CPA Rebirth Review
There’s a lot of money to be made with cost per action, or CPA, as it’s known in the marketing industry. With CPA, you don’t have to talk someone into buying something. Instead, you get paid if they sign up for a free trial, or submit their email address to join a mailing list or do any one of a number of other things. It’s a volume business, and there are people who make thousands per day with it. CPA Rebirth creators Shane Nathan and James Renouf say that there aren’t any new methods for promoting CPA offers, which is why they created CPA Rebirth.
This “new” method they came up with for CPA Rebirth was one that allowed them to use what they claim to be a little known traffic source that allowed them to get people to see their offers for as little as 1/10th of a penny each. That’s pretty cheap, and if you can get a lot of traffic at that price, you should be able to make money, right? Read on for the full CPA Rebirth review.
CPA Rebirth Overview
CPA Rebirth is a 32 page PDF ebook that comes with several reasonably priced upsells. The basic CPA Rebirth method is one that shows you how you’re going to solve one of the biggest problems with cost per action marketing – getting your offers in front of as many people as possible without having to spend a fortune in advertising.
One of the problems with cost per action is that the overall conversion rates for any offers are fairly low. There are various reasons for this:
- Many people are promoting the products, so you see the same ads everywhere
- A lot of the offers require either email addresses or credit card information, and consumers are skeptical
On the plus side, cost per action can be quite profitable, as CPA offers pay anywhere from $1 or so for an email address to $50 or more if someone signs up for a free trial for a paid subscription product. At those kinds of payouts, you can see the potential if you can get hundreds of people per day to sign up. For that kind of volume, it’s not enough to have a good Website or blog; you really need to get involved in paid advertising.
Paid advertising, particularly if you’re running ads on Google or Bing, can get really expensive really quickly. Making things more complicated is the fact that Google is pretty particular about what they’re willing to accept when it comes to ads for CPA offers. They’re not overly fond of them, and you’re going to have to build a specialized landing page in order for Google to let you run ads for such offers at all.
That’s where CPA Rebirth uses a different method. They’re using something called pay per view advertising, and they’re going to do it in such a way that it’s really, really cheap. PPV advertising, which involves showing people who have opted in a series of pop up ads, can be cheap or expensive, depending on how you target your audience. If you want to target U.S. traffic, and target further by selecting people with particular interests, it can get expensive quickly. On the other hand, if you’re not picky about who sees the ads, or what country they live in, then the advertising can be really inexpensive – as little as 1/10th of a cent per view. That’s what the CPA Rebirth method uses – really cheap untargeted traffic.
The problem is that all CPA offers are good for only certain countries. If you’re promoting a product that’s only available in the U.S. and Canada, it’s not going to help you if you can get cheap traffic from Brazil or Germany. That’s where CPA Rebirth’s plan comes in. They’ve got a method that will allow you to buy inexpensive traffic from any country you like but they’ll show you how you can always be sure that the ads those people see are for offers that are good in the country in which they live.
That part of CPA Rebirth is pretty clever, and they’ll show you how to set it up so that you’ll always have a valid offer in front of the eyes of whatever visitors see your ads. It’s pretty straightforward if you have any experience with cost per action offers, and the CPA Rebirth book explains exactly which companies you should do business with in order to get those offers that are always relevant.
On the downside, I didn’t find the CPA Rebirth book as well written as it might have been, and it might be a bit difficult to understand if you’re new to cost per action offers. The other problem with CPA Rebirth is that the traffic that you’re buying is untargeted, which means that there’s no relation between the people seeing the ads and the ads themselves. You might be showing an ad for a skin cream to a 65 year old man or you might be showing ads for payday loans to teenage girls. When that happens, your conversion rates are going to be pretty low.
There are a couple of upsells with CPA Rebirth that show you how to fine tune your traffic in order to increase your conversion rate, as well as a list of some 50 additional sources of inexpensive traffic besides the two or three that are listed in the main CPA Rebirth book. The CPA Rebirth upsells also include a couple of instructional videos where Shane and James walk you through the particulars of setting everything up.
CPA Rebirth Summary
CPA Rebirth offers an interesting plan for getting cost per action offers in front of a lot of people for a really low price. If you can fine tune your traffic to get a higher percentage of buyers, you might be able to make money with this. As is always the case with paid traffic, there’s a lot of trial and error involved and you might lose some money on a few campaigns before you find one or more that work. I’m always a bit skeptical of plans that involve untargeted traffic, though, so be aware that this method may test your patience.
I rate CPA Rebirth as so-so. It might or might not work for you.