Currently I have the demographic adjustment with a 90% lower bid adjustment for males as women just happen to make up 75% of all network marketers. However... I don't think that figure is the case with affiliate marketers. Even though the company I'm promoting is network marketing, I want affiliate marketers to check out the info as the landing pages & automated follow-up system are top-notch. Affiliate marketers can promote better online but my guess is that most company volume is being done my network marketers. I can see that even though I have the lower bid level for males is that many men are still signing up for the info/tour so there is some inaccuracy. Am I doing the right thing by having having lower bid levels for men?
Devices - Desktop (includes laptops), tablet & smartphone bid adjustment levels. Initially - I had them all set at the same bid level & was getting a number of free tour/info leads entered into the system. But then I was doing more research on the ROI for different devices. One source recommends to try to concentrate only on desktop/laptop traffic for a higher ROI. Another source showed desktop & tablet ROI being much higher than mobile. I could have sworn there was a place in our Amazon affiliate stats that showed I was getting orders from desktop & mobile but can't seem to find it. It's a different market than targeting Amazon buyers however. So anyway at the moment, I have my smartphone bid level at a decrease of 90% & just did the tablet bid for a 40% decrease. I know I could get more info requests with smartphone bid level equal to desktop (especially worldwide) but wonder if the "lead quality" is good for what I'm wanting... people to sign up as paid affiliates/reps with the company. How do others target their device settings for PPC for biz opp type campaigns?