Looking for suggestions for CPA offers for Nutrition/supplement Websites!

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Hello, I'm thinking about adding CPA offers on my health websites (mostly foods, vitamins and supplements).

But I really have no idea which network to join. So far I put adsense (which earns me ~$400 per month) and some amazon affiliate links on pages that deal with supplements that can be found online. Many people say CPA offers are much better than adsense to make money so does anyone have any suggestions on a network I could use? Theirs so many networks and it's hard to see what they offer without joining...

I get about ~400-500 unique visitors a day on this website so I think it's big enough to start trying out CPA offers.

I doubt anyone will but if you have a similar website in this niche I would appreciate the name or type of offers that have been converting well for you that I could maybe use as a base to start my CPA testing .

Thanks for any suggestions!
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  • Profile picture of the author EmpyreRJ
    is your traffic is mostly US based ?
    • Profile picture of the author COPEAC Stephen
      Also what is the theme of the website? Are you focusing more on females / males?
    • Profile picture of the author Natlex
      Originally Posted by EmpyreRJ View Post

      is your traffic is mostly US based ?
      Yes, of 9000 visits last month 8000 were from the US according to analytics.

      Originally Posted by COPEAC Stephen View Post

      Also what is the theme of the website? Are you focusing more on females / males?
      The theme is mostly nutritional information (vitamins, health topics) and some supplements such as omega 3, multivitamins, liquid vitamin supplements.

      I think it's a pretty even female/male ratio but quantcast isn't giving me enough data to be sure but I doubt it's far from 50/50...
  • Profile picture of the author Natlex
    Thanks for the advice, I'll look into it ! Those blogs are just test blogs to see if they can build PR but my main health website shares similar "free & non aggressive" information.
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by Natlex View Post

    Hello, I'm thinking about adding CPA offers on my health websites (mostly foods, vitamins and supplements).

    But I really have no idea which network to join. So far I put adsense (which earns me ~$400 per month) and some amazon affiliate links on pages that deal with supplements that can be found online. Many people say CPA offers are much better than adsense to make money so does anyone have any suggestions on a network I could use? Theirs so many networks and it's hard to see what they offer without joining...

    I get about ~400-500 unique visitors a day on this website so I think it's big enough to start trying out CPA offers.

    I doubt anyone will but if you have a similar website in this niche I would appreciate the name or type of offers that have been converting well for you that I could maybe use as a base to start my CPA testing .

    Thanks for any suggestions!
    I personally can't think of any off the top of my head, but check out sites like Affiliate Marketing - Find the Best Affiliate Program and CPA Offers from OfferVault, Free PPC Affiliate Tracking Software | Tracking202, you can just do a mass search

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