How To Get Accepted Into CPA Networks Easily!!!

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I see that a lot of people have some problems to get accepted into CPA Networks. So I just decided to give some value for you...

1. Don't be scared
Remeber that affiliate managers and CPA Networks work to get both: advertisers and publishers. What does it mean? It means that they want YOU to be a part of their Network.

2. Be honest
Ne honest about your goal and your experience. In some cases it's much MORE better to tell that you're a newbie than to lie that you're very experienced.

3. Be enthusiastic
After you signed up and your application is received. Don't be scraed and immediately call/send email them. Just show that you really want to work with them!

There are some general topics about getting accepted to CPA Networks:

1. Website
If you have a website - type it in. If it's just a wordpress blog - do it.
Useful tip: If there are just few posts on your blog or you just created a website. Try to find a Corporate/Business theme and install it. I always use this one:
Nova WordPress Theme | Elegant Themes

2. Your marketing experience

In general there are 2 types: using FREE traffic and driving PAID traffic. Before you begind to work with - they always ask what type of traffic do you prefer?

So it's necessary to find the type of traffic you love and can focus on. The easiest PAID traffic (in my opinion) is PPV (CPV). However it's not so easy to work with PPV.

So they ask these questions:
- What type of traffic do you prefer?
- What offers/niches do you like?


***I always answer that I know SEO (onsite and offsite). And I like to use it for long term prospective. But for short term and quick results - I like PPV and sometimes Banners.***

I alwas say this and it's true

3. Additional
In some cases they ask you to show your creatives (banners or landing pages). When I said that I like PPV - I was asked to show my creatives and I did it.

So, don't be scared! Just choose networks you like and apply. Remeber that sometimes you can be denied and it's not a problem. Just apply again and again to this network.

CPA Networks:

1. Maxbounty.com
It was the first network I applied. I had no experience but I told that I'm good at SEO and also planning to work with PPV and I was approved. They called me from Canada.

2. Peerfly.com

No problem The same strategy.

3. CoProsper.com

No problem

4. QwikMedia.com
This Network is great for Media Buys and PPV. Asked where did I hear about them? I asked that my friends recommended me.

5. EWA (ewanetwork.com)
This Network is private network but it's not so HARD to get accepted. I just sent them email and they didn't call. And approved me.
Tip: If you want to get accepted in EWA:
- You can find a referrer
- Or you can contact Ryan Eagle and ask for help - he will help you.

Important note: I'm not from US or Canada. I'm an "international affiliate". That's why in most cases I was communicating using: Email and AIM.

I hope it will help you.

Just remeber - don't be scared. CPA Network want to work with you. Start with Maxbounty (as I listed) and everything will be fine.

P.S.
All my tips are according to my experience and courses where I got this information. As I told sometimes you can be denied - I was denied by NeverBlue
#accepted #cpa #easily #networks
  • Profile picture of the author PetaYan
    good post...
    I need to improve my application right now...
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  • Profile picture of the author pingliu
    Thanks for your Experience.
    But how to write a good email to get our Application accepted by the network quickly?
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    • Profile picture of the author stanislavlem
      Originally Posted by pingliu View Post

      But how to write a good email to get our Application accepted by the network quickly?
      It's up to you. It depends on your OWN experience in CPA Marketing or Internet marketing, your methods of promotion etc
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      • Profile picture of the author emysam1
        Originally Posted by stanislavlem View Post

        It's up to you. It depends on your OWN experience in CPA Marketing or Internet marketing, your methods of promotion etc
        "If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich".
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        • Profile picture of the author emysam1
          Originally Posted by emysam1 View Post

          "If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich".
          "If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich".
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          • Profile picture of the author emysam1
            Originally Posted by emysam1 View Post

            "If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich".
            "If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich".
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  • Profile picture of the author pingliu
    Could I make a friend with you ?
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  • Profile picture of the author mmoreal
    Good experiences, call them after apply will more successful
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  • Profile picture of the author kurttasche
    Thanks for the info. I've been having trouble getting accepted into CPA networks, so this will definitely help.
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  • Profile picture of the author OJQjeff
    The point here I think that is the most relevant for all affiliates trying to get approved by a network.

    BE HONEST

    Even if you have little to no experience and your website is a first attempt at an online presence. Just say this in your application.

    Lots of affiliates are afraid that because they have no experience a network will not want to work with them. However the truth is that as a network we get so many bogus applications and scammers trying to get accounts that if you lie on your application you will slotted into the same group as the rest of them.

    Some networks may not want to work with newbs but that is there loss. There are plenty of great and reputable networks that will work with affiliates of all skill levels.

    J.
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  • Profile picture of the author Per Action Rob
    Speaking clear English might help to, here's one of about two dozen broken english submissions we got on our affiliate register pages today:

    can you approve for me?
    hi, manager I\'m not new to online marketing, I\'m good with media buy and know what I\'m doing and would really want to become an affiliate with you. i always purchase more than 20,000 traffics from worldwide per day to promote offers Let me say something about how I\'ll promote of offers. Firstly, I will find the offers which can convert easily. Then I will make Landing Pages. At last, I will get traffics to landing pages. After 3 days, I will replace the Landing Pages or offers which are hard to convert.


    I'll give you three guesses on whether this gets approved or not.
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    • Profile picture of the author theofferguy2342
      Originally Posted by Per Action Rob View Post

      Speaking clear English might help to, here's one of about two dozen broken english submissions we got on our affiliate register pages today:

      can you approve for me?
      hi, manager I\'m not new to online marketing, I\'m good with media buy and know what I\'m doing and would really want to become an affiliate with you. i always purchase more than 20,000 traffics from worldwide per day to promote offers Let me say something about how I\'ll promote of offers. Firstly, I will find the offers which can convert easily. Then I will make Landing Pages. At last, I will get traffics to landing pages. After 3 days, I will replace the Landing Pages or offers which are hard to convert.


      I'll give you three guesses on whether this gets approved or not.
      As an affiliate manager myself, I see this ALL THE TIME. There is a group of individuals out there that apply to different networks, usually under an alias of some kind, and (if they're accepted) they turn around and sell the login credentials to the publisher that's looking for it.

      And then when you do the phone interview with these guys...nevermind.
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      • Profile picture of the author theofferguy2342
        Kind of beating a dead horse here, but be honest. Intergrity and honesty go a long way. I'm really particular about who I let become a publisher on our network, but I'm not unreasonable and I really do look at every application that comes my way.

        We've been involved in the online marketing industry since 1999, and we still to this day support mailers on our physical network with IPs, servers, bandwidth. In other words: We're mailer friendly and I want nothing more than to have quality mailers on my affiliate network in addition to the physical network. After all, we're going to help each other make money right? Point being is be straight, do the phone interview, and have confidence in what you do.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    Great tips, mate!

    Getting approved by networks is usually the easiest part of the process, but some people from certain locations have been facing problems due to the high fraud incidence in their regions, so your tips can help good people to have a clue on what to say to be given a chance to explain their intentions.


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  • Profile picture of the author Kraggy
    @ Per Action Rob

    You are exactly right.

    I have no idea why this is such a tough idea to grasp for some people. A great way to create doubt in a network approvals agent is to promise to send loads of US traffic and then demonstrate terrible English.
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    • Profile picture of the author pacelattin
      Many networks have a policy now against anyone not in N.America. Is this right? I don't know specifically, but do know that most of the fraud doesn't come from Texas.

      Originally Posted by Kraggy View Post

      @ Per Action Rob

      You are exactly right.

      I have no idea why this is such a tough idea to grasp for some people. A great way to create doubt in a network approvals agent is to promise to send loads of US traffic and then demonstrate terrible English.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Good advice for a newb, a huge tip is to just search these forums, there is tons of info on this!!
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    • Profile picture of the author stanislavlem
      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      Good advice for a newb, a huge tip is to just search these forums, there is tons of info on this!!
      IT'S TRUE!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Genesis1
    it's pretty obvious, but must be good advices for newbies
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  • Profile picture of the author iamphob
    Thank for sharing,Great info for the newbies.I need to improve my application right.
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  • Profile picture of the author resnorip
    Originally Posted by stanislavlem View Post

    I see that a lot of people have some problems to get accepted into CPA Networks. So I just decided to give some value for you...

    1. Don't be scared
    Remeber that affiliate managers and CPA Networks work to get both: advertisers and publishers. What does it mean? It means that they want YOU to be a part of their Network.

    2. Be honest
    Ne honest about your goal and your experience. In some cases it's much MORE better to tell that you're a newbie than to lie that you're very experienced.

    3. Be enthusiastic
    After you signed up and your application is received. Don't be scraed and immediately call/send email them. Just show that you really want to work with them!

    There are some general topics about getting accepted to CPA Networks:

    1. Website
    If you have a website - type it in. If it's just a wordpress blog - do it.
    Useful tip: If there are just few posts on your blog or you just created a website. Try to find a Corporate/Business theme and install it. I always use this one:
    Nova WordPress Theme | Elegant Themes

    2. Your marketing experience
    In general there are 2 types: using FREE traffic and driving PAID traffic. Before you begind to work with - they always ask what type of traffic do you prefer?

    So it's necessary to find the type of traffic you love and can focus on. The easiest PAID traffic (in my opinion) is PPV (CPV). However it's not so easy to work with PPV.

    So they ask these questions:
    - What type of traffic do you prefer?
    - What offers/niches do you like?

    ***I always answer that I know SEO (onsite and offsite). And I like to use it for long term prospective. But for short term and quick results - I like PPV and sometimes Banners.***

    I alwas say this and it's true

    3. Additional
    In some cases they ask you to show your creatives (banners or landing pages). When I said that I like PPV - I was asked to show my creatives and I did it.

    So, don't be scared! Just choose networks you like and apply. Remeber that sometimes you can be denied and it's not a problem. Just apply again and again to this network.

    CPA Networks:

    1. Maxbounty.com
    It was the first network I applied. I had no experience but I told that I'm good at SEO and also planning to work with PPV and I was approved. They called me from Canada.

    2. Peerfly.com
    No problem The same strategy.

    3. CoProsper.com
    No problem

    4. QwikMedia.com
    This Network is great for Media Buys and PPV. Asked where did I hear about them? I asked that my friends recommended me.

    5. EWA (ewanetwork.com)
    This Network is private network but it's not so HARD to get accepted. I just sent them email and they didn't call. And approved me.
    Tip: If you want to get accepted in EWA:
    - You can find a referrer
    - Or you can contact Ryan Eagle and ask for help - he will help you.

    Important note: I'm not from US or Canada. I'm an "international affiliate". That's why in most cases I was communicating using: Email and AIM.

    I hope it will help you.

    Just remeber - don't be scared. CPA Network want to work with you. Start with Maxbounty (as I listed) and everything will be fine.

    P.S.
    All my tips are according to my experience and courses where I got this information. As I told sometimes you can be denied - I was denied by NeverBlue

    Thanks your thread,can we make a friends? talk about how to get approve?please email me: domaincrack@gmail(.)com.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    Nice tips .

    I am sure these tips would help lots of newbies .
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  • Profile picture of the author sixstringmel
    Hi

    I am a newbie at affiliate & CPA marketing and this was good advice for me.

    I have already applied to EWA but have not heard back from them yet, and I was going to try neverblue next, but see that you were declined, so I don't think I'll stand any chance there yet - maybe try them later.

    In fact I think I'll take your advice and try maxbounty next.

    Anyway thanks for the heads up and if you, (or any other warriors), can offer any more insightful tips to getting accepted by CPA networks, it would be very much appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author vampire3x
    OMG,, this is what i seek for.
    thanks bro
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  • Profile picture of the author Ruck
    A lot of great info on how to get into CPA Networks. After owning the C2M Affiliate Networks for 3+ years, the simplest way to put it is, don't lie about your business. However, if you do have to lie to get into a CPA Network, it kind of goes against the grain of the network to allow you because you are trying to play them ehhh?

    Here are 5 quick tips I'll contribute that I wrote back in April of 2008:

    • Dont have a website, build one. It’s an instant red flag. Another red flag is if you dont have a website then using something like Google or Yahoo will get you denied pretty quick. Fact of the matter is that silly things like that are seen hundreds of times daily. Your best bet is to ALWAYS utilize the comment box located in applications. You better be telling why you dont have a site and what your intentions are.
    • Get on the phone – Immediately after filing an application go try to locate a contact number. You take the innitiative not the network. While it’s always nice for the networks to do that, I think I covered an important point of all the bull**** networks deal with.
    • Dont use the same website 5 times – Automatic deletion in my book. This looks like you used form filling software. I use form filling software but I examine every application I ever submitted so to not allow a silly mistake that looks unprofessional like this. If you dont have 5 websites then dont put anything there.
    • State your strengths and intentions – Comment boxes are on applications for a reason. Skipping them shows laziness. Filling them out shows professionalism. How serious would you like your online businesses and account to be taken?
    • Use a reliable email client – If I see asia.com or usa.com or mail.com, I automatically delete it. Use your head because aside from all the bull**** spam some networks send you, the really good ones with good Affiliate Managers are going to send you tips that you dont want to miss.
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    • Profile picture of the author RedShifted
      Originally Posted by Ruck View Post

      Here are 5 quick tips I'll contribute that I wrote back in April of 2008:




      Dont have a website, build one. It’s an instant red flag. Another red flag is if you dont have a website then using something like Google or Yahoo will get you denied pretty quick. Fact of the matter is that silly things like that are seen hundreds of times daily. Your best bet is to ALWAYS utilize the comment box located in applications. You better be telling why you dont have a site and what your intentions are.
      • Get on the phone – Immediately after filing an application go try to locate a contact number. You take the innitiative not the network. While it’s always nice for the networks to do that, I think I covered an important point of all the bull**** networks deal with.
      • Dont use the same website 5 times – Automatic deletion in my book. This looks like you used form filling software. I use form filling software but I examine every application I ever submitted so to not allow a silly mistake that looks unprofessional like this. If you dont have 5 websites then dont put anything there.
      • State your strengths and intentions – Comment boxes are on applications for a reason. Skipping them shows laziness. Filling them out shows professionalism. How serious would you like your online businesses and account to be taken?
      • Use a reliable email client – If I see asia.com or usa.com or mail.com, I automatically delete it. Use your head because aside from all the bull**** spam some networks send you, the really good ones with good Affiliate Managers are going to send you tips that you dont want to miss.
      This sounds great and all but I didn't have a website and I didn't exactly do any of these things all I really focused on was one thing. And for 3 out of my first 3 networks it seemed to work great as I didn't get denied by one.

      What I conveyed to all of them was an unmatched type of ambition. I showed through my words how obsessed I was with CPA and the countless hours I had spent researching the stupidest little things the most people probably wouldn't take a minute to read about. When I research something I research EVERY single aspect of something that possibly exists.
      I had mentioned at least 10 different ideas I had storming in my head and I was EXTREMELY enthused just to talk about them to my coaches. I was fresh meat and somewhat naive and I knew they knew that, but I also knew I had an advantage and that was the energy and enthusiasm I brought to the table as a newbie.

      And in terms of that I'm probably one of the most enthusiastic people I know when it comes to CPA. I've only been in it for 8 weeks now about but I have cut off other areas of my life 100% just to master this. Like studio time and producing music. I did it for the last 9 years of my life everyday and this is the first time I haven't produced music in over 9 years. I did that stuff every single day. Possibly one of my strongest desires in this world was to master music. But since discovering CPA my desire for music has almost been crushed.

      It was conveying little things like this to my coaches that I think made them realize I am serious as serious can be. I'm not here just to test a few things, fail and then leave. I'm here to test absolutely every single thing I can, think of every single thing I can, and master every single thing I can. I am potently ambitious about this stuff and I might even risk saying that 16 hours a day as long as I'm awake I'm trying to concoct new marketing strategies in my head.

      My coaches can sense I have "CPA OCD" and really if you can show your coach you are just genuinely ambitious to learn this stuff that is the only thing I think you really need to show them. We ALL are going to make mistakes but its the ambitious ones who never give up when they fail. These coaches know this. And the more ambitious you are the more it benefits everyone not just yourself. The energy rubs off on them, on your campaigns, on other marketers.

      So really I definitely think all that stuff is more of a formality, but if you want to be original like I always strive to be, just show your coaches you are AMBITIOUS and READY to conquer the world. Tell him about your ideas (of which in my opinion you should have lots but should know how to focus on one thing) and show him how excited this stuff makes you. Thats what I do now when I call my coach its almost impossible for him to get me off the phone and I'm sure one side of him hates it but another side of him realizes how much I just love marketing.

      Show your coach you are ambitious and in it for the right reasons, convey that to him and show him you are intelligent and an outside the box thinker. If you can really show him that, than forget if you reuse a site 5 times or break any of these formalities imo. Just tell him you were doing a test of which you did 100 today, and one of those tests was to see how reusing a site would effect conversions. What if you found it didn't effect conversions?

      Thats why I prefer to rarely follow rules. Rules are there to guide newbies. But you're never going to learn a whole lot by following them. The real experts imo are those who have a motivation to break the rules so they can SEE for THEMSELVES why those rules are in place and how important they actually are. Then they are able to derive a type of knowledge that a conformist never could. This is how I got good at music, by breaking tons of rules and reinventing my own wheel or "style". If you ever want to get good at anything, then like I said don't be overly concerned about following norms. Rules are definitely important, but they can also hold a lot of people back. So take what you will from this.

      And no this doesn't mean go employing one bluefart method after another it means that there is something to learn from almost everything you do. So in order to learn the most you must do the most imo. Like right now I'm not using my landing page on purpose. I'm intentionally trying to see how not having a landing page effects conversions. If I posted on here asking about the importance of a landing page everyone would say "you ABSOLUTELY need one!" And yeh I do. But I still want to see how important it is in the real world. I also want to see if theres anyways to improve things BEFORE the landing page. Which there is. Like your ads themselves. Should I really be so focused on having a landing page when I'm not even sure which ads are most effective?

      Chances are if I had a landing page up right now and wasn't getting conversions I'd be asking people what was wrong with my landing page, instead of what was wrong with my ads. I see this all the time on here too like "you need the indiana jones of CPA to make your landing page for you" almost like its the single most important aspect of marketing. But rarely do I see threads focused on the ads themselves and how they are designed. So right now I removed the element of the landing page because if I can get conversions w/out one, that must mean my ads are good. And if I can accomplish that first, THEN I'll start working on a golden landing page. This is MY wheel and I get to spin it however I want. Rules are secondary.

      (sry for the rant)
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  • Profile picture of the author storemerchant
    nice info for beginners thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author zfalcon
    thank you for these tips

    i really need it after rejection from cj
    is it necessary to have a web site have a good traffic to expect but i depend on email marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author deeguy1
    I found I can get into about 1/2 of the networks with little effort. Some just deny me for no good reason
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  • Profile picture of the author safexsolutions
    Good start up guide..
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  • Profile picture of the author kedipmata
    you can get easy approve with cpa if you have authority site. I have friends who has authority site and many cpa networks sent email to offer cpa.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    This is a great write up. For even more tips and tricks, check out the following thread I made a while ago. It has helped many people out as well!

    http://www.warriorforum.com/ad-netwo...cceptance.html


    Kenster
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  • Profile picture of the author jrlsage
    Interesting.

    I am trying to get my website more into this type fo stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    Most importantly, know what to say if you are asked questions by the network you have applied to. Do some homework, read the threads that guide you how to to get into networks.

    Good information by OP, useful for anyone applying to CPA networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kenster
    Yep...the most important thing is having a promotion plan you can articulate to them. That's normally the make or break moment of the phone screening/application
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  • Profile picture of the author jsjohn386
    nice tips
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  • Profile picture of the author Kruciall
    Great post, thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author AlenGeorgeson
    Good stuff. All you need is confidence. Don't be scared or whatever, just fill out the application, be honest, and then call them immediately. You'll be approved if you do that.

    Hope that helps.
    Alen
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  • Profile picture of the author Talha AboveMax
    Great stuff, key to get approved is to Be Honest
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  • Profile picture of the author Daverio
    Thank you for the great informations! Your tips will be very helpful to me as I will be applying to peerfly and maxbounty.
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  • Profile picture of the author crumpet
    I hear about a lot of people getting denied from cpa networks and it always seems to come down to the same reason and that's lack of planning.

    I had the same problem when I first started, but since I PLANNED on how to advertise these networks offers, I started to get accepted.

    CPA networks know when you're lying - and they know when you have a set idea on marketing cpa offers. Even if its a basic idea that might not make many sales, they will like the fact that you're not going in willy nilly trying to make an extra buck.
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  • Profile picture of the author messi1453
    very nice tips.
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  • Profile picture of the author jerry310
    Good info indeed
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    • Profile picture of the author crosbymkt
      i did not even know it was a problem i just sent peerfly and maxbounty a message and showed them a site but now im feeling like i should have gone a bit more into detail and tried a bit harder because by reading this thread if they say there not interested its my own fault for being so casual about it all.
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  • Profile picture of the author cpaddiction
    I can literally get into 95% networks, but the rest 5% needs several attempts as they're so damn picky.

    "Be honest" will not always work, especially for those larger networks who prefer experienced pubs rather than newbies.
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  • When those CPA network call me on phone, what will they going to ask?

    Because i am not an English speaking guy, so i want to have some preparation before i get the call.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tezzsun
    I must have bad luck, i tried going into MaxBounty and never got a word from them back
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  • Profile picture of the author rgeczi
    @Tezzsun,

    Maybe you can try contacting the user Maxbounty on here, to see why you weren't approved. You might have to get someone to assist you with it because you might not have the required post amount to be able to send PMs. Or, you can search his name and see where he has posted, then just post a message in that thread and hopefully he replies.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author run
    That the point that I was scare of getting accepted into CPA networks. Because I live in a country which is not using English, and also my English language is not that good in order to communicate well face to face or voice to voice with the native speakers. I'm afraid when they called and I don't understand the meaning, so how could I answer them properly?
    That's the point that as an international applicant yet have the issue of communicating, I had low chance of getting into the era.
    I'm sure that I can write and use English well in the wording communication, but it's hard for me in the voice connected.
    Even if I'm a serious applicant, and I'm eager to earn some money in this area, I can not. The first step of jumping into making money in CPA zone, we must obtain a network or more, but even getting accepted into my proper networks is unable, how could I continue to another step?
    Thanks!
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    I just wanna tell you that most of the links in the signature are trash and/or a trap to make you pay!
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    Thats quite a lot of info there. Could somebody just throw a little light on what to do in case the applicant has no prior experience in the IM field.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjaysen70
    These posts are good content, however it still is comedy to me how many people suffer to get approved by the cpa networks. It's really not that hard at all. Just have a decent website up, tell them you want to spend money with ppc, and media buys and you know what you're doing. When you talk to them, it's usually a much higher closing ratio of approval.
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    Tired of the grind? Wait. PM me to see a better way.

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