Co-reg Registration Leads?

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I've tried in the past co-reg registration leads, which is basically a flow of leads of people who has given the permission to get subscribed by third parties.

So as example they sign up in an opt in form then they sign up to another or more frequently they are signed up to another offer, yours as example, cause there's the permission to give the lead to third parties.

Often it's said that with a good funnell and follow up, they can be good.

Obviously they are very cheap in cost,

I did a test but these leads were really crap.

Anyone has any positive experience? Do you use it? What are the companies do you raccomend?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tyler Wilder
    do you have any email submits i can sign up to and get you to do the same to mine because it seems like i cant get any conversions
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I generate real-time co-reg leads for PPL (pay per lead...lead generation) offers.

    Basically, I'm arbitraging the low-cost co-reg leads into higher quality leads that are sold at a substantial profit. However, much more goes into it than most would think.

    Co-reg lead quality can vary. You may get quick conversions and other times you will need to aggressively follow up with all users and promote additional offers to make it work well.

    Once you've built up a significant amount of leads, you should contact the network and see if they will optimize your campaign(s) with the publishers that are working the best.

    In my experience, while I've built a process that works for me / PPL. I think that if you are trying to promote products / services that a user has to make a purchase will be much more difficult.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
      you are abritraging? you mean you are selling co-reg leads as quality leads or cpa? ????

      Yes i want real users who buy something, not exchanging leads. I sell products, not clicks or cpa
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      • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
        Originally Posted by Connann View Post

        you are abritraging? you mean you are selling co-reg leads as quality leads or cpa? ????

        Yes i want real users who buy something, not exchanging leads. I sell products, not clicks or cpa
        Arbitraging wasn't the best choice for description.

        Buying the co-reg leads and then converting them to quality / responsive leads.

        I run ads for X PPL offer which I generate cheap. Then send them offer for the PPL (CPA offer). Users fill out the form and then I get paid CPA rate. On the back-end, I send them other PPL offers.

        Sounds simpler than it is, but done right it can work very well.
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  • Profile picture of the author SGains18
    Whenever I've tried using this method I too have been unsuccessful. The open and click rates are appalling as the leads weren't interested no matter how good I made the content.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    Personally, I wouldn't waste my time. I want leads who sign up to my list and my list alone because they want what I have.

    Co-reg leads are as cold as they come, and most of the top ARs don't allow it and they don't like it.

    I guess if you know what you are doing you can make them work, but it's definitely not for me and never will be.

    There are MUCH easier ways to build responsive lists.
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  • Profile picture of the author ppres74
    Co-registration deals are great and there are a lot of terrific providers. The trick I've found is to use many at the same time, track the performance of each, and just keep culling out the worst performers over time.
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