What do you put when you don't have a website when your signing up for a CPA company?

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All the companies i'm am affiliated with right now didn't have a website requirement. The one i'm trying to sign up for now won't let me go any further until I give them my website. All my websites are keyword rich minisites and I really don't want to give them one of them because for 1 I know a lot of times they will say "your website doesn't match any of or offers" and I have also heard of AM's stealing ideas and keywords. I want in this network for certain offers that I will make minisites for once accepted but what do I put so my application will process and when I call them "I always call them first if possible" to explain why I don't have a website.

I have heard to just put the website URL of the network your applying to is this a good idea?
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  • Profile picture of the author 6secrets
    I wouldn't suggest that.
    The companies I've signed up to ask me to disable my WhoisGuard temporarily so they can verify that I own the site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vincenzo Oliva
    I've known people to get accepted by putting the url for google adwords which should indicate to the CPA company you may be using direct link PPC.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
      Phil,

      A lot of companies don't really care less, but just go through the motions of wanting to see a website (not true with all companies though).

      You seem to be good at putting up mini sites, so why not put up a professional looking generic site, that you can reproduce or alter depending upon what or who you are signing up with?

      Some companies do require traffic stats and so on, so forget them in this instance.

      Don't worry about keywords and so on, just create a site - that's all that most companies look for.

      It may sound unethical, but heck if you generate sales then it's a win win for you both. Provided your marketing is ethical and you don't generate complaints, then you should be good to go.

      I have done this, so it works.

      Just my thoughts,
      Jeff.
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      • Profile picture of the author HarveyDanger
        That is a very good suggestion Jeff. I think this will help me in the future.

        Originally Posted by Jeff Henshaw View Post

        Phil,

        A lot of companies don't really care less, but just go through the motions of wanting to see a website (not true with all companies though).

        You seem to be good at putting up mini sites, so why not put up a professional looking generic site, that you can reproduce or alter depending upon what or who you are signing up with?

        Some companies do require traffic stats and so on, so forget them in this instance.

        Don't worry about keywords and so on, just create a site - that's all that most companies look for.

        It may sound unethical, but heck if you generate sales then it's a win win for you both. Provided your marketing is ethical and you don't generate complaints, then you should be good to go.

        I have done this, so it works.

        Just my thoughts,
        Jeff.
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