I signed up Maxbounty Aug 16, approved Aug 19, 2009 Signup Yahoo Search Marketing Aug 18,2009 and started to promote 1 offer with only 6 keywords. Earned $11.8 in 3 days spent only $2.55 which is pretty pretty good ROI. What to do next and what to improve? 1. Add another campaign 2. Increase keywords 3. Increase daily spending limit or maybe remove limit (currently $5) Mistakes that I need to be corrected 1. Geo-targetting (I didn’t target country, the offer is for USA only that’s why they are redirected to a offer (IT IS NOW FIX) 2. Mine for more keywords (this is what I’m going to do next)

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0 Responses to “My First Crack in CPA”

  • Good job, man. I’m learning PPC right now

  • The video doesn’t show exactly which campaigns shown in the Maxbounty and the campaign in Yahoo Search Marketing that’s why it’s not accurate.

    Besides what I showed in Maxbounty are all campaigns EPC average. Most of the CPC though are from YSM.

    Let’s break this down.

    In YSM, I got 0.28CPC and 8 clicks = $2.24 spent. In Maxbounty my total income is $11.8. Let’s say It’s $9~10 are from Yahoo so I still earn ~8 dollars from that campaigns which is a good ROI.

  • Am I being dumb here or are you losing money on this campaign?
    Your EPC is $0.10 and your spend is $0.28 cpc.
    This makes a loss of $0.18 per click?

  • I signed up using my name and my website cliffordx(dot)com

  • did you sign up at maxbounty with a company name or just as a person?
    sorry about my english


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