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$10k revenue milestone!

Discussion in 'Success Stories and Bragging' started by servandosilva, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    Hey guys.
    It's been a wild ride here at the Fix learning different CPA offers, verticals and traffic sources but everything pays off.

    I started promoting CPA offers in January (Teespring and gaming offers on Facebook), but just went full time on it 3 months ago back in June.
    I just hit a milestone I thought it could take longer: $10,000 revenue.

    Of course, my ROI was like 85-90%, so you can do the math. The good things is that before August, I just had made around $1,500 overall from Peerfly and Yeahmobi, but I made around $8,500 in August alone from different networks.

    Peerfly Earnings
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    ClickDealer Earnings
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    Yeahmobi Earnings
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    Adjal Earnings
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    Tremendous increase of revenue in the last weeks with many different networks. I'd like to thank my AM from Yeahmobi and Clickdealer. Thanks to them I've been scaling a lot lately.

    Of course, I spent countless hours testing campaigns, checking stats, preparing landers and signing up in many different traffic sources, but at the end it was totally worth it.

    What was my main challenge?
    If you're looking to get started, I had a few things that helped me out a lot:

    1. Pick up a few traffic sources and a fast paying network so your cashflow is good. I had like $5,000 to start, which wasn't that bad. But a fast cashflow can help you launch more campaigns per week.

    2. Learn how to track. This was key to my success. I love Voluum and have a full guide on how to setup subids, Postbacks and more inside the Dojo. This alone helped me go from $0 to a few hundred last month, and now to a few thousands revenue. If tracking is your problem I'll help you step by step in my Voluum's guide.

    3. Treat this as a business and talk to your manager. Don't be shy and call them, email them or whatever you need to get started. A good manager is like having half the conversion already.
    Don't be cheap. Pay your tracker, pay your VPS and pay everything else if needed. If you have less than $500 per month to start, start with something else or get a job to keep spending and learning.

    I hope to break a few more personal records in September/October. We'll see :)
     
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  2. dotbillionaire

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    Thanx for sharing this with us ,it's a very honest milestone,I like the spirit of this community.

    I am begging the forum administrator to ban me if I don't join the dojo this Friday lol...

    I understand having a vps can be a game changer ,But what if u cant afford it at the beginning ?
     
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  3. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    Well. You need money to run campaigns. If you don't have $20-50 to spare per month for a VPS, do you have money to launch campaigns? It's recommended to have $500-1500 per month just for campaigns.
     
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  4. azgold

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    Congrats, Servandosilva! What an excellent milestone! All your hard work is starting to pay off.

    Like your advice about the necessary cash. I've decided not to run any more campaigns until I've got enough money to do a proper job of it.

    Re the VPS, I've looked at a couple because TJ also highly recommends having one but it looks as though a person needs some good technical knowledge to run a VPS or a dedicated server. Is a VPS difficult for those of us challenged with such things, or is there such a thing as an easy-to-use server?
     
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  5. servandosilva

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    Doesn't seem difficult for me, but that's because I've been creating websites for years.
    I've seen some people having troubles with landers and even buying a domain and mapping it to their host, so it could be a challenge if it's totally new for you.

    If you decide to buy a VPS, I can help you via PM/Skype to set it up (shouldn't take more than 15 minutes).
     
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  6. dotbillionaire

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    Okay I thought it was more expensive ...
     
  7. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    You have a deal! ;)
     
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  8. williamrs

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    Congratulations! Keep up the good work.
     
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  9. dotbillionaire

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    I am in...
     
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  10. nethardoto

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    Congratulations! Keep it up!
     
  11. azgold

    azgold Moderator moderator affiliate

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    Thx! I'm not there yet but I have a feeling that I'm going to really need help.
     
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  12. shivendrakhare

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    you people are amazing..Seriously after seeing this income i am jealous.. :p
     
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  13. kulwantnagi

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    Sorry for this dumb question..

    Why do we need VPS?
     
  14. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    No dumb question at all.

    The VPS is where you host your landing pages. You need it to be fast, so you don't use shared hosting.

    Regards.
     
  15. shivendrakhare

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    @servandosilva did you mean virtual private server hosting which is offered by godaddy and many others?
     
  16. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    Yes. Although I wouldn't go with Godaddy for this.
     
  17. shivendrakhare

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    okok.What is difference between normal hosting and this vps hosting?
    i know lil bit about vpn but not about this.
     
  18. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    VPN is a different thing.

    And VPS is normal hosting :)
    But if your question is what's the difference between VPS hosting and Shared hosting, basically the VPS is much faster to handle the requests and traffic for starters.
     
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  19. shivendrakhare

    shivendrakhare Affiliate affiliate

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    Ya i know the diff abut vpn and vps
    Really thanks for this information related to hosting.
     
  20. bluedot

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    Impressive, congratulations! You do mostly mobile these days? What would be the one (mobile) traffic source you'd recommend for a newbie to master? I'm currently learning AdWords as they are one of the biggest traffic sources (if not the biggest) and knowing their platform is always useful.
     
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