Pay Per Call Networks serves as the bridge between advertisers and publishers. They manage call campaigns from advertisers and create calls from the advertiser’s network to the targeted audiences. Then they assign a tracking number to those calls made. The advertiser pays the Network of affiliates or publishers who receive pay for generating targeted calls through an exclusive tracking number assigned to that call.
When you start calling through your Network, you will only be billed based on how many calls you make to the audience, whether they are potential customers prospects or friends. This means that you don’t have to worry about setting a fixed number to bill the advertiser or getting charged a single call commission based on how many calls you make to a certain audience.
The advertising rates for each call are determined by the advertiser based on how many calls the network has made. This is why the advertiser only pays when their Network has produced more calls than what was requested. When the advertiser has completed their campaign and the numbers are showing that there were more calls than expected, they can either request a refund or simply drop out from using the Network.
Advertisers who make too many calls will receive a higher rate than those who only make one call. The amount of money advertisers are charged is different for each call, depending on the advertising rates and that advertiser is responsible for them. For example, a call made to a large audience will be more expensive than one made to a smaller audience. The advertiser should ask themselves why they are paying for the Network to start with before they decide on the amount of calls they want to make.
Some networks charge a flat rate per call, while others charge a percentage per call. Depending on your budget, you can determine how much of a monthly budget you should allot for this type of service. Some networks will also provide a number of customized plans to suit your specific needs.
When you choose a Network that offers a Pay Per Call plan, you will need to sign up and agree to follow the terms of the contract. After you have signed the contract, you will be assigned an ad number, which will be used to send calls to your network.
When you make a call to the Network, you will use the tracking number assigned to you to determine the number of callbacks you will get. If you receive at least two or more callbacks, you will receive a callback fee, which you can then use to calculate the total cost per call you paid to the Network. This is the amount the Network charges you to make those calls. If you receive no callbacks, you will be charged for the amount you billed for the first call.
Once you are comfortable with your network and you receive enough calls to justify the costs, you can decide whether you would like to continue your relationship with the Network. Once you have signed up for a contract, you will continue to receive calls from your Network, and you will no longer have to pay for any callbacks, unless you drop out of the Network.
You can also request a discount for your bill by requesting more calls. Network affiliates who make too many calls will be asked to pay more per call, so they can afford to make more calls to the Network. If you want to stop making calls to the Network, you can simply request to stop receiving any future calls. This will not affect any of your other calls to the Network.
Because most of the call networks offer services, it is easy to find a one that is right for your business. Most companies will offer their affiliates a free trial period in order to see if their Network is right for them. If you are not satisfied, you can always cancel your subscription and look for a new one to replace it.
While these networks are great for increasing your business, it is a good idea to check out other options. Some of the better networks may even provide the option of a network builder. This will allow you to create your own custom network, making it even easier to keep track of your customers.