$300 per day

by JasonGiorgini 9 replies
Hey Warriors,

I'm doing $300 per day with one affiliate network company (purposely left name out) which is on a Net 15 payment cycle. Never read full TOS might be against talking about them for all I know

Anyways, I asked today how much do I need to do for weekly payments and they said $1k per day.

From my experience this is way higher than industry standards. They are completely not taking into consideration adword costs and me tying up my money for 1 month. Not only that payments are suppose to be there on 15th, but many months they come around the 21st - 23rd of each month.

I am thinking of stop sending them traffic. Do you think this will make a difference. I know this is not a lot of money per day, and AM's have many people doing much more than this daily, but at the same time.

Don't you think they should be a little more accommodating?
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
    I think if you're doing at least $1k per week, you should get weekly payments. So I agree... If they're not going to work with you, I'd find someone better IF you can make as much money as with them and it's not a hassle to switch over.

    Originally Posted by Rich*******s View Post

    Hey Warriors,

    I'm doing $300 per day with one affiliate network company (purposely left name out) which is on a Net 15 payment cycle. Never read full TOS might be against talking about them for all I know

    Anyways, I asked today how much do I need to do for weekly payments and they said $1k per day.

    From my experience this is way higher than industry standards. They are completely not taking into consideration adword costs and me tying up my money for 1 month. Not only that payments are suppose to be there on 15th, but many months they come around the 21st - 23rd of each month.

    I am thinking of stop sending them traffic. Do you think this will make a difference. I know this is not a lot of money per day, and AM's have many people doing much more than this daily, but at the same time.

    Don't you think they should be a little more accommodating?
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  • Profile picture of the author misterwrecker
    Originally Posted by Rich*******s View Post

    Hey Warriors,

    I'm doing $300 per day with one affiliate network company (purposely left name out) which is on a Net 15 payment cycle. Never read full TOS might be against talking about them for all I know

    Anyways, I asked today how much do I need to do for weekly payments and they said $1k per day.

    From my experience this is way higher than industry standards. They are completely not taking into consideration adword costs and me tying up my money for 1 month. Not only that payments are suppose to be there on 15th, but many months they come around the 21st - 23rd of each month.

    I am thinking of stop sending them traffic. Do you think this will make a difference. I know this is not a lot of money per day, and AM's have many people doing much more than this daily, but at the same time.

    Don't you think they should be a little more accommodating?



    If you are making $300/day with this affiliate network, you should have every word of that TOS memorized.





    -John
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    • Profile picture of the author Gabung
      Wow $300 per day?. Is it for selling product or cpa based?
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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I know this is not a lot of money per day
        Says who? Don't believe all the stuff you read about earnings - some of it is conjecture rather than fact.

        $300 a day online is 7 days a week and is over $100k a year. I doubt anyone would see that as not a lot of money.

        Could the company be more accommodating? Sure. Do they have to be? No - they own the company and set the terms. The delay of a few days in payment may be due to location or payment method - is that possible?

        What is important is that you ARE being paid the money you have earned. There are many who "earn" money listed on a computer screen and never get paid that amount into their bank accounts.

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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Lear
    Have you actually received any payments from them yet? As long as you're eventually getting paid, I'd keep doing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonGiorgini
    LOL MisterWrecker you might be right...

    And to answer your question Gabung it is CPA based.
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonGiorgini
    Kay it's not me being paid that I am concerned with.. I know they pay.. It is the timing of the payments I have a problem with.

    For one thing the company and I have the same bank, just located in different states. The payment method is ACH/Wire.

    Yes getting paid is an important factor Kay, and I am not sure if you have ever ran PPC campaigns, but the problem is, this is not my only successful campaign, nor is this the only network I am working with, every dollar counts, and PPC companies take out money daily from my Debit cards. The issue is with the company tying up money for extending periods of time.

    I guess it can best likened to a real estate deal in an area not affected by the recession. Sure you can get paid in the long run, and possibly a nice ROI, but is it worth tying up your money when you can be using it in other avenues making more with it.

    You and I may not see 100k as little money, but I am speaking in terms of affiliate companies. This is little money compared to them.

    I'm just reaching out to PPC people who have been in similar situations to gather advice.
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  • Hello RB,

    If you can leverage by using true credit cards and your experience (with the affiliate network company) that assures that you will be paid.

    Getting your name on a relative's PayPAl account or credit card and always paying at least the minimum plus somethingextra, might be used.

    Banks could give credit lines against assets or an acceptable business plan.

    How long has the company been in business?
    What is there D&B rating?

    I say if you money is safe, but slow, do not reinvent he wheel.

    Just figure out to keep the wheels greased.

    You will be smiling nicely and often.

    Ka-Ching, Ka-Ching - sounds sweet to me.

    All the Best
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonGiorgini
    Thanks for the advice, TheDebtEliminator,

    Not sure when the company started I have been with them for 7 months. There domain says it was registered in 2006. I am currently using my debit business card, doing a similar thing. Maybe I should explore getting a true credit card issued under the business. I have overdraft protection for when PPC companies take out money that isn't there and I have a reserved amount of funds I invest. Adding 5.5% of profits to that amount each month. Thing is CPC's fluctuate, sometimes causing daily expenditures of campaigns to soar, not to mention testing other campaigns, to find other winners. What has happened as of late, is that I have incurred fees from my bank account. So I was thinking, hey, this company is really causing this hardship. Let me talk to them, and that's when I was hit with the spew of 1k per day.

    And some other irrelevant chatter about old cpa days, of **** and affiliates doing 10k per day.. That I didn't care to hear, as it would not change my situation. Stopping the campaign will not make me or break me.

    While I would like to keep it going, I have to come to the point, where I will just lay down a trump card. Weekly or I move campaign. I even asked about bi-weekly Was told they didn't have it. But before I did, I decided to seek advice.. Rather this was a good move/bad move.. With so many users, I figured someone has been through similar situation before, might have been more money or less.
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