Applying to CPA networks requires an application process by each network. While some CPA networks are extremely easy to get into, it can be difficult to get into some of the major CPA networks if you are new to the CPA marketing game. When filling out an application, do not make it look like you are a newbie or
beginner. CPA networks generally do not want people who are new to CPA marketing because newbies generally tax their resources and time.
You need to indicate that you can drive a lot of traffic and that you know what you are doing. You need to sell yourself. Consider the application process like a resume. This will go a long way towards helping you get accepted into the CPA network. Most networks require you to enter a web site. What you should do is go out and create an affiliate blog. You can create a free blog at WordPress.com or Blogger.com. Write about 5-6 posts on affiliate marketing and if they are geared towards the CPA industry, even better.
CPA networks look favourably on affiliate blogs because they think you are an authority in the affiliate world. If you still get rejected, don’t be discouraged as there are hundreds of other CPA networks that you can apply to. I have supplied you with a comprehensive list of CPA networks you can join at the end of this report. If you really want to get into a particular CPA network that has rejected you, I suggest you make a phone call to the CPA network and sell yourself on the phone. Almost 90% of the time, a phone call will get you accepted into the affiliate network.
You should try to get accepted by a major corporate CPA network because there are a lot of “mom and pop” type CPA networks that may be too risky to send a lot of traffic to. Smaller “mom and pop” networks don’t have the cash flow or resources to do weekly payouts or even pay on net 5 terms, while the bigger networks have no problems paying you sooner or even in advance. CPA networks generally pay net 30 (30 days after month end) and I would stay away from CPA networks that insist on paying you net 60. If you are paying to send traffic to CPA offers, you want to have a liquid cash flow to keep your profitable CPA offers running like clockwork.