Jellyfish CPA VS Google CPC
"Jellyfish is a new kind of search engine. We call it the Internet’s first buying engine. Search engines are great for finding information, but we think you also need a search engine that is perfect for when you want to buy something online.
You use Jellyfish.com just like you would any other shopping search engine to find the right product at the best price. But when you actually buy something from a store in our engine, we share at least half of what we earn by connecting you to that store. All you need to do is sign up for an account to earn cash back. There are no fees or hidden charges." — www.jellyfish.com
Jellyfish has over 1,000 advertisers signed up so far, with over 5 million listed products.
Users can collect their cash once products can no longer be returned, in order to prevent abuse of the system.
So it’s really interesting model when you want to buy something just go to Jellyfish and search for the thing you want. You should get anything in lowest price. (The result is that Jellyfish users can get products for less because half the marketing dollars spent by advertisers go directly their customers instead of to a third party.)
EBay’s recent move into CPA advertising with its AdContext system should make CPA ads more popular, luring publishers with the prospect of collecting a cut from auction sales made as a result of an ad.
So what’s about Google’s CPC model, for advertisers buying those clicks have no choice but to gamble. Fortunately for Google’s stock holder, Google recently acknowledged that it’s testing cost-per-action ads (CPA).
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