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Old 03-03-2010, 05:55 PM
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Default Just created 10 campaigns

I'll keep you posted.

I struggled to find products to promote as some clickbank items seem to be not too popular. So i did 5 that had a large gravity and 5 that had smaller gravity but good products.
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hey mpinelli,

good to hear that you are starting off with this, so am I!
I worked quite a bit with Clickbank on PPC and gravity can be a ellusive concept. As lower gravity doesn't neccessarily mean that no sales are made. It could mean that one affiliate is making millions. On the same token a higher gravity could mean many affiliates trying to promote that product, cause it's an obvious niche, doing one sale and dropping out.

Hence, I think you are doing the perfect thing. Test both!

good luck, keep us posted and hit me on aim if you wanna network.

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Old 03-04-2010, 09:08 PM
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not a single view on any of the campaigns. boring.
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uh, that is boring :-) what network did you use? Did you find any reason for why no impressions? Did you try to increase your bids or daily budget?


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What position are your ads in?
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Old 03-07-2010, 10:07 PM
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ads are all #1. some are even 10 cent bids.....but no traffic since i started this thread. not even one view.

maybe im doing it wrong?

im on directcpv. i even picked 2 or 3 video converter/download programs since thats where their users come from
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Old 03-10-2010, 07:15 PM
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Any update on your campaigns so far?
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not a single view on any campaign
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I've had very few views on my campaigns using my non-stealing version of this technique. I have 15 or 20 URLs targeted total, haven't spent much time on this method. I imagine many products we might choose to target like this won't get traffic from the type of people who have the particular brand of adware used by the traffic network. I suspect this method's results will vary a lot by traffic network.

Also, 10 campaigns might not really be enough to find winners. Coach says:
Anyhow, I'll do this for 5 days straight, launching 5 to 10 per network so I have batches going on all five
I estimate he means 'per network per day', so he's got 25-50 campaigns per network at the end of 5 days. With 6 networks, that's 150-300 campaigns.
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Old 03-13-2010, 12:24 AM
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Are these very obscure offers?
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