The following is a guest post from my friend Bank. He’s very good at PPV marketing and if you’re interested in the steps to setting up a successful PPV campaign I think you will really enjoy what he has to say.
Many of you already know that adult dating is one of the best money makers in all countries. Although it’s not my favorite niche, I have also recently tried it and made around $4k+. This might not be “big” money especially for this niche, but for many newbies a $4k+ case study would be a good for them to learn from and help them start their next winning campaigns.
So, I’m going to reveal all steps I have taken in creating profitable campaigns in this space.
The topics I’m going to cover are:
How I chose the offers How I selected the PPV targets Direct Link vs Landing Page The Bidding Strategy How I determine and cut my losses with bad targets The direct link results How I create the PPV landing page Split testing and optimization The landing page results How I scale up my campaigns Conclusion How I Chose The Offers
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The following is a guest post by my friend Dave Bird. Dave has written for LukePeerFly.com before with his awesome article on social proof. Enjoy!
Landing page segmentation, three little words that kept rattling in my head as I poured another drink. It was a night like any other, the sun was down, the Jack was open, and there were no signs of getting any sleep. But I was used to keeping my eyes peeled in this line of work – peeled like a banana in the hands of a starving monkey.
She had asked for my help, the kind of dame an ordinary guy like you and me could only ever dream of, and even though I wasn’t in the habit of sharing my secrets, I could never say no to a pretty face. “I want to find the kind of traffic that converts” she said.
“Of course you do,” I told her. “We’re all searching for that special someone.”
She didn’t get my meaning and her eyes looked at me as if I had just said a dirty word, so I proceeded to explain:
When it comes to your digital marketing efforts, marketing to mixed traffic can be → Continue Reading
Without social proof, there is only so much the design of your landing page can achieve when it comes to influencing people’s decisions to purchase your product or sign up to your service. Because webpages are such ‘static’ environments, they rarely account for the concerns that go through consumers’ minds in the real-working world before making that kind of commitment. After all, your visitors aren’t just clicks, they are real people with genuine thoughts and opinions.
An individual’s purchasing decision is fraught with any number of reasons not to purchase – namely, making the ‘wrong’ decision – and that depends primarily on trust. Integrating social proof into your landing page is a great way of establishing that much needed trustworthiness every visitor will be looking for when they land on your page.
How Does Social Proof Work?
Otherwise known as informational social influence, social proof relies on the concept that people will conform to the actions of others under the assumption that those actions are reflective of correct behavior.
In other words, it’s a mentality; if other people are purchasing it – and people trust other people – then that validates the individual’s decision to purchase.
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It appears that everywhere you turn on the Internet you are graced with advertisements of all kinds. There are the more obtrusive pop-ups, subtle text links, and the trusted middle ground, the banner. It doesn’t matter if you are surfing the web hopping from random site to random site or we are searching topic specific keywords in the Google search engine, advertisements will be there.
The majority of advertisements are running across multiple channels (i.e. social, search, etc.) to expand the overall reach of the campaign. Once an advertisement is clicked on, if the advertiser is doing his job, you should be directed to a landing page associated with the advertising campaign.
So, let’s take a little bit about landing pages.
Landing Page Explanation
In a nutshell to keep this simple and concise, a landing page is a web page that is specifically designed and built to support the message of an advertising campaign. It acts as an extension by including the proper sales copy and images to entice the visitor to perform the desired action (which is usually fill out a form or purchase a product).
Below is an example of a landing page that will be referred to → Continue Reading