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Zip/Phone Offer example

Discussion in 'CPA' started by J0kerz, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Hey guys,

    Can someone point me out to a regular Zip/Phone/email CPA offer? I would like to see what it looks like...

    Do Zip offer normally JUST ask for the zip code or the user need to fill other informations too?

    Thanks for your time,
    J0kerz
     
  2. imhill

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    I'm not sure if i understood you well... Haven't you seen any zip submit offer yet ?
    Some offers will pay you just for the zip code while others will require a little bit more...
     
  3. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Nop, it's what I am asking. I would like to see what this kind of offer looks like.

    URL example.
     
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    a zip submit example
    Code:
    http://www.consumerincentivepromotions.com/rd_p?p=191338&c=txt_030&a=[PID]&uid=
    an email submit example
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    http://www.laptopincentive.com/rd_p?p=194312&c=txt_030&a=[PID]&uid=
    These offers are supposed to convert on the first page which means the sucker...I mean customer simply inputs the info on the first page and it converts to a payment for you. Usually $0.75 to $1 give or take.

    Those ain't my links....just examples from adcendmedia.
     
  6. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    So you mean, even if the 2nd page popup and the customers dont fill the infos, you will stil get paid?
     
  7. coreone

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    Yes, that is true. However, if the advertiser is not profitting from your leads, they will usually scrub your leads to ensure that they make money.

    If it's fraudulent, all of the traffic you sent could be forfeited.
     
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    I always wonder how the hell it converts on the 1st page with ZIP submit offer? How the hell will they send out their spam if they only have user's ZIP code?

    I think I know the answer. It is called DOUBLE BOOL :) Not only they are boolshitting the internet users (promising *free* $500 VISA), but they also boolshit their own affiliates (promising to pay for a useless bunch of ZIP code who did not fill the 2nd page)

    In both cases, the idea is to "give people what they want".
    And in both cases it works - people beleive in what they want to beleive.

    Well, maybe I am wrong and they still "pay" for useless ZIP codes and have their cost built in into the cost of the real leads from the 2nd page.

    If I were the advertiser who puts together ZIP submit, I would pay for 30% of the useless ZIPs for the 1st week only, just to motivate the affiliate, and after 1st week I would only pay for 5% of ZIPs and would only pay for 100% of real leads (who did 2 pages)

    So I think "converts on 1st page" for ZIP submits is a marketing trick to get more affiliates to promote your offer

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    On the side note, to structure your page as a ZIP submit IMO could be slightly better idea than using an Email submit layout. This is because ZIP submit looks so innocent on the 1st page and reveals all its nastiness (aka email is required) only on the 2nd page and it it harder to refuse the offer if you already did 1 page.