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Making profit but not much yet..

Discussion in 'Pay Per View' started by kivaari, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. kivaari

    kivaari Registered Member

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    Yes, I introduced my self to PPV world, its seems it's successful for me!
    One week have passed and I have earned about $30 and spend $10.
    I have tried offers and bidding very carefully and it's seems to be the key to my early success. Now I have just to spend more money to make more money.
    (eg 10x$10 , $100 = $300, pretty good ROI eh..)

    Should I make lots of small campaigns that earn me $3-5 per day? Like now I have one campaign which earns me $3-6 day... so just make more of them but different niches and offers, sounds like it would take a lot of time.

    BTW, Damn this forum is quiet
     
  2. blackmagic_80

    blackmagic_80 Registered Member

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    Scaling doesnt always mean diversifying. If you are spending $10/day on one offer you can always spend $100 and see if your revenues multiply or not. You need to ask yourself

    1. How much traffic are u presently getting for those offers? Could u get more?? If they do get more , would they convert better/worse?
    2. Will you be able to manage the multiple campaigns you set up? The more campaigns you create the more you will need to monitor.

    All said and done, its really good you have turned a profit with this low investment. I am sure if you want there are many people on bhw who wouldnt mind investing in your methods as long as you can churn them profits.
     
  3. googlecash

    googlecash Junior Member

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    This month I spent $1500 ,but only came back $1000 .:(
     
  4. blackmagic_80

    blackmagic_80 Registered Member

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    That is what happens mostly. You have to keep track of whether your campaigns are in positive or negative ROI.

    Example :

    Suppose the payout = $50
    PPV cost : $0.5/view
    Then if you are not converting within the first 100 views then the ROI will be negative. I do agree $50 might not be fair for testing but definitely if you reach 200 views without a lead then that campaign is not worth it.

    If this was your first month, then getting 1000 out of 1500 was pretty good. It requires patience and money to get into the positive terrain.

    All the best!
     
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