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Old 07-29-2008, 04:19 AM
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I had a url on traffic vance I was bidding on a few days ago and here are the stats;

spend 0.18
earned $180

100% conversion on a $10 offer. fucking awesome

so I dumped a shit load of urls into the campaign and the traffic stopped converting. I delete them all except for my 1 good one and it starts converting again. I spend 0.20 to make $40 a day on average.

hmmmm

so I'm testing my campaigns with 1 url per campaign. every time i try to dump more urls and keywords into a campaign it seemd to affect traffic to my seed or best url. I'll keep you posted...
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Old 07-29-2008, 07:13 AM
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are you self-targeting url with this one?
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Old 07-29-2008, 03:20 PM
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Harry, have you had success on Adon? Just wondering how hard I should try to get in with them.
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Joel, after 4 weeks of fucking around Adon finally approved me today. I'll start testing soon.

My theory is that with traffic vance if you dump loads of keywords/urls into a campaign then it spreads the impressions around.

I'm getting better results with just 1-3 urls/keywords per campaign.

so 10 campaigns with 3 keywords/urls will do better than 1 campaign with 30.

why is this so?

who knows, but it is an interesting observation.
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hmmm.... interesting.

I will have to test this.
I will let you know if I get the same results of more traffic from less keywords.
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Old 07-30-2008, 07:54 PM
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Originally Posted by harry1970 View Post
Joel, after 4 weeks of fucking around Adon finally approved me today. I'll start testing soon.

My theory is that with traffic vance if you dump loads of keywords/urls into a campaign then it spreads the impressions around.

I'm getting better results with just 1-3 urls/keywords per campaign.

so 10 campaigns with 3 keywords/urls will do better than 1 campaign with 30.

why is this so?

who knows, but it is an interesting observation.
I was suspecting this too, with Zango.

It would seem to make the url research less valuable, wouldn't it?
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:31 PM
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not unless you laser target it.

its a bit like having 1 keyword per adgroup in adwords.

I'm dumping medium sized amounts ie 20-40 targets in a campaign, then if I find some winners I launch another campaign with 1 or 2 keywords/urls only.

this seems to be working.
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do you remove the kw from the old campaign or run both?
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Only 30 - 40? Shit, I've been dumping hundreds of urls in my campaigns, no wonder it didn't work.
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