Teespring PPE ads with 12.2 CTR, 0.05 PPE cost but low ROI, should I invest?

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  1. Adamnguyen

    Adamnguyen Newbie

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm currently running a PPE ads for my teespring campaign.
    The ads has pretty nice stat, 12.2 CTR, 0.05 PPE cost, people show their interest on the shirt. I spent $35 and got only 1 sale. The design is good, I don't know why I didn't get more sale.
    The ads already run for 2 days, is this campaign considered to be good/potential and I should keep investing on it?

    I'm a forum stalker and read the posts most of the time but now I start acting :). Hope someone can give me advice :)

    Sincerely thank you!
    Adam
     
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  2. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    0.14 conv Rate? that's pretty low...are you sure you are targeting the right audience? age , sex, etc
     
  3. Adamnguyen

    Adamnguyen Newbie

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    I'm not 100% sure but I did some research on the audience and target with audience intersect so my audience after refined is about 63k.
    My campaign is about a TV series, my target audiences are woman who are interested in the series and a character in that show.
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Try running it for one more day.

    When I promote teepsring on FB ads, a lot of my sales come 1-2 days before it ends.
     
  5. Adamnguyen

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    I appreciate your reply Paper Boy, I will give this campaign more time. Hope I will learn something when this fails or cusccess :)