Which best way to decide stop the offer?

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Hi guy

I'm newbie, I'm trying to run some Maxbounty dating offers via facebook ads, I got over 40 click but no convert, Should I stop that offer?. I dont know the best way to test a offer with facebook traffic. Stop when get 30-40 click with no convert? Or what?
Also Can anyone let me know which offers at Maxbounty and Neverblue worked with facebook traffic?
Thank you very much
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  • Profile picture of the author AS3K
    From my experience if there's no conversion, you should spent 1x/1.2x/1.5x the offer's payout.
    I heard gaming offers works great with facebook ads, you should study your demographic very well and of course optimize ( prepare yourself to lose money while doing so )
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  • Profile picture of the author Rozanne
    Before even selecting an offers always make sure that you have a word with your affiliate manager in regards to what CPA offers are working well these days. I guess it also depends on the season you are in. But, sometimes you can just log into your dashboard and check for offers with higher EPC's. Another good way to find converting offers is by looking at Google trends and then finding similar offers that match the trending topics.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by mrseven171 View Post

    Hi guy

    I'm newbie, I'm trying to run some Maxbounty dating offers via facebook ads, I got over 40 click but no convert, Should I stop that offer?. I dont know the best way to test a offer with facebook traffic. Stop when get 30-40 click with no convert? Or what?
    Also Can anyone let me know which offers at Maxbounty and Neverblue worked with facebook traffic?
    Thank you very much
    How much did the clicks cost you? How many different ads and variables are you testing? What does the offer pay?

    Sorry we will need more info to help..
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  • Profile picture of the author CPAleadPeter
    Originally Posted by mrseven171 View Post

    Hi guy

    I'm newbie, I'm trying to run some Maxbounty dating offers via facebook ads, I got over 40 click but no convert, Should I stop that offer?. I dont know the best way to test a offer with facebook traffic. Stop when get 30-40 click with no convert? Or what?
    Also Can anyone let me know which offers at Maxbounty and Neverblue worked with facebook traffic?
    Thank you very much

    Basics Guide On Testing an Offer

    I can provide you with some perspective coming from a network and having worked on algorithms for determining profitability.

    If you're buying traffic, there's a straight forward way to do things. If not, you can apply some similar principles to achieve a good result.

    Let's assume you know what your costs are. Let's say that on average, you determine that each click costs $0.20 (if not, let's assume that you value your clicks at $0.20 each)

    What you want to do is look at the payout of the offer and from there determine how many clicks you are able to dedicate to getting 1 lead, on average, for it to be worthwhile. This is known as your earnings per click.

    A higher paying offer will require more clicks to test and a lower paying offer will require less clicks to test. If you end up seeing that you're not getting as much as you pay for clicks (or what you value them at) then its a negative return aka you're losing by running that offer. If you get more, then you have a positive ROI.


    Examples, if your offer pays $10.00 per conversion and each click has a value of $0.10 to you, then you need 1 conversion every 100 clicks. So you could test up to 100 clicks to see if it backs out (at minimum).

    This should give you a good baseline for testing any offer. I always assume someone has done their research and the offer is well targeted, landing page looks good etc so I suggest going a bit over and allocating about 5-15% more clicks than "necessary" to test an offer since there is a bit of chance in that initial sample (it should average out over time though).

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