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Bing Ads+Squeeze Page

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Dresden, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. Dresden

    Dresden Regular Member

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    Anyone currently doing this? I never made any money from clickbank until today! I logged into the account and it turns out that a very old youtube video of mine got me a sale. I got very motivated! I selected a niche, made a squeeze page, signed up for Bing ads and currently I am writing my autoresponder emails for the next week. Taking a break for a little so I decided to see who is currently doing something similar? Is it worth running bing ads or would I be better off paying for solo ads? I'm going to go with bing ads first then maybe give solo ads a try(even though I'll try my best to avoid that option). What do you guys think?
     
  2. HamFighters

    HamFighters Registered Member

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    facebook ads might be a better option
     
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    like hamfingers said FB is cheaper you just got to choose the right audience.
     
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  4. Dresden

    Dresden Regular Member

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    Thanks for the replies guys. I thought it would be a lot cheaper with bing ads. I'll look into it :)
     
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    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    FB ads can indeed be very good in terms of returns. For this, make sure you have the external blog/MNS set up [with opt in], and then set up an fb page and post lots of useful content linking to the external page. When running the ads, link to the fb page. Make sure the page includes lots of share-able posts, such as pictures, infographics, and articles of the "top 6 things..."/ "10 tips for.." etc type


    You should get lots of ppl to your page from the ads, and through their engagement (likes/shares of posts), this will further provide free publicity to your page (each times a person likes/shares a post, their friends will see it on their home feed). Many will click through to your external blog/MNS, and if you have an incentivized opt in, it is likely many will opt (fb traffic loves free stuff). If your free report/mini course is set up right (soft sells work best), then kick back and watch the $$$$ flow


    I like to emphasize this - you should always have a niche-specific page set up, and send traffic from the fb ads to it. That way, each time each person engages with the page (likes it or likes/shares/comments on a post), it will show up in their friends' newsfeed/home, and this will generate free further exposure of your page, creating a snowball effect. The key is creating engage-able posts. IMHO, fb ads that do not funnel traffic to fb pages are missing out big time.


    Focus on having a page full of useful and engage-able content while you are running ads. Do the marketing later.

    Mancar
     
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  6. Dresden

    Dresden Regular Member

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    Sounds good thanks for the detailed post. I'll still give it a try and see how it goes with bing ads just to test it.
     
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    jediwarrior Newbie

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    I see you all mentioning facebook ads but seems they love to flag ads so quick. I have had three accounts go down for legit ads not even affiliate links.
     
  8. ignotus

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    Yeah noticed with FB if the page you advertise to has a email submit popup its likely to get removed, though never had the account removed. That's weird if it isn't junk. But it's Facebook so who knows, probably stepping on their own competition