Affiliate networks that redirect to other affiliate networks

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I have come to realise that some affiliate networks redirect to another affiliate network before going to the offer. Does that mean I am losing a % of my leads?

For example, an offer on 1stclassleads redirected to proleadsmedia before going to the offer.

Anyone know what is going on?

-Samuel
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    These are called brokered offers
    If you can, I'd recommend staying away from this whenever possible as it adds another middleman
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  • Profile picture of the author Deepika Gabani
    Hello GreyHatSam!!

    A per my view point , No you 'll not lose any % of lead.
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    No problem with that but may be you can get higher payout rates from first network
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  • Profile picture of the author CreativesLinda
    Originally Posted by GreyHatSam View Post

    I have come to realise that some affiliate networks redirect to another affiliate network before going to the offer. Does that mean I am losing a % of my leads?

    For example, an offer on 1stclassleads redirected to proleadsmedia before going to the offer.

    Anyone know what is going on?

    -Samuel
    And Proleadsmedia gets it from another network and up the chain it goes. You're not losing any of your leads, but you're getting a whole lot less money from them because so many people have to be paid all the way down the line before you get your cut. It's best to try and get offers from the network that gets them directly from the advertiser, if you can.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPGAffManager
    Originally Posted by GreyHatSam View Post

    I have come to realise that some affiliate networks redirect to another affiliate network before going to the offer. Does that mean I am losing a % of my leads?

    For example, an offer on 1stclassleads redirected to proleadsmedia before going to the offer.

    Anyone know what is going on?

    -Samuel
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  • Profile picture of the author TanviAdattract
    As per my point of view, you wont lose any % of leads. These are called brokered offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author OfferWage
    Originally Posted by GreyHatSam View Post

    I have come to realise that some affiliate networks redirect to another affiliate network before going to the offer. Does that mean I am losing a % of my leads?

    For example, an offer on 1stclassleads redirected to proleadsmedia before going to the offer.

    Anyone know what is going on?

    -Samuel
    As everyone has stated, this means the offer has been brokered. At times this isn't always a bad thing depending on the network as some networks have established credibility with certain advertisers to offer higher caps, higher rates, etc but with most smaller tier networks it often can result in lower rates, and no quality feedback on campaigns. And depending on how many networks the offer is getting routed through, there can be possible pixel misfires which would result in losing a % of your leads.

    Higher the tier, the better your off. Try and only run with networks who are directly affiliated with their advertisers to get the most out of your campaigns.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samrath Gupta
    You aint gonna loose any leads.. That offer is brokered from a different network. This is a common practice and nothing to worry about
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  • Hi Sam

    There are problems but definitely more profits' bass, there's an extra step, you have to work harder 'to get what' you would get working to direct.

    I suggest you think about it!
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