E-mail submits are not e-mail submits.

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So I have had the honor of having some of my friends complete my email offer.

I have had no earnings from the e-mail submits. My friends did not complete all the hoops that you have to go through, as such I did not receive earnings yet the advertiser got e-mails. Now this to me is misleading. As at the end of the offer you have to pay for something, some "offer".

Has anyone else had stories like this? If so how are we supposed get money from these offers?
 

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Yeah they did everything until they got to the "mandatory buy offers". Ofcourse this is not the first time I had this experiment go the same way.

My cpa network states "[Requirements] Enter a valid email address."
Which is very misleading.
 

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thats the thing they completed the surveys. They just did not buy the offers they had. Which is possibly why they were never counted. Ofcourse the advertising site recieved the e-mail the addresses and such. I guess they also wanted credit info jaja :P
 

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One thing to tell you guys are email submits are not actually what it seems to be. There is an offer path which the user needs to be completed. This is the prime reason why lot of good non-incent cpa networks do not like email submits, plus their is a chance of lot of shaving at the end of advertisers. If you go to any reputed non-incent cpa networks you will not find much of email submit offers. The problem with content locking/ppd/incent networks is since these offers a basically free hence they need to keep these in the offer inventory.
 

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A majority of email submit advertisers shave a LOT. Your best bet to making solid cash is to look for single opt-in/double opt-in offers.
 

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What is/are single/double opt-ins?
 

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If it's a real email submit, then it's an email submit lol. The conversion point for email submit is either the submit or confirming the link that they send you.
 

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If the conversion point = email submit, then don't go any further unless you want to help out the advertiser lol. The conversion simply wasn't tracked.
 

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chamacoe said:
What is/are single/double opt-ins?

Single opt-in is when the pixel fires after they fill out their email address and click submit. Double opt-in is when the pixel fires after they fill out their email and verify their subscription by clicking on the confirmation link sent to them.
 
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