A CPA ad could be one in which a publisher gets paid for people that click thru an ad and sign up for a newsletter or enter a contest or fill out a form for more information on a product. Many consider direct sales or Cost Per Sale ads, and CPC ads to also be a form of CPA. But CPA usually refers to being paid for leads, sign ups, and so on."
http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f50-cpa/ READ EVERY STICKY, EVERY RELEVANT THREAD AND POST.
Why bother starting a new thread? Come on, how hard is it to do a simple search, either here or on Google.
People... don't entertain this idiotic OP.
Just see his stats - JOIN: 16 May 2013. 74 fucking posts.
Do a search on all his post and it's all stupid questions... obviously trying to inflate his post count.
He created this thread, which will be added to the mass of other useless threads, but I will not let this space go to waste if someone has the misfortune of stumbling across this thread when conducting a search, only to find no information, and be discouraged from further searching.
This thread had a question, and now it has answers and worth, regardless of OP's banality.
CPA = Cow Powered Automobile
Cost Per Action.
For example, you have a large CPA (cost per action) - you pay 14 rep/post.
this guys above are just fooling you... CPA is cost per aquisition , when you buy something the cpa company pays you double that amount, so if you buy a 10$ product they pay you $20 and u profit $10 , awesome or not?
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