When you join a network, a CPA affiliate manager is going to be assigned to you. This is to help you to get started off with the program. You can ask the manager if you have any queries regarding the CPA campaign that you might have. But don’t ask any question that is not directly related to their network like building up your website or setting up a Google Adwords account. Remember that this person is significant for you as he/she has all the answers regarding your business. So, try to build up a good relationship with him/her.
“Do. Customer. Research. There is absolutely no replacement for following up with customers at every stage of the purchase journey (and I don’t mean just by sending a single “Please leave us a review!” email). Install Hotjar polls on your site. Do user testing on new products. Mine your reviews for patterns and sticky phrases. This should be a constant process, and will yield soooo many useful insights.”
This is good guide but its nowhere as good as your guide to keyword research. I tried the steps but there’s a lot of information that you’ve left out. How do you even create a blog in the vertical, how do you go about determining this and other things? For example you could at least show some websites that promoted CPA offers and the not the big ones like nerd wallet and money supermarket.
Now that you've attracted video viewers and website visitors, the next step is to convert these visitors into leads. With most inbound marketing content, this means collecting some sort of contact information via a form. Video can aid this process by visualizing a solution to the buyer's problem, whether that's before the form on a landing page or as the offer itself. Overall, the goal of this kind of video is to educate and excite.
A decade later, organizations such as the KfW Entwicklungsbank in Germany, the Canadian International Development Agency, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in The Netherlands, UK Department for International Development, US Agency for International Development, World Health Organization and the World Bank began sponsoring social marketing interventions to improve family planning and achieve other social goals in Africa, Sri Lanka, and elsewhere.