What are the best CPA products/courses out there??

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What are the best CPA products/courses out there??

Regardless of price or ability etc....

cheers
#ad networks #cpa #products or courses
  • Profile picture of the author kena12
    This is an endless question in terms of individual programs, but I would say that the health/self improvement sector is really hot at the moment (****, weightloss, colon, hoodia) with our affiliates experiencing some very good conversion EPC rates.As stated it really depends on your niche. We had HoodiaMax, Maxx Trim, and EndureRX for some time and those campaigns performed extremely well.
    • Profile picture of the author Bebbie
      Originally Posted by kena12 View Post

      This is an endless question in terms of individual programs, but I would say that the health/self improvement sector is really hot at the moment (****, weightloss, colon, hoodia) with our affiliates experiencing some very good conversion EPC rates.As stated it really depends on your niche. We had HoodiaMax, Maxx Trim, and EndureRX for some time and those campaigns performed extremely well.
      It is right.Then i also think that email submit offers like apple ipod is well convert too.BTW,dating ones also attract many ones' eyes such as Asianbeauties.com and Anastasia International : Russian Dating at YeahCPA network.Their conversation rate is really high.You guys can try them and you'll find your own way in the near future.
  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    Originally Posted by si588 View Post

    What are the best CPA products/courses out there??

    Regardless of price or ability etc....

    cheers
    Williamrs, Mike Morgan and Kenster, these warrirors' WSO offers are great imo.
  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    I also want to point out that the more specific your question is , the more concrete answer you are going to get .

    What do you want ?

    Are you looking for CPA beginners guide

    or you are looking PPC to CPA , PPV to CPA , Facebook ad , Media Buys , etc .

    Just try to be specific , then it would be easy to get the right answer.
  • Profile picture of the author boliver
    I am new and looking for a beginner's guide to cpa/cpv. Any suggestion?
    • Profile picture of the author TommyHaynes
      I would just search in this forum
    • Profile picture of the author jeffrey73
      Gauher is one of the best who ever lived in the CPA game. However, I haven't seen anything recent from him in a long time.

      ChadH's Traffic Blackbook is probably the best WSO on CPA ever, and has been featured in the TOP 5 IM products on various IM product rating sites I've seen recently. Mike Morgan, Kenster, and WilliamRS also put out very solid information.

      Originally Posted by boliver View Post

      I am new and looking for a beginner's guide to cpa/cpv. Any suggestion?

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