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June 27, 2007 at 12:57 pm #603545mhewett604Member
I have been approached by a media company to purchase all of my traffic…
What this means is all my links would be replaced by there’s and they will give me a better revenue share or CPA than I currently get.
I haven’t heard anyone here talk about such companies so I am thinking twice before considering the offer.
And advice/help would be great.June 27, 2007 at 1:20 pm #740890AnonymousInactive
I persume it would be an exlusive deal where you will only market there properties and receive either a fixed amount per month or CPA+Rev share. These kinds of deals can work quite well and i have done them in the past with good results, dont settle for just a fixed amount if you can send quite a few players.
Push for the most they are willing to offer, when i did media sells with Intercasino and another casino they were paying $800 per player but i doubt you would get that now and you really have to have an established portal that can send lots of players.June 27, 2007 at 1:25 pm #740891AnonymousInactive
Buying your traffic in my mind means paying you upfront, not a rev. share or CPA. I’m not really into dealing with 3rd parties for stuff like this. They all claim they pay more, but i’ve heard so many complaints here and at GPWA over the years of deals like this where they don’t track right or pay up at the end.
so, if you’re going to try, i’d require money upfront and make sure the people you’re dealing with are known to be honest.June 27, 2007 at 1:53 pm #740895AnonymousInactive
It depends on the company. Some I wouldn’t touch with a ten foot pole, some are welcome.
Getting you to replace all your links with theirs for rev share or CPA is not a good thing.
This needs to be a flat rate deal. Always ask for the money up front when dealing with someone you don’t have a relationship with.
Make the deal for a trial period, one or two months.
This sort of deal can be sweet if both parties get what they want. During the trial period, you want to see stats in their aff department (if they have one). At the end of the trial period you can renegotiate and adjust the fee.
And again, I have no idea what to tell you without knowing who made the offer.June 27, 2007 at 4:08 pm #740914mhewett604Member
By buying my traffic I mean all my sign ups would go through them they also say they support all casinos.
I have agreed to a small trail period (just a few of my no deposit casino offers), in which they will pay upfront.
$800 a CPA is alot more than they have offered.
What do you think a reasonable CPA for no deposit traffic would be?June 27, 2007 at 4:25 pm #740918supervinceMember
@joshac 129238 wrote:
What do you think a reasonable CPA for no deposit traffic would be?
Thats tough to decide. I have had players sign up through my no deposit offers that have only made me a few bucks and I also have had players sign up that have made me thousands of dollars. Some even a couple thousand in one day. I try to avoid CPA offers.June 27, 2007 at 5:03 pm #740927AnonymousInactive
one thing to consider, they are paying you to make money… so then consider that your traffic is worth more than what they will pay you and then make a decision. CPA deals are not going to pay you for no deposit people unless the deposit $XX amount usually within the first month.. Think very carefully.