Promoting Offers via other networks?

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Some offers in my current network claim I'm able to promote them freely using any methods. Does that mean I could take one offer from a network and then promote it on another network as an advertiser? Would networks accept that?

Thanks,
Sam
#networks #offers #promoting
  • Profile picture of the author harrisunderwork
    Its called brokering of offer, ask your AM first.
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  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    Hit your AM up to be sure. Also, there are so many CPA networks out there. Just contact them to see if they allow this.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaxBounty
    I don't mean to be Debbie Downer, but I think that your biggest hurdle won't be if the networks allows you to broker their campaigns, but finding other networks to take the campaigns through you.

    You'll probably find that networks would rather work directly with the merchant (or at worst, with the network that you are getting the campaign from).
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    • Profile picture of the author harrisunderwork
      Originally Posted by MaxBounty View Post

      I don't mean to be Debbie Downer, but I think that your biggest hurdle won't be if the networks allows you to broker their campaigns, but finding other networks to take the campaigns through you.

      You'll probably find that networks would rather work directly with the merchant (or at worst, with the network that you are getting the campaign from).
      Its generally applicable with big networks.

      As long as offer is converting, some low level networks are ready to work with brokered offers too.

      Infact, in last of COPEAC, I saw one of the affiliate promoting his peerfly offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Samrath Gupta
    What you are talking about is called Offer Brokering as harrisunderwork also explained!

    What you can do is...

    Very few networks allow offer brokering because It can effect lead quality for the real Advertiser and We know... Advertiser will never pay you a penny if Lead is BAD!!

    So, Try using any other source! Or If you want to do Offer brokering then contact your AM!

    Regards
    ~Sam~
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  • Profile picture of the author BozakAxel
    they'd want it brokered from your network, not from you.
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  • Profile picture of the author CPADNA
    Usually that refers to promotion methods (Banner, email, etc.) If you want to give it to another network, ask your affiliate manager if you can rebroker an offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author eedriyz
    We've surely got lots of talented people in here! You can't get a better answer, talk to your AM
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