Friday, December 14, 2007
What is a co-reg path or marketing / affiliate registration path - I just realized
Co-reg paths are re-packaged affiliate offers usually found on websites like Azoogle.com Copeac.com HydraMedia.com CPAempire.com CrispAds.com NeverBlue.com - I don't know why it took me so long to discover this. Email traffic is still incredibly cheap and that's why co-reg paths make money, because of large numbers and the incredible idiocy of the American consumer. So email submits and zip submits (both the same thing, some things for zip work better, and some things for email work better) are bot the same thing. If you actually go through a co-reg path, and I don't think anyone has ever actually written up what a co-reg path is, because it would be a long and frustrating write up; I will do my best to explain and document how to create a co-reg path and make serious srcibble ($$$$) with it.
A co-reg website (email or zip submit website) is just like any other website, you must send traffic to it, arbitrage the cost of the traffic, web design, hosting, etc.... with the amount the website makes in revemue = profit. So super smart marketers or co-reg path creators, hedge a $1.15 email submit, so that means an email submit to them on average is worth more then $1.15 - lets say $1.50. So for every email or zip submit the advertiser or site creator is able to generate $.25 cents for an email or zip submit by showing that co-reg site visitor tons of affiliate offers and getting them to sign up for them.
Most co-reg paths aren't out there to trick people into signing up for affiliate offers, or paying people (or saying they are going to pay people/sheeple) to sign up for affiliate offers. Most co-reg paths are straight and narrow and not out there to trick people - as it is profitable enough without having to be unethical.
So in summation my fellow online marketers: Co-reg paths are nothing but bundled offers of many different affiliate offers. Sort of like taking a collection of online offers/products, putting them in aisle number 9 at walmart, and making the walmart visitors walk through the asile, in order to "receive" something at the end. Co-reg paths just batter and batter you with offer after offer after offer. They get most consumers to do this by making them think they will get something out of it at the end (a free iphone, bottle of this, item of that, tickets, something to incentive them to force them to continue to review offer after offer after offer). Most of the offers are lead generation and tied into non-internet related sectors that do prospecting through online marketing. That is the best damn analogy for a co-reg path ever written; respect ;)