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Unread 28th November 2010, 05:12 PM   #101
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Thanks Cindy,

Sure, I agree you can test a campaign with $10-$20, but what I'm getting at is you cannot guarantee someone will easily make their money back, or even profit after one campaign. It COULD theoretically happen, but most likely not.

If you were to say you could test campaigns for $10-$20 (each) until you find a winner, well then that may be more possible. The fact is that some people may find a winner after a few, and for others it will take 50 campaigns, or possibly more. And guaranteed 95% will quit before they find one.

To think you can go into media buying having $20 ( or even $100 ) to your name and come out a millionaire is a little bit un-realistic, that's all.




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About the beginning price, you can start out doing a campaign for a few bucks - when I start out testing something, I will start out with something around $10-$20. If you want to try a few at the same time to make the process a bit faster (different sites/ads etc) then you can increase the outlay - but I really would recommend against placing down $100-$200 etc on a site without doing a smaller test first.
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Thanks Cindy,

Sure, I agree you can test a campaign with $10-$20, but what I'm getting at is you cannot guarantee someone will easily make their money back, or even profit after one campaign. It COULD theoretically happen, but most likely not.

If you were to say you could test campaigns for $10-$20 (each) until you find a winner, well then that may be more possible. The fact is that some people may find a winner after a few, and for others it will take 50 campaigns, or possibly more. And guaranteed 95% will quit before they find one.

To think you can go into media buying having $20 ( or even $100 ) to your name and come out a millionaire is a little bit un-realistic, that's all.
Hey Jeffrey,

Have you gotten through the course yet? If you are applying the strategies that we set out, the risk is minimal - of course, nothing is guaranteed, but it isn't heaps risky. Of course nobody thinks that you can invest $20 and come out a millionaire - well, I hope nobody does, 'cause that would be stupid! The plan here is to start small, then reinvest what you earn into doing larger media buys, and so on, and so on - until you are getting your target amount from it.

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Hey Bill,

I think the re-bill just happens when you sign up for some of the other upsells. As far as I can see, the product itself is a one-time fee.
Good man Jeff. Haven't been back to Click b for a bit, will have to check it out.
Originally I was at the 1 buck trial offer, could not upload the vids so went back in and did the bite at 70 bucks, had my Vids.

Checked out the Click Bank receipt and spotted the fee as recurring.

Let you know how I look when I get over there, the last time, Click Bank wouldn't accept the receipt number.

Good Luck
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Cindy,

Much appreciate you dropping in to lend a hand.
My initial questions to support were addressed purdy darn good.

The guy doing the demos knows what he is talking about. Sounds like he has prospered well [he does mention us] in the Media Buy field. My detective ears has him in Pittsburgh.

I await funds to run a few. My progress will be added here now and then.

I've visited your Traffic site, good stuff Cindy.

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Hi Cindy,

Yes, I've gone through it a couple times, and it is great! However, I would still not bank on the fact of someone taking their last $100, doing media buys, and expecting to come out successful. It's possible, but still highly unlikely. There are too many variables involved.

As far as actually doing them when you have graduated from doing Facebook, MTM is a very well laid-out strategy.


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Have you gotten through the course yet? If you are applying the strategies that we set out, the risk is minimal - of course, nothing is guaranteed, but it isn't heaps risky. Of course nobody thinks that you can invest $20 and come out a millionaire - well, I hope nobody does, 'cause that would be stupid! The plan here is to start small, then reinvest what you earn into doing larger media buys, and so on, and so on - until you are getting your target amount from it.

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Followed the instructions for MTM word for word but have yet to find a successful campaign. Gotten a lot of responsive ads as far as clicks versus impressions but as of yet, none have converted. Let me preface this by saying, thus far I have only spent about 170 bucks and that was just for PPC testing for the niches after doing research with Quantcast etc as stated in the videos. I haven't even done any media buying yet. How long do you test before you move on? There have been a couple of ads that have been really responsive with clicks, but I just feel like if I keep running the ad eventually there will be a conversion. I have my nephew who is my partner in this and he is an accountant. He's not budging with anything until we convert something. I invested $200.00 of my own money and we are almost out just with testing. I was thinking perhaps hitting it now from a different angle with article marketing since the cash is getting low. My nephew does have a credit card, but he's not offering it up until there is a winning campaign so he's not willing to use his cash without some reassurances and that's totally understandable.

Any suggestions? How much money is the average person spending for testing and how long is it taking them to find a winning campaign? I'm not giving up, I believe it is possible, I just need to know when we should cut losses. I am willing to work extra to get the cash, I just need to know how much is needed but I want to keep working while I'm building the cash back up with the articles so we can keep moving.

We've been at this since the beginning of the last week of October.
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Followed the instructions for MTM word for word but have yet to find a successful campaign. Gotten a lot of responsive ads as far as clicks versus impressions but as of yet, none have converted. Let me preface this by saying, thus far I have only spent about 170 bucks and that was just for PPC testing for the niches after doing research with Quantcast etc as stated in the videos.
Hi Thanks first of all for checking it out and giving things a go. You mention PPC, we can't really help you with that sorry. If you have some statistics - like, what the campaign was, where the ad was placed, what the impressions and click throughs were etc, then we can look at it and give you some pointers.

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First of all, understand that this is not going to be cheap to test. From what I've learned, this is really the best strategy.

#1 Test your LPs on CPV until you narrow down a definite winner.

#2 Test your headlines and copy on PPC ( Adwords or Yahoo/MSN ) until you find the best combination.

#3 Test pictures or image ads on Facebook or Google Display Network and find the best photo.

#4 Spy on ads on websites like weather.com or cnbc.com, etc.

#5 Combine all these and integrate into banner form. Now try to find "high traffic" independent websites that match your best demographics. Offer small trial buy ( $10 or $20 for 7 days ). See how it does.

#6 If it makes you money, try to negotiate a longer time period for the best price you can get.



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Any suggestions? How much money is the average person spending for testing and how long is it taking them to find a winning campaign? I'm not giving up, I believe it is possible, I just need to know when we should cut losses. I am willing to work extra to get the cash, I just need to know how much is needed but I want to keep working while I'm building the cash back up with the articles so we can keep moving.

We've been at this since the beginning of the last week of October.
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First of all, understand that this is not going to be cheap to test. From what I've learned, this is really the best strategy.

#1 Test your LPs on CPV until you narrow down a definite winner.

#2 Test your headlines and copy on PPC ( Adwords or Yahoo/MSN ) until you find the best combination.

#3 Test pictures or image ads on Facebook or Google Display Network and find the best photo.

#4 Spy on ads on websites like weather.com or cnbc.com, etc.

#5 Combine all these and integrate into banner form. Now try to find "high traffic" independent websites that match your best demographics. Offer small trial buy ( $10 or $20 for 7 days ). See how it does.

#6 If it makes you money, try to negotiate a longer time period for the best price you can get.
Yup, that is one strategy. That is a little more labour intensive than what a few of the other things we teach in MTM are though - but it should work
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he's not willing to use his cash without some reassurances and that's totally understandable.

Any suggestions? How much money is the average person spending for testing and how long is it taking them to find a winning campaign? I'm not giving up, I believe it is possible, I just need to know when we should cut losses. I am willing to work extra to get the cash, I just need to know how much is needed but I want to keep working while I'm building the cash back up with the articles so we can keep moving.

We've been at this since the beginning of the last week of October.
Thank you for that. Good to hear from the media melt down trenches.
Those are very reasonable questions posed and I too wait for a response with regards to that.
Not knowing how many Melt-Downs were purchased and who actually implemented it and has begun to see some success makes it hard to guess on averages. Only the owners are privy to those stats.

But surely there is say a 100 folk trying this out, by now testimonials both good, neutral and bad exist through support feedback.

Has anybody going the cheapest route possible had a chance to scale up? Were they successful with just 50 bucks, to use a figure slightly higher than the ten or twenty we have heard,
How about those that spent 200, 0r 300 or even 5 ?

The partnership, creators of Media Melt Down, how did they achieve positive large returns, do they still play in the media buy realm? I see they have created many other biz models offered for purchase.

Perhaps they, or him or her had a 5,000 dollars cushion to allow large losses before cracking the code.
Is the gentleman doing the tutorials affiliated with the owners of Media Melt Down, or hired by them because of his and partners success in the field of Media Buys. He was not reading from prepared scripts.

Hopefully '' seriousmny'' will tell us more of her journey/stats, those Cindy has asked about to help all of us out who look for realistic approaches without losing the only funds we have.
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Jeff your latest input may prove invaluable for some of us.
Agreed testing is the key, and yes it will eat up money.

I am a firm believer that good timing and just a helpful touch of luck plays a big part for those that hang in[mentally, financially] to gain a toe-hold climbing up through the vast treacherous mountains of the super competitive world of internet advertising.

Thanks again...
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Thanks Bill. This is precisely what I'm talking about. It may even have been more, who knows?

I don't believe there is any "code" to crack. It's more of just weeding out the hundreds of things that DON'T work, and finding those that DO work. Either way it's not going to be simple or cheap work based off a few calculations.

Just like anything, when something is working it ends up paying off. This just has the potential to pay off ENORMOUSLY.
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Agreed Jeff, " cracking code" poor choice of phrase.

Trying to encapsulate thoughts to describe how to make it to that comfortable place where one has lost and learned and through those losses has established a winning financial ROI with Media Buys, enough to move forward with confidence to multiple campaigns.
How many fiery motivated people with hard study and work ethic are extinguished simply because their money fuel has been all but expended.

Let some of us get through and wave back from the other side!
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Well I got an e-mail link to buy this for $10 so I'm gonna give it a go.
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$10? from where?
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We must be on one of the same mailing lists! I got an email last night about it - also for $10.
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Funny how we all got the email and ended up here.

Most of the screen shots show 2010 for the year. I was wondering if it is all outdated now.
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Hello!

It looks promising and all but you could at least research about it more and try knowing if it has a free trial period so you can see if it's worth it. You can also try researching for testimonies if it's really effective and look for reviews if your not yet sure.

Best of Luck!
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Is this product still worth getting?
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