What are the best figures to decide if your cpa campaign is going to be profortable.

by wasa1
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I placed a campaign on a cpa network set a $10 a day limit, with in the first 8 hours, I had 1314 impressions, 82 clicks with a 6.15 CTR, I spent $2.80 on this and had 6 transactions, the conversion rate is 3.73% with an EPC of 0.064. What are you thoughts on the statistics presented.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    That's really not enough data to be able to determine anything.. you need to let that run for a few days to get enough data before you can start to make any judgments on the campaign
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  • Profile picture of the author CPABeyondNetwork
    Just like Chris said, you need more data to determine if your campaign will be profitable. Have you set up the tracker?


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    • Profile picture of the author wasa1
      Originally Posted by CPABeyondNetwork View Post

      Just like Chris said, you need more data to determine if your campaign will be profitable. Have you set up the tracker?


      Best regards,

      CPA Beyond

      Unfortunately I did not setup any tracker, can you give me more info on what and how the tracker can be helpful.
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  • Profile picture of the author SlfMastery
    Originally Posted by wasa1 View Post

    I placed a campaign on a cpa network set a $10 a day limit, with in the first 8 hours, I had 1314 impressions, 82 clicks with a 6.15 CTR, I spent $2.80 on this and had 6 transactions, the conversion rate is 3.73% with an EPC of 0.064. What are you thoughts on the statistics presented.
    Of course, the more data the better but 100 clicks is good enough to get a feel whether or not you should continue or kill. The important numbers are CPC and EPC. If EPC is more, keep running it!

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    • Profile picture of the author wasa1
      Originally Posted by SlfMastery View Post

      Of course, the more data the better but 100 clicks is good enough to get a feel whether or not you should continue or kill. The important numbers are CPC and EPC. If EPC is more, keep running it!

      Charlie


      Just to update you I have an average of CPC $0.035 and an Average of EPC $0.061 I am running it for 7 days as EPC is higher. How long should I run it to get accurate results.
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  • Profile picture of the author CPABeyondNetwork
    With tracker you can see every detail of your campaign and then determine which one performs best, for example you place in tracker 6 LPs and out of those 6 you can pick best performing one with the details from tracking software. This is essential tool to see all the data you need.

    Google about voolum, its free upto 100.000 clicks, and on Charlesngo.com you will find some tutorials how to set it up.


    Best regards,

    CPA Beyond
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    • Profile picture of the author wasa1
      Originally Posted by CPABeyondNetwork View Post

      With tracker you can see every detail of your campaign and then determine which one performs best, for example you place in tracker 6 LPs and out of those 6 you can pick best performing one with the details from tracking software. This is essential tool to see all the data you need.

      Google about voolum, its free upto 100.000 clicks, and on Charlesngo.com you will find some tutorials how to set it up.


      Best regards,

      CPA Beyond

      Thank you so much for your detailed post.
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  • Profile picture of the author wasa1
    Ok... Just thought I would update you with the new stats. I have been running this campaign for 14 days now, I have 1,855 paid clicks of that the actual clicks persented are 1,528, with a CTR of 7.60% and an average of 0.039 CPC, I have an average of 3.8% conversion rate and an average EPC of 0.065. Hoping these stats will present more indepth into this campaign and offer not just me, but anyone following this feed with more incite into how to read the stats presented. It was interesting to note the paid clicks too actual clicks were so far apart. I can see it is profitable but, with this data, how does one decide if this is worth up-scaling, as they say a profit is a profit right.
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