Therefore, I had 2 campaigns in Facebook with 10 ads each, all with the same title and body text. Here’s the data from one campaign: As you can see, the data was pretty interesting here.
Two observations can be made: : Just because something is getting a lot of clicks, it doesn’t mean it will convert.
Actually less effort than I thought it would be, based on my own results, but effort nonetheless.
I have not done enough advertising with Google at all to dismiss it entirely as a network, but here’s what happened in my first day: Now, I was promoting two different things, but I woke up to a Facebook ad spend of less than and I could instantly see results, while Google had took from my account (my daily budget) while I slept and I didn’t have anything to show for it.
It makes sense that it would be cheaper to advertise within Facebook than try to send people elsewhere outside of the network.
I thought he was and should really be learning the basics first as he had never even built a website before.
But they are going to tell you they’re in a certain niche, using a certain angle, and they’re profiting XXX per day.
You’ll get pushed in the right direction, but you are expected to put in some effort.
What’s different about this forum is that people are making serious bank, and actually getting into a lot of detail about how they’re actually generating crazy incomes. I know I’m going to continue with my membership as well, purely because PPC campaigns are fair easier to duplicate than a profitable blog or SEO campaign.
You just find the offer, get a traffic source, and test test test.