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    Affiliate Manager MarcFolch's Avatar
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    Good CPA companies?
    Anyone have good experience with any non-affiliate CPA marketing companies?

    I hear a lot are just smoke and mirrors with many fees and few results, but am hoping there are at least a few good apples left.

    Thanks

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    Your known by the company you keep. The CPA networks refuse to devulge their members, nor care about the promotion methods the syndication provides advertisers.
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    Ecomcity, can you clarify on that a bit? Does this mean that you are not allowed to know which networks are good unless you are already a member?

    Marc

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    No, it means they let scum in and then work to protect their identity and tactics.

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    2005 Linkshare Golden Link Award Winner  ecomcity's Avatar
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    Marc should know that some aggregrator of nameless mass traffic affiliates, e-mailers, SERP spammers, get-paid to perveyors, BHO search bars, a 2nd tier PPCSE's has to cannabalize existing networks to offer higher commissions. Just because they call themselves CPA networks doesn't make them so. They push mostly leads to the info peddlers by BRUTE FORCE, claiming Super Star Affiliate status for themselves and their gang members.

    I don't push any of my shoppers on the dubious info peddling lead merchants. Those perloined and recycled e-mails become tomorrow's cookie product promotion. I'll stick to promoting products where the fulfillment customer service function directly requires ethics and trust. Those pushing for the Adwhores also end up playing other tricks for clicks as their hooked on the easy money spammy routine. Those jumping on the indy CPA networks seek 2 things. Higher/quicker payouts and no disclosure to their faces or tactics to hawk leads.
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