I am very happy to announce my first interview on my blog. Since going fulltime with PeerFly, I have been trying to be more active on the different affiliate marketing forums available and one that I joined awhile ago and have been somewhat inactive on is CPAFix. I am pretty good friends with the owner, Oliver, and I plan to increase my activity so I decided to ask Oliver to do an interview and tell me a little more about his forum.
First off, why don’t you tell everyone a bit about yourself Oliver?
Hey Luke and hello readers! My name is Oliver Kenyon but some of you may know me as K. I’m a 24 year old entrepreneur from England. I have my own web development company called Okenyon Webs and I’m also an affiliate marketer.
I’ve seen a post a few times about your affiliate earnings. Are you generating 100% of your income online now? Tell us a bit about the type of traffic you like to work with and the campaigns you prefer to run.
As of January I will be 100% online. I’ve had a great year working every hour around the clock to learn a lot, mature and build up my company. Working full time hours as a chef, this has been hard but very rewarding as I am now at the stage where I can leave my job and pursue my online career and my true love. As far as traffic and campaigns, I have pushed publishing to the bottom of my list for now whilst I build up my reputation and company and work on my websites like CPAFix.com. However, when I get back into running things in the new year I plan to do things outside of the box. I am going to hit Offline CPA very hard in the new year as I think it’s very untapped.
Okay, so, what is CPAFix and why should my PeerFly publishers join your forum?
CPAFix is a Cost Per Action and affiliate marketing site, based around the forum. We aim to be the number one resource for everything CPA. We host many features as well as individual forums for every type of traffic source and method. We cater for everyone from newbies to experienced publishers and can boast some of the biggest affiliate names on the boards. PeerFly is well represented on the site by yourself and your publishers have another way to contact and ask you questions within your PeerFly thread.
We are a friendly and welcoming board and would love to meet and share resources with your publishers.
How do you compare CPAFix to WarriorForum?
I don’t – lol but seriously we are two completely different things. WarriorForum is great but we wanted to build something directly targeted for CPA and affiliate marketing. WarriorForum is a giant and were not trying to compete with them, but we will be as successful within this niche I can promise you that. I think the beauty of CPAFix.com is that everyone is on the same page. There are no big time ego’s thinking they are better than the rest. We are all just decent people trying to help each other earn more and more.
What do you have planned for the future of CPAFix?
For CPAFix there is no limits. I won’t stop until it’s the best place where all affiliates can come online and get everything they need. We are constantly brain storming and trying to come up with more features and tools to make it a better resource and we are always up for suggestions. As far as myself I feel the skies the limit, I’m far from big headed but i just have this burning in my stomach that pushes me on and on with this company and business. Okenyon Webs will be a landmark company in the near future and I plan to release more and more websites, mostly under this sector. We have big plans for January and have some nice ideas lined up for early release!
What would you say are the three best resources for an affiliate marketer?
but seriously you have a great blog man. In all honesty it depends what level you are at. I love to read Shoemoney.com because you can pick up some great tips but its not in your face. There are some nice paid forums like STM and IMGrind and also a few decent blogs out there. I would also recommend the CPA section on WarriorForum if you need a question answered quick but CPAFix will shit on them soon enough :)
What is your favorite PeerFly feature and what is one change you would make?
I think PeerFly on a whole is an awesome network for the more advanced publisher. My favorite features are all the attention to detail. By this I mean when you click an offer everything is very easy to find and navigate. You provide all the creatives and they’re easy to find. If I had to add something it would probably be some kind of advanced gateway. I know PeerFly isn’t a content locking network but that may be cool in the future. Also, I would go to town on your points feature, where by affiliates earn points as well as cash per lead and can exchange points for things like iPads, Kindles, etc!
I really appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions and I think my readers will find them very useful. I can see you are dedicated to the industry and look forward to seeing CPAFix grow along with the business relationships between myself and your members. Anything else you’d like to add?
Thank you Luke, it’s been a pleasure. As an added incentive to get your readers onto CPAFix – if they mention “Luke from Peerfly” or this blog in their introduction thread I will personally email them my latest Facebook pages ebook. Once again, thanks Luke and I wish you and all the staff at PeerFly along with your readers a great Christmas and a Happy New Year.