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Old 06-27-2009, 07:48 PM
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Hi,

Is there a way to use this method with my own product?

I have a membership site that could use more members/traffic.

I have an affiliate sign up page with PayDotCom

And I have a sales page.

Jim ><>
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Old 06-28-2009, 01:30 AM
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Don't see why it wouldn't work - you could bid on all your competitors. The key would be tracking but you could actually place the tracking pixels from the networks on your success page.

- Jill
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Old 06-28-2009, 01:41 AM
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Hi Jill,

Thank you

Could you write a little outline
as to how I would set it up?

I use "StatCounter" for all my
tracking (except here).

I will do an outline and maybe
you could correct it -?

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--- Insert my website URL into a
PPV provider (Maybe MT?)

--- Grab KW's and put them into MT

--- Use StatCounter - already on the
Sales page and "Thank You" pages.

===========================

And that's it?

Jim ><>

PS: I bet you can't tell I am
Green at this stuff
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Old 06-28-2009, 04:41 AM
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Hi Jim

First 2 steps are right. I've used stats counter before but I can't remember exactly how it works. Thing is its not going to tell you what kw or url is responsible for a sale. But if you get your tracking pixel from MT and then place it on your 'success' page (whatever that is for what you're promoting, eg if its an ebook then you'd put it on the download page). Then when you get a conversion you'll be able to log into MT and see a number in the conversion column next to your campaign. Then when you dig deeper in your reports by clicking on 'targets' you'll see exactly which kw/url was responsible for your conversion. All you costs and conversions are in the one place which will make it easy to tweak.

In MT go to ROI setup and follow the directions there. Its pretty straightforward - should be just cut and paste - but let us know if you have any problems.

- Jill
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Old 06-28-2009, 04:57 PM
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Jill!

Thank you so much for the step-by-step help,

I really needed just that


I can't afford the $200 for MT until next week
but I'll let you know how it goes
when I get it going.

Jim ><>

PS: right now I have a tiny income and I am
hoping to get this off the ground on a
shoe-string budget. That is why I
ask all the detailed questions.

Some say, just do it and you'll learn it,
but I can't afford that method until
I get some income flowing.
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