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Adwords + Affiliate Offers, Profitable?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by Black$ide, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. Black$ide

    Black$ide Registered Member

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    Hello B-Hats :)

    I'm thinking if I should start advirtising offers(or CPA) on Adwords.
    Of course with good-looking landing page, but without any stupid and long texts with big "BUY IT NOW" pay-pal buttons.

    Just a review of one product and banners relating to it.
    First I planned to use coupons and I have a small starting budget of 300-400$

    Is that a good idea?
    How is the click rate?

    Can I get 1-2 leads from 1000 clicks ?
     
  2. gammon

    gammon Registered Member

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    Get 1-2 leads from 1000 clicks is very possible. Most important is you need to keep track on which keyword help u get convert and delete those keyword that not profitable, also tweak your landing page as well to help u get more conversion. Good Luck!
     
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  3. pewshda

    pewshda Newbie

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    I have been doing something similar with facebook advertising, paying per click or action-optimized cpm and have generated a decent amount of leads. I am marketing an Online Poker site and for example yesterday I got 88 Clicks (which go to a Facebook page, yet to convert) from my facebook page I got 38 Clicks to the actual tagged affiliate link and from those 38 Clicks I got 7 Joins.

    Pretty decent conversion rate IMO, especially for using such tiny advertisements. I feel that I am pretty solid with the targeting and have tried over 12 different ad variations each targeted to a fairly tight demographic.

    I am trying to do this with AdWords and AdCenter as well but AdWords proves to be a little bit tricky on the ad approvals and I have not had any experience with AdCenter quite yet...
     
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  4. Black$ide

    Black$ide Registered Member

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    thx for feedback)
    88 clicks of how many impressions ? So in your opinion, fb is easier to be approved for affiliate ads? ^^
     
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    This is so 2009, isn't it?....;)
     
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    I had my adwords account banned for sending traffic to a landing page with great content but I had affiliate offers on said page. The conversions were pretty sweet to, I was making $500 for every $200 spent and almost zero refunds from clickbank. Maybe I will plug my old data into a Facebook ad campaign and see how it pans out :)
     
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  7. Black$ide

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    or 2000. or 2005.

    IT is just changing rapidly. I'm asking for your experience.
     
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    johnwoo Power Member

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    now a days. its totally hard to get ur landing page approved with affiliate or cpa offers on the page