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First Adwords Campaign and Content Locker

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by Yugo30, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. Yugo30

    Yugo30 Newbie

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    Ok guys I have a couple of questions, I am starting my first ever adwords campaign I have a couple of question
    I been doing using a content locker for almost a year now and I want to incorporate it into adwrods.


    When I create the adwords campaign do I make it take the visitor directly to the content locked page or another page where they have the option to click and go to the offer page.


    For example they click the google add then it takes them to a page where they have a movie and a button that says Watch Now, when they click on the Watch Now button it takes them to the content locked page.


    Or have them click the google add and take them directly to the content locked page.


    Whats a good starting budget?


    Please help, I need all the help with this I can get, any tips or ideas are very appreciated.
     
  2. Yugo30

    Yugo30 Newbie

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    anybody? any ideas
     
  3. youssef93

    youssef93 Senior Member

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    Not to burst your bubble but using Adwords for this purpose is a very bad idea. Not only is running any kind of ads linking/advertising/promoting copyrighted content a big no no on Adwords, content locking provides a bad user experience that Adwords is very unlikely to tolerate. I would highly recommend perusing another traffic source for the purpose as if you're Adwords account dies it's very hard to get it back.

    If you want the paid traffic route you might wanna go direct with something like buysellads, or go with sitescout. Also cheaper traffic like PPV, lower tier PPC networks that don't care, torrent sites, youtube...etc.
     
  4. extreme90

    extreme90 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I will agree with the above person, Adwords has some pre-defined quality standards and the content locker will definitely provides a bad experience, more importantly, if the user successfully completes the content locker survey/offer, will he/she will get access to what you are claiming for? if not, then think for another source for sure.

    It seems quite un-likely, that your ads will stay for a while, because Adwords team wont allow you to do that, unless you are doing cloaking.
     
  5. bruno0

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    A very bad idea.
    But somehow doable.