by MHelix
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Had great success with PPC over the last few days using a SEM tool. Found 925 keywords in the highly competitive 'weight loss' and 'make money at home niche' was getting clicks for $0.05.

In total I spent around $120.00 on PPC and had a return of $x,xxx.xx even though my click-to-purchase ratio was lower than 10% for the most part.

I would like to thank everyone on the warrior forum! I have lurked here for many years and just now registered as I am finally proud of my achievements. I have been in IM for years and have made a career of it; though it has finally all came together with this push.

From 5/2-5/6 I added 1,168 subscribers to my list via landing pages, and had 224 sales at $47.00 average. This is obviously before refunds, etc. Though the beauty part is that all of these products are recurring, I hope I get a good run off the follow up commissions.

So here is my advice to those in PPC if you are not using a landing page to qualify, prep, and squeeze your clicks you are losing money. When someone clicks your ad they are expressing their intent to inquire about the product. Use this to your benefit by hyping and squeezing - they will gladly swap an email for an opportunity to see the product that your hyping so hard.

Hope everyone had a nice weekend, I certainly did; took my better half to six flags.

Best Wishes,

-Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author razorhound
    Congratulations! Which SEM tool are you talking about?
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      It's proprietary; but don't fret I am not selling it. You can use a few tools to generate the same results my tool does; though one thing I found that set this campaign apart from any other I ran is that I used a ton of misspelled keywords.

      When I first was doing my research for KW's I was at about $0.89 a click and that would have ate my budget up quickly, though even at full price I would have seen profit just not to the extreme I saw it using misspelled KWs. So in short I changed a few filters in my KW tool and generated a little over 900 5 cent keywords.

      Hope this helps you!

      -Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Which PPC are you building the email list with (Adwords)?
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post

      Which PPC are you building the email list with (Adwords)?
      AdWords and AdCenter, if you want I can give you the percentages of the signups from each source.

      -Jason
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by MHelix View Post

        AdWords and AdCenter, if you want I can give you the percentages of the signups from each source.

        -Jason
        Ok, post the percentages.

        I find it interesting that you built the list so quickly & also had a 19.18% conversion rate on email subscribers.

        Did you immediately try to sell the product after the PPC traffic confirmed the email subscription to the list?
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        • Profile picture of the author MHelix
          Originally Posted by yukon View Post

          Ok, post the percentages.

          I find it interesting that you built the list so quickly & also had a 19.18% conversion rate on email subscribers.

          Did you immediately try to sell the product after the PPC traffic confirmed the email subscription to the list?
          I think you're missing my actual strategy which is understandable because I did not volunteer it. My campaign differed from every other campaign I have done in one major way, in terms of the list.

          Click -> Lander -> Choice

          Once the user get's to the choice he or she can:
          A) Sign-Up for the mailing list.
          B) Proceed directly to the product.

          So not everyone signed up for the mailing list. On top of that those who did not subscribe sometimes did not buy the product I was promoting (obviously). Now on the other hand some people did subscribe and out of those not all of them purchased.

          So when I initially posted I said most campaigns were under 10% conversion; so your 19% is flawed; however, you thought that only my purchases came from subscribers and I can see the misunderstanding.
          So in short I do not force people to sign up to my list to see the product that would be a waste of advertising dollars. I use something like this:

          "Now you have a choice to make, you can provide your contact information in the box below, or you can be sent directly to xxxxxxx. Either way you will be on your way to success; However you will not have the backing of an established marketing company behind you. We will not send you affiliate offer after offer, we will send you solid industry proven advice at no charge! Keep in mind we got you to our page, right? We know how to get customers and again we will share this knowledge at no cost. You will never see this offer again, choose wisely."

          As you can see the user gets a choice of which branch to take, I would never force a sign up to a list before the offer was given. Also the beauty part is when the user signs up to the list I dump them over to the affiliate offer as the thank you page. (Don't want to cool down a hot buyer)

          So I had 925 keywords between 7 campaigns; I received 2,263 clicks and made 224 sales. So as you can see it is below 10% across all 7 campaigns; however I had two campaigns that were around 16% in terms of clicks to sales.

          Out of the subscribers; 831 came from AdCenter and 337 from AdCenter; this number is slightly skewed because I did not have different forms for the two until I realized I needed to track this. So AdWords could have been higher, I won't know until next case study.

          Hope this satisfies your query. If not please feel free to post any other questions you may have; I am more than happy to help the people (warrior collective) who helped me.

          -Jason

          Edit:

          And before you ask I received a great opt-in rate due to the awesome perks I was offering the reader. I would share these details but at this point I rather use them a bit longer myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Grant
    Congrats, Jason. Continue to keep that head low and working and you'll find this as a little blip on your map
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    Originally Posted by Mike Grant View Post

    Congrats, Jason. Continue to keep that head low and working and you'll find this as a little blip on your map
    Mike,

    I honestly think that staying out of the spotlight helped me achieve what I have to this point. All of the warriors have posted useful information that I have assimilated over the years. I thought it was time to let people know that the information on this forum works. The great part is that the majority of information obtained was posted for free in post just like this one.

    Before I go I just want to say that I really have a swell of pride built up. I never dreamed of making nearly $10,000 in four days. The ironic part of the whole thing is that I built these PPC campaigns as a case study to demonstrate you can make a decent living at PPC if you apply the effort. This was an attempt to bring traffic to my new blog and get subscribers to my list; I never even dreamed the campaigns would preform so well. I gave the exact swap of ad copy and keywords to everyone on my list, hope they will find the value that I did.

    Anyhow one more thank you to all you warriors, and for your kind words Mike. Have a good one!

    -Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    Hello all;

    I have received a few PMs about how I am doing my campaigns and I am more than willing to answer these questions. Though due to my low post count I can't reply to your PMs. So please pose your questions here and I will gladly answer them; this will also allow other warriors to benefit from the answers.

    Thanks,
    -Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author rosesmark
    Congrats guys
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    To answer the top questions I have been getting in PMs.

    How do you exactly promote an affiliate offer while building your list?

    I offer the user (client who clicked the ad) a bonus in addition to the product they want to buy. This is not PLR it is simply stating the perks of being on my mailing list. I then provide an affiliate link directly to the product if they choose not to subscribe or a aweber form if they do; and if they do subscribe I redirect the thank you page to the affiliate offer.

    What recurring products would it be good to promote?

    Well since this was a case study I don't know how many will stay subscribed. I will get back to this question in more detail in the next 30 days.

    Any samples would be greatly appreciated (landing pages and products with recurring commissions).

    I would be more than happy to provide samples but I rather keep my URLs off of the forum. No offense guys but I like my traffic to come from sources that I have been targeting. So you can PM me your e-mail and I will send you a link to my best converting lander.

    Also be sure to ask your questions on this thread so the entire community can benefit from the answers.

    Thanks,

    -Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    I use what I like to call bottom feeder keywords. They are minimum bid keywords for the related niche. So most people pick high volume keywords and only a couple of them directly related to their niche or product they are selling; there is nothing wrong with this if your willing to pay the premium. However I like to use at least 400 keywords a campaign that receive a low volume then this is exponential, you can have 1 keyword that gets let's say 1000 impressions a day or 10 keywords that get 100, it all ads up to the same.

    I believe I am going to start a warrior for hire thread and provide research for warriors on keywords, if you are struggling like you say I would be honored to provide you a review copy. Just send me a PM and I would be more than happy to help you.

    If you are not interested in that just use your keyword tools and try to drill down to related but relatively under trafficked keywords. I identified a keyword in the 'make money at home' niche and it has been the difference in my campaigns.

    Anyhow any other questions feel free to ask!

    Edit:

    Might be worth stating that my 925 keywords mentioned over 7 campaigns do not include duplicate keywords shared between all campaigns.
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    Ironically enough I just purchased a war room subscription; So I will be happy to PM you my e-mail. Talk about good timing! Give me a few minutes and I will send that PM.
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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    Sorry everyone! I have been gone for a few days almost a week! Will get to all the PMs when I can. My wife and I bought a Subway franchise! Been training for that.

    -J
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  • Profile picture of the author yellowtaxi
    hey thanks for sharing your success and tips, so big thumbs up for you

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    • Profile picture of the author ezeway
      Welldone! And congratulations! I started PPC campaigns about a week ago myself, but without squeeze pages... Gonna fix that now. Can you pm me your best converting lander? Thanks in advance!
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      • Profile picture of the author MHelix
        ezeway et al;

        I have had my inbox blown up by request for these converting strategies. Was thinking about packaging them up and releasing them as a WSO. With that said I have made a few tweaks to my campaign strategy and increased opt-ins to a new level.

        I think by now everyone knows my strategy; if you pay for a lead (click) then YOU need to squeeze it. My newly developed code allows to squeeze, qualify, and sell all in the same visit. This is epic and I am sure everyone will agree.

        Anyhow the landers convert, the new system doubles it. I will be starting a new thread with more details.

        Apologies for any grammar mistakes in a hurry this morning! Got my last day of franchise owner training, all paid for by IM; thanks again WF.

        -Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author yellowtaxi
    Hello MHelix,

    I just send you a Pm hope you check that out

    thanks

    Vibhor
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    My single biggest problem (probably true for many others) with PPC is landing page quality. I just can't make head or tail of what the (/&(/& they want, so I pretty much gave up trying. I do fine with SEO, I am really not sure I need PPC, but still, if you have any tips on quality score they would be very welcome.
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  • Profile picture of the author BDE4Live
    Thanks for all this info. When you talk about landing page and squezz page are you referring to the same page or it is 2 diffrent pages. Ate they easy to build .
    Thanks also just send you a pm. Contrads on your sucess
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  • Profile picture of the author SarahMcCrary
    How do you target keywords in the PPC campaign? I've heard that the keywords that we target in SEO are different from those we should choose in PPC. Or else it will empty our pockets without any conversion. Is it true?
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    • Profile picture of the author movemaker
      congrats bro..thats pretty good. keep up the good work. im still trying to reach what you are hitting with ease.

      good stuff
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      • Profile picture of the author movemaker
        in one of the messages above you mentioned AdCenter twice. Did you mean to say AdCenter & AdWords as far as your traffic sources?
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  • Profile picture of the author Miggy123
    Good work MHelix!

    Much like yourself I was/am a bit of a "lurker" but your post forced me to write.

    I would be interested to know which match types you use and how you setup your campaigns? Number of keywords, adgroups, ads etc.

    Cheers

    ps. Good luck with your Subway venture :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by markowe View Post

      My single biggest problem (probably true for many others) with PPC is landing page quality. I just can't make head or tail of what the (/&(/& they want, so I pretty much gave up trying. I do fine with SEO, I am really not sure I need PPC, but still, if you have any tips on quality score they would be very welcome.
      My landing pages are simple text only blog pages, seriously. Though I have built a new system that converts much better and it is using very professional landers. Though for the case study it was just a decent looking free template and a compelling hook.

      Originally Posted by BDE4Live View Post

      Thanks for all this info. When you talk about landing page and squezz page are you referring to the same page or it is 2 diffrent pages. Ate they easy to build .
      Thanks also just send you a pm. Contrads on your sucess
      In the case of what I have been explaining they are the same.

      Originally Posted by SarahMcCrary View Post

      How do you target keywords in the PPC campaign? I've heard that the keywords that we target in SEO are different from those we should choose in PPC. Or else it will empty our pockets without any conversion. Is it true?
      I target words directly related to what I am promoting. Full product names, authors, etc.. I would never use a term like 'make money at home' because that would empty the bank.

      Originally Posted by movemaker View Post

      congrats bro..thats pretty good. keep up the good work. im still trying to reach what you are hitting with ease.

      good stuff
      It took a long damn time to get to this point. Don't give up EVER.

      Originally Posted by movemaker View Post

      in one of the messages above you mentioned AdCenter twice. Did you mean to say AdCenter & AdWords as far as your traffic sources?
      Must have mistaken I was using both AdCenter and AdWords.

      Originally Posted by Miggy123 View Post

      Good work MHelix!

      Much like yourself I was/am a bit of a "lurker" but your post forced me to write.

      I would be interested to know which match types you use and how you setup your campaigns? Number of keywords, adgroups, ads etc.

      Cheers

      ps. Good luck with your Subway venture :-)
      I generally have around 2,000+ KWs per product I am promoting. I use the cheap keywords nothing over 5 cents or so. Also the Subway venture was one of my best plays yet, employed several folks and it generates a solid revenue. At this point my second shop is being built out.

      EDIT: To clarify the keywords; You will not always find thousands of Keywords for your product that are cheap, in the case of this study if you read the initial post I found 900 or so for weight loss that were dirt cheap.

      The best way to do keywords is think in exponents, 900 KWs at 10 clicks a day = 9000 clicks a day. As opposed to one keyword at 9000 clicks a day. When I was in sales training the guy there said something that stuck, literally. "if you throw enough shit against the wall some of it will stick."

      -Jason

      PS

      Sorry for the late replies been horribly busy as of late.
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  • Profile picture of the author BAC
    how to change .80$ bid to .10$ in adwrods and also get ranked...how? plz explain

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  • Profile picture of the author MHelix
    BAC it's very simple G will let you bid down any keyword that doesn't hit 1,200 a month in search volume.
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  • Profile picture of the author stunt101pmiey
    Are there any specific things your doing as far as writing ads that would better your clicks? Conversions as far as landing page. Im still new to PPC and social media. Trying to make it happen. Any advice would help.
    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author wizz1981
    Jason do you have any example of a landing page ? Can you PM Because my posts are lower than 50 so i cannot PM you
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by stunt101pmiey View Post

      Are there any specific things your doing as far as writing ads that would better your clicks? Conversions as far as landing page. Im still new to PPC and social media. Trying to make it happen. Any advice would help.
      Thanks
      I use the most relevant ad copy. I do not lie or down play a product such as "XXXXX is a SCAM!!" Make sure you are clear what product your ad leads to in your copy, otherwise you will get curious folks and not buyers.


      Originally Posted by wizz1981 View Post

      Jason do you have any example of a landing page ? Can you PM Because my posts are lower than 50 so i cannot PM you
      I actually have an entire system that is boxed up and ready for WSO, I do not have the time to release it yet. I am engaged in my offline businesses currently.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eugene77
    Thank you for sharing, i was getting ready to gear my focus to PPC, after ready your post, i'm definitely going to give it a go to built my email list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tocholke
    Jason, will done. I've been making small profits on my last few ppc campaigns. This was using low payout cpa offers. About $1.50 each but it barely makes anything. Youre getting $47 per sale? Are you promoting clickbank offers?
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  • Profile picture of the author APRAffiliates
    Nice results. Real Estate is another heavy competitive keyword. If your methods work well then you should consider our affiliate program. Since you got a nice proprietary tool you might be able to score really competitive misspelt keywords and utilize your strategy.

    Good luck with the continued hard work and thanks for sharing your tips!
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by Eugene77 View Post

      Thank you for sharing, i was getting ready to gear my focus to PPC, after ready your post, i'm definitely going to give it a go to built my email list.
      It is bar none the best way to build a targeted list.

      Originally Posted by Tocholke View Post

      Jason, will done. I've been making small profits on my last few ppc campaigns. This was using low payout cpa offers. About $1.50 each but it barely makes anything. Youre getting $47 per sale? Are you promoting clickbank offers?
      Exclusively at the time of the initial post. Edit: Also PPC and CPA is really a dead end unless you have deep pockets. Look into PPV.

      Originally Posted by MikeWike View Post

      Well done! However, I have read that Adwords doesn't like affiliates. What kind of product it was, from CB? How did you managed to bypass their rules : )?
      I follow their rules to a T, however, that can not tell you what page your page links to, for example AdWords redirects to lander(my server), I squeeze the hit, then pass the hit to the product.

      Originally Posted by APRAffiliates View Post

      Nice results. Real Estate is another heavy competitive keyword. If your methods work well then you should consider our affiliate program. Since you got a nice proprietary tool you might be able to score really competitive misspelt keywords and utilize your strategy.

      Good luck with the continued hard work and thanks for sharing your tips!
      I have been doing a lot of credit card offers and doing very well, still have not broke my low bid rule either.

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      With all that said sorry for the delayed responses I have so much going on right now. I have two eateries I opened and a backup product for University students that I had developed.

      Keep the faith guys and gals there is money out there, it took me years to become what I consider a success. Keep your head down, stay out of the spotlight, and focus on ONE thing at a time; until your established.
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  • Profile picture of the author nadia miller
    wow...wonderful ......gr8 to listen about you success...best of luck further
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  • Profile picture of the author K Mec
    Hi,

    I tried this method earlier but got my adword account ban as some affiliate offers links there on my page.

    My question is :

    Google allows the ads which offers subscription or affiliate offers?
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by nadia miller View Post

      wow...wonderful ......gr8 to listen about you success...best of luck further
      Thanks.

      Originally Posted by K Mec View Post

      Hi,

      I tried this method earlier but got my adword account ban as some affiliate offers links there on my page.

      My question is :

      Google allows the ads which offers subscription or affiliate offers?
      Yes, in short. Best practice is to look at what everyone else is doing, the days of direct linking CB to profit are over. Google will most certainly allow you to advertise a lander that leads to a product, think of all of those landers that lead to Netflix and the million pother CPA offers.

      It sounds like something was a bit 'devious' with your campaigns to get a ban. AdWords bans are less likely that AdSense bans because of the way the money flows in as opposed to out.

      Anyhow best of luck.
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      • Profile picture of the author socialbacklink
        Originally Posted by MHelix View Post

        Thanks.



        Yes, in short. Best practice is to look at what everyone else is doing, the days of direct linking CB to profit are over. Google will most certainly allow you to advertise a lander that leads to a product, think of all of those landers that lead to Netflix and the million pother CPA offers.

        It sounds like something was a bit 'devious' with your campaigns to get a ban. AdWords bans are less likely that AdSense bans because of the way the money flows in as opposed to out.

        Anyhow best of luck.
        Great thread MHelix. So many have tried to say PPC is dead. Far from it. Glad to see someone showing some success with it. And congrats on the franchises.

        As far as the banned accounts go he's right. Most likely you got 3 strikes on compliance. The trick is to cloak those affiliate links. If you are showing off your links it's not a good thing. Normally I'll use go codes or something like that. http://www.yourdomain.com/go/nameofoffer. If it's in doubt with Google they will kick it out.
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  • Profile picture of the author FrankRumbauskas
    Good stuff and congrats!

    One word of warning though, be careful with using straight squeeze pages. I've seen MANY clients get their AdWords accounts banned for sending traffic to a squeeze page. It even happened to me once and it took a solid month of calling and emailing to finally get a sympathetic ear at Google to re-activate my account, only after I'd dropped the squeeze pages and set up a landing page with full navigation and more robust content.
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by socialbacklink View Post

      Great thread MHelix. So many have tried to say PPC is dead. Far from it. Glad to see someone showing some success with it. And congrats on the franchises.

      As far as the banned accounts go he's right. Most likely you got 3 strikes on compliance. The trick is to cloak those affiliate links. If you are showing off your links it's not a good thing. Normally I'll use go codes or something like that. http://www.yourdomain.com/go/nameofoffer. If it's in doubt with Google they will kick it out.
      I have ran about a small fortune through PPC and have no issues. Just be sure your lander fully describes the offer, and, the PURPOSE of your mailing list.

      Originally Posted by Super Money Maker View Post

      thanks for sharing this with us
      No Problem! I have been working on a PPV thread been killing CPA.

      Originally Posted by FrankRumbauskas View Post

      Good stuff and congrats!

      One word of warning though, be careful with using straight squeeze pages. I've seen MANY clients get their AdWords accounts banned for sending traffic to a squeeze page. It even happened to me once and it took a solid month of calling and emailing to finally get a sympathetic ear at Google to re-activate my account, only after I'd dropped the squeeze pages and set up a landing page with full navigation and more robust content.
      No issues with AdWords at all, then again I do not pull any shenanigans, people know what they are getting when they utilize my links.
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    Congrats, Jason. Continue to keep that head low and working
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  • Profile picture of the author Mikestankowski
    Congrats man! I've had some recent PPC success myself.
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    • Profile picture of the author MHelix
      Originally Posted by Warock View Post

      Congrats, Jason. Continue to keep that head low and working
      Thanks! By the way that's the "secret no guru wants you to know" keeping your head low and staying focused!

      Originally Posted by Mikestankowski View Post

      Congrats man! I've had some recent PPC success myself.
      Sweet, PPC is far from dead; that's for damn sure. Once you hit four figure days let me know and we can mash-up some campaigns. My ad spend these days is almost as much as the WSO sellers claim they make in a year.. haha!

      With that said I am always available to answer warrior questions and swap ideas.

      Just keep in mind I only check the forums once or twice a week. So don't be upset if you don't hear from me in a few days.
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