Any experiences with eZanga PPC?

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Hi guys,

Did anyone try eZanga PPC with CPA offers lately?
Any experiences will be appreciated.

What about their traffic quality?

Is their service worth my time and money or not, because i had a little testing with them (Some scaled winner campaigns with other ppc networks, but they didn't convert with their traffic at all with reasonable amount of traffic).

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Gauher
    Quality is very poor with my experience. They are simply a traffic aggregator of poor converting web sites.

    Stay away and save your money.

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    • Profile picture of the author captainhass
      Thanks a lot Gauher. Yes, i 100% agree with you after real testing but i needed a confirmation from good people.
      Iam going to request a refund.
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  • Profile picture of the author eZangaEli
    Hassan,

    I am sorry you had an experience with eZanga that did not give you the results you were looking for. I would love to discuss with you the steps you took to optimize the campaign on our network and see if I can help shed any light on the subject.

    Feel free give me a call at 888 439 2642 ext 7107 and we can jump on the phone and get everything sorted out for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author layer
    I haven't had much luck with eZanga the results were well below par. I have had results with adf.ly though.
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    • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
      What works on Adwords, might not work on Facebook, so why assume you can transfer profitable campaigns from 7search to Ezanga without issue?

      Copying a working campaign from ppc platform A to ppc platform B does not guarantee it's going to work on ppc platform B. You still have to work the campaign and optimize it.

      Look at how many say 7search sucks, yet it's very profitable if you know what you're doing.

      Every ppc platform works, but they don't all work the same.
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      • Profile picture of the author captainhass
        Originally Posted by PPC-Coach View Post

        What works on Adwords, might not work on Facebook, so why assume you can transfer profitable campaigns from 7search to Ezanga without issue?

        Copying a working campaign from ppc platform A to ppc platform B does not guarantee it's going to work on ppc platform B. You still have to work the campaign and optimize it.

        Look at how many say 7search sucks, yet it's very profitable if you know what you're doing.

        Every ppc platform works, but they don't all work the same.
        Yes, i know that all. I have tested some of these campaigns with Adwords and 7search (with some different variations) and they converted very well and guess what? 7search gave me more conversions and more ROI than Adwords and campaigns converted for a long good period.

        I copied the same Ad copies to eZanga and copied the keywords and added as many top targeted new keywords to my list and they all didn't convert after a satisfying amount of clicks (for me).

        I think the quality is near to the bottom and can't be compared to 7search.

        Thanks for the feedback.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Never assume anything, but always use what you learn in campaigns and try that first (in my opinion).. don't copy, but use what you know works.. for example if you find keywords like comics, comic books, xmen, etc work for ppc, don't target 40 year old women on facebook
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    • Profile picture of the author captainhass
      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      Never assume anything, but always use what you learn in campaigns and try that first (in my opinion).. don't copy, but use what you know works.. for example if you find keywords like comics, comic books, xmen, etc work for ppc, don't target 40 year old women on facebook
      Iam not assuming anything. I have tested real campaigns and optimized my keywords and used a good mix of keywords which i have tested with different ppc platforms (some broad, phrase and branding). (I don't mean with copying campaigns that are the 100% the same). We arenot talking about demographics here as it's not a social media. Iam talking about 2nd or 3rd tier search PPC platform as you know. My Ad copies receive high CTR and they are working great in other PPC engines and they perform well (Thanks god) at whatever place they are displayed. So, what iam assuming here is i have one lost key to make my campaigns successfull and it's traffic quality control.

      Thanks for the feedback.

      I hope people who had any experience with eZanga (Like Gauher & layer) however it's good or bad reply to this thread to connect the dots and gather a full idea and review about this service (is it worth or not).

      Thanks for all people i have received a feedback from, but iam asking for experiences with eZanga and not searching for PPC tips or optimization tips.
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  • Profile picture of the author rising_sun
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    I tried once upon a time ,I achieved a bad experience with that.too much suffering I have earned by it.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyborgX
    If you are bidding enough to show in the top 3 ad spots and still not getting enough traffic, then you must look elsewhere or add more keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author rising_sun
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    Honestly I have no experience,I am new in this world.I want learn from you that's why I am here.
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    • Profile picture of the author warfore
      I think these guys are out of business...my account went to zero balance with no campaigns running and they are not answering the phone or emails.
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      • Profile picture of the author maestro1
        What I like least with them is that you have to put in your budget UPFRONT.

        You will automatically be billed once your budget falls below 3 x your total daily budget.

        Yes, you can choose that amount (as low as 10$), but the problem is that when you create new campaigns, and set their daily budgets, the system will automatically start to bill you until you have at least 3 x that total daily budget.

        When testing a new platform like this, I don't want to be charged a lot of money upfront. And why 3 x the daily amount? An automatic refill system that refills up to 1x the daily budget to make sure all the campaigns can run daily would be enough.

        I feel like I have no control over my money. Can't turn this 'refill' off either.
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