Register Blogs Advertise with usHelp Desk Today's Posts Search

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Unread 9th Oct 2008, 09:42 AM   #1
Senior Warrior Member
War Room Member
 
Stephen Meyer's Avatar
 
Join Date: 2007
Location: Ada,OK , USA.
Posts: 1,535
Thanks: 108
Thanked 343 Times in 228 Posts
Default
PPC Advertising and Signups
Share on: 
fb share twitter share gplus share more share

Hi, I am giving thought to using PPC to get signups. I use to use Google, MSN, and Yahoo to get free signups for a travel business. I stopped for a bunch of reasons. One of them was because of conversions rates and cold calling. It seemed odd that someone would sign up on a long form to get more information and when I called them they got mad. I'm bad because some would get real obnoxious and I would just hang up.

But, I am thinking about using PPC to get signups to a couple programs. Before they signed up to an autoresponder but now I want to put them directly into the programs. The one I am going to concentrate on is up top and in the middle of my site but I want to use a capture page

I do know how to use Adwords to save money but I am wondering what kind of success others have had getting people to sign right into a program from a capture page? Let me know if it has worked for you in getting people to sign up for PIPs.

I'm looking for information on what may work so let me know.

Steve

Find out how this guy went from being over $40,000 in debt to having total financial freedom and how you can to.Click Here: Freedom ~
Stephen Meyer is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 9th Oct 2008, 10:20 AM   #2
HyperActive Warrior
War Room Member
 
carpunky's Avatar
 
Join Date: 2004
Location: Everywhere
Posts: 410
Thanks: 5
Thanked 11 Times in 7 Posts
Default
Re: PPC Advertising and Signups
Share on: 
fb share twitter share gplus share more share

Stephen,

I will be getting to that in my blog but for now.

Use long tail keywords, I spend about $2 to $3 a month in log tail keywords promoting.
Get someone who knows nothing about the internet marketing.

Ask them what they would search for if they were looking for a home based business.

I average about 1 signup every other month from a modest budget. I am not going to spend $10 a pop without a guarantee of a sign up.

I average about 30 hits per month and alot of impressions.

In my personal opinion it is worth it for what you spend for the extra advertising.

Keep your limit to $1 per day just in case someone spams you ! I learned a big lesson.

Jeff

carpunky is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 9th Oct 2008, 11:47 AM   #3
Advanced Warrior
War Room Member
 
Jason Fulton's Avatar
 
Join Date: 2008
Location: Sydney , Australia.
Posts: 536
Thanks: 27
Thanked 37 Times in 29 Posts
Default
Re: PPC Advertising and Signups
Share on: 
fb share twitter share gplus share more share

I received over 50 SU prospects recently using PPC, at this stage only 1 has shown any real interest in enrolling. I guess it's hit and miss but if you can target the right key words, i say give it a go.

Jason Fulton is offline   Reply With Quote
Unread 9th Oct 2008, 06:27 PM   #4
Think It, See It - Do It!
War Room Member
 
Kym Robinson's Avatar
 
Join Date: 2008
Location: Outside Perth in Western Australia.
Posts: 1,012
Thanks: 25
Thanked 90 Times in 60 Posts
Default
Re: PPC Advertising and Signups
Share on: 
fb share twitter share gplus share more share

Steve - you are a clever guy, so I think that if you do your homework properly - you'll be ok.
set your budget and target your keywords effectively.
I would do all due dilligance on your niche and go for the best keywords you can find. I dont know that paying the minimum is always the right way to go.
Use google and do some split testing once you have set your words and setup a couple of ad options.
Testing, testing, testing!
Good Luck!
Kym
Kym Robinson is offline   Reply With Quote


Bookmarks

Tags
advertising, ppc, signups


Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off




All times are GMT -6. The time now is 08:57 PM.