How much $ to get started with PPV ?

Profile picture of the author lirikh by lirikh Posted: 07/21/2013
Hello,

I am interested in promoting my CPA offers with PPV traffic, so I was wondering how much money should I need to spend to start seeing profitable PPV campaigns.

Here is what I have come up so far:

Domain name - $10 / year
VPS - $50 / month
Tracking Software - Free (P202)
Leadimpact min. Deposit - $200

I figured if I stick with 3-4x the payout of my campaigns, and if I choose lead-based offers ($5 avg. payout), I would be able to run approximately 10 campaigns.

Is 10 campaigns enough to start seeing some ROI?

Any feedback on this topic will be appreciated. Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Greedy
    I would be able to run approximately 10 campaigns.
    Just 1 campaign and test 10 URLs/keywords for it.

    You may not be successful when you are done, but you'll have a lot of data to build off of.

    It is pretty unlikely you'll be success with your first $200. But you might be really talented.
  • Profile picture of the author Jetmir
    Jetmir
    I'd suggest you to have at least $1000 and expect it to be spent all on testing before you see some good ROI.

    All the bests on your new decision.
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by lirikh View Post

    Hello,

    I am interested in promoting my CPA offers with PPV traffic, so I was wondering how much money should I need to spend to start seeing profitable PPV campaigns.

    Here is what I have come up so far:

    Domain name - $10 / year
    VPS - $50 / month
    Tracking Software - Free (P202)
    Leadimpact min. Deposit - $200

    I figured if I stick with 3-4x the payout of my campaigns, and if I choose lead-based offers ($5 avg. payout), I would be able to run approximately 10 campaigns.

    Is 10 campaigns enough to start seeing some ROI?

    Any feedback on this topic will be appreciated. Thank you
    I'd say most people do not see profit with the initial deposit, often it's more along the lines around $500-1000 spend prior to seeing profit. But keep in mind this is different for everyone.
  • Profile picture of the author zeroaffiliate
    zeroaffiliate
    I will say set a budget test with it. if it doesn't works, move on to the next offer.
  • Profile picture of the author costi
    costi
    If you are lucky enough to find an offer that is converting well and you optimize it very quickly you can get profit even from the first $200 investment, but consider that there are a lot of promoters that are spending thousands of dollars per day, they can "kill" your landing.

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