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What is better with budget 50$?
Adwords and use their coupon or 7search?
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Honestly, $50 isn't going to be enough to get any leverage with paid ads. You need a bigger budget for paid ads because you need to build up a bunch of stats, and then make your decisions. Your better off saving your $50 for hosting, and starting with free traffic methods.
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    • Profile picture of the author ShareLead
      Originally Posted by Greedy View Post

      Honestly, $50 isn't going to be enough to get any leverage with paid ads. You need a bigger budget for paid ads because you need to build up a bunch of stats, and then make your decisions. Your better off saving your $50 for hosting, and starting with free traffic methods.
      I tried YouTube marketing with no success.
      Previously i used Leadbolt for mobile offers. Spent 100$ and earned only 26$.
      Now im trying Bidvertiser with 20$ free credit with 8$ earned so far.
      I have Adwords coupon but first need to spend 35$ to activate it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Sounds like you are doing pretty well actually, you are just jumping around a lot.

    I would go back to what you are doing with LeadBolt and test different offer, and different landing pages. Spending $100 and making $26 back on your first test is really good.

    Or maybe try Bidvertiser spending $20 and making $8 for starting off is amazing.

    I would focus your effort. Probably go with Bidvertiser since it has the best ROI right now, and test new LPs and Offers. Stick with it until you get it profitable. Don't be temped to change ad networks.

    Good Luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Adword without any thought......

    If you can improve your budget it will go a long way in helping your experimentation.
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  • Profile picture of the author hantoren
    7Search comes with a lot of trouble. I wouldn't really recommend it. Even if you work out something profitable, you can't scale it properly.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    If you are just starting out, i'd recommend 7search of bing. Adwords is the last one you should try, they are far less forgiving.
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  • Profile picture of the author Compound
    If you have a compliant landing page / offer, I'd try AdWords. You'll likely need a larger budget, however.

    If you want to start with a smaller budget, try 7search
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  • Profile picture of the author 7SearchBrad
    Originally Posted by ShareLead View Post

    What is better with budget 50$?
    Adwords and use their coupon or 7search?
    We are viable supplement to Adwords. As others have posted, your current budget may not give you the best opportunity to fully optimize your campaigns no matter where you decide to deposit funds.

    In any event, if you have questions, please let me know how I could help. bstanley at 7search.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    if you are after quality THEN adwords! But you have to pay.

    if you are after CHEAP traffic that is good for a beginner then 7search. Lower quality traffic, for a low price, but still good for the newbie type marketer.
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    • Profile picture of the author dburk
      Hi ShareLead,

      What is better with budget 50$?
      That's not a budget, that is dinner for two at a moderately priced restaurant, or a night at the movies with your mate.

      If you want to look at it as a learning experience, or simply a way of amusing yourself for a few hours then it might be worth that much at least. Think of it as a budget for entertaining yourself for a few hours.

      Realistically, it will probably take more than that to even learn how to properly setup and structure your account, and run a short test to see if you have things working and can track the data accurately. But probably not enough to get actionable data.

      You need to be honest with yourself, that small amount isn't going to get you enough data to make any valid marketing conclusions. Whatever the results, it will be totally random data as you will have no idea if those results are reliable or repeatable. You need to save you money until you have enough to do a test that will give enough data to make valid conclusions, else you are just wasting your money (save for the entertainment value).

      I suggest that you try saving up a bit more money, say about $2000 to start with, and you will have a chance at success. That will give you enough to run a short test and get some practice in managing an AdWords campaign. And with a little luck, you should be able to get some actionable data to start the next round of tests. You are also likely to take the process a whole lot more serious when you have a bit more skin in the game.

      AdWords is where the big boys play, so if you can learn to master it the payoff can be huge, but a fifty is only going to get you a few hours of entertainment, kinda like placing $50 on a spin of the roulette wheel.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I'm going to need to agree, $50 isn't enough to start. If you decide to start, if recommend starting with 7search opposed to Adwords , it's much more forgiving and will be easier to start with and learn the ropes
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  • Profile picture of the author richboss
    I don't recommend 7search, you will just loss a lot of money
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  • Profile picture of the author stevenjacobs
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    adwords is my pick but you need more money
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  • Profile picture of the author ToonChooi Tan
    Do you try Bing Ads? I just read one of the warrior members share his success story inside the War Room using Bing Ads. If you are War room members, you may download it here http://www.warriorforum.com/war-room...nts-click.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Damica
    I would like to add (my opinion only).

    I have use both and I must say, Google is to expensive for me. I don't think advertising should be like "Rocket science". Write a good ad - get it in front of people - let them choose. With Google you have to much competition so your bid amount continues to go up if you want to be seen.

    I don't try to sell my products with my ads, (never had much luck at that). What I try to do is run a newsletter signup campaign to get new potential customers. I have had great success at this type of campaign. Example: My last campaign I used "Bidvertizer" with a $30.00 budget at .10 a click, this campaign ran out of money in just 2 day but out of 300 clicks I had 53 newsletter signup. I am very happy with these figures, here's how I see it.

    My average customer spends $32.00 per visit(sale) so if I can just retain 5 out of the 53, I'm in great shape.

    I also do this with 7-Search and have had great success their as well. Depending on my keywords I can get down as low as .03 per click. My normal bid on 7 search is .05 cents.

    I have not had much luck with "FACEBOOK" but had some success with "TWITTER" just wanted to mention that.

    I hope this helps

    David
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by ShareLead View Post

    What is better with budget 50$?
    Adwords and use their coupon or 7search?
    Adwords - everytime! 99% of my Traffic comes from Adwords and only a fraction from BING 7Search just doesn't have the quality and reach of Adwords and BING.

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  • Profile picture of the author floxtero
    I used 7search but conversation is low try bing instead.
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