Whats your limit per campaign?

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I mean If this is an email submit, or zip submit, it pays $1.50 per submit
what amount of money would you spend before you drop/delete that campaign.

Does your ratio of money spent to potential payback per action, vary?: or is it always the same

Lets say you are doing PPV
Is the way it works is you set a maximum budget for each campaign?
I am confused how to set a budget for each campaign, and how to stop the campaigns and when
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  • Profile picture of the author AdWorkMedia
    I'm sure some people have an equation they follow by, but personally, I like to make sure that the submit has a decent and steady EPC before I try it out. After that, I give it about 20 - 30 clicks before I move on! Some might call that calling quits too fast, but hey I like to not worry about things!
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    You need to set the spend at $10 a day and wait 2-3 days to see how it is performing. It is important to track the campaign for which you can use Prosper202
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  • Profile picture of the author mtmjohn
    If you do PPV, you need to test at least 50-100 clicks or 2-3x the offer payout for each keyword/url in your campaign, and make sure you use prosper202/bevomedia to track your campaign down to the keyword/url level, delete the keyword/url targets that don't work out (don't convert or lose money).
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonWestwick
      Originally Posted by mtmjohn View Post

      If you do PPV, you need to test at least 50-100 clicks or 2-3x the offer payout for each keyword/url in your campaign, and make sure you use prosper202/bevomedia to track your campaign down to the keyword/url level, delete the keyword/url targets that don't work out (don't convert or lose money).
      Solid advice,

      However, if using paid traffic I would generally stay away from email or zip submits, unless you can get a solid bump in payout, the margin, for me personally, is usually just too small to work with.

      Try working wih an offer of a slightly higher payout, however, this means you will need to have a higher budget to begin with as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jordanberg2311
    probably $200-500 for gaming
    $100 for email

    etc etc
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