What do you thank of 7search?

by jj1690
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Hi, I'm giving 7search a try and i was wondering if I spent $26 on one campaign would i get at leave a sale from it. Is there anyone here that has used them before and what would your average sale percentage be?
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  • I used to use 7search for some clickbank affiliate products (and a few of my own) and I'd say the traffic quality is pretty much on the same level as google just a little slower and cheaper.
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    • Profile picture of the author jj1690
      Thanks for the quick response?
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  • No problem =) I've gotten as high as 3% conversions with some campaigns. But your CTR/conversions will all depend on how good of an ad you can write, your funnel, and of course, the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author GorillazGoods
    From personal experience, I've found that CPA offers and email submits work very well on 7Search. It is important to learn the basics first and know how to work the system. This includes knowing how best to target your offers, do split campaigns, find what works to optimize your campaigns, and finally scale the campaigns that you find works best. I found a great video on Youtube that explains quite a bit about the 7Search. It's a very long video, but I'm sure you'll learn some very useful information from it:

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    • Profile picture of the author jj1690
      Thanks Gorillaz.
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    i wasted my $25...clicks were really expensive - about 0.25/click and Zero conversions...
    maybe it was me or maybe not..but until i have $ to test...i won't touch'em!
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  • Profile picture of the author flamewave
    Try axxads.com

    Auto split testing of banners and landing pages, learns to show the best and only the best converting ads, meaning you get better ROI.

    But it of course comes downs to your process. What is your funnel like?
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  • Profile picture of the author 7SearchBrad
    Originally Posted by jj1690 View Post

    Hi, I'm giving 7search a try and i was wondering if I spent $26 on one campaign would i get at leave a sale from it. Is there anyone here that has used them before and what would your average sale percentage be?
    Hi jj1690, glad to hear of your interest in 7Search. I would like to make myself available to you should you have any specific questions related to us. You can reach me at bstanley at 7search dot com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Devin2290
    In my experience, 7search is a great place to get your feet wet if you're new to PPC.
    However, the quality of their traffic can be very poor.

    You can contact them to get access to be able to block IPs of referrers soy ou can weed out the really bad non-converting traffic, but it's a good bit of constant research and work.
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  • Profile picture of the author taskemann
    I read that many of you guys say that the quality of the traffic is poor. In my experience with 7Search, the quality of the traffic is acually pretty good. And don't forget that you'll pay a lot less for the keywords bids on 7Search than what you'll do for example at AdWords.

    7seach does also have a greate blacklist tool where you can blacklist bad traffic sources. Just insert the tracking variables like ###KEYWORD###, ###AFFID### and ###RID### into the tracking link and you'll see which traffic sources that's providing bad traffic/traffic that's not converting well. Then just block their sub-IDs' with the blacklist tool!

    ###AFFID### is the affiliate's ID.

    ###RID### is the affiliate's website where your ad is running.


    To enable the blacklist tool, you have to send 7Search a message that you want the blacklist tool activated in order to use it.


    Just my two cents,

    Jimmy
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