What are the benefits of CPC Offers?

Does anyone know of any CPA offers that start with a cost per click (CPC)? I am looking for affiliate offers that pay for even the lead itself, so I can earn money when someone clicks on the link I provide in my emails. Ideally, I would like to find offers that pay for any action completed by my referral, but primarily I am looking for CPC offers. I am open to any niche, but primarily I am looking for offers in the “make money online” niche.
I don’t have a website, but I have a large email list of people interested in online moneymaking. I am looking for something similar to adsense, but in emails.
If you know of any CPC offers that would fit my needs, any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Walter

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The original email is asking for CPA offers that start with CPC. The person is looking for affiliate offers that pay for just bringing someone to a link and clicking on it. They do not have a website, but they have a large email list of people interested in online money-making. They are primarily looking for CPC offers, but if it’s followed by CPA commissions that’s even better. They are specifically interested in offers in the “make money online” niche.

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The post you shared is a blog post titled “Three Amazing Web Data Analyses Techniques For Analysis Ninjas” by Avinash Kaushik. In the post, he discusses three different techniques for web data analysis. The first technique is to compute the actual cost per acquisition (CPA) post-facto, taking into account micro-conversions. This means considering all the actions that a visitor could take on a website, not just the main conversion goal. The second technique is to command attention by stating raw numbers, rather than focusing on percentages or averages. This helps to emphasize the scale and importance of certain metrics. The third technique is to face reality by computing the “convert-able audience” and “real conversion rates”. This involves segmenting website visitors based on their likelihood to convert and identifying the true size of the audience that is relevant for conversion analysis.