Point of Many Networks?

by tidest
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What is the point of using many different cpa networks?

And does anyone know the number I can use to call neverblue?
#networks #point
  • Profile picture of the author imback
    I use 3 usually only 2.

    Why?

    Simple I like to try and compete against one another and get a higher payout.

    Believe it or not a .50 cent raise in the payout can be the difference between 50 dollars profit and 500


    CHAD
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonWestwick
      Originally Posted by imback View Post

      I use 3 usually only 2.

      Why?

      Simple I like to try and compete against one another and get a higher payout.

      Believe it or not a .50 cent raise in the payout can be the difference between 50 dollars profit and 500


      CHAD
      I agree completely, this is definitely a solid reason for working with multiple networks.

      Also I advise signing up to multiple networks as not only do you want a variety of offers and payouts, but you will find that you will "click" with a certain few networks who you will run most of your campaigns with.
      You can't get a feel for how a networks and it's AM's truly work until you have been accepted and start working with them.
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      • Profile picture of the author imback
        Originally Posted by JasonWestwick View Post

        I agree completely, this is definitely a solid reason for working with multiple networks.

        Also I advise signing up to multiple networks as not only do you want a variety of offers and payouts, but you will find that you will "click" with a certain few networks who you will run most of your campaigns with.
        You can't get a feel for how a networks and it's AM's truly work until you have been accepted and start working with them.

        Very true Jason.

        I have clicked with my two top networks the most. It is hard to find a true AM that knows what they are doing these days.


        CHAD
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    • Profile picture of the author tidest
      Originally Posted by imback View Post

      I use 3 usually only 2.

      Why?

      Simple I like to try and compete against one another and get a higher payout.

      Believe it or not a .50 cent raise in the payout can be the difference between 50 dollars profit and 500


      CHAD
      Sorry, but I dont understand
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      • Profile picture of the author JasonWestwick
        Originally Posted by tidest View Post

        Sorry, but I dont understand
        Basically he is stating that he predominantly works with only 2 or 3 networks.

        These networks will most likely be running very similar if not the same offers, the payouts for each offer may or may not be the same.

        What Chad does is simply use his good standing and relationship with the network to increase the payout that is offered, he will play the networks against each other until he has the highest payout that can be offered.

        As he states something as small as a $0.50 difference can have a huge impact on your overall profits when converting at big number.

        1000 conversions = $500 more.

        hope that helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author jordanberg2311
        Originally Posted by tidest View Post

        Sorry, but I dont understand
        what he meant is same offer but the payout differs from network to network
        e.g. a dating offer (Mate1.com) payout is $4.50 in Network A and it can be $5.00 in Network B.

        yes, you make 0.50 from network B. If you do 20conversions a day is $10 more.
        Some super affiliates doing 200 conversions per day. That's $100 more.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Also, offers go down all the time and having more then one source is always a good thing.

    Networks want you to run everything through them, (because they get a cut of everything), but if an offer goes down, you're screwed without and replacement offer.
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    • Profile picture of the author imback
      Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

      Also, offers go down all the time and having more then one source is always a good thing.

      Networks want you to run everything through them, (because they get a cut of everything), but if an offer goes down, you're screwed without and replacement offer.

      That is definitely a reason too! Good Point. Usually if you have high even traffic of good quality the publisher will still let you run the offer, but if not you can go to your other networks.

      CHAD
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  • Profile picture of the author AnnD
    Neverblue - +1 250-386-5323
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  • Profile picture of the author zpoll92
    Can you please tell us which is the best netowrks in your opinion? I am going to use E-mail submits & Zip submits. How much money may I get for them?
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  • Profile picture of the author Wiz Khalifa
    In my opinion if you get banned from network #1, you still got network #2 to work on. just safety and more to choose from
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    • Profile picture of the author imback
      Originally Posted by JasonWestwick View Post

      Basically he is stating that he predominantly works with only 2 or 3 networks.

      These networks will most likely be running very similar if not the same offers, the payouts for each offer may or may not be the same.

      What Chad does is simply use his good standing and relationship with the network to increase the payout that is offered, he will play the networks against each other until he has the highest payout that can be offered.

      As he states something as small as a $0.50 difference can have a huge impact on your overall profits when converting at big number.

      1000 conversions = $500 more.

      hope that helps.
      Exactly WHY!

      Thanks for clarifying that for them

      CHAD

      Originally Posted by jordanberg2311 View Post

      what he meant is same offer but the payout differs from network to network
      e.g. a dating offer (Mate1.com) payout is $4.50 in Network A and it can be $5.00 in Network B.

      yes, you make 0.50 from network B. If you do 20conversions a day is $10 more.
      Some super affiliates doing 200 conversions per day. That's $100 more.
      Yes and beyond that to battle it out with my AM's and get even higher payouts that the one they already gave.

      Originally Posted by Wiz Khalifa View Post

      In my opinion if you get banned from network #1, you still got network #2 to work on. just safety and more to choose from

      I guess this is a good idea I do not do anything to get banned so it is all good

      CHAD
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    It's good to have accounts with multiple networks in order to have access to more offers and better payouts. However, I don't recommend you to run campaigns with many networks simultaneously, keep in mind that it's better to be a big publisher with one company than a small one with many companies. Big publishers tend to get better offers, payouts and support, so don't spread your income unless you're doing a lot of volume.


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

      It's good to have accounts with multiple networks in order to have access to more offers and better payouts. However, I don't recommend you to run campaigns with many networks simultaneously, keep in mind that it's better to be a big publisher with one company than a small one with many companies. Big publishers tend to get better offers, payouts and support, so don't spread your income unless you're doing a lot of volume.


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      Yes you never want to spread your income, that is exactly why it is important to keep your number one network in check by bringing up their competitors aka your other network every now and again


      CHAD
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  • Profile picture of the author JustFelix
    The more cpa network there is the more offers you can promote. Another thing is that you should never keep your eggs in 1 basket. You never know your CPA network can ban you for stupid reasons.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by tidest View Post

    What is the point of using many different cpa networks?

    And does anyone know the number I can use to call neverblue?
    It's good to have a few just to split test offers to optimize your earnings
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  • Profile picture of the author NicholasCollins
    All good ideas, split/a-b testing and keep your account managers in the know that they are not the only operation you use and that they should offer you the best deals they get to keeep you a happy camper and keep you using their network. I always show them how I am growing my network and that as I grow they will grow and they like to hear that kind of stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Cashins
    I like to have multiple myself. If an offer gets hot, I can scale it on another network. Then I have two or more sets of data. I can then get a real good view of whats going on with both my traffic and the network, or even the advertiser.
    You can never be too safe these days with your cash and campaigns. I've had a few AMs try to prod more than enough information from me so they could replicate my success. Having a campaign running in two or more spots insures that I have the advantage. After all, it's just good business.
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  • Profile picture of the author cpazebra
    i always find the highest payout offers between those network.
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