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I stumbled across your page last week and ive really been diving into it today. I’m just getting involved in Internet Marketing and just launched my first teespring campaign which im losing money on (jus a little) but learning a lot about facebook advertising and my niches user behavior. I may give your PPV method a try soon when i have some more time.
I do actually have a couple of questions for you:
1. From your main tracking timeline it seems that you really started to figure this thing out in October and you have been mostly crushing it since then. Was this due to a specific campaign or have you just learned more in general and picked up litttle tips? How many campaigns can you comfortable manage at a time?
2. You mentioned you were running a successful teespring campaign. Are those figures currently reflected in your P&L’s? Im only using FB for my first campaign and i’m wondering what you are using if you don’t mind sharing.
VERY WELL ORGANIZED AND EASY TO READ RESOURCE GUIDE, THANKS! you should add a donate now button…
I’ve done a fair bit of Teesprings too, it takes some time to get your demographic targeting + designs right but keep at it, it’s definitely worth the effort & money if you can break through!
1. At the start there were a few PPV campaigns that were looking promising but one really skyrocketed and still is one of my best performing campaigns. I have about 3-6 profitable campaigns running at the moment giving me about $5-$100 a day each in profit. Ofcourse this varies. It takes time to split-test & build a campaign up to the point where your just happy to let it run without touching it too often. I can handle about 5-10 camps at a time in ‘split-test mode’ but pretty much unlimited to the ones that I can leave on somewhat-autopilot.
2. Yes. I’m using Google & bing PPC and the occasional FaceBook.
Thanks :D, I try keep it updated every time I come across something I like, and I’ll definitely consider that donate now button!
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