Looking for a PPC/CPC network that pays every week or two...

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  1. meyerlansky

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    Hey everyone...

    I've been mailing on and off for over 5 years now...

    The new platform I'm working with does very well with cpc/ppc campaigns, but I'm having a hard time finding enough of those offers...

    I know adknowledge has a ton but they pay monthly and my cashflow is tight right now...

    Any recommendations for me???

    Thanks!
     
  2. smaxor

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    No cpc networks I know of that pay weekly.

    Lots of CPA networks that do.

    So what's more important cash flow or laziness :)
     
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    Well, I'm definitely not lazy, but I've spent a couple hours on here and I just kinda got frustrated reading all these posts.

    So..... can you recommend any CPA networks that have some good PPC offers?
     
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    Hey Meyer!

    We don't have CPC offers, but we have offers that mailers are consistently getting high EPCs on, $2 - $3+ which is higher than you will with most cpc campaigns. I pay weekly as well. PM me if you want to discuss.

    Thx!
    Erin
     
  5. debase

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    Check out MediaTrust.
     
  6. smaxor

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    Sorry didn't mean you were lazy in looking for a cpc network. Just meant lazy in wanting a cpc network vs. trying to optimize with CPA.
     
  7. ThisGuyOverHere

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    Man you're talking to the guy right there who if you're willing to work a bit will pay you more, get you better offers than just about anyone (airin's stuff rocks too).

    Ads4dough took care of us when we blew others daily budgets. Richter capped us, we went with Jason and those guys paid us for every single lead.

    CPC is lazy compared to some of the best optimized or even relationship CPA deals. I made more money on our drops with Ads4dough than my best day with CPC.

    Other super high quality networks:

    Ads4Dough
    CrushAds
    MillionaireNetwork

    Bottom line is blow out a CPA offer and most any of those would be glad to pay you a lower CPC for the same traffic ;-)
     
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    What some of you would call "lazy" I call efficient use of time.

    Optimizing CPA by hand, the way most mailers do it these days, is a recipe for insanity.

    This is not to dump on the great CPA networks that deliver high-paying offers and take care of their pubs. It is just the manual optimization process that's crazy.
     
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    DKPMO - The same optimization that is required for CPA, should be used when mailing CPC. You should be backing ALL campaigns out to your effective CPM if you truly want to make the most out of the sending you are doing.
     
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    Exactly. That's why I called the existing processes (for both CPC and CPA) insane.

    The problem is not CPA vs. CPC, the problem is the need for too much manual testing.
     
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    Ok, read that wrong! Yes indeed, well... I am sure that there is someone out there smart enough to create a solution to that problem.

    :pcguru:
     

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