My Take On CPA Networks...

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I would be new to CPA networks.

But, I decided to go against the grain, and tell the truth.

The truth is, I have no previous expertise in CPA networks.

And every single network I am trying, they are wanting proof of earnings (from other CPA networks) before letting me in to theirs.

Every single one I have tried has been the same. I have given them my proof of who I am, driving licence, confirmed phone number. But still, nothing.

Should I lie to get in? Because it seems to me, that is the only way?

Me being honest is only making things harder.

Any suggestions?
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  • Profile picture of the author buzilla
    Are you looking to promote CPA offers using CPC or do you have a website that you will be promoting the offers on?
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    • Profile picture of the author georgedinmore
      Originally Posted by buzilla View Post

      Are you looking to promote CPA offers using CPC or do you have a website that you will be promoting the offers on?
      Use email marketing to promote offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aura
    PM me for assistance.
    If you could pay($3), I could get you into any or multiple CPA networks if you want.
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    • Profile picture of the author georgedinmore
      Originally Posted by Aura View Post

      PM me for assistance.
      If you could pay($3), I could get you into any or multiple CPA networks if you want.
      How about i pay you $1000 if you can get me into 10 of the networks I want?

      joking, i do not know you
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  • Profile picture of the author georgedinmore
    Originally Posted by Art of Marketing View Post

    You can always try MoreNiche....they love to teach affiliates how to make them money and you get to make some too along the way. Not a bad deal.

    Really you have to look at the deal from the Networks perception..they want producers.

    I have gotten approved many times in the past with no website but I told the truth that I was going to create a brand spanking new campaign using several different specific methods based on the offers that I see...once I am inside.

    I think they really want to know you understand how things work sometimes because there is another affiliate they can be letting in that will hit the ground running and making conversions.

    Also I am sure quality leads is a huge concern for networks.

    -Art
    Hi Art,

    I am fully aware of the problems networks have, they do not know me from adam.

    And i did exactly that, tell them exactly how i was going to promote the links, but that made no difference. They are still wanting numbers.

    Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author vaalkaa
    Originally Posted by georgedinmore View Post

    I would be new to CPA networks.

    But, I decided to go against the grain, and tell the truth.

    The truth is, I have no previous expertise in CPA networks.

    And every single network I am trying, they are wanting proof of earnings (from other CPA networks) before letting me in to theirs.

    Every single one I have tried has been the same. I have given them my proof of who I am, driving licence, confirmed phone number. But still, nothing.

    Should I lie to get in? Because it seems to me, that is the only way?

    Me being honest is only making things harder.

    Any suggestions?
    I don't think that lying is that way to go in any thing in life.
    Did you try the phone? I know its sounds a little old fashion,but nothing bits the the old "one on one" personal contact.
    Call them up,tell them all about you,what are your marketing plans for the future,and im shore they will let you in in no time
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    • Profile picture of the author georgedinmore
      Originally Posted by vaalkaa View Post

      I don't think that lying is that way to go in any thing in life.
      Did you try the phone? I know its sounds a little old fashion,but nothing bits the the old "one on one" personal contact.
      Call them up,tell them all about you,what are your marketing plans for the future,and im shore they will let you in in no time
      I have phoned them. Every single one. They still stick by what they have said. Until i can show them minimum of $500 made using another network, they do not want to know.

      They even made the point of, Clickbank is not a CPA network. And i did not even mention Clickbank in my application.

      I was on phone to Neverblue for an hour last night. That was a waste of my time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Don't pay anyone to get you into affiliate networks.

    Just call them on the phone, and be persitant.

    Try MaxBounty, NeverBlue, Peerfly...
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  • Profile picture of the author georgedinmore
    If you notice, it was a joke, paying someone to get into a network.

    But, the list is only so long. There are so many that are bogus networks, so got to be careful.
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  • Profile picture of the author CreativesLinda
    The only networks you mentioned were Neverblue and PeerFly. There are hundreds out there. But because there's so much email spamming they all have to be very careful with the new affiliates they approve. Be professional, have a detailed plan for promoting offers, and keep knocking on doors, as they say in the brick and mortar world. Somebody will be willing to closely monitor your traffic so they'll give you a chance to get your foot in the door.

    WF is a great place to find out if a network is bogus or not. If you find one you'd like to work with, do your research and you'll more than likely be able to find the information you need.
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  • Profile picture of the author ZephyrIon
    You can join my CPA network but only starting in July when it launches, I'll have offers from plenty of private networks that can convert well. Don't give up the monies around the corner.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aura
    I don't joke =)
    I can get you in any network of your wish except clickbooth if you don't have a site.
    If yes, then why not cb either?


    Personally, I love Adscendmedia.

    And OP, try CPALead or AdworkMedia, they'll accept you for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author run
    It's easier to join incentive friendly networks such as Incent.ly, AdworkMedia, AdcendMedia, CPAlead, LeadKitchen.

    I'm from non English speaking country, I've never pick up a phone call to get approve because I can't communicate in English through direct voice conversion as I'm not good at English at all.

    Why would you pay to get into the networks while you could get into many networks easily by telling them the truth about what your quality is.

    Check out some other networks at affpaying.com to see the lists and top rated networks.
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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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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    It's easier to join incentive friendly networks such as Incent.ly, AdworkMedia, AdcendMedia, CPAlead, LeadKitchen.
    yes, but be weary incentive offers have much lower EPCs. You should only use them for incent traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
    Hi there,

    We are a strong network and we are happy to accept new affiliates. I would never recommend you lie on an application. All networks are different and some accept new affiliates and some don't. Feel free to fill in our application and be 100% honest and hopefully we can work together.

    Thanks.

    Joey @ Leadsmack.com


    Originally Posted by georgedinmore View Post

    I would be new to CPA networks.

    But, I decided to go against the grain, and tell the truth.

    The truth is, I have no previous expertise in CPA networks.

    And every single network I am trying, they are wanting proof of earnings (from other CPA networks) before letting me in to theirs.

    Every single one I have tried has been the same. I have given them my proof of who I am, driving licence, confirmed phone number. But still, nothing.

    Should I lie to get in? Because it seems to me, that is the only way?

    Me being honest is only making things harder.

    Any suggestions?
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