Posted by Riley | Posted in Affiliate Marketing | Posted on September 24th, 2011
Friday at midnight marked the end of my 30 Campaigns in 30 Days Challenge. I didn’t post an update last week because I did a total of like 3 campaigns for that week and just didn’t do much work. It’s tough getting back in the grove once you’ve achieved the goals you set out to and become complacent. The drive is coming back, slowly, but surely.
This past week I reached my goal of 7 campaigns in 7 days, but I fell just short of my 30 Campaigns in 30 Days goal. I made a total of 26 campaigns. Of those campaigns only about 3 are profitable and even those are really, really small volume. But when you don’t have anything going, you’ll take whatever comes your way.
Overall, this challenge was tough for me. I was counting unique offers as campaigns. I wasn’t counting unique campaigns where I would test different ages, countries or genders. If I counted them this way, I definitely hit my goal.
On another note… Over on PPVPlaybook, the members started a new 30 Campaigns in 30 Days Challenge themselves. I’m going to participate in this challenge, but this time I’m going to count every campaign that I create, even if its just scaling or testing different demographics for the same offer. I hope to knock this one out of the park. I’m hoping maybe I can do 60 campaigns in 30 days.
Posted by Riley | Posted in Affiliate Marketing | Posted on September 9th, 2011
I’m a little late on this update, but as of Thursday, I had created 14 campaigns in 14 days. Most of these have been PPV campaigns that include real simple landers with very miniscule split tests. Unfortunately, not a single one of these campaigns have been profitable so I’ve been pissing money. I think my best one so far has been -50% ROI.
Having made 90% of my money the last two years from Facebook, trying to move onto other traffic sources and testing out new verticals, this has been a very trying two weeks. I was so accustomed to dating that I could turn probably 50% of my campaigns profitable within the first 24 hours. Going this long without finding a profitable campaign has been tough.
At the very least, this campaign is keeping me in check and making me create campaigns every day. I know I’ll find a campaign or two before these 30 days are up. Hopefully these campaigns show me what to do/not to do when tackling PPV traffic.
Posted by Riley | Posted in Affiliate Marketing | Posted on September 1st, 2011
Over the last week I was only able to launch a few campaigns and I’m a little behind schedule.
I was able to launch a few international PPV campaigns, a couple dating campaigns on POF. One of the PPV campaigns was just launched yesterday, so I’m still getting data on it. Both dating campaigns had multiple angles and one offer just didn’t convert and the other offer is showing promise, so I’m sticking with it.
In total I’ve only launched 6 campaigns in 7 days. That’s more campaigns than I’ve launched last week, so hopefully the trend continues and I’ll be past halfway come the end of next week.