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Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by goggaboss, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. goggaboss

    goggaboss Affiliate affiliate

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    hello members!

    i am try to promote cpa offers with 7search..Can you tell me please whats type of offers is good for 7search..

    Casino, Dating,Iphone,Ipad, etc..Please Suggest me.....
     
  2. cord marston

    cord marston Affiliate affiliate

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    Email submits can work, not exactly the best ROI in the world but I've never lost money promoting email submits on 7search.
     
  3. kraken

    kraken Affiliate affiliate

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    7search can work as a 2nd tier traffic source, and you can try offers like zip and email submits.
     
  4. goggaboss

    goggaboss Affiliate affiliate

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    Thanks for giving your Opinions..I Will Try it on 7search and i will share my expirence soon

    Can u tell me Which Niche i promote for Zip and Email submit........:)
     
  5. btmdario

    btmdario Moderator moderator Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    Victoria`s Secret offer example...
     
  6. goggaboss

    goggaboss Affiliate affiliate

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    I Run my ads on 7search. my ads is still showing in top 3 i get thousands of impressions..but no click.
     
  7. mattyboy

    mattyboy Affiliate affiliate

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    Maybe have a look at your ad copy. I would start there and make changes to see if clicks come in. Next, where I'm targeting. I've never used 7search personally, but I'm sure you can select/optimize where you're targeting for which offer you're running. Just my 0.02! :)
     
  8. linnet

    linnet Affiliate affiliate

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    I'm thinking of using it too. Don't know how much conversion I will get. But i heard its one of the best in PPC .
     
  9. evaldascpabeyond

    evaldascpabeyond CPA Beyond LLC affiliate

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    I don't suggest You to use offers with small payout (0.80-1.80$), better You should pick some Diet/Health/Muscles offers and get better EPC and payout. Good luck!

    Regards,
    Evaldas
     
  10. ezeey

    ezeey Affiliate affiliate

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    If you're getting high impressions but no clicks it's probably your ad copy, remember with 7search you can get away with ad copy you usually wouldn't be able to with other PPC network like AdWords.
     
  11. sstins

    sstins Affiliate affiliate

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    Very probably stupid question....

    how do you see ctr report for multiple ads with 7search?

    thanks - Steve
     
  12. acidut

    acidut Affiliate affiliate

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    You the Campaigns section you have a button on each campaign where you can see detailed stats.

    This button button.png

    Hope this helped
     
  13. th3t3chguy

    th3t3chguy Affiliate affiliate

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    I've lost a lot of money with 7search. It needs a lot of tracking to be done and I wasn't the best at it. If I were you I would start with Adwords or Bing ads or FB ads. Good Luck.
     
  14. lokiys

    lokiys Get your fix Ninja! affiliate

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    What you want to tell that Adwords or Bing ads or FB ads do not need lot of tracking and analytic ? You are on wrong way then ;) Good luck you buddy :D
     
  15. bravo75

    bravo75 Affiliate affiliate

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    Not a very helpful reply. All PPC networks need a lot of tracking. The one thing that you have to remember is that you will have to be willing to lose money while testing offers. I generally let a campaign run until I get around 2-300 clicks a day (depending on the payout.) If I can get a couple of conversions, I will let the campaign run for 3 or 4 days.
    This will give me sufficient amount of data and I can start deleting unprofitable subid's and keywords. If I can break even or profitable, I will start testing new keywords and rinse and repeat the data collecting process. This takes time (and money). What you are really doing here is "squeezing out" a profitable campaign.(for a lack of better words.) In a nutshell, this is basically what needs to be done. For me, it's a labor of love, for other it will be a pain in the ass.
     

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