Cpa Offers

    • What to do when your campaign is not profitable!

      Hey Guys ! Its been a long time since I posted something on this blog due to health issues and other time management issues and a busy schedule.. I took a long break from writing something, so today I thought I would write write a quick post about one of the most commonly asked questions about making campaigns profitable.

      KJ Rockerin Affiliate- 8 readers -
  • Adcombo CPA Network Review

    … unusual for a network in the CPA Industry to have good looking websites, ( have a look at my blog) but Adcombo has really made a very positive change in this industry and their homepage really looks awesome and gives a great first impression. What Adcombo has to offer! Quick and Easy Account Approval This is a big headache, especially for newbies…

    KJ Rockerin Affiliate- 12 readers -
  • How to pickup a winner CPA offers

    …. A few examples of picking up wrong offer are. Picking up offer with too much competition. Picking up offer with bad conversion rate/ Offers with too much bad reputation. Offers with small audience Offers with hard conversion requirements So lets have a look at all these examples one by one .. CPA Offers with too much competition…

    KJ Rockerin Affiliate How To's- 16 readers -
  • Incentive CPA Marketing

    … One of the most common questions asked by CPA networks is if you drive incentive traffic to your CPA campaigns. So what does it mean? There is many types of incentive, and the most known modules is Paid incentive, Points incentive and Content Locking. So basically its when you offer your site members or visitors something in exchange…

    Mahmoud Selman/ selman.usin Affiliate- 7 readers -
  • How to setup a profitable CPA campaign?

    Here I am going to tell you how to be different than 99% of the other CPA marketers, and how to start earning with CPA marketing. First thing that 99% of CPA marketers don’t usually do is Split testing. That’s what makes them fail or make it so hard to earn. Keep in mind to always split test your campaigns.

    Mahmoud Selman/ selman.us- 1 readers -