Recommended budget to start paid advertising and email marketing

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Hello everyone,

What is the recommended budget to start paid advertising ( fb ads ) and email marketing to promote clickbank products as an affiliate ?

I have generated leads but was not enough to getting results due to my low budget.

Thanks in advance !
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  • Profile picture of the author zelgly2
    Hi

    If you 1k-2k it is sufficient for the ad budget in the initial days. It is better if you hire any fb marketer. So your ad cost will be optimized otherwise do your own research and start fb advertising
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  • Profile picture of the author Enfusia
    You may wish to consider doing free marketing until you find a winner, then scale it up with paid advertising.

    This way you don't blow most of your budget on testing to find s winner.

    Make YouTube videos that solve a problem related to the product you're offering. Then, tell them to go get the product to solve the problem faster, easier or better etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by tripwhite View Post

    Hello everyone,

    What is the recommended budget to start paid advertising ( fb ads ) and email marketing to promote clickbank products as an affiliate ?

    I have generated leads but was not enough to getting results due to my low budget.

    Thanks in advance !
    $1000-2000 should be enough to give a decent start
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  • Profile picture of the author Mabu Map
    Why don't you use Bing ADS if you are low budget?

    But if you still want the recommended budget to start paid advertising ( fb ads ) and email marketing to promote clickbank products as an affiliate. In my experience: Minimum would be: $300 - $1000
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  • Profile picture of the author Rory Singh
    $2K is a good amount to start with. But you must understand the rules for success with paid advertising...like the learning curve / process.

    It will take time to learn how to create a successful ad campaign and money to learn what works Vs what doesn't along with tweaking as you go.

    Experience in writing good ad copy is a definite asset!

    Take baby steps that will ensure that you don't burn through your budget too fast.

    Lastly...most new paid marketers focus too much on profit instead of the learning process.

    I would advise you to not get too caught up in the profit side of things.

    Instead I would focus on learning how to set up and run successful ads that will at least make you back your initial budget.

    So in essence...For month one, you spend $500. You most likely won't make your $500 back if you don't have any experience with paid ads or this specific medium that you are asking about.

    Then month 2 comes around and you drop down another $500 (over time) but this time you recoup your $500.

    Then month 3 comes around and you are starting to get the hang of this stuff...you make $1,000 with your $500 spend.

    Keep in mind there are no exact numbers and these numbers that I am giving you are only for example purposes.

    Finally...What ever product you decide to market, make sure that it has a low cost front end offer ($1 to $7) and higher back end products ($50, $100 right up to $1,000) that will reward you with enough profit to stay in the paid market and to stay in profit.

    Unfortunately CB Products aren't the greatest on the marketplace but if you really dig, you may find something that will meet your backend profit needs.
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  • Profile picture of the author redpandagroup
    There is no budget considered as Good Budget. Obviously the higher sugar the more sweeter. Recommended will be 2k + with a good campaign optimization to generate more clicks and low PPC.

    We at Red Panda experience this all the time from our clients and we give this suggestion to our clients as well to start with 2000 and we can optimize the budget from the next month.

    Guys first month or first 2 weeks are learning curve where you can see the statistic. So being professional our advise it to be run the ad at a certain budget and see and then you can optimize it.

    Hope it will help

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