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Yahoo! Answers and CPA

Discussion in 'CPA' started by kishki, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. kishki

    kishki Newbie

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    Hello guys. I post answers on Yahoo! Answers with my CPA offer link, and soon I'm going to post this method on BHW. I work with Peerfly affiliate company. Yesterday I sent them letter asking is Yahoo! Answers restricted or not, and they answered yes. So my question is, what CPA companies allow Yahoo! Answers as source of traffic?
     
  2. thizzladen

    thizzladen Power Member

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    Peerfly is a bunch of douchebags. Everything is fucking restricted with them, I bet if you'd of asked them if banners were restricted they would've answered "Yes, visitors cannot click banners, they can only stare at them for a maximum of 10 minutes." I think they should write what is restricted on their website, like Maxbounty does. Otherwise it's just another reason they can randomly come up with to ban you so they can keep all the money you've made.

    I'm an affiliate with Maxbounty, and they're cool as hell with almost anything as long as it's not content locking or iframing. I <3 'em.
     
  3. neu009

    neu009 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    well only if you direct link. you could always direct them to your website first
     
  4. sogeking

    sogeking Power Member

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    cpa redirector
     
  5. CoreyPeerFly

    CoreyPeerFly Registered Member

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    We do this already. :) We shouldn't have to say "No spamming #insert site here#" for every website. We tell publishers they cannot spam any website.

    I'm almost positive MaxMounty would have a problem with you spamming their links all over Yahoo! Answers.
     
  6. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    promote plimus/clickbank

    Frankly promote plimus... clickbank gets like 40% refunds...

    Lots of good offers on Plimus just find relevant niche products and post them. Please spam on email all the time with plimus so yahoo answers should be no problem what so ever..
     
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  7. RamChaturvedi

    RamChaturvedi Supreme Member

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    Yahoo Answers >> Landing Page >> CPA Offer!!

    Simple as that!! Never reveal your working technique or your Laser targeted traffic source (if any) to your AM ever!! Had some bad experiences in past lol :D
     
  8. thizzladen

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    So you're saying if someone asked a question like, "Hey, Where Can I apply for a free iPad 2", and I answered them with "You can check out this (CPA Offer) Here" it's considered spamming even if it will convert and is relevent to the question?
     
  9. jwzzrfl

    jwzzrfl Regular Member

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    just make a simple landing page or resize the one of the creatives that says click here and make it fill out the whole webpage
     
  10. CoreyPeerFly

    CoreyPeerFly Registered Member

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    Correct. People using Yahoo! Answers are not interested in filling out your CPA offer. They want a real answer and one that will actually help them. iPad email submit offers are not free in the end.

    From: http://answers.yahoo.com/info/community_guidelines
     
  11. fearos

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    How effective are yahoo answers with Direct CPA?