Help On Incentivising Offers

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Hello Warriors,
I applied for a network and I was asked this question "How Do You Intend To Incentivise Our Offer?". I did not know what to answer them. Could someone help me out please.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrian
    Hi there,

    I will try and give you an answer though I don't know the full details of your situation.

    If you have told the network that you are going to be using their 'incentivised offers' then they will want to know what incentives you will be using with these offers.

    An incentivised offer is when you are allowed by the network to use an incentive or 'bribe' or something else to someone in return for them clicking on an offer (that's very simply put I know). So in your case they will want to know what are you offering your visitor to click on the offer.
    Are you offering them cashback? Some offers allow this, most do not. There are lots of other ways that are used to incentivise, I just used cashback as an example.

    The simple thing to do is to say that you have no immediate plans to use their incentivised offers (if that is the case) and then cross that bridge when you come to it.

    Netoworks are very very very cautious about people offering incentives to entice people to sign up to their offers in most cases.

    Once you are in a network you will find that for a selection of their 'incentivised' offers they will not ask you for your methods. But the payouts on these offers tend to be tiny like in the region of 20-50cents.

    Hope that helps and that I haven't confused you. It's quite a complicated thing to explain.

    Patricia
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    Yeah, just be honest with how you are incentivizing. Are you giving people a cucpcake if they fulfill your affilaite link offer, are you paying them a dollar to fill it out, or are you offering them a prize if they fill out 10 of your offers.

    At the end of the day, networks want to know what to expect on backend conversion. If they think the back end will stink, they wont let you incentivize in that manner.

    just be honest
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    • Profile picture of the author babarapho
      Originally Posted by Kenster View Post

      Yeah, just be honest with how you are incentivizing. Are you giving people a cucpcake if they fulfill your affilaite link offer, are you paying them a dollar to fill it out, or are you offering them a prize if they fill out 10 of your offers.

      At the end of the day, networks want to know what to expect on backend conversion. If they think the back end will stink, they wont let you incentivize in that manner.

      just be honest


      Hi there,

      I will try and give you an answer though I don't know the full details of your situation.

      If you have told the network that you are going to be using their 'incentivised offers' then they will want to know what incentives you will be using with these offers.

      An incentivised offer is when you are allowed by the network to use an incentive or 'bribe' or something else to someone in return for them clicking on an offer (that's very simply put I know). So in your case they will want to know what are you offering your visitor to click on the offer.
      Are you offering them cashback? Some offers allow this, most do not. There are lots of other ways that are used to incentivise, I just used cashback as an example.

      The simple thing to do is to say that you have no immediate plans to use their incentivised offers (if that is the case) and then cross that bridge when you come to it.

      Netoworks are very very very cautious about people offering incentives to entice people to sign up to their offers in most cases.

      Once you are in a network you will find that for a selection of their 'incentivised' offers they will not ask you for your methods. But the payouts on these offers tend to be tiny like in the region of 20-50cents.

      Hope that helps and that I haven't confused you. It's quite a complicated thing to explain.

      Patricia
      Thanks for the prompt answers.
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