CPA Marketing Revealed


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Introducing….CPA Marketing Revealed …..
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Why CPA Marketing so often disappoints – and how to avoid being another one of the sadder-but-wiser majority…
Uncover The Secrets That Will Show You How To Take Your CPA Marketing Efforts From Pocket Change To A Viable Income!
You may or may not have thought of dabbling with CPA marketing. After all, everyone’s always talking about “not leaving money on the table”. And CPA marketing certainly is a good way to painlessly generate extra income from sites you already own.
The beauty of “Cost Per Action” – just getting people to click or give up contact information, rather than buy – lies in the fact that it’s not anywhere near as hard as working your buns off to push through an actual conversion – that is, land an actual sale.
In other words, most of the time, you don’t have to actually be the one who makes the sale. You just have to send the advertiser a “lead” – he does all the hard work of following up!
(And when a sale does result – when your campaign becomes a “cost per acquisition” rather than a “cost per action”, you can look forward to even more reward, on top of your regular “lead” commission!)
With CPA marketing, you just install the beautifully constructed ad that your hard working CPA network affiliate manager provided you with in a suitable spot on your website, sit back… and collect.
Chances are, if you do it that way, you may run into a real danger that too many people have tripped over…
You end up making peanuts…
(And I do mean, pocket change!)
Worse, you might already be spending extra money on PPC ads to drive people to what you don’t yet realize is a non-viable, low-return campaign. (And that’s money you won’t make back!)
(All that, of course, is assuming your application will be approved by a CPA network in the first place! They’re notoriously picky, and most people experience more refusals than acceptances – just check on any forum!)
If you don’t know how CPA networks actually function, and if you’re assuming they do so exactly like regular affiliate marketing, you’re missing vital pieces of information. And that virtually guarantees you’ll experience a lot more disappointment than you need to, once you take that step into the world of CPA marketing.
You need to know about things like:
* 2 critical differences between CPA networks and regular affiliate programs
* 5 types of CPA marketing – and a ballpark idea of what sort of payout you can really expect
* 5 key things to set in place that CPA networks will love you for
* 5 common newbie mistakes that CPA networks really, really hate
In addition to this, you have to understand critical facts about your site visitor. And how things work in the CPA marketing “real world”.
You need to quickly clue yourself in on factor such as:
* The absurdly simple way to make people actually thankful for your CPA offer
* The single most fatal mistake almost everyone encourages CPA marketers to make
* The second mistake almost everyone makes (the one where everyone stops instead of starts!)
* The 2 most important things to discover about your customer – and you!
* The 9 questions you have to answer about your customer before you know how to make him click
* 3 common but easily preventable causes of CPA disappointment
On top of that, you have to know how to translate all the dry stuff into “real world” thinking – and action.
The way to get in on the “inside” – and then up to the top – is to start out the right way from the word “go”.
Introducing… CPA Marketing Revealed – help you steer your way through all these small but important CPA pitfalls – and help you get the best return you possible can, from your CPA marketing campaigns.
So you know:
* The rules of the game
* How to play it like a pro
* What decisions to make – and why
* What suits your personal comfort zone

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