Many CPA networks closed in the last year or two due to different circumstances, so it’s always useful to have a handful of options when running offers and have accounts with networks that specialize in different verticals. Today we’re having a quick look at the lemonads CPA marketing network.
lemonads, formerly known as Spicyoffers is a CPA network with 13 years of experience that works with many well-known brands, including Amazon, Norton, and Revolut. Overall they have more than 10,000 business partners.
They have an in house (and super nice) platform where you can find offers for more than 200 countries available and thousands of offers with great support and real-time stats. Their platform is definitely one of the best I’ve seen this year, if not the best one.
They also handle heavy traffic without issues or major click-loss as it can happen with some networks.
Once you sign up and get your account approved, you’ll see your Dashboard and other menus to get started. The marketplace is where you can find stand-alone offers, many of which are exclusive or in-house to promote with different payouts and geos available.
The top verticals you can find at lemonads are:
They also have offers in the Nutra, eCommerce, and Binary/crypto verticals. While you can find some great sweeps or dating offers in many networks, it’s refreshing to see some solid gaming or finance offers available as those are way less common, yet you can see some huge volume affiliates running them if you spy some traffic sources.
High payouts + good performing offers = money.
You can find offers with multiple revenue models, including:
- Pay per call
Most affiliates I know are sending traffic to these offers via Social Media, Push notifications, and email. If you have doubts about what to run and where to run it, hit up your manager’s Skype and they’ll send you some recommendations though. As long as you have quality traffic, they’ll be willing to work with you.
Other options you should consider when working with lemonads are their smart links. You can easily create different smart links for mainstream and adult traffic with great performance overall.
I recommend using smart links for your fallback traffic, which is also enabled by default in your lemonads profile, but you can use their smart links in pretty much any other campaign running for your remnant or fallball traffic. I’ll explain how this works in another article soon.
Smart links are also great to test multiple geos and see if there are any opportunities to run standalone offers.
lemonads works closely with many traffic sources and trackers to implement their postbacks and tracking systems with a couple of clicks. Creating your offer URLs and tracking your data will be easier than normal if you use one of the following trackers:
I personally use Voluum when running campaigns but you’ll find yourself at home if you use FunnelFlux, ThriveTracker, Adsbridge, Bemob, Binom or CPVLab.
As for payment terms, they have a very accessible $100 weekly limit and payments can be done via Wire, Paypal, Paxum, and ePayments. If you’re getting started, having good cash flow is important, so the $100 weekly payouts makes a ton of sense as many other networks require you to earn $500 or $1,000 monthly to get paid initially until you can earn more to be paid weekly or bi-weekly.
If you like what you’ve seen so far then sign up and get started with lemonads. We have been testing some campaigns and the offers seem to convert quite well in the recommended verticals, plus they’re always happy to get some new offers for you if you have recommendations.
You can find lemonads at common affiliate events such as AWA, AWE, Affiliate Summit, and Dmexco, although you’ll have to wait until next year to be able to easily travel and attend this type of events due to the COVID19 🙁
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