Bing Ads ClickBank Conversion Strategies

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I've been in to CB and Bing ads for a while for the 1st date of this month, I've spent nearly $210 and earned $100. I've few queries needs to be clarified would help me a much,

1) Do you prefer bidding hing and getting position 1 or 2 would bring conversion or 5-6th position would also get conversions

2) What type of bidding you prefer bid high at start or low bid and increase slowly.

3) What type of match you use, Broad, Exact or Phrase?

Anybody shed lights in this would highly appreciated.
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  • Profile picture of the author robofx
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    Originally Posted by seohallmark View Post

    Anybody shed lights in this would highly appreciated.
    I bid low & broad. Using dynamic keyword insertion on your landers keeps your quality score high, which gets you cheaper clicks & high placements.

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    • Profile picture of the author James Baker
      Congratulations on taking action and the success. When using Bing I like to start by bidding low and go from there. But it does depend on your budget. If you want instant traffic bid for the top spots. This lets you test fast.

      If you start your bids low then you will need to slowly increase the bids if your not seeing any results. Once Im getting traffic then I see what keywords are converting and what ones are losers and cut them and scale up from there.

      Also be sure you are testing more than one ad set and then pick the best one with the highest ctr.
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      • Profile picture of the author seohallmark
        The problem with bidding high is Bing quickly spend the money before seeing results. Also I experiencing drop in sale or earning per hop when I get top spots by bidding high.

        Originally Posted by James Baker View Post

        Congratulations on taking action and the success. When using Bing I like to start by bidding low and go from there. But it does depend on your budget. If you want instant traffic bid for the top spots. This lets you test fast.

        If you start your bids low then you will need to slowly increase the bids if your not seeing any results. Once Im getting traffic then I see what keywords are converting and what ones are losers and cut them and scale up from there.

        Also be sure you are testing more than one ad set and then pick the best one with the highest ctr.
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    • Profile picture of the author irawr
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    I prefer to bid high first. Just to test traffic to the landing page, and to get and idea of what my landing page conversion rates will look like. But bidding low then going high works too in some instances. Test more, and when you find something satisfactory, use to your advantage to promote the heck out of it.
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    • Profile picture of the author seohallmark
      Thanking you for letting me, will check FunnelFlux tracker.

      Originally Posted by robofx View Post

      Also use SpeedPPC. Imagine dumping 2,000 keywords into it, creating 6 ad variations and having the darned thing create 12,000 ads automagically.

      Then you just export them to a file that Bing Ads Desktop Editor can read, then batta-bing-batta-boom - upload them 12,000 badboys to Bing Ads (from Desktop Editor) and corner your market.

      Don't forget to use a tracker, because I forgot to mention that each of those 12,000 ads has the corresponding keyword integrated right into the gosh-durned destination URL!

      Which means, ladies and germs, that your tracker (I recommend Funnel Flux, the best tracker in the Universe I kid you not) can make it child's play to figure-out which keywords are converting & which ones are wasting your adspend.

      Oh, and the tracker can also do the dynamic keyword insertion into your landing page that is so critical to getting high quality scores and therefore cheaper winning bids AND higher placements.

      It just don't get any better than that. Can I hear an Amen!
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