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Default WHats the average ROI of your campaigns?

Hi guys,

When are you satisfied with a campaign? I guess 100% ROI?

Just tell me plz

Also, how much do you spend on average to test a campaign?

Thanks a lot!
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Old 04-21-2011, 10:35 PM
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when i first started off in this game i was constantly shooting for 100% roi, now it's just a balance of positive ROI and time management and each campaign is a bit different really. if something is netting me 10% roi and it's a snap to manage i'll keep it up.

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Ok thanks, yeah I guess 100% ROI is what we should target at the beginning when we have little money, then when your budget is larger maybe no less than 40% I think should be good...

Well thanks, I'm a bit afraid to start even I dont know really why, I guess it's due to my tiny budget...anyway, it's better to start than doing nothing....
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I always target 100% but if it's making money and above 10% I'm happy.
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I like to shoot for 100%...It also depends on the payout, if its a low payout offer I'll run it down to 10%, but larger payout stuff I try and never dip below 30%..the conversions are so much more granular that a dip in conversions can mean a negative ROI really quickly.

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Old 04-22-2011, 09:08 PM
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I like to shoot for 100%...It also depends on the payout, if its a low payout offer I'll run it down to 10%, but larger payout stuff I try and never dip below 30%..the conversions are so much more granular that a dip in conversions can mean a negative ROI really quickly.
Well said, Ian. I completely agree.

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ROI is entirely depenent on your traffic source. EX: PPV sometimes have ROI's well over 100%, and media buys have ROI's under 10% but stable.
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agreeable with all the responses in this thread

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Originally Posted by JohnPeterson View Post
RIO, is completely a new term to me, it would better if you would expain that in brief for me.
Return On Investment (ROI) Definition

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