Approximately how many CPA campaigns do you create per day?

by iPeter
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Approximately how many CPA campaigns do you create per day?

I'm asking since I'm trying to set in place a routine, and in order to do so, I need a measurable short-term goal (campaigns per day in this case).

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author digitalceo95
    I think it would boil down to the individual,how much time he has to devote,his skill level,if he outsources,etc. It's like DNA...everyone is different.
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  • Profile picture of the author biggenius
    I have 300-400 ads running on weekdays and 900+ on weekends. But i am only running on Facebook.
    Generally, i have 100-200 campaigns. But i don't recreate them daily. I do outsource major work like design/campaign setup. I am just administering campaigns.
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    • Profile picture of the author vask
      Originally Posted by biggenius View Post

      I have 300-400 ads running on weekdays and 900+ on weekends. But i am only running on Facebook.
      Generally, i have 100-200 campaigns. But i don't recreate them daily. I do outsource major work like design/campaign setup. I am just administering campaigns.
      Holy. *******. Shit.

      100-200 campaigns? How much volume are you doing? Normally I'd call bullshit on something like that but you seem ... pretty legit...

      I'm doing about 16 campaigns right now with 12 of them on Facebook. One campaign generates 70% of my entire click volume and I barely sleep because of how busy I am (I need better time management). How are you managing 100-200 campaigns? I have VAs that I use to design LPs and create/queue ads, but I'm still mind-bogglingly busy.

      Bro, do you even sleep?

      Edit: What do you mean by "campaigns"? If I ran richmen.com and match.com, I would consider those two different campaigns.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    I work with my campaigns in a slightly different way... I create kind of "template campaigns" that I can use to promote certain types of offers. For example, a templat for Christian dating targeting mature women. Then, in my "template" I have a tested and effective angle and FB ads, banner ads, etc... This way, I already have a north when I want to run a Christian dating campaign.

    Using this model, I don't set up new campaigns every day. What I do is to scale as much as possible the winners that I find. For example, if I run a campaign on FB and it performs well, then I use my "template" to scale the campaign to PoF and media buying.

    But this is the way I work. Other people who manage their CPA business in a different way may have a different answer. I believe there isn't a hard rule here.
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    • Profile picture of the author diizzle
      Originally Posted by williamrs View Post

      I work with my campaigns in a slightly different way... I create kind of "template campaigns" that I can use to promote certain types of offers. For example, a templat for Christian dating targeting mature women. Then, in my "template" I have a tested and effective angle and FB ads, banner ads, etc... This way, I already have a north when I want to run a Christian dating campaign.

      Using this model, I don't set up new campaigns every day. What I do is to scale as much as possible the winners that I find. For example, if I run a campaign on FB and it performs well, then I use my "template" to scale the campaign to PoF and media buying.

      But this is the way I work. Other people who manage their CPA business in a different way may have a different answer. I believe there isn't a hard rule here.
      Hey william, do you use PPV as part of your CPA advertising method?
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by iChristian View Post

    Approximately how many CPA campaigns do you create per day?

    I'm asking since I'm trying to set in place a routine, and in order to do so, I need a measurable short-term goal (campaigns per day in this case).

    Thanks.
    When I first started.. 5-10 per day.. now.. 2-5 per week.. i spend more time trying to optimize and scale campaigns now (but again this is easier to say once you get going), it really depends on where you are with your business..
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  • Profile picture of the author linndelvallen
    I do around 10-15 per day, and keep the ones that convert better...
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  • Profile picture of the author ThePhi14
    Amazing. 2-5 campaigns per day! I just got into non-incentive CPA Marketing. I probably can create max. only one campaign per day (creating own ads and landing pages). I think it's better to focus on one campaign and scale it first before moving over to the next one? What do you think.
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  • Profile picture of the author biggenius
    I don't waste much of my time optimizing campaigns initially. I just try to run more and more campaigns. Once they running perfectly for 2-3 weeks. I try to optimize them for more profit. But there is limit to it. I don't like overdoing things.
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  • Profile picture of the author watsonovedades
    i create like 1 or 2, split test everything
    you can turn around the ROI of a campaign with a few twists
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    • Profile picture of the author owen2012
      The amount is irrelevant if you build a list in a dedicated market.

      Then you campaigns that would require setup would be only one,

      Do yourself a favour and build a list in say weightloss.

      If you are not sure on how to build a list and what is required, try affilorama

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  • Profile picture of the author JustinDupre
    A lot of people will tell you to make 2-3 campaigns a day when you are new. A lot of people that say this got lucky throwing shit at the wall until it stuck.

    I prefer not to get lucky, and prefer to have an actual idea of what will work and what won't work before I get started posting a campaign. From time to time, I'll throw out a quick hail mary that I spend $10 - 20 just seeing what happens with it, but I prefer to but in the time and effort it takes to properly research a campaign.

    This means I might spend 1-2 days properly researching a new niche or idea. I'll look for all of my competitors ads, catalog them. I'll look at forums and message boards to see what people are complaining about, what their problems are, and how I can solve them with a campaign. I'll spend a few hours just sitting down with pen and paper and sketch out banner ads, ad copies and landing pages. I'll look up demographics and how I could best target them, and I'll look into individual targets to make sure those sites or key terms match my demographic. I'll even look into proper research papers published by companies or university students.

    You want to do whatever you can to best understand a market before you attempt to penetrate it.

    Of course, you could always get lucky someday throwing a few random campaigns up daily, but I prefer a larger dose of being prepared to minimize my risk and minimize my chances of having to rely on luck.
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