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Has anyone had succes with eBook "I never pay more then 1 cent per click"?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by smolodoys, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Hey people have anyone had any success with this ebook "I never pay more then 1 cent per click"?

    sales page:

    warriorforum.com/warrior-special-offers-forum/124459-video-proof-i-never-pay-more-than-1-cent-per-click-400-copies-sold-step-step-guide-must-see.html

    if someone doesnt have it I can upload it, but its just aint working for me, I've got several niches, created about 10 campaigns, got plenty of keywords, the competition is medium and still got only like 6 impressions, its set to 7 cents and some even to 10 cents and still nothing.. forth day.. and yes they have been approved.. got them in all sizes.... got more then a thousand keyword for each group etc.. WTF??????????? Does it only work for the niches with very very low competition or what? I mean all of my niches get plenty of searches, just don't know what to think here.. please share your opinion and methods.. thank you very much in advance..
     
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    midnight_focus Power Member

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    There is one golden rule "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't"
    also if its wso/dp then its shit
     
  3. Fireboltgirl

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    I'm not familiar with that particular ebook, but I suspect it is where you are buying your ads that is partially at fault.

    You split tested the ads yet?

    Edit: of course you haven't...you've got hardly any traffic.
     
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  4. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    its ebook about google image ads, and what you do is basically get tons of keywords for your niche, create banners of all sizes and set the cpc to 1 cent, but like it was mentioned in his ebook upon first starting a campaing your suppost to set the cpc to 5 cents and after its all set and running lowering it.. but it still doesnt' work for me even after setting the cpc to 10 cents, i still get no impressions.. Fireboltgirl could you please explain a little more of what you were talking about, splitting testing my ads, got I'm new to PPC.. thank you!
     
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    Ahh right. GOOD: You are right you need to start the price higher...then back it off so you can get the really cheap clicks. Also you are using banners which is better.

    CPC = cost per click. You are using CPM (cost per thousand impressions...more recently marketed as PPV). You have selected the google content network for your campaign or this wouldn't be PPV.

    Split testing refers to running several ads to test which one converts better. Basically you start off with big differences eg one is video....the other is text....the other is an image. Then you take what works best and change it again...eg change the wording in your ad. It is vital that you do this to get the cost of each visitor down and your profits up. Good luck!

    PS. Joel Peterson's email list occassionally plugs something called Keyword Rockstar...you can't download here! Basically it does what you are doing on steroids. Once you get the hang of it and can afford the $$$ then I suggest you check it out.
     
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  6. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Thank you fireboltgirl... so is PPV better then google ppc? I mean I'm just doing CPA offers and using the banners that they have I don't make my own, just so you know where I stand.. and why do you think my ads are not running after raising the cpc to 10 cents? I've email google with that questions still waiting on reply.. any suggestion? like I've mentioned before I've got plenty of keywords, etc... thank you!
     
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    Well in my opinion CPM is better....but the MOST IMPORTANT!!! thing is that you choose one thing and stick with it until you get it. No matter what method you select solve the problems (or attempt to) instead of jumping to another method. In truth they all work when they are applied properly.

    Regardless of what your ebook says, read a few others on PPV/CPM and get informed as much as possible. This will help when problems arise or in decision making.

    No idea why your ads aren't running.....damn, one of those problems. I do know that you will eventually figure out why. Guesses: You didn't set up your campaign to run properly, you are out of credit (unlikely), G has an issue with your site. Usually this happens later on....you are getting traffic, all seems good....then everything stops and just to piss you off more Google won't tell you why.

    For this reason I suggest you start looking at other places to advertise. Kim Roach had a great download (no longer available) that talked about her split test between LeadImpact and another company. LeadImpact came out ahead by a long way. Basically you can bid for url's or keywords. With url's you can target a specific page. Good to look at this LATER, once you are confident with Google.

    Actually just had a thought mabey the ads are running and the volume of keywords is too small....you know you will need around 5000 keywords for CPM to work really well.
     
  8. smolodoys

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    thanks fireboldgirl... like you said I will stick with google ppc since I've started it and will get it to work.. no, i've got plenty of keywords, each of my group has more then 1,500 keywords.. and i've got like 10 ad groups and so far there has been only like 15 impressions total, still don't get it, I've raised my cost per click to 10 cents already and still same oh crap...
     
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    coronakid Newbie

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    are your keywords triggering your ads.....what are your "ad position" reading in your campaign status....i have alot of them that are ranking 4-5's and theyve been dead for a week.
     
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    its says elegiable, I've got two accounts and got like 5 campaigns and same shit on both of them and I can't figure it out why, I've raised my cpc to 10 cents already, and still same o.. I've contacted google and they said that my bid might be low and others are outbidding me when I have like 10 completely different niches and plenty of keywords.. this is so frustrating..
     
  11. justdude

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    Don't believe in myth calles "cheap content traffic", If I'm using it I pay less for content than for search but keywords giving money, aren't dirty cheap. In the past I have similar problems like you. I was surprised why I have a little or no traffic in my niche, when I was bidding $0,25 (at search $1,5). I rised bid to $1 and baaam I got flood of traffic within 48h. My advice give more than 10cents, few times more, and slowly lower it, until you find optimal. Probably 1cent isn't possible in niches you are targeting.
     
  12. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    thanks for advise, but shit, I'm promoting CPA offers and for some of them they dont pay much at all I'll loose money like that, I probably should only promote CPA offers with $30 and $40 dollars.. I mean do you guys still make money by promoting offers that pay around $20 bucks? I'm new to it so I've got no idea, I was considering CPA would that be better? Thanks..
     
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    you need plenty of voucher and multiple accounts, so this decrease your real costs. Or you have to find "selling keywords" I got few keywords that I pay $4-$5 per click becoause I have almost 100% chance that I sell something on it. It's cost me a fortune to find them btw ...