Where am I going wrong in my bing ad campaign?

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I'm new to internet marketing. I'm trying to promote a clickbank product and Im running my ads on bing. I have got over 200 clicks which got me 26 email addresses through my landing page with zero sales. What does that tell you? What would you recommend I should do? I made a youtube video, I have put the keywords in the discription but its not getting many views either, please advise me how to promote it too.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by IMBUSINESSS View Post

    I'm new to internet marketing. I'm trying to promote a clickbank product and Im running my ads on bing. I have got over 200 clicks which got me 26 email addresses through my landing page with zero sales. What does that tell you? What would you recommend I should do? I made a youtube video, I have put the keywords in the discription but its not getting many views either, please advise me how to promote it too.
    You really have provided nothing useful to go on.

    How much are you paying per click? How much will you make per sale? What do your adranks look like? Are you split testing ads? Are you targeting the right keywords? How are the keywords performing? Are some keywords dominating the email conversions and others failing miserably? What kind of follow up are you doing with those email addresses (the sales cycle for some products is much longer than for others), etc.

    All you have told us you ran an ad and paid for 200 clicks.
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    • Profile picture of the author IMBUSINESSS
      Thanks for replying Mike!

      I started my campaigns more than 2 weeks ago. Im paying 15-16 cents per click for most of the keywords, a couple of them for 20 cents. I will make $35/sale. Overall ad position is 3.9 with some keywords on position 4 -5 if that's what you mean by ad ranks.
      I ran 3 campaigns and picked the one that was doing the best and picked the good keywords from the other 2 campaigns as well. I filtered out the keywords that were getting less impressions ( idk what's a good CTR that i should delete the keywords below that rate, normally they say it's 1 %)

      Idk how to track the email conversion of keywords, please explain.

      I just started sending them emails a couple of days ago. I have sent 2 emails so far, nothing so far still hoping.
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      • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
        Originally Posted by IMBUSINESSS View Post

        Thanks for replying Mike!

        I started my campaigns more than 2 weeks ago. Im paying 15-16 cents per click for most of the keywords, a couple of them for 20 cents. I will make $35/sale. Overall ad position is 3.9 with some keywords on position 4 -5 if that's what you mean by ad ranks.
        I ran 3 campaigns and picked the one that was doing the best and picked the good keywords from the other 2 campaigns as well. I filtered out the keywords that were getting less impressions ( idk what's a good CTR that i should delete the keywords below that rate, normally they say it's 1 %)

        Idk how to track the email conversion of keywords, please explain.

        I just started sending them emails a couple of days ago. I have sent 2 emails so far, nothing so far still hoping.
        How much have you spent so far? It sounds like you haven't run your campaigns long enough yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author jbuk
    Try bidding on the product name only. Use exact match and phrase match and use negative keywords like free etc. so you're not wasting clicks. If you bid on only the product name you should make sales.

    Try..

    product name
    buy product name
    where to buy product name
    purchase product name
    where to get product name

    And maybe create a review page so you can bid on additional keywords like

    product name review
    product name reviews

    These type of keywords bring in visitors that are buyers.

    Always check the product's terms to make sure you're allowed to bid on the product name. Some vendors allow it, others don't.

    Works for me.

    As Hunter would say.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMBUSINESSS
    Thanks. Any other advice guys?
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    Well maybe your product its not so good check gravity landing page ,how it looks ,its convincing etc ?
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    You said you are collecting emails. Are you running a autoresponder campaign to these signups? If you are not sure what to write many vendors provide affiliate tools, some of which are emails you can send to your list

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  • Profile picture of the author alliance
    Bing works best for my properties as a Lead generator. Capture leads and run email campaigns to Leads for sales.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pedro Campos
      Bing is a training ground before moving to Youtube and Google Ads.
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