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Would a £30 -£40 Payout Attract Publishers ?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by pearse1916, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Hi All

    I have been a member here for a while however I never post.

    Hapy New Year Everyone.

    I am in the process of putting together a cpa offer, the product for sale is a home based business opportunity in the network marketing industry.

    I wont name the business now because I dont want this to look like some kind of hidden sneeky pitch.

    I plan on paying out between £30 or £40 the maximum will be £50 per sale to publishers.

    I am wondering if someone with a little experience of CPA marketing would be able to tell me if these possible payouts would attract a great deal of publishers ?

    BEING SOLD

    Home business, cost £197, monthly cost £40 with £30 worth of product, pays £50 fast start bonuses on new affiliates and 6% comission to 6 levels, with a few other bonuses aswell. Depending on rank can pay between 2 to 6% to infinity. Comes from a 7 year old company who are actually licensed to opperate. Only stating this to give an idea of what is being sold.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Do you actually know what CPA is?
    Because this looks more like an affiliation.
    I think you are trying to run before you can crawl.
     
  3. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    I know what CPA is.

    I should have said that I plan on putting this offer on the affiliate networks as a cost per sale offer.
     
  4. mrcash

    mrcash Junior Member

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    Not the payout is what attracts affiliates,
    but the conversions, EPC and ROI they see.

    There are a ton of crap offers that payout 100.
     
  5. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Thanks. I understand the earnings per click, however as my offer will be new I dont actually have any idea what the ecp is or will be.
     
  6. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Cost per sale is not cost per action.
    You have an affiliate offer that has nothing to do with CPA Unless you intend paying for leads.
     
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  7. mrcash

    mrcash Junior Member

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    Similar payouts are available for Free Trial Rebills, which charge 1.97 or so initially,
    and without doubt are easier to convert than you super expensive product :)
    On such cost, the payout should be at least 200, however on either case price is just out of proportions
     
  8. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    I am creating a website that explains the business in full including the income potential etc.

    I have made arrangements with the company to put the affiliate network tracking on the end page.

    I plan on paying between £30 and £50 per sale or affiliate sign up.
     
  9. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Sorry do you mean that on a sale price of one hundred and nintey seven pounds I should pay out £200 ?
     
  10. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Then it is not CPA. It is an affiliate offer that you are promoting.
    And this thread is in the wrong section
     
  11. mrcash

    mrcash Junior Member

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    Yea, but I doubt you`ll sell such product.

    Look in adult dating sites or other rebilling models to get an idea.
     
  12. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Ok, thanks, Now I see what you mean, my bad.

    Can a mod please put this in the right section please.

    Thanks Oxonbeef :)
     
  13. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Thanks, I understand it wont sell as much as some other products, I just wonderd how much attention the payout would attract from the publishers.