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CPAGrip: The 12 Step Tutorial for Beginner CPA Marketers


CPAGrip is an attractive website because there are so many people making money with it. This post will take you through the whole “how to make money with CPAGrip” process.

Here’s a more advanced CPA marketing guide, if you’re interested of course.


Putting in a 1-2 hours work to set-up your first campaign will easily turn over $50-100+ when done right.

The process will get quicker, and more effective as you repeat this.

What Is CPAGrip?

  • CPAGrip is a CPA network.
  • CPA networks generate leads for advertisers.
  • They do this by finding publishers who want to make money (you and I).
  • These publishers then push traffic to CPA Offers.
  • This can be done in a few clever ways:
    • direct linking to offers,
    • content locking, file locking (what we’re focusing on)..

How Does It Work?

There’s many ways to make money with CPAGrip. Using this guide, you find downloadable goods, lock them and promote them on YouTube. You get paid every time someone unlocks your file locker.


1# Register With CPAGRIP


CPAGrip banner

Register Now (Opens in New Window)

2# Find Some Content to Promote

You can do anything, but generally downloadable goods are the best to go for. Things like graphics templates, eBook guides, music production samples and various other similar things are in high demand.

kick drum samples google search
A simple google search for “kick drum samples” will give you a tonne of websites that offer royalty free downloadable sounds.

3# Think Creatively

Lets say you go down the music sample route, you could package various sounds into one file. This will make it more attractive later on when people download your files.

download photoshop templates youtube search
This video gives away Photoshop templates, you could do the same but with locked links. If you don’t have any PS templates, download them from the internet and/or other videos in the same niche.

4# Upload Your Files To A Host

Once you’ve got the files that you want to lock and promote, you need to upload them somewhere.

You can upload them to any site you like, but I prefer to use Google drive. Google drive gives you a lot of control over your files.

5# Lock Your Files

Go into your CPAGrip dashboard, monetization and URL/file lockers.

Click this button in the sidebar.
Then, click Create New Locker
Then, click Create New Locker
Fill in all the specifics, and put your file URL in the Locked URL box.
Fill in all the specifics, and put your file URL in the Locked URL box.

6# Store Your Locked Link

cpagrip locked url
Click on Get Links
copying cpagrip locked url
Then Copy your locked URL

You’ll want to paste it into notepad for easy access. You can always come back to the dashboard if you prefer, but it’s easier to have everything in front of you.

7# Make A Simple Video for YouTube

You can use anything that you want to use to make this. I recommend using PowerPoint if you don’t have a good video editor. You may want to record your screen with software such as Camtasia.

8# Upload Your Video To YouTube

Once you’re video is done, get it on YouTube!

9# Title, Describe & Tag Your Video

Make sure you write a good title and description. Aim for at least 2-3 paragraphs in your description.

Make sure you put your locked link in the video description.

10# Make A Nice Thumbnail for Your Video

Aside from making a nice title and description, one of the main things that will make people click on your video is the thumbnail image.

11# Boost Your Video

At first, you’re going to have next to no views. So buy some cheaply. Get some likes, views and subscribers to your channel. The more engagement your video looks like it has, the more people will naturally go to your video.

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12# Repeat

You can either make more videos on similar topics, or try out a new niche! The more you practice, the more money you will make and the better you’ll become at it.


Until next time, Josh.