CPA Networks you Don't have to be Approved for every offers

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Hi,

Which CPA networks you don't need to be approved for each offer?
I just joined one and it seems like every offer you need to be approved by the manager.

Thanks.
Sherri
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  • Profile picture of the author Mahmoud Selman
    There is many networks there you can run offers without need to get approved for each campaign such as Maxbounty and PeerFly.
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  • Profile picture of the author imback
    I would tackle to bigger networks get accepted and bid for a high payout it is worth it.

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    GoodLuck,

    CHAD
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    • Profile picture of the author Bryan99
      Being approved for every offer is the best choice, as this way you're sure if your promotion method is according to the advertiser's TOS.

      Anyhow, there are great CPA companies you can try. As other's suggested, Neverblue, PeerFly, MaxBounty etc are the best of the best.

      -Bryan
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  • Profile picture of the author MitchKid
    Also, when you do get in, develop a relationship with your account manager and stay in touch on a weekly basis. Once your am gets to know you and you develop an ongoing dialouge with them, they become more willing to approve you for offers that require approval. Best of luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew NY
    Just out of curiosity, what network are you in that is requiring this?
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    • Profile picture of the author imback
      Originally Posted by Matthew NY View Post

      Just out of curiosity, what network are you in that is requiring this?

      Pretty much every big network has certain offers that you still need to apply for. Usually the more "legitimate" company offers.


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      • Profile picture of the author Matthew NY
        Originally Posted by imback View Post

        Pretty much every big network has certain offers that you still need to apply for. Usually the more "legitimate" company offers.


        CHAD

        Yeah, but here, the OP said that they needed to apply for EVERY solitary offer - or at least that's how it sounded.

        I was just a bit confused. It sounds like whatever network that the OP is in, being accepted into it would be pretty redundant.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mahmoud Selman
      Originally Posted by Matthew NY View Post

      Just out of curiosity, what network are you in that is requiring this?
      CPAway has such policy in the incentive side, I need to apply for each campaign I want to promote. Its one of my favorite networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barb Thornback
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