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    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to the forum, my name is Adam, and I had a question that I would like some help with. 8)

    I am assuming the question is on the forum, however I could not find such an instance (my sincere apologies, I am sure someone else asked somewhere)

    I would like to know how cost-per-action networks find affiliate publishers to join the networks (as few as even 50-500 publishers across different industries)? I realize this is a broad question, so assuming the following:

    1. The CPA affiliate network is brand new
    2. The CPA affiliate network has no following and is unknown to the public/affiliate publishers
    3. The CPA affiliate network *DOES* have clients ready to pay for CPA leads


    Just to note, I do not own or work for any form of affiliate network. I have a B2B product that currently utilizes CPA networks, and I am simply trying to figure out if it is worth the time and resources to build a small affiliate network, bypassing services such as w4.com, cjaffiliate, peerfly, etc.

    Any and all help with my question is greatly appreciated. Thank you again, and I hope to make some new friends on here

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    Advertising.

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    Rather than undertaking such an ominous task as building a network, have you considered merely having an in-house affiliate program?
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    OPM and Moderator Chuck Hamrick's Avatar
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    Try talking to Offervault. They have an extensive listing of CPA offers and are a go to for CPA affiliates.

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    Thank you guys for the awesome feedback! I have looked at Offervault, which appears to be a bit like clickbank?

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    OPM and Moderator Chuck Hamrick's Avatar
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    Offervault is a listing service, Clickbank is a network.

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    There are so many ad conferences held every year....this is not just in the US....but talking about Europe too. I would say your best bet is to attend such conferences like Ad Summit and Ad-Tech.....to get hold of not just affiliates but affiliates who know how to run offers. The affiliates who mostly visit such conferences are very well versed in their field.

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