hi everyone, i was involved with an automated pilot system that involved posting ads on Google AdSense. I spent 2 months advertising and only made $50. But what i found out one day that my minimum bids at 9pm on a Friday were set between $.25 to $1.00 max, i was getting great clicks, impressions and high CTR(Click Through Rate) until 1am the next morning i looked and all my keywords jumped to $12.00 minimum bid. I couldn´t believe it. I contact Google and they gave me the run around. I find it hard to believe that it jumped so much. I think they new i was using a system. I did some digging with some insiders and legal team, that I cannot reveal here but very impressed with Googles Marketing Campaigns and Advertising guidelines that you can actually get around, but i did not bother.
1) has anyone experienced this before? If so, please share
2) Also, i am now involved in another great system that has proven so far very effective, has anyone experienced great results with funding proposals(your profits put back into advertising and marketing)
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I have a question for everyone who is right now finding success in internet marketing. I know that it is a hard road to start being successful in this and that there are a lot of bumps and bruises that you get along the way. A lot of people give up without ever making it far and really growing their businesses, and a lot of people take a long time before they ever make a dollar. Just like any business, it takes a while to learn the ropes and start making your first profits, but once you perfect the systems, things get a lot easier and the checks start rolling in.
I wanted to ask: can you give any advice on overcoming failure? What did you do when you had an idea and it failed or something went wrong and you lost money? How did you cope with that and how did you bounce back? Did you go through a bit of sadness or feeling upset before coming to your senses and getting on with things or did you take longer to get over your first failures before you learned to cope well with them?