Put in DAYS of work... and CPA offer gets pulled?

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I'm about to invest some serious time doing keyword research for a specific CPA offer.

One thing I'm worried about is that the offer gets pulled, meaning the work I've done so far amounts to nothing.

Offers get pulled all the time - what's the best solution for this?
#cpa #days #offer #pulled #put #work
  • Profile picture of the author Mahmoud Selman
    Hi YonghoShin,

    This is happen most of the time when the advertiser gets your winner keywords. Best way is to hide them with your tracking system. Always have the Cloaking on and it will pass only a number instead of the keyword itself.

    Don't let such things get you down. If you make 1 winner campaign, then you can make 100 other winners.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by YonghoShin View Post

    I'm about to invest some serious time doing keyword research for a specific CPA offer.

    One thing I'm worried about is that the offer gets pulled, meaning the work I've done so far amounts to nothing.

    Offers get pulled all the time - what's the best solution for this?
    This is why you target niches or products and not specific product names.. that way you can just swap another offer in..

    But really you shouldn't worry about things you cannot control, in any business things can happen beyond your control, if you use that as a reason for not doing the work - you will never be successful. You need to put in the work regardless and if something happens, move on
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  • Profile picture of the author YonghoShin
    Thank you for your answers!
    I'm definitely willing to put in the work, I just didn't want it all to disappear and have to "reinvent the wheel" again.

    I am continuing by focusing on a market niche, so that I can easily swap out specific offers anytime.

    Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author YonghoShin
    Thank you for your answers!
    I'm definitely willing to put in the work, I just didn't want it all to disappear and have to "reinvent the wheel" again.

    I am continuing by focusing on a market niche, so that I can easily swap out specific offers anytime.

    Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
    What ChrisBa said was true, you can target a similar offer of the niche you're promoting.
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    Never build around one offer. That's nuts. Go for a niche that has more then one offer so all your efforts do not go down the drain when the offer goes down.

    Offers go down all the time, it's not really because the network is now stealing your campaign though. That's some tin foil hat stuff.

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