Recently this type of campaigns has been gaining lots of traction, and quite frankly running them on native traffic is “a piece of cake” – especially when compared with the usual lead generation or straight sale offers.
As a matter of fact, these campaigns mostly run on a direct-link flow meaning that you don’t need a landing page or any pre-sell content to make it work.

But even if these types of campaigns do not require a complex setup, they do have two main constraints that might be a bit hard to deal with.

  1. Getting access on networks that provide search feed links may not be as easy as it seems.
    Generally speaking, most of the search feed providers, approve only affiliates that spend at least 3-4 figures a day or more. Also, most of them ask for screenshots.
  2. Conversion can be reported within a few minutes, but the revenue takes up to 36 or 48 hours to be confirmed, which makes the optimization process a bit more complex.

Anyways, in this guide I’m going to walk you through some of the technicalities of these campaigns and how to deal with them.

The Networks

If you don’t know where to source this type of offers, the following networks might be enough to get started and spend 6+ figures a month with a decent ROI.

  1. Tonic
  2. Domain Active
  3. System1

The offer

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