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Where does CPA Networks gets its offers from?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by twisted_one, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    I am just wondering... There are a lot of CPA Networks out there. What do the Network CEOs do to bring in more offers? I just want to know where from they are getting the new offers like e-mail/zip submit, Surveys, etc.
     
  2. absinthekid1

    absinthekid1 Junior Member

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    Sometimes they use other networks offers, they make their own offers, they actually go out and find advertisers or advertisers come to them.
     
  3. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    I now understand it... that's what the newbie CPA Networks do... Seriously I personally find it very hard to find advertisers to come and join THAN finding leads or making sales Lol
     
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    mil0x Power Member

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    The large networks have advertisers that come to them.. look at CJ for example. Other networks use offers from other networks and gain the profit between the original payout and the payout they're offering you. That's why people always tell you to join Hydra, NB, Copeac, Maxbounty etc. They simply payout the highest as opposed to the second tier networks that are running their offers.
     
  5. Popmania

    Popmania Registered Member

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    Mostly, all surveys and e-mail submits come from companies like Forbes, or AC Neilson who require statistical data to monitor certain things.