Most of us probably know what CPA means in the online marketing world right? Cost per action, is when and advertiser pays when someone takes action on link and gives information requested.
What is Bounty CPA? I was doing some research and stumbled across this site one day and wanted to know more about it so that I can help my readers in case it was something that might benefit you or let you know to stay away from it.
*UPDATE* I want to let you know that I now understand the reasons for having to get approved and I do not think it is wrong for them to use this type of process. However, the fact that you get no response from them, I still think is wrong and is a cause for concern if you are trying to join.
How Does CPA Work
Before we get further into BountyCPA let’s dig a little deeper into CPA. When we are in online marketing this means we have links (within a post/page) that are posted in our social media accounts or in paid ads.
If a potential customer clicks on them, signs up for a newsletter or even fills out a form you get paid. As long as that user is taking action, you get paid.
It can be as simple as playing a game, or downloading an app or free software. It seems pretty simple right? So why is it so hard to get in with a CPA network?
Evidently, if they don’t like the details you give them, they will not approve you. This can be an honest way to weed out those with bad intentions.
I don’t have bad intentions and I am not just wanting to bash them. I just want to know the truth about them so what I write for you is honest.
The pay may range from $.50 to $20.00 depending on the network that you join. I am still unsure if it is worth it. It takes work to just get approved and then you have to literally “talk” to them.
They will call you about the products/services forms, everything that will have to do with what they have that is within your niche. CPA networks also seem to review your request to join, manually.
Back to BountyCPA
7322 SW Freeway
Houston, TX, 77074.
What Exactly Is BountyCPA
They generate leads for their clients. For advertisers BoutyCpa has different pricing depending on what you, as a client, need. The clients will only pay for REAL leads and sales. When you pay for leads, this remains questionable.
Their pricing for CPC (cost per click) supposedly allows the advertisers to get direct traffic and the pricing model used will allow clients to target their desired consumers.
With the platform used at BountyCPA is said to meet the needs of the clients, no matter what type of business they have. BountyCpa isn’t a “one size fits all” which mean they tailor to the needs of their clients.
BountyCPA claim that their relationships with their partners “mean that our solutions and software are directly tailored to fit their specific needs”. Per BountyCPA
Their team is the most skillful designers, developers, web traffic specialists and seasoned affiliate managers. In this type of business I would hope they are.
They deal with any problems with a direct and efficient approach. This kind of worries me. Does it mean they have a lot of problems with merchants and affiliates?
That is for the advertisers, but what about the affiliates and publishers?
Affiliates and Publishers
We know that in order to be an affiliate means you will promote the products of BountyCPA’s clients (advertisers). This can simply mean just placing an ad on your own website, blog etc.
What are they considering to be a publisher? Someone who creates a website built around an advertiser? Will they write content all about the one client and their products?
When I was checking out the information for affiliates and publishers something in the picture happen to catch my eye. If it is meant the way I am taking it then, these advertisers are basically paying someone “double” for no reason.
If their clients are paying them to generate the leads and the clients are having to pay for the action that the leads are taking, how is this right? I can be wrong, but that is how I looked at it.
I created an account so that I could get firsthand experience to share with you.
I had to wait for them to review my application once I filled out the forms. I am not sure if this is a show of security or just to make you think highly of them.
Maybe they are on to those of us who join in order to give you an honest review?
I am not sure how this process works and it is not very user-friendly. I am lost and evidently I am not to ask a detailed question as they are not answering everyone. It is a generic answer that you get.
Not starting off very well at all. How am I supposed to make money if I can’t even get started? I am approved, but yet I am not approved?
In order to make money i have to use social media and email list to generate leads. I will get paid for getting leads, and when someone clicks on my links and if I get someone to register etc.
On Your Own
When and if you get approved with BountyCPA you can expect to constantly hear about the products they have for you. There is no training other than the forums, Facebook groups, YouTube channels etc.
You have to find them yourself. It is definitely not for beginners. I am not saying that is a bad thing though. During my research I wasn’t able to find much information on them.
I came across a couple of reviews, but they weren’t even half a page long. Therefor not much information. I even checked the BBB and they are not accredited and one review there. That is a big reason I would be hesitant to recommend them.
I am not saying they are not legit, but I am not seeing too much to tell me they are. I am thinking that maybe this is just how CPA networks work.
I haven’t had any luck in order to tell you what products or service’s there are as I can’t get a “full approval”. I honestly can’t do anything once I logged in. Maybe a glitch, maybe I wasn’t approved after all?
I don’t like the way the signs are pointing though. The fact that I couldn’t even find a review of someone who is an affiliate or publisher is really weird.
The conclusion I have come to is either they aren’t allowed to write a review on their experience or they don’t like publicity, for what ever reason.
I checked onto other CPA reviews and BountyCPA wasn’t listed in any top CPA review sites. I would probably say that you should launch your own thorough research review before even trying to sign up.
I know that it is said that CPA networks want you to APPLY and they decide if they approve you. But it is just a weird situation with this one.
I came across a review on Quora that you can check out if you like. I apologize for not having the amount of information that I normally provide.
I hope that what I did find about BountyCPA will help. Just be sure to do more research no matter if you are joining them or another opportunity. Always do the research. See what others are saying.
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