Is this an optimal budget for native ads?

EmilioGC

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Hey guys, I've been looking into cpa + paid advertising for a while now and I'm ready to launch a campaign, I decided to go for native ads.

I've read a ton and a lot of people recommend a budget of something along the lines of $3,000-$5,000 while others say that you shouldn't touch native unless you have $10k+. I currently have a budget of $3.5k, as well as $600-$700 extra per month. My budget should total ~$6.5k by the end of the year.

I have a pretty clear strategy, which is basically just copying campaigns and then innovating on them, like changing the angle of the offer, split-testing multiple lps, slightly changing the ad copy, etc. I will only do tier 2 geos at the beginning.

I intend to use these resources to get started:
  • One month of Adplexity (spying tool, $169 for one month)
  • VPS hosting
  • Adsbridge (tracking tool, $89/month)
  • MGID or Revcontent for the traffic
  • CPA network: adCombo
All advice is greatly appreciated,
cheers!
 
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jeffro89

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Sounds like a good start, do it. I would if i had that cash, but id go for CPA+FB+PPV.
With $3.5k you could get somewhere for sure with CPA+FB+PPV, but that is only because i know that side of the game.
If you've been studying Native consistently for a while just do it. More stable than FB, just costs so damn much to find the most profitable placements. $5k would have been a safer bet, but it all depends on your skill set. Ive seen guys go green with just a $500 budget and i know guys who are still in negative ROI after spending like $7k. Good luck finding those hidden placements Adplexity should speed things up but dont rely on it too much. PEACE
 

TrustChett99

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What offers do you intend to promote?

I heard MGID kills it for dating/diet offers
 
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