We’re very excited to present our 27th interview with Andrew Burritt of CPABounty.
Andrew Buritt is a full time online marketer with over 4 years online marketing experience, and the co-founder of CPABounty.com affiliate network, which makes all possible effort to keep affiliates/publishers engaged with the network for a longer period of time.
1. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where are you from? How old are you?
I’m 22 years old, born and raised in Costa Mesa, CA, but I do really wish I could have some days spent in Hawaii.
2. How long have you been in affiliate marketing and how did you get involved?
I’ve been in affiliate marketing for over 4 years, I can still clearly remember how I first time learned about it. I was often out of pocket money at that time when I was a student, so I searched the internet and tried to learn how to make a penny through internet. The first programme I met was Paid To Surf, you can earn money while you view the sponsor’s ads. I spent a lot of times on it coz I did believe I could be paid in the end.Unfortunately ti turne d out to be scam at last. I hardly believed I could make money through internet from then on until a friend turned me on to Google Adsense, from whom I received my first commission check. My affiliate marketing life started ever since.
3. What has been your biggest success to date?
I would say launching and getting CPABounty.com to public will be my biggest success so far. My partner and I have been planning on it for quite a long time and finally it is here. We are and will be enjoying the process of this all the time.
4. Tell us a little bit about CPABounty and what you do over there?
CPABounty.com is a performance based affiliate network started in the middle of August. We’re new but really are growing fast. I’m the co-owner over there, as well as an Affiliate Manager.
5. There are already so many CPA affiliate networks out there. What makes CPA Bounty different?
I am myself an affiliate too, so I know what exactly an affiliate wants from a network. On time payment and reachable support are the most important parts we focus on. We also have flexible payment terms including biweekly and weekly payments for pubs, it’s very competitive. I’m proud that we always try to get all emails answered within 12 hours, even on weekends.
6. Do you offer biweekly or weekly payment? If so, how much does one have to make to qualify?
Actually our default payment cycle is biweekly, Weekly payments are for pubs who earn 1k+ a week on most offers. There’re also particular offers paying weekly with no threshold.
7. Do you have any exclusive offers that other networks don’t have?
We’re under the process of securing 2 offers that will be on our network only.
8. Which offers are performing well on your network?
Mobile ringtones/quiz offers are our best converters. Credit report and biz opp offers are also hot.
9. Which traffic sources prove to be the most effective for your top earning affiliates – E-mail, PPC, PPV, Facebook, Media Buying or any others?
Email and PPV definitely. Our top earners are from emailing.
10. Do you offer online training for new affiliates?
We dont offer one on one training, but if affiliates have any problems regarding promotion, we’d love to offer as much help as possible.
11. What are the criteria for a marketer to be accepted at CPABounty?
Being honest and sending legit/clean traffic.
12. For those who are interested in working with you and your affiliate network – What’s the best way/time to reach you?
AIM: AndrewCPABounty or email andrew at cpabounty dot com. Feel free to reach you any time.
13. In your opinion, what are the best places for a new affiliate to learn affiliate marketing?
Jonathan Volk’s blog, that’s where I started.
14. What’s the difference between a Super Affiliate and an Average Affiliate?
In my opinion, there’s no big difference between them except the amount of earnings. If I have to list one, super affiliate always put their ideas into action, they can learn more during this than average affiliates.
15. What are the keys to building successful relationships between Affiliates and Affiliate Networks? What are some of the challenges of being an Affiliate Manager/Owner?
The biggest challenge of being an Affiliate Manager is preventing fraudulent affiliates the most.
16. What are your goals in 2010? And how is the progress so far?
To make CPABounty a well-known network of 500 affiliates, and a totally revenue of 6 figures a month. We’re on the way to it!!!
17. Give us a little glimpse into what a typical day in your life looks like.
I usually wake up at 7:00, the first thing is checking and replying emails, then have my breakfast and do some gym. The rest of day is work work and work! I would like to thank Affiliatepaying.com for the interview and keep up the good work all the time!
Many thanks to Andrew for sharing your time with us and for sharing some great insight tips here! If you have any experience with CPABounty Affiliate Network, please write a review for them on the CPA Bounty review page.
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