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What's an alternative to the game hack/crack niche?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PBNSurprise, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. PBNSurprise

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    I'm doing CPA and game hacks/cracks are the norm. Most people on my network do that, what are some other ideas to promote CPA offers on a ranked website?
     
  2. qazx233

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    I would be interested in knowing the same.
     
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    giveaways?
     
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    Amazed to see how many members were involved in hack/crack niches. One flood and all the mice are out of their holes.

    Also, hack crack is no where near norm in CPA. Haven't seen pioneer sites in legitimate niches racking in millions promoting real CPA offers?

    I guess you are only limiting your statement to setting up content locks for fake stuff. Trust me its like a grain in the sand of CPA.
     
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    Strategy guides for games, ebooks which offer real value, a custom bot which you made and is really worth filling out cpa offer for.. and so on.
     
  6. Bleght

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    My limited experience shows that the people that earn the most from CPA are the people that manage to find an offer their audience would actually be interested in and wouldn't mind singing up for without incentive. Those are the people that make the advertisers happy, and make consistent money for both networks and publishers in the long run.