7Search + Dating Offers

Profile picture of the author arranrice by arranrice Posted: 02/04/2013
Hello,
I have around $65 in my 7search account, with this I plan to test campaigns for the peerfly offer MatchMaker.com (6558).

I'm not too sure how to test campaigns and get them profitable for that dating offer.

This is what I want to do:
Spent 1x the offer payout on each campaign to see if its profitable.
Maybe make a landing page... but I'm not sure how.

My skype is- arranrice
#7search #dating #offers

  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    arranrice
    Anyone?...
  • Profile picture of the author Michael71
    Michael71
    I can only help with building landing pages
  • Profile picture of the author aaheroe
    aaheroe
  • Profile picture of the author the_icon
    the_icon
    Personally I wouldnt use 7S for dating niche.

    The quality of traffic is poor and you have to go through a bit of work to weed out the bad source traffic. I find the best offers for 7S are email submits, something that is easy to complete and less hassle for the visitor.
  • Profile picture of the author zpoll92
    zpoll92
    In my opinion 7Search is not so good for Dating Campaigns (at least I've experienced this fact), I'd suggest you to try to run some Email Submit Campaigns with that money.

    However if you stick to Dating, than you need to create a great looking Landing Page. After that, try to aim some Long Tail Keywords and try to optimize them, which one works the best.
  • Profile picture of the author 7SearchBrad
    7SearchBrad
    Hi Arranrice, I've sent you a connection request on Skype. We can go from there.
  • Profile picture of the author arranrice
    arranrice
    Originally Posted by 7SearchBrad View Post
    Hi Arranrice, I've sent you a connection request on Skype. We can go from there.
    Thanks, I've accepted the request.
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    ChrisBa
    I haven't had much luck with dating on 7search, just make sure you track everything and weed out the non converting keywords and ids
  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Greedy
    Like Chris said make sure you weed out everything.

    Also I agree with the others in, I haven't had much luck with dating!
  • Profile picture of the author fnoperi1
    fnoperi1
    7search I couldn't get a single conversion on a dating offer. 7search i had success with submits & dating offers it was only pof i got conversions.
  • Profile picture of the author morg2k2
    morg2k2
    Well yesterday i have tried a ppc campaign with 7 search , only picked highly targeted keywords and got 17000 impressions with 70 clicks without conversions so i believe this niche is not the right one to use with 7search. I have tried 3x the payout.
    Facebook probably is best i think.
  • Profile picture of the author daledupree
    daledupree
    i have no idea where 7s gets it's traffic from but i had over 500 email signups, but no sales on a product that converted in the 25% range from other sources. But i was mot in the dating niche.
  • Profile picture of the author bit twiddler
    bit twiddler
    I saw a Gauher Chaudhry vid last fall where he set up campaigns on several 2nd tier search engines, including 7Search. 7S was the first of 4 or 5 he did. Each campaign was done in the Health & Fitness niche. After launching each campaign, he lost on days 1 thru 4, but was trying different times with DayParting and eliminating poor producing traffic over those days using Partner Blocking. Day 5 profited a bit. Day 6 was 45% ROI and he scaled it big for Day 7 and his week overall was at 80% ROI. Imagine what he did the next 7 Days once he finished a week of "buying data"!

    7S has been around since 1999, they are doing something right. You just need to learn what works and get good at it. 7Search is a second tier Search Engine, and does have garbage traffic, as do all 2nd tier engines. The key is to spend a little bit of money and several days figuring out the winning ads, the winning LP's, the right keywords, the right times of day, and the partners you need to block.

    As Gauher demonstrated with several second tiers, you have to learn the source, eliminate the losers and scale up the winners.

    Edit: I have just started with 7S, talk ton Brad. He'll help you get going.
  • Profile picture of the author Murphysmurfy
    Murphysmurfy
    $65 won't get you anywhere....

    Save up at least 1000$ before you start, and be prepared to lose it before you make a penny.
  • Profile picture of the author PhantomPhinale
    PhantomPhinale
    Originally Posted by Murphysmurfy View Post
    $65 won't get you anywhere....

    Save up at least 1000$ before you start, and be prepared to lose it before you make a penny.

    You should apply for motivational speaker.
  • Profile picture of the author MTVida
    MTVida
    Originally Posted by Murphysmurfy View Post
    $65 won't get you anywhere....

    Save up at least 1000$ before you start, and be prepared to lose it before you make a penny.
    $65 may be a little low to start on 7 Search, but a few hundred should be plenty to find some profitable campaigns. That's why I typically recommend 7 Search to people just starting in CPA. It's a good place to get started with a relatively small budget.
  • Profile picture of the author CashAdsMike
    CashAdsMike
    That's definitely the truth, $65 really won't get you too far, although just as stated a few hundred should be sufficient. Although 7search might not be the best for the dating niche but if you do infact still want to try it, track everything and just as mentioned weed out any keywords that are just costing you money without earning you any. Good luck!
  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Greedy
    yeah, you are going to need to save a nice budget are be ready to lose it all.
  • Profile picture of the author Kayster13
    Kayster13
    You are not the only one having challenges with 7search.
  • Profile picture of the author Al amin
    Al amin
    Originally Posted by Murphysmurfy View Post
    $65 won't get you anywhere....

    Save up at least 1000$ before you start, and be prepared to lose it before you make a penny.
    Is easy to say but hard to lose $1000.

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