Free PPC Management (including Setup) for a Month!

Free PPC Management For A Month?
Free PPC Management For A Month?

I will make this quick ’cause I really need to get some sleep – George Brown has just launched the Google Sniper, a great course for folks trying to make it in affiliate marketing.

The course doesnt cost nearly a 1/3 of what I charge for my services (PPC management is about $897, in average), but I believe it’s such a good course I’m willing to put my little outsource staff to work for it. Plus, they really need the practice 😉

So you’re getting:

 – market and keyword research2 campaigns setupall the ad copyongoing split tests (including website optimizer) – and an entire month of optimization. And everything stays with you after 30 days, clean and profitable. All for $77 bucks!

I’d have come up with more appropriate bonus for this if I wasnt so lazy, but what the heck – I know it will be worth in the long run when folks realize PPC is not that difficult (or maybe I will lose potential clients… huh)

So if you’re trying to make your affiliate business work, get Google Sniper through this cleverly disguised affiliate link:

marketandconvert.com/sniper

Make sure you clear your cookies before you go to that page, or you may send the sale to another affiliate.

All you have to do after you buy it is post a comment here and I will get in touch with you to work out the details.

Social Media Silos and PPC Landing Pages

Weird freaking topic combination, isnt it?

But yeah, today I churned out a combination of these two topics, the first one at the YourIncomePotential, about landing pages and cheap ppc traffic, which is a continuation of the discussion about the google adwords affiliate slap.

I’ve had great feedback from the initial article about the affiliate slap, and now folks can see the basis of a highly-converting landing page.

And as I was reading about Social Media Silos, it struck me that most companies flush their social media marketing down the drain by failing to integrate departments and make them communicate.

A silly mistake that can cost thousands of dollars and waste considerable time, silos are the result of a poorly constructed social strategy. Companies that see a blog as another billboard are doomed.

Check out the material I published above, I’m feeling amazingly productive today and I’d appreciate your opinion.

Thanks.

Stop The Bleeding: Google Affiliate Slap No More!

Affiliate marketing is still hot.. who doesnt like a little slap?
Affiliate marketing is still hot.. who doesnt like a little slap?

When Perry Marshall posted Dr. Glenn Livingston’s email regarding the new Google Slap for Product Review Sites, several affiliates started reevaluating their operations.

Some decided to rely on technology (against Google?) and are investing on php and javascript cloaking for their affiliate links.

Google has made quite clear that they can crawl javascript links very well, and it’s only a matter of time until they get past any sneaky link defense left.

But marketers that are looking to build a solid business have decided to reevalute their sales process, and have been trying to figure out the best possible solution to clear the slap scars.

Much has been discussed, and Perry Marshall even held a teleseminar on the topic, but nobody has stepped forward with a proposed solution.

Well, I’m making my strategy to defeat the google adwords affiliate slap available, freely. No sign up required, no nothing. Enjoy it.

Actually, I do require one thing: POST YOUR COMMENTS HERE AFTER READING!

Thanks!

The Traffic Formula 2.0 Dream Team – Are You One?

Ever imagined Mike Dillard, Ferny Ceballos, Mike Klinger, Raymond Fong, Mark Wieser, Jim Yaghi and Tim Erway together in your living room?

Well, that’s what Traffic Formula 2.0 will do.

Each in their area of expertise, these masters will be working constantly to take your business beyond the
next level.

I wasn’t even in the industry when the first Traffic Formula came out, but I know first hand how it changed a couple of
people’s business:

Jim Yaghi started his PPC adventures after reading the original TF, and now he produces an AVERAGE of 600 leads a day.

Ferny and Ray were just two more engineers, with lots of student debt to pay (MIT is not cheap..). Last year, they hosted the Traffic Formula Live event ($1000 per ticket!), sharing the stage with Mike Dillard.

And that was only three years ago.

You know how there are turning points in one’s carreer?

The amplitude of this education will open many, many doors for you, and undoubtly spark a million new ideas to
increase your success at least tenfold.

So, if you’re undecided about spending $267 to receive these masters in your house, consider what this investment would mean to you 1 year, or even 6 months from now…

You can get Traffic Formula 2.0 here:

http://vur.me/about/traffic

And maybe we can both be a part of the 3.0 edition, huh?

To remarkable turning points,

Leo Saraceni
office: 252-202-6190

P.S – I have limited spots left to schedule personal consultations. If you bought TF with me, reply to this post with your info and  I’ll personally contact you. Or just email me at leosaraceni[at]gmail.com

If haven’t gotten this gigantic amount of marketing knowledge yet, do it so now and I will work with you 1-on-1 to assist in digesting it all.

http://vur.me/about/traffic

Early Bird Discount For Traffic Formula 2 + Leo’s Special Bonus!

The MLM Traffic Formula 2 Complete Package
The MLM Traffic Formula 2 Complete Package

Traffic Formula 2 Is Live

And my special bonus is still available. There are, so far, 12 slots available for personal coaching – and I’m sure they will go by fast.

Mike Dillard brought aboard an even heavier team of experts this time: Ferny Ceballos and Raymond Fong will cover the SEO training, Jim Yaghi has promised to release some special PPC strategies, and even Mike Klinger joined the Magnetic Sponsoring crew and will share some of his best content.

And the Early Bird discount is just unbelievable: $267 for the entire Traffic Formula!

To think that when it’s finished, it will go for $897, it’s a steal!

Go get yours now, enjoy the discount price, and set up an appointment to get your training with me.

Get traffic formula 2 with the discount

Google Content Network – Ready To Take Your Adwords PPC To PRO Level?

Master The Google PPC Content Network
Master The Google PPC Content Network

And so it begins….the real PPC power!

I’m always surprised to see the results that my ads on the Google Search produce, and the flexibility of choosing specifically which searchers to target is awazing…

BUT…

The more targeted you get on the Search network, the less impressions you get, after all, you’re narrowing the funnel, focusing on customers who have moved past research and into buying mode.

Often, you find a profitable keyword, your Clickthrough Ratio and Conversion are excellent, but the traffic is just not enough to really make that much of a difference.

The Content Network Boosts Profitable Keywords Exponentially

When a PPC campaign includes the content network, Adwords will place your ads throughout Adsense placements in affiliated websites. That means not only ads will show when someone is searching for your keyword, but also when that keyword is somewhere within the text of those websites.

With the Content Network, PPC takes a much more aggressive approach and targets potential prostects that may not be “searching” for what you’re offering, but reading, looking, or watching it.

Google understands these prospects are interested in that keyword because the website in which the ads is placed contains that keyword – therefore its visitors must be somewhat related to that query.

It is common to see a huge spike in impressions when the Content Network is turned on, and that is exactly why it is such an advanced PPC strategy: with 40K impressions/day in average per keyword, a 0.5% clickthrough ratio means 200 clicks – which means at $0.10 per click, $20, for a single keyword.

There are a variety of reasons to be careful when advertising in the content network:

  • quality of the placements (the website where your ad is showing – is it well-targeted?)
  • quality of the clicks (keeping track of where your clicks are coming from can be a tiresome chore)
  • difficult budget planning (much higher click volume, even with low CTR)
  • difficult keyword strategy (instead of simply focusing on what they are searching for, marketers have to think what is the best context to place a keyword)

A couple of recommendations to maintain control over your ppc campaigns running on content:

  • Imagine how your keyword will show up on a blog post, email, or article, and focus your ad around that angle
  • Create Content-only campaigns,  and check it’s results very often
  • Check Google’s Placement Report at least weekly to find out exactly which placements have offered the best results, and ditch the ones that didn’t.
  • Use ONLY []exact keyword matches to have the most amount of control

Would you like to share your experience?

I have a project cooking right now that will open a huge channel to PPC students who need or want to share their PPC knowledge, but for now, I’d like to see what was everyone’s experience with the Content Networ..

Leave your comments, questions, and suggestions – I will reply!