Anyone tried Bing ads with Clickbank?

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hey guys,
I would love to know if there is anyone successfully promote some Clickbank product via Bing ads, do you think it worth? if not, did you try any other paid way to get traffic to Clickbank?


thanks advance.
#ads #bing #clickbank
  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    I made sales with BingAds and ClickBank. Many warriors also done. You can too!

    With this method, don't forget to build your own list.
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    • Profile picture of the author BlackFox
      Here's what works on Bing.
      1.Insurance
      2. Health
      3. BizOp
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    my qs is 3/10
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    • Profile picture of the author Krs
      Does Bing accept squeez pages?
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  • Profile picture of the author ej236
    It works as the traffic is good quality. Only use "phrase match" and [exact match]. If you include broad match keywords you will waste a lot of money paying for untargeted clicks. And bid high to get traffic. You'll nearly always pay considerably less than what you set as your CPC. I have a campaign that gets 50% to 100% click through rates on the top keywords. With Bing you really need to be in the top 3 to get a decent amount of daily clicks.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jarvis Edwards
      Originally Posted by ej236 View Post

      It works as the traffic is good quality. Only use "phrase match" and [exact match]. If you include broad match keywords you will waste a lot of money paying for untargeted clicks.
      That's true IF you don't prepare a good negative keyword list beforehand.

      Actually, with Bing, you should ONLY go broad with certain offers, because various keywords don't have enough volume long-tailed. So broad is the way to go in many cases ( or coming up with tens to hundreds of adgroups to compensate for the low volume)

      What I always do is prepare a negative keyword list BEFORE I start getting clicks. How do I do it? It's rather boring and repetitive but it involves typing your chosen keyword(s) in Bing (and Google, etc) and studying the queries returned.

      Add as a negative keyword, any term that you don't want triggering your ad(s). Setup tracking to make sure you are keeping record of every keyword entered which triggered your ad.

      For example, let's say you're selling "pool floaters."

      You may get a search returned of:

      1.) "Buy new pool floaters for the summer here.."

      2.) "Cure eye floaters today"

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      In that case you'd immediately add "eye" to your negative keyword list.

      Do this relentlessly and you can benefit from the volume of going broad without worrying about breaking the bank.
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    • Profile picture of the author cashcowonline
      Originally Posted by fxstay View Post

      i lost $1000 with bings ads
      I wonder how you lost $1000.
      Were you not testing and tracking your campaigns?
      I guess that's a big price tag for a hands-on advertising experience!
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  • Profile picture of the author webbassets
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    I've successfully sold products related to cooking, health and games and my amazon affiliate sites also convert fairly with bing ads, it does convert but you need to test out first.
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcowonline
    With Bing ads, you need to create a good landing page for your offer rather than directly linking to the offer itself.
    An easy to follow suggestion would be to create your landing page around the existing content from the product website and try to optimize it for your main buying key-phrase. Additionally, a post linked to your product will be a good add on. This should help you get a good Quality Score and a less CPC.
    So, I believe a good niche site affiliated to Clickbank offer can be well promoted through Bing PPC.
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  • Profile picture of the author tgpros
    Bing Ads is pretty good for North American traffic - and it's not particularly hard to make sales by direct linking or using a landing page.

    Making sales is the easy part - breaking even and seeing a positive ROI is the difficult bit, and it only comes after lots of testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author samthewildone
    Yes...
    I promoted that Paelo Diet thingy and it worked out.
    Though make sure you target your visitors in English speaking countries.
    Haven't had much success elsewhere; pretty obvious.

    Another thing I noticed that works with Bingads is just copying
    the ad copy from Google's search results. Don't break your brain
    trying to come up with some ad copy. Just get em straight from Google's
    first page and it's a wrap.

    Also is this a new Bingads account ? If so you qualify for $100 coupon.
    Just Google it.

    Cheers !
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