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What is the best way for CPA offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by zacc255, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. zacc255

    zacc255 Junior Member

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    Hi guys, so I am kinda new to this whole CPA world and affiliate marketing in general. But I see a lot of potential in it.

    I was wondering, what do you think it's best: create a blog, post articles on it and place a few subtle ads to your CPA offer and then promote your articles, or just spam the sh#t out of it with domain + redirect directly to the CPA offer?

    I'll be doing this through Facebook groups, thank you very much!
     
  2. Bleght

    Bleght BANNED BANNED

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    Well, those are two very different approaches and your decision would depend on what you want to do. If you spam the shit out of it, you will lose Facebook accounts and get your domains blocked like crazy, but it might be worth it if you get a nice net return.

    The other one is a longer game where you would try to cultivate an audience which you'll market to for a long time. It requires consistent work and producing or at least finding high quality content that your audience would want to look at on regular basis.
     
  3. eMonetize

    eMonetize Regular Member

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    I've been promoting CPA offer for over 16 years.

    I heavily promote PPL (pay per lead...lead generation) offers because they do not require a credit card / purchase to complete an offer. So all a user has to do is fill out a form to earn a commission, so conversion rates are typically much higher than offers that require a purchase.

    I favor offers that have a make, get or save money angle / benefit to them. This is what has typically worked best for me and tends to have the broadest mass appeal, so the potential to generate high volume exists. I do promote some other offers, like free sign-ups, free trials and a small number of offers that are purchases. But regardless what the offer is, mass appeal must exist.

    All the traffic is generated through acquiring data (email), as I'm building assets that I then own and can market to, over and over for low cost. Compared to what most marketers do which is to pay for traffic they typically just results in a bunch of clicks and low conversions. Or they spend countless hours on some free strategy that usually ends up not being worth the effort.

    I purchase fresh / targeted data that I know what the users are interested in and I know that a ppl offer exists that matches their interest. I generate real-time co-reg that I target specific ppl offers. I work with aged data, but it is a bit more complex and requires additional tools / resources to do profitably. I also get fresh/targeted rev-share data, which is data that has $0 upfront costs, but you split the revenue generated from it with the list owners.

    The most important thing to understand about purchased data is that it will never be as responsive as an opt-in list that you develop. So you have to compensate through higher volume. Which is fine, because purchasing data is much quicker and cheaper than building your own list. The key is to always collect your opens and clickers and purge the unresponsive user, that way you will build a smaller, but very responsive list. This way you will eventually send less and make more with each mailing.

    Essentially, I monetize data using PPL offers, because they offer the path of least resistance to getting conversions and converting the data into cash producing assets.

    This isn't for everyone and there is more to it, but it can be very profitable. Everyone that I know that is in the business and knows what they are doing, does 6-7 figures. While that's a very large range, much comes down to ones ability to scale and effectively manage the infrastructure that comes with scaling.

    Anyway, something to think about.
     
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  4. Sangram

    Sangram Newbie

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    How are you sending emails because if you buying or sharing list that's against the can spam. so what software do you use to send so many emails?
     
  5. eMonetize

    eMonetize Regular Member

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    I buy data that the users have given permission to receive 3rd party messages. Completely can-spam compliant.

    Very fresh / targeted data I use autoresponders that use shared IPs. That way the IP reputation is based on all the user and you can usually get decent deliverability.

    Data that is aged or not vertically targeted, I use my own custom built self hosted mailer with leased servers/IPs. What you have to understand about sending this way, is that you can't get good deliverability to all domains. This is because you won't have positive IP reputation. So you have to domain target the data based on what domains you can get deliverability to.

    You can actually make decent money sending to the spam folder...if you get high volume of IPs at rock bottom prices. That way your costs are low enough that even with the poor response rate you will get from delivering to the spam folder, that you can still get a good return on your costs.
     
  6. h0noir12

    h0noir12 BANNED BANNED

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    I want to start the email marketing, i can get about 25,000 emails per month. I have some maillist, But i'm totaly new to this world. Should i start with affiliate marketing (clickbank or amazon) or do the cpa?
     
  7. eMonetize

    eMonetize Regular Member

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    Promote PPL (pay per lead) offers.

    There is no credit card / purchase required, so conversion are much higher than offers that require a purchase.

    25K emails per month is tiny, as most users will be unresponsive. So you have to send volume and collect the opens / clickers. The opens / clickers lists that you build is where the money is, because they are the responsive users in the data.

    Also, the business of monetizing data is more complex than you may think. You don't just simply acquire data and attempt to send it.
     
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    Sent you PM
     
  9. h0noir12

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    i can find some great offer online as free voucher (food and beauty voucher ..), and i have a mailist of peoples interested in food and beauty.
    Can i creat some url locker to those offer as pdf, then to win the offer you must complete some survey, if yes what is the cpa network that could offer this?
     
  10. Freja2017

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    I would prefer the 2nd way. Actually I'm doing pretty good at the 2nd way. I'd like to share some experience with you. Skype me: lasermediagroup