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Anyone that use B*U*Y sell A*D*S as advertiser?

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by maxken75, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. maxken75

    maxken75 Senior Member

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    Is good for affiliate programs? i want to try to sell some clckbank products|
     
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  2. jblaze

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    I have advertised with BSA with a couple campaigns recently. Overall they have a sweet system to broker ad deals between sites and advertisers. Upfront I'll mention I'm not a paid advertising guru and still have an enormous amount of learning to do ;).
    As you'll see my current ads are not preforming at peak - yet.

    - They have a large variety of sites to place your advert. - of course it's very important to keep as niche focused as possible.

    Here's a selection from a keyword search "internet marketing" :http://buysellads.com/buy/channel/id/-1/tweets/off/tagsearch/internet marketing/show/popular
    and a link to all their inventory: http://buysellads.com/buy

    - The tracking and advert. user-interface is on point and and very helpful. You can run A/B split tests on the same sites to test ads and see the results immediately.

    - Customer support has been very helpful. From the start BSA was helping by setting up advert. campaign for my budget and found other sites in their system for me to consider.

    So far the adverts. I've placed have seen impressions of 8k to 1k/day, with an average of 7k/day. My CTRs have been low (.09 to .15) so far, and I've been working on various ad copies. I think CB style ads that are more "hard sell", flashy, and buy now type would do better than normal banner style ads which is great if you're marketing CB products.
    I'm about 2 1/2 weeks into a campaign. Based on current trends I expect a CPC of .40 - .50. I think with more testing and tuning ads, ad placements, and finding the quality sites the CTRs and CPCs would improve significantly.

    So all in all they have a great system that's affordable for any budget.
    As with all paid advertising it all comes down to testing and finding what really works for your niche.

    Let me know if you have any specific questions.
     
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  3. maxken75

    maxken75 Senior Member

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    Can you hlep me what kind of banner work? text ads or graphics banner, the best position?, do you convert in sell your click?
     
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    Sure, I'll do my best to point you in the best direction, but I'm not a paid ad pro. or anything ;).
    I highly recommend testing things, start small and keep track of A/B tests and see what works best.

    What I was talking about as far as ads all really depends on your niche in general and the type of site you're placing the adverts.
    As far as text ads vs/ graphics I would look at the sites they have for your niche and see what looks like would do the best. In general well designed graphics ads would do well on the type of sites I've seen through BSA.
    Look at competition or even the actual product owners ads and see how they are placing them.
    Once you start looking at all the sites and ad placement areas on the sites, which ones are already taken, etc. you will see which ad positions are the most sought after and likely do the best.

    I was thinking of the making money online/internet marketing niche.
    In general I think ads like these do best:
    (top 4 or so ads towards the bottom of the page)
    http://massincomemultiplier.com/jvarea.html

    Have you done paid advertising elsewhere? Any other resources you'd recommend?
    I've wanted to try ads on fb and ezinearticles but have not yet, but I think they both could convert well.
    I'm still learning too, and the best thing I've learned is to keep testing and then scale things once you see what works.
     
  5. shravandude

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    There are many sites where you could buy the adverts like ad taily, puxee etc
    What i have observed is ad taily allows you to test the ads even for a day or two
    and watch about your conversions. This cannot be done on any other advertising networks.
    BTW i have never used these advertisers just read some where else.