What does "No Email marketing" mean

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Ok, so I want to run a CPA offer on my blog, but the terms of the offer state "No Email marketing".

I'm confused as to if that means I'm not allowed to directly send the offer by email, which I don't plan on doing.

Can I use my email list to send traffic to my site, and have the offer on the landing page?

Then the visitor can use the CPA link from there.

Or does it mean I can't use my list to send traffic to my site if I run the offer at all?

Will they be able to tell if the traffic to my blog is coming from an email source?

I am new to this restriction and using emails to send traffic, so I want as much info as possible before I decide to run the offer or not.

Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    It just means that you can't promote the offer in an email message.
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  • Profile picture of the author bobby_shahzad
    It simply means that you cannot promote a CPA offer via email marketing...
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  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Mace
    Hey,

    It sounds like the product owner is disallowing email traffic to his product. The reason for this is probably because the average EPC's (earnings per click) from email traffic is lower than most other sources.

    Email marketing is a GREAT way to make a lot of money. But if you're a product owner, you can only attract new affiliates by promising high EPC's and average dollars per sale.

    You won't find this restriction on most offers. So I would just move onto a different product option. WarriorPlus is LOADED with CPA offers


    Originally Posted by topg338 View Post

    Ok, so I want to run a CPA offer on my blog, but the terms of the offer state "No Email marketing".

    I'm confused as to if that means I'm not allowed to directly send the offer by email, which I don't plan on doing.

    Can I use my email list to send traffic to my site, and have the offer on the landing page?

    Then the visitor can use the CPA link from there.

    Or does it mean I can't use my list to send traffic to my site if I run the offer at all?

    Will they be able to tell if the traffic to my blog is coming from an email source?

    I am new to this restriction and using emails to send traffic, so I want as much info as possible before I decide to run the offer or not.

    Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author henryw1981
    It means that the product cannot be marketed through email. You may want to find another CPA network with a similar offer that will let you market with email.
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  • Profile picture of the author topg338
    Great replies!

    Just to clarify here's what I'm understanding,

    "No email marketing" means I can't send an email with a link directly to the offer, but I can send an email with a link to a landing page that has the offer?

    I don't want to ask the advertiser so I don't look like a newb. So any tips will help a lot.

    Thank you.

    BTW this offer is unique and converts very well with my niche, so I don't want to scare the advertiser away.
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    • Profile picture of the author Convert2Melissa
      You are correct - you cannot market the individual offer via email - so no link - no creative materials etc via email.

      You can market your website via email and have a banner or article about the offer yes, so long as the email is for the site and not the offer in question.

      Since you weren't planning on marketing the individual offer via email I would say you're safe to promote on your blog as planned.

      I hope that helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    It means you should contact your affiliate manager at the CPA network and get the exact clarification from them.

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