Incentive Traffic at Maxbounty

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Hey All!

I was just going through Maxbounty CPA offers and saw that some CPL offers allow "incentive" traffic.

Does that mean I can hire other people to fill out CPL offers?

Could I get banned if I do that ^?

Thanks!
#incentive #maxbounty #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author JoeFerguson
    Hi Olavski,

    That is not what that means, no. Incentive traffic means you're providing the user an incentive to generate the lead. This can range from virtual rewards like avatars/badges or to actual physical rewards. Incentive requires special attention to the terms and conditions in order to make sure you're generating leads within the guidelines of the advertiser and network.

    And to answer your question, yes you could get terminated for doing that.
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  • Profile picture of the author robofx
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    Originally Posted by Olavski View Post

    Hey All!

    I was just going through Maxbounty CPA offers and saw that some CPL offers allow "incentive" traffic.

    Does that mean I can hire other people to fill out CPL offers?

    Could I get banned if I do that ^?

    Thanks!
    Why would an advertiser pay you to pay someone to fill out a form? It doesn't make any sense.

    Put yourself in the place of the guy paying-out the commissions and you'll understand CPA marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Olavski
      Originally Posted by robofx View Post

      Why would an advertiser pay you to pay someone to fill out a form? It doesn't make any sense.

      Put yourself in the place of the guy paying-out the commissions and you'll understand CPA marketing.
      It's just a little question. Your reaction is exactly what i thought, but I had to be sure. I'm always looking from 2 perspectives, affiliate and merchant. It's better to be a 100% sure then 99.9%
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