A CPA network (a cost-per-action network) is a network of affiliates and vendors who make money by having visitors complete certain actions on a vendor’s website. The way affiliate marketing often works is that someone will try to sell a product through affiliates’ websites, and any time someone clicks on a link from an affiliate to the vendor’s page, the affiliate makes a cut of the profits. While this can be very lucrative for everyone involved, it also can be pretty difficult to do well with, if the visitors aren’t buying when they go to the vendor’s site.
This is where cost-per-action comes in. When someone on an affiliate’s website is convinced to visit another website through the link on that affiliate’s web page, the affiliate gets paid if the visitor performs a pre-specified action. Often, this is just signing up for more information. As an affiliate, it’s much easier to convince your visitors to sign up for more information than to buy someone else’s product. Therefore, you tend to make more money, and the vendor has the opportunity to send out offers and information to an ever-growing mailing list. Best of all, many of those people are genuinely interested, making it more likely that they will become repeat customers.
So, how do you get approved by a CPA network? Well, it’s not too difficult, but there are some things you should know before you dive right in. First of all, your website or blog should be up and running already, and it should have the appearance of at least a semi-professional website. One key is to always tell the truth about your site and your situation. If you lie, you’re likely to get kicked out, and honestly, if there’s something so bad about your site that you have to lie about it, you should probably be addressing it before you seek CPA networks out.
You should know ahead of time what your domain is (and be sure it’s active), the email address you want to use, how you plan to send traffic, other affiliate networks you’re involved with, payment information, tax information, details about your website’s niche or target demographic, etc. You should also be prepared to verify that you’re the website’s owner. If you are aware of these steps before you start and don’t lie about anything, you’re pretty likely to be accepted.
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