Myths in traffic arbitration that you definitely shouldn't believe!


Arbitration – R.I.P.
The most popular stereotype about arbitration - back in the noughties, the first arbitrators were already scaring newcomers with the imminent end of arbitration.

However, the niche is still alive and relevant!

It is more profitable for a business to pay for the result, and thanks to this, the niche is growing and developing.

New verticals and products are constantly emerging, and world events often have a positive impact on the market. For example, during the pandemic, the demand for the financial vertical, cryptocurrencies, gambling and betting rose sharply.

The niche of arbitration is steadily growing and developing, new people are constantly coming to arbitration, webs are coming up with new approaches to promotion, and in general, there is no reason to think that arbitration is in the twilight of existence.

No way without paid training
If the course is done qualitatively, it contains up–to-date information, and an experienced arbitration team is behind the development - there should be no problems with training.

But when buying a course there is a risk:

Scammers pretend to be arbitration teams and sell irrelevant information, or scammers offer a free course, but you need to purchase consumables!

Overestimate expectations - a beginner believes that paid training raises the chances of earning.Training will not guarantee income;

Spend money - the courses will be paid, and you will have to spend part of the budget on them, but you can find the information yourself and save the budget for the test of bundles and practical application of knowledge.

Most of the information from the courses can be found on forums, information portals, and from colleagues in chat rooms.

Arbitrageur deceives buyers
This is an ambiguous myth, as it affects the moral aspect of arbitration. It is worth admitting that not all offers really solve the user's problem as effectively as they write on landing pages.

On the other hand, everyone decides for himself what is deception and what is not.

Arbitration is too diverse to be called a fraudulent niche. The web chooses what to pour on!

Conferences are not needed
A common misconception among those who have incorrectly prioritized attending conferences.

Conferences are not reports in which all the bundles are burned. These are not master classes that teach you how to earn six-figure sums. It's not even just bright parties, although many go for them.

Conferences are networking. Only at arbitration events there is such a high concentration of specialists. You can get to know and communicate with them, share your thoughts and learn something new, pull out insider information, find reliable partners, chat with PP managers.

You can just copy the cases
A case, as a definition, is an algorithm that any reader can repeat and earn money. This is what beginners think until they lose the budget on the case they copied.

No one will talk for free about an approach that brings money.

High competition
Yes, there is indeed competition in arbitration. The main problem is how newcomers perceive it.

There will be competition in any niche if there is money in it, and this is normal.

Competition in arbitration depends on skills, and it is not so great to worry about it.

Instead, you can find profitable offers from partner companies, advertising networks and other arbitrage tools, optimize your budget and focus on exploring a niche.

Arbitration is illegal
Absolutely incorrect statement.

The arbitrageur simply promotes the advertiser's goods through intermediaries. All his difference from a full-time marketer is that the arbitrageur works for his budget and receives payment for the result, which is absolutely legal!

The quality of goods, logistics, customer processing and many other aspects are beyond the competence of the arbitrageur. He just sets up advertising and receives a commission from sales.

However, advertising of prohibited goods and services may be considered a violation. To protect yourself, check the advertising laws in the selected geo before launching.

Arbitration is not a job
A myth from those who are looking for passive income.

And passive income has nothing to do with arbitration. Being an arbitrageur means sitting in front of a monitor for 12 hours a day, constantly testing new bundles, risking the budget, optimizing campaigns and constantly learning.

Yes, you can work remotely and schedule your own schedule, but that's where freedom ends. To earn money in arbitration, you need discipline, willingness to be responsible for the result and work, and not passively collect income from the first profitable bundle.