CPA Marketing in Detail - Introduction - Profit Hunter

CPA Marketing in Detail - Introduction - Profit Hunter This month, Ruck, the author of the Cash Tactics blog, launched a series of CPA (cost-per-action) lessons. According to him, this course will cover all aspects of working with CPA programs and reflect his own experience with them. Since his Internet entrepreneurship experience is huge, I thought that this information might be useful to you, and therefore I contacted him and received approval to translate the entire series (and other materials from his blog). His previous series of lessons on working with subscribers, Zero to Hero, will be included in the Spring Marathon, to which, by the way, there are only 26 days left.

But before devoting you to the secrets of CPA marketing, I want to share the good news: I became one of the winners of the Anton Popov translation contest and won a certificate for 2000 p. to buy books from the publishing house Mann, Ivanov and Ferber. Here is what I chose:

  • Funky Business Forever
  • Netcracy
  • Blogs. New Sphere influences.

I haven’t read anything in paper binding for a long time. I’ll catch up 🙂

Now back to CPA.

In this post, Ruck gives an overview of sites and resources that he uses in his work and who will be mentioned throughout the course. (I saved all the links as they appear on the blog.) First of all, this is CPA-network :

  • Advaliant
  • Hydra
  • NeverBlue
  • Maxbounty
  • ROI Rocket
  • Market Leverage
  • CPA Empire
  • CPA Storm
  • Roc ket Profit
  • Aquasis Media
  • BluePhoenix
  • Ads4Dough
  • CX Digital
  • RevenueLoop
  • RexTopia
  • Shakes . pro - CPA-network with Russian support and payments in Webmoney.

All these networks contain a non-measured number of offers like ringtones, financial services , free certificates, dating sites, etc., with some offers repeated in different networks. To find the best offer, Ruck recommends using the free OfferVault and / or AffSpy resources. These services allow you not only to find offers with the highest payouts, but also provide information on how each of the sites tracks your leads.

Ruck will focus on PPC (although text links, banners and e-mail marketing will not remain on the sidelines), and in this context he suggests using the following tools to search for keywords:

  • KeyCompete (paid, also used to study competitors)
  • Adwords External Tool
  • Adcenter Labs
  • SEO Book Suggestion Tool
  • KeyWord Discovery (free version)
  • KeyWord Elite (paid tool)
  • GTrends Made Easy

Ruck uses the following services to study market trends and analyze competitors' actions:

  • Google Trends
  • Yahoo Buzz
  • Alexa
  • Quantcast
  • Compete. com
  • Domain Tools
  • SpyFu
  • Spider Test Tool

Suitable for finding niches, analyzing demand, identifying hot topics and their solutions Such resources:

  • Yahoo Groups
  • Yahoo Answers
  • Google Groups
  • Google Base
  • Kaboodle
  • Ebay Pulse
  • Epinions
  • 43 Things

That's all. The next part of the course will be devoted to choosing a CPA-offer and creating landing pages.

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