Welcome to CPA Cash Cow
CPA Cash Cow is a set of 25 CPA Landing page templates and a bunch of articles to get you started.
In this guide I will attempt to teach you a little bit about how CPA programs work. After you read this getting started guide, you will want to find some CPA programs to sign-up to and start adding your affiliate links in the included 25 landing page template you get with CPA Cash Cow. You will notice in the templates that you get the full HTML pages for the templates. Just edit these to include your CPA affiliate links and upload them to your websites.
I have also included the Photoshop PSD files for all of the templates if you wish to edit any of them. This is for advances users or you can outsource this kind of work also at a site like freelancer.
You are always way better off to find a cheap outsourcer to do the complicated stuff, you can fine great people that will do this kind of work very inexpensively.
You will notice I have also included a bunch of Articles to help get you started with your CPA marketing.
Just edit these articles to your needs and them post them all over the Internet is places like Article Directories and Blogs with links back to your CPA landing pages on the same subject.
If you run out of articles check out Nitro Blogger as a great source to get an endless supply of articles!
So, What is a CPA Network?
If you’ve been doing affiliate network advertising, you’ve probably noticed some relatively new networks that deal with CPA, or cost-per-action, offers. Unlike the usual affiliate offers based on pay-per-click (PPC) or sale, this new breed of affiliate advertising pays the publisher for having a visitor perform some action on their site. That action can be a sale, but more interestingly, it can also be to simply fill out a survey, give the advertiser an email address, or do something that generates a lead on their site.
That’s why this type of advertising is also known as “pay-per-lead” or “cost per acquisition”; in other words, acquiring some piece of information the advertiser wants from the sales lead you refer to their site. The amount and type of information the advertiser is seeking can vary greatly, as can the amount of commission or fee the advertiser is willing to pay you for the leads you generate by promoting their offer. In general, the more valuable an advertiser thinks each lead is, the more commission they will be willing to pay you for each lead.
Right now, about 80% of internet advertising falls into traditional categories such as PPC. This means that so far only about 20% of advertisers have started some sort of CPA program, but these numbers are quickly changing. That’s because CPA is rapidly becoming the most effective way for publishers and advertisers alike to make money, especially in this difficult economic period. Drastic conditions require new and innovative strategies for tackling the consumer market.