Jaybot-san hits $790 profit in 1 day.
A new record has been set.
What did it take? About 20 pages of persistent updates.
Cost to reach these profits? About $1200.
Where did the majority of those high $XXX/day profits appear from?
What if I told you that you never have to optimize your campaigns again?
Be done with all the tweaking but still get enough conversions to call yourself a proud affiliate?
Too compelling to be true?
Yet, it is true.
Please, welcome CPA Goal:
...campaign optimization algorithm by PropellerAds.
— And who’re you again?
We’re PropellerAds, #1 traffic source for advertisers and affiliate marketers. People come to us to launch campaigns all over the world so we know the drill.
— And what’s the drill?
So, we have this smart pricing model, CPA Goal. It works for OnClick popunders and now also on push notifications — ta-daaa!
It’s so smart that it only needs your desired conversion price to optimize the heck out of a campaign.
In short, it analyzes how well your campaign converts on certain shares of traffic and buys out those that perform best.
— How is that beyond human capacity? I can do the same by pumping the bid!
Yes, you can. But then you’d be wasting money. If some clicks cost $0,05, why pay $1 for them?
CPA Goal changes the bid dynamically. As a result, you get the most conversions at the most reasonable price.
— Fine, sold! Let’s talk details.
CPA Goal works best on simple offers with a short conversion flow.
That means, it might get confused if, to convert, the user needs to register, provide their credit card info, buy life insurance and submit a recent drug test.
So, try these:
Single Opt-In registrations (SOI)
In this case, your hottest verticals would be:
So, how about you never do manual optimization again?
One newbie asked for hosting suggestions.
I am following @vortex tutorial for beginners, but still would appreciate suggestions for affordable and effective hosting for beginners. Thanks.”
And STM mods and experts jumped in with suggestions ranging from:
Typical VPS services from Digital Ocean and Vultr
When you should get a CDN and why sometimes it doesn’t matter
Additionally, the newbie gets some much-needed encouragement to refrain from overthinking and to start taking action.
“Doing this project is the most fun I've had this year.”
This is a different follow along and a fresh take on a unique niche.
@fastestexit is building up their own offer and making money while doing so. The follow along is already profitable.
"I've negotiated a deal and created a mutually beneficial offer for a client and my organization. I'm also using less common tools and a brand new ad network.
Marketing a timeshare exit company is incredibly difficult. People meet it with a lot of skepticism because there are a lot of companies that charge people thousands of dollars and later do nothing to help them end their contract. On Adwords, clicks go for around $20. Facebook is tough because people leave hostile comments on your advertisements multiple times a day, driving away potential customers. Being both budget-minded and technical, I wanted to find other traffic sources that might be more effective for my purposes. Push fits the bill."
Quite different from the rest this follow along focuses on:
Marketing a timeshare exit company
And at the same time selling travel leads to a travel company
Using mostly push traffic in Mexico
Custom landing pages and super interesting setup
Testing unique traffic sources.