Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by Wiidoux, Apr 23, 2015.
i had 30 hops this day but no sales . this is normal ?
Yeah,, 30 is nothing as far as seeing if your campaign is working. Just make sure you are doing a good job preselling those that click your hoplink.
With CB, preselling is real important.
Arent hops clicks?
I just got done with a campaign. 91 thousand hops. Send more to see if your campaign is working.
You need more hops, 30 is nothing
How many hops is enough? 500? I am advertising on facebook but I have only got 80 hops. How can I get lots of hops? I am using a good landing page.
I would say 5-10k hops. If you are using facebook, try and get your CPC down.
I doesn't just depends on number of hops per conversion. It's all in the quality of traffic. When I started with CB, I was like sending 1000s of clicks to my links from PTC and such type of traffic, but no conversion. Then I was nothing in SEO, now at least I can rank somethings and getting conversions.
So, as BTB said preselling and quality of traffic converts, not the number of hops.
It depends on your hop per order form impression as well.
If yoou have 80 hops and 1-2 order forms impression then i would say that traffic is pretty junk.
i got 80 hops, 4 sales, 1refund
how can I lower cpc?
You need a minimum of 2-3k hops before drawing any conclusions on a campaign.
30 is nothing, you need more hops to assess your conversion and traffic.
i have seen days like 200+ hops and no sells, sometimes it just a product that doesnt converts try some other products/offers.
Getting to 3k hops with just PPC is going to be costly. Try some good old fashioned blog commenting and other old skool tricks to generate backlinks. You want to start ranking your page. That's what I'm focusing on. It will take some time though, but worth it in the end.
39 hops are nothing.. Sometimes I got 300 hops with no sale..
From Mike Geary....
Basically, when it comes to PPC campaigns, you gotta test, test and test again.
Like I said, 2-3k clicks is required to get any real understanding of whether something is profitable or not.
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