For any "attract" video, avoid speaking too much about your product. Instead, let your brand values and personality be your north star(s). Finally, because these videos can live on a variety of channels, keep in mind the strategies of each platform. For example, a Facebook video might have a square aspect ratio and text animations for soundless viewers.
Likewise, if you are "selling" teen pregnancy prevention, what barriers make it difficult to prevent those pregnancies? Can teenagers easily obtain birth control, or is it difficult for them to get hold of? Maybe there isn't a good teen clinic in town. Or if there is a clinic available, maybe it's all the way across town, and it's only open on weekdays until 4:00, making it difficult to get to without missing school.
Find a relevant CPA marketing offer. To get started with CPA marketing, you'll need to find an advertiser offering CPA that is relevant to your blog or website and, most importantly, to your traffic. The websites http://odigger.com/ and http://www.offervault.com/ both allow you to search aggregated CPA offers and find one that meets your criteria. Once you've found one you like, you'll have to join the posting's network to begin marketing for that advertiser.
Before launching any marketing campaign, it's important to determine your primary video goal. This could be to increase brand awareness, engagement, or even conversions for a free trial. It's crucial to pick out just one or two goals for each video. When you define more than that, your video will seem unfocused, making it difficult for viewers to determine what they should do next.
Marketing “green” or “charity tie-in” products: If a company is marketing its own line of eco-friendly water bottles, hybrid cars, reusable lunch containers, or other “green” products, this doesn’t count as social marketing. The marketing of products with a charitable donation tie-in (such as TOMS) doesn’t count either. In both of these examples, the primary focus is on selling a product. Meanwhile, with social marketing, the focus is solely on changing behaviors for the public good.
Now the question arises, how to get accepted into a CPA network? Unfortunately, getting approved for the CPA networks is not as easy as getting received in regular affiliate marketing networks. Honesty is a pretty important part of the application. They usually review applications manually, and if you can’t satisfy them by providing necessary information, they will reject it. Remember that CPA networks aren’t trying to make things difficult. They want to make sure that you are honest and will send them real leads. So it’s a matter of being transparent with them.