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I need someone to critique my CJ methods

Discussion in 'Commission Junction' started by Vergo Igo Ti, Sep 7, 2011.

  1. Vergo Igo Ti

    Vergo Igo Ti Registered Member

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    So, right now, I'm not doing too well with CJ

    I'm focusing on electronics companies for now.

    I have a twitter account (which just got suspended, duno why yet)

    and I have an FB page

    I use theses two pages to promote coupon deals, discounts on electronics...etc.

    I get pretty much... no traffic from them.

    I also try and buy ad-space, so for instance I've got some ads running on, like 7 different sites.


    so far, on all those sites, I've got 70 clicks for 87,988 impressions.

    I usually buy the flat rate 30-day ads.


    In 3 months I've only made one sale on NewEgg (I think that one came from twitter).


    Could someone give me some tips?
     
  2. SEORocks

    SEORocks Junior Member

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    I don't use FaceBook or Twitter for promoting links. some do, but in my opinion they are for social use.

    Now FaceBook ads is different story.

    What are you sending them too?

    What are you promoting?

    What does the ad say?

    These are all things that can directly impact your clicks and conversions.

    Without knowing these, I cannot give you advise.

    If you would like to give me those items I would be glad to help. If you don't want the information public, PM me.
     
  3. Brolic Scholar

    Brolic Scholar Newbie

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    Electronics is kind of hard to make money off now days. But what you can do is focus on a certain niche in electrnics such as 3d smart tv's or laptops. College kids love laptops,software deals on facebook.

    So just narrow it down to a certain product