CPA stands for Cost Per Action. Unlike other marketing models where an advertiser pays for every surfer seeing their ad (CPM) or clicking on their ad (CPC), an advertiser under the CPA model pays only when a specific action is taken on their website. The advertiser defines this action in advance and only pays when that action is taken. The advertiser action can be as simple as filling out a form on their website or as complex as a multi-page sign-up ending with a purchase through a credit card. Generally speaking, the more involved the action, the higher an affiliate would expect to be paid for generating it.
AdMar is CPA based affiliate ad network. We currently accept publishers from all countries, in any vertical, and almost any type of traffic.
An affiliate is a person or business that places advertisements, creates web properties or otherwise promotes products (based on offers) supplied by advertisers. An affiliate can be described as a third party that promotes someone else’s products.
These days, affiliates are almost entirely based online due to the reliability of tracking sales and widespread availability of products to promote. With the help of media buying, websites or social media, affiliates generate traffic to the webpage where the online product is sold.
First step is to sign up here and validate the confirmation email we send. An affiliate manager will review your website for appropriate content. The second step is phone contact with an affiliate manager so we can understand how you intend to advertise our sponsors.
You can get approved to AdMar on the same day you sign up with three easy steps. Sign up here. Confirm the email we send you. Call the affiliate manager listed on the confirmation page during normal business hours instead of waiting for them to contact you.
We accept affiliates from all countries.
Affiliates are initially paid on a monthly net 30 basis. For example, affiliates generating revenue in January will receive their payments on March 1st. Once an affiliate has received their first payment from us, they are automatically placed on a weekly payment schedule if they are receiving their payments electronically. We require a minimum balance of $100 before we issue a payment. If you don't reach this level, your earnings will roll over to the subsequent pay period until you reach the minimum $100.
We pay affiliates by Check, PayPal, Intercash, eCheck, ACH, Wire, and Bitcoin. The options available are dependent on an affiliate's home country. Our system tracks all earnings in US Dollars, however most international affiliates paid by check have the benefit of receiving their payment in their national currency and drafted from a local bank. For example, Canadian affiliates have their earning converted to Canadian dollars and paid via check drafted from a Canadian bank. It is the same with Australians in Aussie dollars, Brits in Pounds and a host of other countries and currencies. We do this so international affiliates don't suffer the fees and delays often implemented by their banks when depositing American checks. The list of countries we support is too large to include here so please contact your affiliate manager if you have any questions about how you'll be paid.
No. You must be fully verified before you can begin doing anything with PeerFly. Unfortunately, this may be of some inconvenience to you but it's a necessary requirement from our advertisers. This industry is full of fraud and we must enforce these rules to stay on top.
EPC stands for Earnings Per Click and is displayed on all network campaigns. It's a computed average income affiliates are earnings on a given campaign calculated on a per-click basis. This number isn't a guarantee of how much an affiliate will earn by advertising a campaign but is simply a tool for affiliates to gauge their potential interest in advertising a campaign and measuring their conversion compared to the average across the network.
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There are a number of reasons why this could happen. These include, but are not limited to surfers visiting a campaign page through another affiliate link, surfers entering invalid data, surfers not fully completing the signup, surfer data not matching campaign demographic requirements, and surfers having cookies disabled on their computer. Generally speaking, most cases of untracked test or friend-generated leads are explained by an affiliate simply unfamiliar with all the details an advertiser requires to validate a lead as real.
Because of our small independent network, we're able to minimize our commission and give you the maximum allowed payouts. We also guarantee to match or pay out more than any other network.
No. You are not allowed to complete offers with your own affiliate link. However, we do provide a preview link you can use to check out each offer on PeerFly. If you want to test out an offer use the preview link so that no PeerFly affiliate ID is appended and the advertiser knows they will not be billed for that lead.
If you are caught completing offers yourself you will be suspended.
If your account is suspended for being inactive for too long you can email a member of our publisher support team and they will be happy to help you get it turned back on.
If you account was suspended for fraudulent activity you can reach out to our compliance department for help.
Partial fraud doesn't equate to partial payment. No payment will be issued to a terminated account.
No, we do not. AdMar is completely dependent on an advertiser identifying when a lead/sale is valid.
That's a little difficult to predict as AdMar has 20,000 affiliates in the network and they selectively choose the ads they want to run themselves. A successful ad campaign might see traffic from hundreds of affiliates across multiple traffic types such as banner placements, email marketing, search engines, social media and others. An advertiser can however specify in advance whether they want to exclude certain types of traffic, like search engine or social network traffic.
There is no direct contact between affiliates and advertisers. All contact goes through the network. Affiliates come to AdMar specifically for the benefit of having a single contact point for multiple sponsorship opportunities.
We don't predict traffic volumes on potential campaigns. There are simply too many unknown factors to give a proper estimate. Much depends on the conversion of the campaign, the target countries and demographics, the decided upon CPA rate versus competitive campaigns and the final mix of affiliates who decide to pick up any given campaign. Some campaigns can see hundreds of thousands of leads while others struggle to get hundreds per month.
AdMar puts potential affiliates through a quality assurance and fraud check before we allow them into the network. This helps reduce the occurrence of fraud and bad leads. Advertisers must also work at monitoring data and reporting problems. We pass all advertisers the IDs of the affiliates generating traffic for their campaign. Advertisers should use this ID with their internal quality checks to analyze the profitability of the traffic they are receiving on an individual affiliate level.
Send us some details about the campaign you'd like to bring to AdMar through the contact us page. Please include as much information as possible about your campaign including sample landing pages, CPA rates, target countries and budgetary caps. We receive many requests so please do not omit this information.