What type of offer are you promoting on cpagrip? Are you using LP's? Slight possibility is you may be getting shaved, however 105 clicks and no conversion is normal when using free untargeted traffic. You trade money for time, it's a pain in the ass but if you're low on cash it's great.
EPC stands for earnings per click. Basically this is the networks stats for how much affiliates on average are earning for every click sent to the offer. You don't earn epc directly, you will get the offer payout amount.
Are you able to translate the lp to German if you’re targeting DE or any other non English speaking geos? Google translate is not good enough in most cases, especially with such a complex language like German among others.
To test if an offer works spend 10x payout to see results. If there are only 1-2 conversions, try something else. I would recommend a starting budget of around 1k but that’s just my opinion. To start do soi offers for their simplicity, stay away from cc submits as they’re very hard to convert...
Have you tried Photopea? Literal carbon copy of photoshop. It will also teach you how to work photoshop before you purchase it.
Edit: you will need a decent add block lol, the popups are crazy. I recommend this one!
Any proof to back up these claims? Many people I speak to on various other forums (STM mostly) and social networks are earning great with them. I have never personally used them but I trust their judgement as they have been in the game longer than me.
There will be but they would be demanding a hefty commission. Somewhere in the range of 50% to 75%, it's hard enough trying to sell someone a 1k course never mind 5k. To put into perspective if you sell a 1k course commissions are commonly around $600, so for a 5k one you're looking at around...
Wait are you advertising a course that costs 5k or are you selling your own course that costs 5k? Both options sound pretty hopeless with no proof of any of your methods working. I guess you could try and target some gormless people with cash to burn. It's difficult but doable.
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