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    Not Bad, eh? Justin Sampson's Avatar
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    Pay per lead services, I'm trying to sell a product but don't know which one to use?

    Hello,
    I'm trying to find a pay per lead (for every customer I'm sent I pay the referer a certian price) service that I can advertise my product on.

    CJ.com is ideal but the setup fees are WAY to high for the scale of this project right now. Is there any with a lower setup fee that are effective?

    Thanks,
    Justin Sampson

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    Hi,

    I just signed all 5 of my businesses up with Fineclicks. Though when I signed up it was free but now it is like $250 to join.

    If you don't want to join a network and pay the joining fees then maybe you could set up your own affiliate program with a script from http://www.hotscripts.com

    I personally feel joining a network is better because of the easy of use and the dual promotion to attract affiliates.

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    Not Bad, eh? Justin Sampson's Avatar
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    Thanks for the response. Fineclicks looks great. $250 is withen my range but I rather somthing cheaper (but still high quality).

    I was thinking about creating my own affilaite program but the users that visit and use my service would have no use for it, thus I'd have to advertise that seperatly and then it defeats the hole purpuse.

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    as far as i know the major newtorks are CJ, Fineclicks and Linkshare. You may just have to bite the bullet and choose from one of those three I guess.

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    I don't know how their rates compare, but they're worth a look: http://www.directleads.com

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    I didnt know Fineclicks are now charging for advertisers.

    OH well.

    Does anyone know how many affiliates fineclicks has?

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    www.affiliatefuel.com
    www.clickxchange.com

    The second one is a nice system. You'll need a $100 balance to start I believe. Not sure about Affiliate Fuel, but worth a look.
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    AffiliateFuel would be a good network to get in to, but they perform several tests on your offer before they let it in. That's why their network is of high quality offers, with most converting very well.


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