Lazy Neo’s ability to _freely manipulate the simulated reality of push traffic sources_ is proof he’s the chosen one.
Hear ye the details:
Push traffic - many sources, 2-3 being the juicy, big number ones
Offer - you thought we’d let this out to the freebie-vultures? Even though you can’t find it anywhere right now...it’s related to cleaning yer PC master-race device, revealed inside
Conversion flow -CPI + CPS
Bid type -CPA/CPC
GEOs - Many, can’t count this far
Campaign lifetime - About 2 months
3 different landers and aggressive vs tame creatives (unexpected results).
Total Cost: $101,370.32
*Note on ROI - actually 5-10% higher, lazy Neo is a cautious, wise man - he adds a 20% traffic loss by default in all his trackers by default.
P.S. But why did The Chosen One give us a golden egg on a silver plate?
P.P.S. Also, lemme just plant the thought of CPS campaigns - you’d expect a lander to work heaps better, no? wink wink
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Total stats post wild boar Youtube siege:
Spend: 276.62 €
Revenue: 1,138.63 €
CPA: 12.5 €
But actually, this is with a rather broken tracking and incomplete numbers, the real CPA number is around half of that.
But not even the short timeframe in which this siege bore fruit (hehe) is the kicker here.
Not even after nearly a week of ads being stuck in corona-review.
It’s something else:
Some weird patterns emerged after Mr. Tim Wakeboarder launched these crafty Youtube campaigns. Those weird (but profitable) patterns are why their CPAs halved.
It gets even better.
1) Improved SERPs thanks to sneakily positioned advertorials for SEO purposes (shown exactly how inside)
2) Improved performance across all other channels - G search, Google Shopping, Organic/Direct
Nice ROAS indeed.
Also, you’d be surprised at what the actual profitis (revealed in the thread). Lookie here wipes tear:
“it was all worth it because now my family can eat and we don’t have to worry about money“
Spoilers plus birds-eye view of this interesting thead:
Literally nobody (not-one-person on STM) likes doing their own accounting.
Nobody likes to deal with landing pages
Mr. Green gets angry
Quoting Big Mr. Green straight up:
“I'm doing some research around outsourcing in the affiliate industry .
We all have that part of our affiliate work that we either hate, or we just aren't good at.
In the past, there were always things I wanted to outsource, but I either had a bad experience hiring the wrong person, or I never got around to it because it just seemed like more work.
So what would you want to be outsourced if you knew it wouldn't be a hassle?”
Also, one frustrated full-time aff marketer asks where he could outsource some of his burdens.
And then, later on, we get this curious reply by Mr. Green:
_“I think I might have an amazing solution very soon..._