CPA Networks??

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by TweetGirl, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. TweetGirl

    TweetGirl New Member

    Has anyone had any success with CPA networks? I have read a couple posts from other forums where some people are making a good full time income from this. Any feedback?
  2. A8ch

    A8ch Gold Member

    There are people making very comfortable incomes with CPA networks. Many big corporations are paying higher commissions to anyone who can get prospects to perform a specific action, such as: opting in to become a lead, clicking an ad, or buying a product.

    It's a smart strategy because these companies only pay when an action has been taken, thus saving huge amounts in advertising costs that otherwise may go to waste.

    For those who may not be aware, CPA networks are indeed a Secret Goldmine because they provide a relatively simple way for marketers to make a very nice income for hardly any investment of time or money.

  3. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    Yes, I know a few people who are doing really well with CPA offers.

    There are some of them that will pay you anywhere between $2 and up to $5 per lead.

    But you can't just slap a website, put a few CPA offers there and hope for the search engines to pick up your site.

    The people who are earning a few hundreds of dollars per week are also spending a few hundred dollars.

    So a person spends like $500 per week on ads and makes gross $1500 for that week from these offers, it is still worth it because now you are earning $1000 pure profit.

    Some will make a lot less and some will make more.
  4. aaronempowered

    aaronempowered New Member

    CPA offers are just another version of affiliate marketing, yes plenty of people are having success. Benefits to CPA's are that they have way less competition than Clickbank products because they're far less well-known, and in some cases you can make more money because it has better conversions.

    More people are willing to enter some basic info and become a lead than actually buy something.

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