by bmosto
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hello, could you help me please, i am a beginner, i work on cpalead and cpagrip i did paid campaigns on facebook ads rapidworkers and adfly and i won $ 0.
#conversions #cpa
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  • Profile picture of the author professorrosado
    Before spending money, you should pick an offer you yourself can sell without using paid ads - at least, you would have picked something you know and understand and can then proceed to identifying your target markets (demographics) for any paid ads.

    What was your ad spend? Did you do testing first (maybe this was your test)? I don't do any Facebook or Google ads (for new niches I know nothing about) unless I am looking at spending up through $1,000 just to test and see what works. Niches I do know about, I would expect a minimum spend of about $500 to see any real money from well paying programs.

    I believe there is a CPA forum here (or was) where you can find a lot of information or someone actively focusing on CPA that would be of great help to you.

    I think these sections can help you:

    PPC / SEM:
    AD Networks:
    Social Media:

    Good Luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I've been promoting affiliate / CPA offers for 19 years. However, I do things differently than most.

    I heavily promote PPL (pay per lead...lead generation) offers. This is because there is no credit card / purchase required to complete an offer. All a user has to do is fill out a form, so conversion rates are typically much higher compared to offers that require a sale to be made.

    I favor offers that have a make, get or save money benefit to them, as they have overall worked the best. They also tend to have the greatest mass appeal (will be of interest to a large general audience), so the potential exists to produce high volume and they are fairly easy to cross-promote on the back-end.

    Some of the verticals (niches) I have done extremely well with are: education, insurance, loans, debt, credit, mortgage, assistance, discount offers, homeowner offers, etc...

    The bulk of the PPL offers that I promote pay $20-$40 per lead, but I also promote offers that pay more and less. You don't want to get too caught up on what an offer pays because how well it converts is just as important. For example, if you have an offer that pays $9, but if it converts at 2X or more of a $20 offer, then it will perform about the same or possibly better. At the same time, if you have an offer that pays $90 and it converts poorly, it may not even be worth promoting.

    I have also done just as good with dating website sign-ups and pretty good with free trial + S/H offers. I also promote a very limited number of offers that are straight sales. For them, mass appeal is still the number one thing I look for and I also look for one of the following...

    1) The product is new and/or novel-unique and you can't purchase it locally or even something similar. I don't waste my time with it once something similar shows up in Walmart.

    2) The buyer can truly get what is being offered at a decent discount.

    3) Solves a house is on fire type problem.

    However, I mainly promote non-PPL offers on the backend.

    Bottom line, it's far easier to get someone fill out a short form than to get them to pull out their credit card and make a purchase. So why struggle with trying to sell this or that, when you can provide free information that users want/need and get paid well doing it.

    Something to think about.
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