When you consider joining a CPA network...

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I'm new to WF...been hearing about it forever and figured it was my time. So in light of that I was wondering...what do you look for when signing up for a CPA/ Affiliate Network? Where do you go to find the information you're looking for?
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  • Profile picture of the author BrightLife
    I am new to this too.
    I signed in for some networks because they were recommended in some courses that I booked. But it was a little tricky until I was approved. Finding them is easy, getting approved is the harder part.
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  • Profile picture of the author TravisOfferatti
    I could give you a hand with getting accepted. That's actually my job with the Offeratti, well...part of it. I work as an Affiliate Manager of sorts. Part of my position is accepting and denying publishers. If you want any tips just let me know.
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  • Profile picture of the author TravisOfferatti
    I honestly feel as though if you call into the network, right as you put in your application you'll have a much easier time with the whole process...but shoarma is definitely on point with his comment.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by TravisOfferatti View Post

    I'm new to WF...been hearing about it forever and figured it was my time. So in light of that I was wondering...what do you look for when signing up for a CPA/ Affiliate Network? Where do you go to find the information you're looking for?
    I look for reputation, read forums and see what people have to say, if they haven't paid people in the past i normally avoid them..
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  • Profile picture of the author ernadi
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    • Profile picture of the author TravisOfferatti
      Cost Per Action...basically you get paid based on what the advertisers desired action is. You can either get paid when your traffic submits information, or makes a purchase. Sometimes you can get paid on clicks too...but rarely.
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