7search campaigns need vps for ad serving?

by ochaim
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I was going to try lead impact for cpa, but then saw you likely require better than shared hosting to handle the traffic.

Would I still be better off with a vps if I used something like 7search? Or would shared hosting still be ok?

As well, how closely do you have to monitor your campaigns? Are you stuck at the computer while the campaign is running watching the clicks or is it more hands off than that. Like checking in later in the day or programming a stop at a daily budget type of thing?
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  • Profile picture of the author Royce Space
    It depends with your budget and traffic. If you're planning to send 500 visitors a day, then shared hosting is good.
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  • Profile picture of the author g r hasib
    Largely depends on budget.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by ochaim View Post

    I was going to try lead impact for cpa, but then saw you likely require better than shared hosting to handle the traffic.

    Would I still be better off with a vps if I used something like 7search? Or would shared hosting still be ok?

    As well, how closely do you have to monitor your campaigns? Are you stuck at the computer while the campaign is running watching the clicks or is it more hands off than that. Like checking in later in the day or programming a stop at a daily budget type of thing?
    It all depends on volume, if you're just getting started then you should just try shared hosting to start, then once you're making money then look to move to a vps or dedicated
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  • Profile picture of the author MTVida
    Originally Posted by ochaim View Post

    I was going to try lead impact for cpa, but then saw you likely require better than shared hosting to handle the traffic.

    Would I still be better off with a vps if I used something like 7search? Or would shared hosting still be ok?

    As well, how closely do you have to monitor your campaigns? Are you stuck at the computer while the campaign is running watching the clicks or is it more hands off than that. Like checking in later in the day or programming a stop at a daily budget type of thing?
    Regarding hosting, you should be fine starting out with shared hosting for 7 Search campaigns. Lead Impact is a PPV network, with the potential for much higher click volume, so a VPS would be a better choice in that case.

    Campaigns on 7 Search typically don't have a ton of volume, so you won't need to be stuck to your computer making sure you don't blow your budget. You can also set budget caps as a means of controlling your ad spend, which is true for pretty much any network.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketwarrior06
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    It depends on your purpose. I am using it for medium type of advertising. So I don't think its important for me.
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