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    1 Click 16 Actions ?
    Hi, I just view a merchant with a pay per action affiliate program!
    I found that it has a 25$ Earn per Click, that means some publisher may have fantanstic method to grab registration.

    How do this guys can make it ?
    Is it real for 1 click 16 actions ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by big0707
    Is it real for 1 click 16 actions ?
    I am not sure what the payout is like but it is possible for some merchants.
    i.e. co-registration. You send them traffic, they would entice the traffic to sign up for "free samples". At times, they can have 30 offers on one page or multiple pages.

    If they pay for each action, then you have your 16 action. Off my head, a company that does co-reg and well known is Coolsavings.

    For a typical merchant, if it is 1 click and 16 action, that would raise a major red flag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Ewe
    For a typical merchant, if it is 1 click and 16 action, that would raise a major red flag.
    Definitely

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    We work with red sail media to handle a "Co-registration"

    I do think it is the same thing, " Co-registration" may not direct visit your site, the vendor only list the data to you.

    However, is it posibility that they handle a co-registration via API ? I do not learn that Red sail has such API.
    ( red sail was ranked high in co-registration)

    May your guys can review this merchant for your self!

    www dot coolsavings dot com

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    Site Advisor comments on Cool Savings.

    Not so cool. Not much in the way of savings either, apparently.

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    EPC is an average. One publisher who is getting really high conversions and/or getting higher commissions will move it up, while another publisher who sends enormous numbers of clicks may move it down.

    In your example, there may actually be no publishers getting 1 in 16.

    There could be 100 publishers getting 1 in 50 on low volume and 1 publishers getting 1 in 10 on high volume.

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    You may be confusing "actions". Some merchants have many different things on their site that they compensate for (sometimes at different rates), and each one is often listed as a different action. For instance, eBay pays $25-$35 per active registration and 50-75% (of their revenue) on winning auctions. They have three "actions" set up. One is a plain registration (whether they become active or not) that earns no commission. The second is an active registration where they pay $25-$35. The third is a winning bid, where they pay 50-75% of their revenue.

    Many merchants just have one action (revenue share or CPA for a sale), but many have more than one. I know I have a few with 16 or more.

    That doesn't mean that every customer will do every action. Most will do none. Some will do one. Some will do several.

    Also, keep in mind the "Action Referral Occurrences". That's how many times you can be compensated for an action (if a customer completes an action multiple times) with a single click.
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    EPC is earnings per 100 clicks in CJ, not earnings per click.

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    Ha Ha!
    Thank you all of you !

    I asking this question because I would like to reace a fatastic conversion.
    My merchant site already has a average conversion rate 6% , for sale.
    However , I see some date it will reach 10%.

    We also have 2% register buyer from Affiliate channel , I just want to increase it to 10%, too.

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