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How can I get more impressions?

Discussion in 'General PPC Discussion' started by nisdee, Mar 3, 2017.

  1. nisdee

    nisdee Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I started using 7search to test some cpa offers and it actually converts very well, but I can't seem to get a lot of traffic

    Let's take one of the keywords, I bid 0.06$ and I'm on #1 in search results, but over 7 days I got only 200 impressions and 17 clicks, clicktorugh rate is really great I think for search ppc (correct me if I'm wrong) and I got 15% conv. rate out of these 17 clicks which is pretty profitabile

    This keyword is popular, but I do not get a lot of impressions even tho I bid on #1, I contacted the network, and they said to upper my bid even tho I'm #1, because more publishers will choose my ad if I bid more, so I went to 0.15$ (still keeps me in good profit) which is over network suggestion, but still no imprevement in impressions

    So do you have any suggestions? I know a lot of people will say to stay away from 7search, bot traffic and stuff, but so far I can confirm that all traffic I'm gettign is legit and converts, but they volume is reeeeealy low...

    Open for everthing you might want to say to me :)
     
  2. nisdee

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    Up and up you go
     
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    Alessia Smith Newbie

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    Each time your ad appears on Search or Display network it will count as an impression.

    To bring good numbers of impressions your ad needs to be relevant and must have high performing keywords.

    When a total number of impressions received is divided by the estimated numbers of impressions your ad is eligible to, you get a measure of impression share.

    Impression share is a dependent variable, which is dependent on your current ads’ targeting settings, approval statuses, bids, and Quality Score.