I’m always on the lookout for networks that provide CPA offers.
The big names don’t want to accept sites that don’t already have a good amount of traffic. I’ve been fortunate in building this blog up to the point where I can get accepted at most networks, but when you’re just starting out you don’t have that option.
Market Leverage is a CPA network that I just signed up with, and according to their site all publishers are accepted. They will need to talk to you on the phone before approving your application, but as far as I can tell that’s a formality. They want to make sure you’re a real person, and find out what sorts of niches you cover, to be able to assign you a representative who can help you pick appropriate offers.
I’m pretty happy with them so far. I found an offer to use on one of my neglected niche sites that pays $27 per lead, which is very good. I’ve added a banner to that site to see if I can eke a little more income from the trickle of traffic it gets.
They have a good 40 or 50 categories of offers available, including ones usable in Canada. One of the categories is “Incentivized” offers, so if you’re looking to market via cash back, you can do that.
Like most of these networks, they clearly mark whether an offer is good for emailing to a list, advertising on PPC, or using on a web site. One of my gripes with some CPA networks is that the offers are mostly email only. Since I don’t spam any of my lists with offers, those aren’t useful for me. Market Leverage, though, has a good proportion of search and web offers.
I don’t know if I’ll use any of the CPA type ads here on Online Opportunity, because most of them are pretty spammy looking. The “Earn 6 figures from home” type of ads that I’d probably give a negative review. But I’ll look through and see if I can find any that would be truly useful for you all (assuming I ever do get around to monetizing the blog!)
In the meantime, if you have a site/blog in any niche, try signing up with Market Leverage to see what offers they have in your area.
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