Posts Tagged ‘clickbank and adwords’
This last part of the case study took a while, for a multitude of reasons.
The other two:
For one, I have been developing tracking software to track my Clickbank sales. But now there is Hexatrack and Tracking202, both of which have free trials. Actually, it’s developed. It just needs cleaned up so that others can use it. You see, I build things as fast as I can to have access to the functionality, but that leaves the interface a little less than newbie friendly. It’s simple and I am still continuing development.
I got tired of the whole Excel thing a while back. It took too much time and the time spent copying, pasting, and calculating could be better spent on other things. When I used Excel, I finally got to the point where I only looked at the details once a week. I do other things than promote through Adwords. Multiple streams.
So I wrote some software. It logs into both Clickbank and Adwords downloads both reports, imports them and gives me this, while I write posts:
I have been tutoring a reader on using Adwords to promote Clickbank and am finally getting back on track here.
- First I asked him to choose a Clickbank product to promote.
- Then I briefly went through the logic of choosing keywords for the Adwords campaign.
- I went over the importance of negative keywords in your Adwords campaigns.
- And finally I went over some things that might scare a newbie away from Adwords.
There was a time when I would panic when a new "Make Money with Clickbank and Adwords" product came out. I imagined all the competitors it would create and prepare to fight them off. But it never really happened. I would also see newbies say that products I thought were written in gold did nothing for them. They tried everything but came to a conclusion that the product was a scam.
At first I thought this was strange. How could something that was responsible for increasing my income so much be thought of as little more than trash by others? But in the last few days I have been thinking back to when I was a newbie.