If you have 200$ to promote your CPA offers

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If you have 200$ to promote your CPA offers what you do?

I have 200 to use to promote CPA offers. If you were in my position what would you do?

I never used facebook advertising though. Used 7search which is low quality traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author vMartin
    $200 is on the low side mate.

    The key to success with paid traffic in general is collecting data that you can use to optimize your campaigns to profits and beyond.

    Not many affiliates start out with a profitable campaign and you need to be ready to lose some $$$ before you hit that green.

    With $200 you might be able to get some data on banners on landing pages but do you have a budget after that to actually push the campaign when it's running profits?

    You might want to go the free traffic route first before you dive in paid traffic.

    Also 7search traffic will get you booted from most offers as you have to filter a lot of shit traffic to get to the quality there, and this will also require a decent buffer.

    Probably not what you wanted to here but I am more than happy to provide you with advice when your budget is a little higher.
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    • Profile picture of the author dummycpa
      Originally Posted by vMartin View Post

      $200 is on the low side mate.

      The key to success with paid traffic in general is collecting data that you can use to optimize your campaigns to profits and beyond.

      Not many affiliates start out with a profitable campaign and you need to be ready to lose some $$$ before you hit that green.

      With $200 you might be able to get some data on banners on landing pages but do you have a budget after that to actually push the campaign when it's running profits?

      You might want to go the free traffic route first before you dive in paid traffic.

      Also 7search traffic will get you booted from most offers as you have to filter a lot of shit traffic to get to the quality there, and this will also require a decent buffer.

      Probably not what you wanted to here but I am more than happy to provide you with advice when your budget is a little higher.
      Please do advise the budget required and the strategy with it, I think it would benefit any newbie. How about $500 with Facebook ads? Thanks.
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      • Profile picture of the author papuanac1971
        Budget? At least $500-$800 but also depend on your marketing knowledge. If you don't know anything about PPC/CPM/PPV you will only spend the money without any earnings.
        First thing is investment in your knowledge and when I say investments, I mean get some ideas how it works, read some real case study and than start to test your campaigns.
        You must be ready also for failure; this is marketing and risks are involved.
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  • Profile picture of the author adwike
    you must read firstly about cpa marketing and then try with low budget
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by ichthyander View Post

    If you have 200$ to promote your CPA offers what you do?
    I would look into promoting specialised insurance products, as the economy is tanking and everyone is scared up to their neck in losing their livelihood. Remember, fear is good as it drives people to look for products to counter their fears so they can sleep better at night. Without naming the exact product just now there is one I'm currently promoting which would be ideal. For traffic dont use 7search the quality isn't that great - stick those 200 into adwords and see if you can also get an extra voucher for it.

    Drop me a line if you want I can maybe show you a trick or two

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  • Profile picture of the author diizzle
    I would wait until you have at least $1000 to start and test a real campaign. You can do it with a lower budget but If your like me and promote high paying CPL offers than you do need a good budget. If your doing dating, email or gaming offers I can see how 200 might be enough to test and create profitable campaign
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  • Profile picture of the author neralu
    zip submit and email submit works great wtih 7 search..
    with 200$ , trying on google is not a good idea.. u will loose ur money in just less than 200 clicks...
    I have a coupon with 7 search, they will match 50% of what u recharge.. eg.. if u recharge for 200$ then they will give u 100$.. if u are interested PM me..I will provide you..
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    • Profile picture of the author akay
      We are talking about the quality of clicks here.If you get 200 clicks from targeted visitors,isn't that better than 3000 clicks from useless network with no conversion.Imagine someone promoting insurance offer that pays $30 per lead,and you get 12 conversions from 200 clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneyt
    I will wait a little more i have at least 900-1000
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    For that starting budget the only paid traffic source I'd recommend is possibly 7search. The other option is using free offers to get started and build a bigger budget, which is what I would probably recommend for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author tkminh
    i try paid traffic with my budget $100 and .. i lost it
    so i think first we should try with free traffic
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