Your entry into the world of CPA marketing does not have to start from scratch.
In fact, many of you reading this, right now, already have existing businesses and projects earning money through other methods which is the reason for this topic: integrating CPA marketing into what you’ve got.
The products you offer are generally created to fulfill a problem but these problems take time to mend. People don’t have the patience to “wait it out” even if your product is amazing and perfectly fits a customer’s needs.
Immediacy is the notion that people want it now; they’re not going to wait, they have their mouse cursor hovering over the back button the moment they land on your website. They’ll back out if they can’t find what they need – and get it that very second.
CPA offers can be used within your business to take care of the individuals that are anxious and need a quick solution. There are thousands of great offers that could match your business that doesn’t take away from your brand image. The offers will earn you additional income and be welcomed by those individuals that may not necessarily want your offering at this time (in fact, they may come back at a later time to get the full package!).
Tap Horizontal Markets
Your main business (and its website) is set on being the best in your industry but there’s always a nagging feeling that you could be doing more – expanding. Unfortunately, your budget may not allow you to grow too rapidly and there’s a lot of groundwork that would need to be done in order to get competitive in horizontal markets relevant to your niche.
Enter CPA Marketing. Considering that you’ll only be converting visitors that have made up their mind about purchasing your products, you’re still ‘leaking’ a lot of that traffic that wasn’t interested in what you have to offer in the first place. With CPA marketing, you can drive these individuals that are jumping ship toward a relevant offer that will earn you money and may even spur new networking opportunities with indirect competitors. You’ll still earn your revenue through the main product line but you’ll also capitalize on outbound traffic.
Get Paid for R&D
Your business should always be in a state of research, development, and implementation else it will die a slow, agonizing death to newer, leaner competitors. The issue here is that you may not have the money to front into large scale research and development at this time.
CPA marketing can be used as a research tool for those coming to your business. The outbound traffic will reveal which products and offers convert which could then be folded back into your business by creating a similar, competitive product. As a bonus, you’ll be earning money for the people converting on the CPA offer so you’re essentially getting paid to do the R&D slog work.
How would you implement CPA marketing into your existing business?