How does the email submit work? (advertiser end)

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Does anyone know how email submits work behind the scene? If an advertiser pays you 1.20 for an email submit. The network is obviously getting a proportion of that per lead. But what exactly is the advertiser doing giving out those iphone offers ect? Is it a way to generate emails in hopes of marketing to that list in the future? I'm just trying to understand more on the entire process and the benefits it has for the advertiser because I don't see where they will be making money from, especially if people that fill out the email submits just did it for a free iphone. Help me understand more, thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author crysper
    The main goal is to get your email. After that, they will promote lots of crap to you, resell the email list to other advertisers and so on...
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  • Profile picture of the author captainhass
    Read this post from luke's blog How E-mail and Zip Submits Work

    It can help.
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    • Profile picture of the author crysper
      Originally Posted by captainhass View Post

      Read this post from luke's blog How E-mail and Zip Submits Work

      It can help.
      This is one side of the story. I tried 2-3 email submits and got lots of spam emails from different websites.

      From what I heard, the emails are used(who the heck is stupid to capture email and not use it in any way) to push something else and many lists are sold/re-sold by advertisers. Just try by yourself an email submit and see what happens with your email (even if you don't complete the sign-up proccess)
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      • Profile picture of the author captainhass
        Originally Posted by crysper View Post

        This is one side of the story. I tried 2-3 email submits and got lots of spam emails from different websites.

        From what I heard, the emails are used(who the heck is stupid to capture email and not use it in any way) to push something else and many lists are sold/re-sold by advertisers. Just try by yourself an email submit and see what happens with your email (even if you don't complete the sign-up proccess)
        I know this long story and i actually tried it before.
        #1 This advertiser didn't enforce any visitor to sign up or even submit his Email rudely.

        #2 There are terms & conditions which the visitor should read before submitting any data (Iam sure he will not and so is the advertiser) so it's ok from the advertiser side because he has a privacy policy, disclaimer and terms for the particular offer.

        #3 Every Email you are going to receive includes unsubscribe link if you want to cancel this (So it's legal some kind).

        #4 Sure, the advertiser made 10X your commission at least (may be even the visitor completed the offer or not).

        #5 Many advertisers are basically CPA affiliates (big affiliates or more experienced) who may make profits from your crappy Email submit using many methods (Co Registration, selling the Email, still sending offers periodically, he made a list of many interested people in a particular niche where he can milk them later and sure he make the visitors complete other offers he got from other CPA networks.... and many methods i know and don't know....etc)

        So advertisers are always WINNERS [And also still shaving, scrubbing and claiming that your leads are poor quality and it make him lose... LOL ].

        So that's the small movie i know a little about.

        So What do you think? Do you have another vision ??????
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        • Profile picture of the author crysper
          Originally Posted by captainhass View Post

          I know this long story and i actually tried it before.
          #1 This advertiser didn't enforce any visitor to sign up or even submit his Email rudely.

          #2 There are terms & conditions which the visitor should read before submitting any data (Iam sure he will not and so is the advertiser) so it's ok from the advertiser side because he has a privacy policy, disclaimer and terms for the particular offer.

          #3 Every Email you are going to receive includes unsubscribe link if you want to cancel this (So it's legal some kind).

          #4 Sure, the advertiser made 10X your commission at least (may be even the visitor completed the offer or not).

          #5 Many advertisers are basically CPA affiliates (big affiliates or more experienced) who may make profits from your crappy Email submit using many methods (Co Registration, selling the Email, still sending offers periodically, he made a list of many interested people in a particular niche where he can milk them later and sure he make the visitors complete other offers he got from other CPA networks.... and many methods i know and don't know....etc)

          So advertisers are always WINNERS [And also still shaving, scrubbing and claiming that your leads are poor quality and it make him lose... LOL ].

          So that's the small movie i know a little about.

          So What do you think? Do you have another vision ??????
          Yep, you're right
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  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    Originally Posted by stuzilla View Post

    Does anyone know how email submits work behind the scene? If an advertiser pays you 1.20 for an email submit. The network is obviously getting a proportion of that per lead. But what exactly is the advertiser doing giving out those iphone offers ect? Is it a way to generate emails in hopes of marketing to that list in the future? I'm just trying to understand more on the entire process and the benefits it has for the advertiser because I don't see where they will be making money from, especially if people that fill out the email submits just did it for a free iphone. Help me understand more, thank you.
    Please refer to this post for your answer: Understanding How Email Submits Work « Ideas From an Affiliate, Network Owner and Advertiser
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