Take a deep look at the vast internet, it is like another major world because 80-90% percent of the world is connected to it and it continues to grow. For businesses, this is just another cash cow and yes, they are milking it so why are you not making money online? Actually thousands are trying to figure this thing out because I am a living example of a successful entrepreneur. A few individuals looks at this whole industry as a second string of income while others are ting to build a true business out of it. One of those sources of income stems form CPA offers or “Cost Per Action” networks. Marketing these types of products are very high in demand for a few good reasons.
What Exactly is a CPA network?
It stands for cost per action which simply means that when someone signs up for more information on a product you get paid for whatever lead that was generated by you, the best part about it is the consumer doesn’t have to make a purchase in order for you to get paid unlike Clickbank, wherein the consumer have to buy the product before you get paid a certain percentage. The CPA propaganda has grown rapidly over the last 5 years because of the chances of making easy cash from no effort on your part. All you need to do is direct targeted traffic and the business take care of the rest, that’s it! So those who were marketing costly products immediately jumped on the bandwagon to market CPA products and services.
Restrictions have recently been setup for those who are in the CPA game because now the websites have to be directed towards the networks inventory and if the network does not have that type of product in the market you are in then the network will disapprove your application however you can try again but acquire the appropriate category market before reapplying again. Cost per action networks have gained a lot of attention overtime because the ability to create cash flow without sales is intriguing to many marketers. We all know how different it is to offer a product and make money without purchase rather than making sales on costly products that barely makes you money. Many chose the CPA route for those reasons.
The main goal of CPA offers from different companies is to generate as many leads that you can muster up in a given time. Actually they are making a killing off your efforts if you think about it. For instance, say that you are doing $1 per email submit and managed to receive 100 sign ups which is $100. The company that has paid you $100 dollars decide that they are going to put those emails to work by setting up a email campaign about a product that is selling for $50. After he has sent the emails out and gets a response rate of 6%, that is 6 people who is paying for the product that he promoted through email, $300 profit, no efforts!
Want to start promoting the offers? Then begin by acquiring a blog or website on a particular niche of your choice. I suggest that you research what is being offered of different CPA networks and begin optimizing your website around that niche/product. Usually, CPA networks only accepts websites and blogs to promote there offers because these are basic online targeted markets although you can take it upon yourself to offer offline after you’ve signed up accordingly.
Networks can be picky about the marketers that they allow to promote there offers however they will contact you as soon as you submit your information by phone or simply by email which usually would take about 48 hours if the lines aren’t that long. The whole conversation is going to be interesting because the AM or affiliate manager is going to be guiding you all the way. If you treat managers like family they are going to keep you informed about changes in the network, products in demand (what’s HOT) and so much more. Email campaigns have been the sole introduction when dealing CPA offers because emails are valuable in terms of connectivity towards targeted consumers especially when they subscribe from finding your website in the search engines.
The internet can be used by dirty companies in so many ways which is why you must investigate the people whom you are doing business with. Search there business names through the search engines to understand where the company stands in others who’ve experienced the company firsthand. Check out forum rooms that has ton of information about these networks, and believe me, consumers stay on top of things. The worst you could do is put in so much work and receive no return because the business that you represent are scam artist. Anyhow, if you apply yourself with the right tools and the use your common sense there shouldn’t be a problem with making a killing in CPA. Tell me, what are your thoughts in this market, comment please 🙂