A Small Basic Profitable PPV Campaign Revealed

by 19 comments
The offer was BestQuotes.com - New Car Quotes - Pays $8.00 a Lead
The traffic source was Lead Impact
I used a simple landing page
I Picked keywords and URLs around buying cars

Here's the merchants page




Here's the first page of the keywords from Lead Impact that were used




The landing page was made to look very similar to the merchants page, just optimized for the PPV Window size.

The campaign was profitable during December but died off into January.
#ad networks #basic #campaign #ppv #profitable #revealed #small
  • Profile picture of the author mithya
    great to see how simple things can work well. Thanks for sharing this with us, Chris.
    • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
      Very great share...So you said the landing page was made similar to the offer page. Does this mean it was just a simple click to the offer page.

      I have seen similar where the landing page says something like "Attention Ford Visitor" You may be Approved for an Instant Loan Click Here to Apply...
  • Profile picture of the author DavidLasry
    Great share. Thanks Chris!
  • Profile picture of the author petjelly
    Thanks for the share .. Why did the campaign die in January ?
    • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
      Originally Posted by petjelly View Post

      Thanks for the share .. Why did the campaign die in January ?
      The merchant didn't update there homepage and left December holiday deals on there so I believe that may have played a roll
  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Good share, what were the numbers though?
    • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
      Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

      Good share, what were the numbers though?
      Roi ended up being around 20-25%, profit was just over $100 after everything (pausing non-converting targets, etc).

      I'm sure that it could have gotten better if the lp was better optimized and different backend offers were tested
  • Profile picture of the author diizzle
    Nice share Chris

    however 20% ROI is a little low, I look for 50% bare minimum to keep a campaign going
    • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
      Originally Posted by diizzle View Post

      Nice share Chris

      however 20% ROI is a little low, I look for 50% bare minimum to keep a campaign going
      I agree, I'm sure with most testing and optimization this could have gone up, I just didn't take it any further due to the rapid drop of conversions in jan
    • Profile picture of the author PPV Affiliate
      Originally Posted by diizzle View Post

      Nice share Chris

      however 20% ROI is a little low, I look for 50% bare minimum to keep a campaign going
      Whoa...you're missing out on a lot of money then! Some of my biggest net profit campaigns have been around 20-30% ROI. You have to think in terms of volume.
  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    When I start any campaign I look for anything above breakeven. To me that means it has legs. Then after a while if it's a tiny ROI, I drop it and move on. However if after tweaking I can get it up there, I keep it running.

  • Profile picture of the author watsonovedades
    you got 25% of ROI with a $8USD payout offer?
    did you spend $80 and earned $100 is that fair to say?
    how many days did you went along with this particular campaign?
    thanks for sharing

    btw what hoting and tracking app do you use for LP?
    i know for a fact PPV traffic can be fast and a proper hosting and tracking in place is mandatory, any insights?
  • Profile picture of the author Chirag
    Thanks for sharing.

Next Topics on Trending Feed