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Funny Marketing Memes

1. Clients are really funny sometimes. They think if they throw spaghetti at a wall something will stick. The problem is that their spaghetti isn’t cooked. The strategy is the cooked spaghetti. Also, the longer you let it cook the better the chance that it will stick.

2. Yes...yes you do.

3. Again, yes...yes you do.

4. Unless you have a person dedicated to just marketing that is a savvy graphic designer, a wizard at analytics, a competent web developer, and is good at marketing then you might be on to something. If not you are probably better off letting an agency handle your marketing needs. 

5. Getting to the top of Google takes a lot of time and effort. Time is money and good effort costs money. So unless you are willing to invest both you will likely never see the top of a Google search. Unless you buy some ads. 

6. Isn't everyone? 

7. Won't happen but we will try. 

8. Personally I love remarking it is one of the steps to build brand loyalty. 

9. Memes are going to transc…

What is CPA & Types of CPA programs: CPA tutorials for beginners part-1

What is CPA?

CPA= Cost Per Action or Cash Per Action. 

CPA success: What is CPA

Advertiser spend a specific amount for every leads from the publisher to expand their deals, sales or even increase their brand exposure. And the hole system called CPA. To accomplish this, The advertiser go to a CPA network or set up a affiliate system & recruit affiliates who will be paid a specified amount each time gets performed an action or generates a lead under their TOS.

Types of CPA programs:
  1. CPS: Cost Per Sale or Cash Per Sale. Advertiser pays the affiliates a fixed amount amount or a percentage of the sale.
  2. CPL: Cost Per lead or Cash Per lead. Advertiser pays a fixed amount for attracting people who fill out a lead form.
  3. CPM: Cost Per (1k) impression or Cash Per (1k) impression. Advertiser pays for the number of  impressions that the publisher can generate.
  4. CPC:  Cost Per Click or Cash Per Click. Advertiser pays the publisher for each click to a website.

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