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why its so hard to get approved by networks?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by wscn007, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. wscn007

    wscn007 BANNED BANNED

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    always got their emails saying WE REGRET TO DENY YOUR APPLICATION...

    almost make me annoy!

    how to get accepted easily?
     
  2. mtime88

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    best way to get accept is to make or buy a quality site...
     
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    My first question is how many of them have you talked to on the phone? You'll be approved in seconds if you simply call and talk to them and act like you know what you're doing.
     
  4. deth_by_uv

    deth_by_uv Power Member

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    Yup, you need a legit looking site and don't use gmail, yahoo, or any other free email accounts...Provide phone number, real name, all that...describe the type of business you do in a professional manner on the applications too...

    If you do all that, then you shouldn't a problem at all getting accepted...
     
  5. havokb8

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    exactly it really is that simple i know people that have called that really dont know anything about what they are talking about but its really just general knowledge stuff you can blab at them
     
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  6. mattstrike

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    I agree with mtime88 (and not just because I am selling such sites, although I am).

    Look, the CPA network knows that most of the people in their networks are working out of an apartment in their underwear, and they really don't care. What they do care about is that you don't make an ass of them by doing some really crazy ass promotion that makes them have to field angry calls from their clients, wondering why their Extra Special Edition Bibles are being promoted on dodgy porn sites. Secondarily, they want you to make at least some money, because they take some (theoretically) amount of time to get you set up, and they will lose money on you if you don't make them at least a little.

    A professional site goes a long way towards making them feel that regardless of what sort of crack fiend you might be in real life (and I say this to make a point, not because I think you are a crack fiend), you are at least capable of representing yourself well online, which is all they really care about.

    Having a professional site and email in the form of yourname@yourdomain.com goes even further towards making you look professional, although plenty of honest to goodness professionals out there are using gm4il.

    Most importantly, if at first you don't get accepted, try again! Never get bent out of shape with the network, simply contact them back, and ask why they did not approve you. Most of the time they will tell you. You can also just resubmit, and do a better job on your application.
     
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    Just make a wordpress blog, fill it up with a couple of articles, and you are good to go. At least it always worked for me.
     
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    I'm not sure if things have changed in the last 18 months but I got accepted by a bunch of cpa networks with virtually nothing when I started other than a couple myspace resource sites that had VERY little traffic and one big e-commerce site but I don't even think I gave them that one. I will say that they all called me to personaly speak to me though. Maybe they've tightened things up.
     
  10. wscn007

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    im using an incentive site to apply.
    i dont want to use phone verification because im out side of US...
    thats the biggest problem,anyone can help me?
     
  11. Eglobalmoguls

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    Shit i always get approved and got a couple throw aways. If you want to promote one i will split the profits with you. Just PM me that goes for all blackhat members as long is actual traffic. Not Email Spam or fake signups.. Hit me up..

    You might say why should i trust you. I say if you are not making money and cant get a account what the fuck do you go to lose...Why would i want 100% of a month instead of 50% of a decade.... Go figure...
     
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    Buying a professional website can be useful in this case. But in my opinion what matters is the relevancy of your website to their offers. For example, Hydra has got many health related offers. If your site also focuses on health then the chances for you to get accepted is higher.
     
  13. mattstrike

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    I would add to that that your site should either be relevant to the offers being promoted, or to the methods of promotion.

    If you are applying to the CPA networks and filling out the questionnaire saying that you are going to be doing a PPC campaign, and have a Website that is all about guerrilla classified marketing, or something like that, it might strike whoever does the review as a little odd.

    I like to go with a "Professional Services" type of look and feel - it lets you talk in general terms about multiple methods of promotion, and there is a natural story to go with it: The company takes direct contracts from clients, but promotes CPA offers to take up the slack. There is going to be an almost 100% overlap of disciplines for doing either, so such a company would be foolish not to do CPA offers to take up the slack.

    In general, though, just make sure to sound like you know what you are doing. Have a simple, but believable pitch, and be ready to talk about the offers and methods that you are initially planning on promoting.
     
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    im using an incentive site to apply.
    still so hard for me to get accepted..
     
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    Believe me or not, IT IS NOT HARD TO BE ACCEPTED INTO "MOST" OF THE NETWORKS.

    1. DO not use incentive website when applying
    2. In comment(other info) section of application form, say that you do pay per click advertisement.
    3. try to put a simple and decent website, with adsense ads
    4. Some of the networks will simply deny your application if you are in their" black listed" country, accept this fact
     
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    Good tips. Thanks. Also, since I usually produce fairly crappy websites I always put my grandma on the phone with the CPA reps. She pretends to be me. Her warm and fuzzy voice does wonders. I'm always accepted while she's still on the phone with them:D
    BTW, I'm not in US.
     
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    just call them and act like you know what you're doing. CPA's just want to make sure they're not getting scammed and aren't providing money to people with fake details (fraud etc.)

    So if you're who you say you are etc. you'll have no problem!
     
  18. wscn007

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    Thank you all for the nice tips.
    But I wonder how incentive freebie-rewards sites are get accepted.(I'm running this kind of website)
     
  19. mattstrike

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    Look, even if a given network has some offers that allow incentivized promotion, you are more likely to get in to the network if you don't say that you are doing incentivized offers.

    As long as the ultimate campaign you run is compliant (or looks that way) with the terms, the fact that it is a different plan than what you indicated on your application is not going to be a problem.
     
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