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PPC Bully VS PPC Ninja .. Which one is better ??

Discussion in 'CPA' started by jujubee3422, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. jujubee3422

    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    Ok... I wanted to get an opinion from the forum about ppc bully and ppc ninja.I am getting into CPA very soon and I am trying to set everything up as well as do research.

    I will be going White hat.. and I have a good amount of money to spend
    ( $2k ) on PPC for cpa offers.....

    Any opinions ?
     
  2. jujubee3422

    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    And also how advanced is the material in both or are they just good noob guides..........
     
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    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    Is this in the wrong section ??
     
  4. gulp86

    gulp86 Junior Member

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    Heres an idea.
    Why not studying both?
     
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    abar_sheytan Newbie

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    yea try to do both.. that'd be the best. also try to find ppc formula 2 i heard it's pretty thorough
     
  6. clitorisfactory

    clitorisfactory Junior Member

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    instead of ppc bully study ppc formula 2 til you drop its free here so you have money left for ppc campagne,s
     
  7. jujubee3422

    jujubee3422 Power Member

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    lol yes I know i know.. just a little short on time....

    and yea I downloaded..... PPC formula 2.0 already.. but I dont think PPC formula had the AD words competition.... app.... that PPC bully has.
     
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    PPC Bully won't help you learn PPC to CPA at all, it's just a tool to spy on others campaigns...

    The only 2 decent courses are PPCF 2.0 and PPC Ninja, so take your pick, learn the ropes and DO SOMETHING!

    PPC Bully really isn't worth the money IMO, sure, it may be great to get some ideas, but you can't just copy a campaign and expect to be profitable, there are so many other factors involved...
     
  9. zorba

    zorba Newbie

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    PPC Bully is a tool, not a training course -- the material in their "VIP Section" wasn't anything you can't find on blogs and WF. If you want a course, PPC Bully isn't going to help.

    Which isn't to say it's not a good tool. I elected not to keep my membership, but neither do I think it's a rip-off -- however, as a newbie I think the $1500 cost of PPCB2 would be better spent on actually testing campaigns and buying ads. PPC Bully tells you what other people are running, but a.) sometimes the most profitable stuff is the things other people haven't thought of, b.) sometimes other people are idiots and the fact that something's been running for months doesn't mean it's profitable, c.) sometimes long-term ads are for building brand, so just because it's profitable for a company to advertise direct doesn't mean it'll work as an affiliate, and d.) the playing field isn't equal -- an ad that's profitable for a superaffiliate with years of history and 10/10 quality scores doesn't mean it'll be profitable for you.

    The result of all this is that PPC Bully suggests keywords & ads, but you still have to buy ads and test -- it doesn't give you money without work. And since you still have to buy ads and test, I'd rather spend my money on buying ads and testing.
     
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    2k, is NOT a good amount of money to have to spend on ppc, especially if your going whitehat. It might take u 2k just to get profitable, and at that point what are you going to do pause the campaign because u can't afford to keep running it?

    I recommend you try to start VERY small and try to eek your way into some affordable markets, becareful and try to make that 2k stretch...

    Good Luck...
     
  11. gamingneeds

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    Find a trial run of PPC Bully (they ARE out there, you just need to look in the right places). That will give you 2 months or so of testing it out. PPC Ninja is training, and it is crap from what I've heard. Pay Per Click Formula 2.0 is cool and will teach you a lot.

    $2,000 will definitely get you started (regardless of what others are saying), you just need to spend it wisely. Use the 3x rule and it will last a long time and by that point you should have some profitable campaigns running which will be putting that $2k in your pocket to reinvest. If you need any help along the way, just ask.

    -gamingneeds
     
  12. dudemike

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    definitely you need to try both