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    You Can Make Money on the Internet
    (ARA) – Whether you’re looking for a way to make money on the side or a new career altogether, there is a future for you in Internet marketing.  

    “It seems almost every company has an Internet presence these days, and with so much competition, they need help bringing customers to their Web sites,” says Jason Raphael, 27, of Princeton, N.J. He has been working in the field of Internet marketing since he was a teenager and has seen it grow by leaps and bounds.  

    “One of my first jobs was to hand out flyers that directed people to a new online shopping site. I got paid 50 cents for each lead my flyers brought in,” he says. These days, with competition for business so heated, the going rate for leads has gone up astronomically, and people are making a living doing it. In fact, an entire industry has popped up around it.

    It’s called Cost-Per-Action (CPA) or Affiliate Marketing and is the modern day equivalent of paying a finder’s fee for new business. “Merchants like affiliate marketing because they can send out an entire army of people to do their marketing for them at little cost. Since it is a pay for performance model, they only have to pay the affiliate if the lead generates the action they want, like someone filling out an online form, or actually buying something through the merchant site."

    Raphael gets anywhere from 25 cents to $80 for each lead he helps generate, and makes thousands every month. He is known as a guru in the marketing community, and recently decided to set up a network of his own. CPAStar.com pre-launched in Jan. 2007, and Raphael is looking for affiliates to market his partners' products and services through his network.  

    "Whether you're a Fortune 500 company with a high traffic Web site or a single mother working from home, you can make money with CPAStar.com," says Raphael, who adds that his company is different from other affiliate marketing networks in that it offers live support in addition to an extensive number of high paying offers.

    “We do everything in our power to help people make money because when our affiliates are successful, so are we," says Raphael.  

    To sign up to become an affiliate, log on to http://www.CPAStar.com and fill out a quick online form. Joining the network is free.  

    Courtesy of ARA Content
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