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What is the other end of CPA offers?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by pasenseoso, May 26, 2012.

  1. pasenseoso

    pasenseoso Power Member

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    I am just wondering what are people are into when signing up for a cpa offer like "free macbook"?

    Are they given macbooks instantly or sell them something like what?


    need answers guys...

    -drey :confused:
     
  2. bornformoney

    bornformoney Senior Member

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    they are not, or maybe they are, depends on the advertiser, who knows.

    It's co regs for the most part. The first page is just to get the user interact, then the second page (get more info for later purposes), third page is where you'd find the offer wall or co regs from two big co reg networks (silver path and game theory).

    Besides all that, they don't really give out macbooks lol
     
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  3. pasenseoso

    pasenseoso Power Member

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    Gee, that sucks... lol

    I've been thinking how on earth these people will be doing signups under my cpa offer links.. :)

    gee, I hardly could get $3 a day with cpa.. hehehe but I'm trying. :)
     
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    Yes, they do give out the gift IF the user completes all the requirements...

    I believe I read this on Luke Klings blog, the affiliate manager from PeerFly.

    Most of the big gifts like $1,000 gift cards require 2 silver, 2 gold, and 2 platinum offers to be filled out. This would give the advertiser more than $1,000 in profit, and then they will purchase the gift card. I'm pretty sure if they didn't send anything, they'd be arrested for fraud.