Truth About Email Submits ;)

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Just a Heads up to any noobs thinking about promoting Email submits in the near future.

You are going to waste a tone of money if you promote them.

I am not saying that you 100% can not make them work, I have in the past but

why would you go to all the work of setting up a campaign to earn $1-$2 a lead,

when you would earn 10 - 20 times that amount for the same work.

Don't be fooled by people telling you to promote them.

I have been in this game since 2008 and made over 40-50k with email submits.

Sad fact is I haven't found an email submit offer worth promoting since about 2010.

True story, the only person who makes money on an Email submit is the advertiser.

check this out:

If you are going to promote them, go ahead, but maybe read this articles first:

Dirty Business Of Email Submits | Affiliate Marketing Forum | AffiliateFix

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  • Profile picture of the author unnatural
    While I agree email submits are not the most lucrative offers and they are scrubbed hard (the advertiser has to make money too) I wouldn't go as far as saying you can't make money with them.

    Some traffic still does very good with email and zip submits and if you have a good relationship with your affiliate manager(s) you can get full transparency on why leads are scrubbed as well as other useful information to improve conversions.

    That said - you really are leaving money on the table if you are sending traffic directly to a 3rd party email submit.
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  • Profile picture of the author linux7802
    I think "Email Submission" offers is useful to initiate the carrier in CPA and once you perfect than you can move to bigger offers because initially no one can promote the bigger offers successfully which cause the frustration and many peoples left the CPA industry because of such frustration
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I personally agree with staying away from email submits, they aren't what they used to be.. (IMO)
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    • Profile picture of the author cooler1
      Below is a case study which Carl Radley did based on the recently released course CPA Income Boss.

      He's promoting an email submit offer which has a $1.45 payout and he's bidding $0.06 per click. It seems that he would need a conversion rate of about 7%+ to make a reasonable profit. Thoughts?

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      • Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

        Below is a case study which Carl Radley did based on the recently released course CPA Income Boss.

        He's promoting an email submit offer which has a $1.45 payout and he's bidding $0.06 per click. It seems that he would need a conversion rate of about 7%+ to make a reasonable profit. Thoughts?

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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    You know what does work though, making your own email submit offer and putting it on a network.



    It's list building 101.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cash37
    Create offer ---> Offer wall ---> Offer wall #2 ---> Email series

    Possibly works, but I haven't hit the right angle yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author lrs1995
    Email submits are good for newbies IMO to get their feet wet in CPA.
    Even though there is scrubbing, email submits are easier to test and don't require a huge budget.

    Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

    You know what does work though, making your own email submit offer and putting it on a network.



    It's list building 101.
    Totally agree with that.
    Lead Generation Arbitrage will make u $8-$10 per lead compared to $1-$2 that you have to pay.
    It requires you to build a whole funnel with co-reg path, offer walls, etc to monetise any kind of traffic sent.
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  • Profile picture of the author NutraCash
    Trial Nutra is the way to go! It's pretty easy convincing someone to spent 3.95-8.95 and nice getting paid $40+ each time
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  • Profile picture of the author CashAdsLLC
    As others have stated, email submits is the best direction to go if you're a newbie. Not much test budget required, learn the ropes and then move onto higher paying offers. Email submits do work but often times are heavily scrubbed.
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