What is A Good Google Adwords Strategy For A $30 Budget?

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Hey,

What would be a good strategy to make a handful of affiliate sales in a high traffic niche on a $30 (total) budget? :confused:

I got a hold of a new adwords coupon and I want to squeeze what I can out of it for some extra cash and more adwords experience/testing.

If I make 2 or more sales out of it I will consider it a success, more would of course be welcome.

It's in a solid niche with an affiliate program that pays recurring income.

This niche has paid me consistently through article marketing and I want to test out advertising for it and move into automation.



I've had experience with adwords and made about $150/month consistently for a few months promoting a different affiliate program, Just to let you know where I stand.

I'll be bidding on product keywords only but I'm not sure what else to do.
Average ppc price is .27 cents.

I'm just afraid of bid prices being driven up and not making any sales.

So what's a good strategy to squeeze some sales out of my adwords coupon?

Let me know.

Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author JNFerree
    There's a new tool I just got called Keyword ESP. It's built to help you get a good QS and a lower CPC if you follow the butt simple formula.

    All you gotta is embed (cut `n paste) a small piece of code in each AdWord Ad and do the same thing on your LP.

    You get the link on my Ferre Money Blog and if Chuck hasn't pulled the video down yet, you can hit the playback button and watch his Live webinar.
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    • Profile picture of the author curious19
      Originally Posted by JNFerree View Post

      There's a new tool I just got called Keyword ESP. It's built to help you get a good QS and a lower CPC if you follow the butt simple formula.

      All you gotta is embed (cut `n paste) a small piece of code in each AdWord Ad and do the same thing on your LP.

      You get the link on my Ferre Money Blog and if Chuck hasn't pulled the video down yet, you can hit the playback button and watch his Live webinar.
      It looks like : dynamic keyword insertion into Ads and LP.
      why we need codes and need to buy his software?

      Am i missing something here?
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  • Profile picture of the author FasTrack-Eddie
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    Bid low - Have a value to Promote - Promote - Promote !!!

    Best of luck!

    >wink<
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Green
    I would do polls, with help from ppc coach, I include some good info on it in my wso. $30 a day is a great start for polls.
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  • Profile picture of the author Seekness
    Find some popular search terms with the lowest competition possible, ensuring that you get the lowest CPC rate possible. It's all about conversions from there, so the lower your CPC, the lower the cost per conversion. $30 will allow you to measure your success on a very small scale.
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  • Profile picture of the author Saj Gupta
    Looks like you are already familiar with PPC and article marketing and also know which keywords work best for the niche that you are trying to promote. To keep your cost low for each kw, I suggest create 1 adgroup per kw per match type. This way you'll get a great CTR with the lowest bid (of course depends on your competition and your lp relevancy).
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