Do Any of You Advertise on

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by jhoecannon, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. jhoecannon

    jhoecannon New Member

    Have any of you tried advertising your products on or If so, what kind of success did you have?
  2. Marktech

    Marktech Member

    Paid-to-Click mailing programs are programs that can get decent numbers of clicks to a website but very few to NONE will be buying. This us untargeted traffic.

    Paid-to-click participants are looking to promote their OWN program mostly.

    I've heard that mass mailings traffic is a little more targeted than Paid-to-click. I've heard that solo type ad mailings work better but are also more expensive.

    Of course, having your own list of targeted customers in a particular niche to mail to would be ideal - THAT is targeted traffic.
  3. thebart

    thebart New Member

    I agree with Mark, my experience is that nearly all of the traffic you are going to get on a paid-to-click campaign will be untargeted and will not convert for you.
  4. coffee

    coffee New Member

    I never heard of either of them.
    Recently I started with Google Ads.
  5. jhoecannon

    jhoecannon New Member

    I have to agree with all of you. I spent $10 for 1000 clicks. I advertised an inexpensive product for $12. I did not get any sales.
  6. thebart

    thebart New Member

    jhoe just proves the point that the traffic that paid-to-click generates for you is no where near targeted enough to generate the final sales that we all need. There are much higher quality traffic generation methods avaliable to our online business models, we just need to be willing to invest the time and energy to make them work for us.
  7. CopynProfit

    CopynProfit New Member

    Its a complete waste of time if you ask me, Google Adwords is the way to go.
  8. jhoecannon

    jhoecannon New Member

    Have you had any luck with Google Adwords? If so, how long have you been using it?

    I have only tried Adwords sparingly over the last few weeks - made only 1 sale, on my first ad, that Google didn't like and later raised my bid price to $10.00. Since then, I have tried 5-6 other ads. I have had basically three problems - 1) Initially, Google tells me it will only cost $.25 - $.35 for a keyword, but after I place the ad (with the keyword in the Title and Display URL) the bid price goes up to $1.00 - $1.25 to get on the first page. 2) I have been told the bid price will go down within a short period of time - I have yet to see this. And, 3) I pay the bid price to get on the 1st page, I get clicks, but no sales - when paying $1.00/click, you only affor 15 -25 clicks to still make a profit on most Clickbank products.

    If you have experience with Google Adwords, I would like to hear from you if you have had sililar problems and how you may have worked around these problems.
  9. jhoecannon

    jhoecannon New Member

    You have not responded to my question above.

    Does anyone with Google Adwords experience had experiences I have described above and how have you worked around these problems?
  10. newbiz02

    newbiz02 New Member

    I might be wrong, but i think people are using autoclickers, to click to your sites, so its traffic, but a human isn't even seeing it.

    thats what i think is happening.
  11. jaesun16

    jaesun16 New Member

    Yes, you can advertise your website for paid to click


    I believe you can find good paid to click site.

    I know, one of them but I can not promote them in this forum..

    Answer is yes, you can pay for traffics~

    Happy day~^^[​IMG]
  12. baine316

    baine316 New Member

    All your repliers are right, all these ppc site make money from you and rarely for you. There are some people who can make these sites work for them but they're a rarer breed than you would expect from all the hype about these sites.

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