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Will I get paid?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by MikeHustle, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. MikeHustle

    MikeHustle Power Member

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    I'm rotating email submit offers between 10 networks, switching networks once I make $20/network, and all my traffic comes from CL.

    Give up or stay in the game?
     
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  2. KrasS

    KrasS BANNED BANNED

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    stay in the game :) $20 per day is low enough to stay under the radar!
     
  3. imontie

    imontie Junior Member

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    If you've been blanking/faking your ref.. you're fine. under 100 per day is all set for blanking
     
  4. Team Zissou

    Team Zissou Registered Member

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    So what I'm getting from this thread is if I make under 100/day on any given network with blank referrers, I should be good to go?
     
  5. BearyManaLow

    BearyManaLow Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Why do you think you wouldn't be paid? Usually your AM would contact you first or you'll receive a straight-out ban. Like the others said up there, blank your traffic and as long as the volume isn't so large that it'd get notice then you'll be fine. Even if it's high volume and you do get noticed, as long as the advertiser is making money and not making complaints, you'll be fine.
     
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  6. Smash

    Smash Registered Member

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    good information to know
    thnx
     
  7. Team Zissou

    Team Zissou Registered Member

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    What's a large enough number for traffic? Is it percentage wise in how much you're bringing in? Or just sheer volume?
     
  8. loamigad

    loamigad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    depends on traffic source mainly, if its whiny, with alot of complaints don't matter if you're doing 1 bucks a day or 1000 bucks you'll get caught.

    What that said, 100/day on a new account, with no affiliate manager activity, should raise some flag. IF they will do anything is another question.
     
  9. w84it

    w84it Regular Member

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    If the advertiser don't see any ROI from you they will simply stop you from promoting that offer, but dun worry there's tons of other email submits :D


     
  10. kimkils

    kimkils Power Member

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    Yeah they usually just increase the shave rate, and you'll be tempted to move on...

    Or... they will block you from advertising their offers, but the network dont usually give a crap.

    I've taken $10k over the past months, been blocked from certain advertisers but no complaints from networks. Keep em sweet, joke with the, be human, be nice, be friendly (which is basically being yourself!)
     
  11. Team Zissou

    Team Zissou Registered Member

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    seems sweet, i'll take this advice to heart :) i'm a little worried with just randomly emailing my AMs and having them do a quick "check in" on my accounts and whatnot though lol, i guess i should try and just keep talkin eh
     
  12. trex191

    trex191 Regular Member

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    yup, hide ur tracks and with that amount, your safe