Bing plus Clickbank Campaign Result

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I have been running a Bing campaign using an evergreen Clickbank offer since the 1st week of May 18 under the guidance of a bing coach. So far, there is some conversions here and there but the conversions are not able to cover the my overheads (bing ads, hosting & tracking). My coach want me to continue to run the campaign to collect the data, but it has been nearly 2 months and my expense in twice the profit and I thought of giving up on this campaign and run others. I am not sure what I should do. Can anyone give me some advice?

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YongXue123
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  • Profile picture of the author himarkus
    I won't spend that much money on one campaign, but it still a great opportunity to
    Learn from it so your next will be more profitable.
    "sometimes you lose and sometimes you learn."
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  • Profile picture of the author Wile E Coyote
    I think it depends on how much you've actually spent and what your expectations are currently.

    For example, if you've spent $10,000 in ad spend in two months versus $100 in ad spend.

    Look at specific week metrics as well. Take your first week and look at the overall ROI, then the next week etc. Look at where you started and where your last week was, is there evidence that the campaigns are improving?

    The big issue here, is that if it was easy, the product creator would have the monopoly of Bing themselves. Especially if it's a well-known product.

    What were your spends, and what did you think was going to happen?
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  • You should test using other keywords and target audience. If the outcome still the same, then test using other hot offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by yongxue123 View Post

    I have been running a Bing campaign using an evergreen Clickbank offer since the 1st week of May 18 under the guidance of a bing coach. So far, there is some conversions here and there but the conversions are not able to cover the my overheads (bing ads, hosting & tracking). My coach want me to continue to run the campaign to collect the data, but it has been nearly 2 months and my expense in twice the profit and I thought of giving up on this campaign and run others. I am not sure what I should do. Can anyone give me some advice?

    Best Regards
    YongXue123
    With PPC (and most other paid traffic), you do need to collect a fair amount of data. 2 months seems like a fair bit of time, but how much money have you invested so far? What about tracking keywords and other variables (time/day of week, etc).

    What about a landing page? or direct linking?
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