Singapore, (September 2, 2010) – A team of internet marketers from Singapore will pit their skills against members from countries namely Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand to win the 30 days Cost Per Action (CPA) Singapore challenge in September 2010.
CPA is a form of advertising where the advertiser pays based on specified actions taken by the end user. An internet marketer would market a product relevant to the needs of the consumer and earn a commission when the user purchase the product.
According to a recent survey done by ADD Marketing Group, 95% of internet marketers and affiliate marketers fail to make any money online.
Jonathan, an internet newbie who is in this scene for less than half a year, said: “When I started to learn the ropes, it seems that everyone has already done everything and all the stuff was gone and over-done.”
A group of internet newbies from Singapore have decided otherwise and come together to make money online together as a team. They set a challenge with their coach and apply various internet marketing strategies such as SEO marketing to promote their chosen product. They extended the challenge to nearby countries and the nation with the highest sales generated will emerge the winner.
The Singapore team has set a sales target of US$18,000 by the end of the 30 days challenge.
Asked what the team will do with the money earned, they said: “At this moment, we have decided to donate ten percent of the profit to a local charity organization but we have yet decided which organization will receive it.”
The team leader, Aaron, added: “This is in line with our mission to make a contribution back to the society. At the same, we want to reaffirm that money can be made online. Most people want immediate results and as soon as they hit any form of roadblock they give up.
“With our newly gained experience, we want to replicate our success and help more people to blast through their roadblocks towards success in their internet marketing journey. After all, teamwork makes dreams work.”
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