Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by ibrahim11, May 24, 2015.
Hey Ibrahim ,
The more your CTR is high the low your investement will be in Fb Ads , the same thing for any other Ads network !
you are Leaving a lot of $$$ on teh table Ibrahim !
Instead Buy a PLR and Setup a Squeeze page , capture Emails and redirect them to the same offer , Setup a 7days Follow up emails and see the Big Money!
Also Direct linking traffic to the offer will risk your accounts either in fb or Bing ( Or you need Expensive Clokers)
Best of Succes,
Why would I want to buy a PLR article and I'm not direct linking. I have a review article on my website with a free ebook to also capture emails
I have been trying to get something to convert on Bing for a few a week now and still haven't got anything.
I tried a few hundred hops of direct linking and nothing. Now I am about ~100 hops with a landing page and still no conversions >_>
About 15% of my visitors get to the order form apparently, but aren't buying :|.
Bump... any suggestions? thanks!
FB ads can be targeted much better than Bing ads, that is major difference.
With Bing ads, you are tergeting people in their fourties and older... you have to fit the product to the audience.
bing & facebook are the best converts best with landing pages
Well... facebook is easier if you have a targeted audience. Can anyone point me to a software that extracts emails from fb pages for free?
Why extract emails from fb pages? It will take a lot time to do if you want to get traffic from email marketing. Bing ads perhaps is really great palce to get targeted audience.
Try this with bing ads:
1. get your list of keywords and break them in ad groups (for the examples I will a potty training CB product...but dont use it on Bing as they have a higher age demo and would not be looking for potty training stuff)
Example: Ad Group 1: potty training boys
Keywords: potty training boys, how to potty train boys, boys and potty training and so on
Ag Group 2: potty training girls.....you see where I am going with this
2. Set up your landing page. In your landing page offer a free product in exchange for their email.
Example: Enter your email to get a free report on how to potty train your child in 3 days (you can find these PLR books on Google for like $7.00)
3. Once they give you their email send them to the product sales page
4. 1% - 3% will buy. The others that dont may buy when you send them emails as a follow up (i recommend at least 10 space out over 12-15 days)
5. Switch the emails up between sales and free info. this gain a relationship with the buyer. If all you do is send emails everyday with affiliate links to the product they will opt out. This will take some time to set up initially but once it is done then you are on autopilot. after that email series is done, you can then offer then other products in the same niche/...such as going to Amzon and becomieng an affiliate and offering toilet training DVD's, or physical products.
Now the important thing here is to remember that each product is not a winner, or least with certain methods. so test your results and if you are losing money move on with the same process but different product.
I've tried bing ads but I haven't got any subscribers
Have you tried another network? 7search or revcontent
Update to my last post in this thread:
I am now starting to see some progress with Bing Ads and Clickbank after a week or two of tinkering with it. I started making some sales this past week. I noticed that some sales actually show up days after a campaign hasn't even been running. Some people actually save the page and come back a few days later and buy ..so that is something to keep in mind.
Also I have had better progress with my campaigns since I have stopped using "broad" search. Maybe that's just specific to my case and the keywords I am targeting ...but that is also something worth trying out!
#1 rule of paid traffic: No broad search
#2 rule: I only pay for traffic during evening hours (my niche) since the people I sell to more than likely have jobs and more than likely will not buy during work hours. who wants to pull out the credit card with their boss walking around...
you say you dont use broad search which i agree with but what do people think about content search?
It can work but however I never had any luck with it.
I have the opposite experience in that I am doing quite well with Bing but not with Facebook. I have tried over a 100 Clickbank products and found only a few work. You have to be very specific with your keywords.
facebook is not very good for clickbank affilate, it is expensive
I read you are supposed to start with hundreds of keywords on broad, then use your tracking to find the keywords that converted.
THEN, make a separate adgroup this time with your converting keywords, but this time put them on phrase.
THEN, increase the bids so you get more exposure on your keywords, this is called scaling.
The repeat the process again, but this time use exact, if you feel the need.
Thank you bro !!
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