Free CPA Offer Two Page Submit

by felics
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What is it?

The traffic I am targeting is outside the region where I'm from. I just want to know so I can have a clear idea when I start the campaign.

Thank you very much.
#cpa #free #offer #page #submit
  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Your question isn't clear.

    What is what?

    If by chance yo are asking what a CPA Offer Two Page Submit is?

    It just means that the user has to submit both the first and second page in order to complete the offer / for you to get paid. You don't get paid if they only submit the first page.
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    • Profile picture of the author felics
      Thank you very much. You answered what I want to know.

      May I add, what is usually is asked to submit on the 2nd page? In my case, the first page is asking to submit an email.
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      • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
        Originally Posted by felics View Post

        Thank you very much. You answered what I want to know.

        May I add, what is usually is asked to submit on the 2nd page? In my case, the first page is asking to submit an email.
        What is the offer and what is the payout?

        I really don't like offers that just ask for email on the first page. If the user doesn't submit the second page, you get nothing, but the advertiser gets a free lead. I will pass these type of offers unless I know the vertical well and confident that it's going to convert well or I know in advance that it's a good converting offer.

        However, I have seen offers like this that if the second page isn't submitted, then they don't get the email. Usually, I will submit just the first page/email and then see if they send me any mail.
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        • Profile picture of the author felics
          The offer is 'Free Body Lotion Samples'. The payout is $1.05/lead and EPC is $0.25.

          So, they would usually ask to submit a name on the 2nd page?
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          • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
            Originally Posted by felics View Post

            The offer is 'Free Body Lotion Samples'. The payout is $1.05/lead and EPC is $0.25.

            So, they would usually ask to submit a name on the 2nd page?
            They will need to submit a postal address where samples can be delivered.
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            • Profile picture of the author felics
              Oh, I see. This is where people would hesitate to do.

              Thank you for clarifying the issue. It is much appreciated.
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          • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
            Originally Posted by felics View Post

            The offer is 'Free Body Lotion Samples'. The payout is $1.05/lead and EPC is $0.25.

            So, they would usually ask to submit a name on the 2nd page?
            Enter an email and see what info they want. I assume it's name and shipping info.

            If you want to make decent money, you need to be promoting offers that pay at least $15 per lead, preferably $20+. Unless it's a high converting offer and performs like a $15-$20 offer, then a lower payout is OK.
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            • Profile picture of the author felics
              Yup. I just tested it using proxy and they ask for a name and address on the 2nd page.

              I am not yet an expert in CPA and only made 2 leads so far with email submit (not 2 page submit) offers only. Really, I come to realize that the money is in the traffic. And that's my main problem up to now. I cannot afford paid traffic using the usual methods like PPC and the like. I am after free traffic for now. But I have an idea how to pay traffic using very low budget.
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    • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
      Originally Posted by DIABL0 View Post

      Your question isn't clear.

      What is what?

      If by chance yo are asking what a CPA Offer Two Page Submit is?

      It just means that the user has to submit both the first and second page in order to complete the offer / for you to get paid. You don't get paid if they only submit the first page.
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      I think he may mean a lead page to capture emails and name !! could be wrong
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    These two page email submits are often much more difficult to convert than one page. This one sounds like a fairly low paying one as well.
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