From:boteks Date: 09-22-19
I suggest you start testing one by one yourself
From:NickasLT Date: 09-22-19
-Make a list of offers that you want to test. Take your time with it and check the keyword tool as you go – if there seems to be enough volume and potential then add the offer to your list. Get about 5-19 good offers with the preliminary keyword research done.
-Time to work! Start at number 1 on your list and get a definitive list of keywords broken into ad groups, get your lander ready, and write your ads.
-Launch the campaign and let it spend $30-50, then review your data. If everything looks dismal and hopeless, drop it. If there’s some promise, then see if you can cut unprofitable keywords, improve your ad ctr%, pause low QS keywords, and so on. Spend another $30-50, re-evaluate, and make more changes – or kill the campaign if need be.
-Work through your list like this one at a time. Rinse and repeat. You might find a profitable campaign out of your first batch, you might not. Either way – rinse and repeat.
As time goes on you will gain experience and insight into what works and what doesn’t, perhaps allowing you to choose campaigns more prudently and so spend less money on failed tests. But the process always remains the same – test something, then test something else, and then test something else. Try to aim for 1 campaign per day, minimum. If your budget is more limited you can either set lower daily budgets, or launch new campaigns less frequently.
There aren’t really any shortcuts. Asking people to out offers or campaigns just causes agitation – why would someone who has gone through the tough and repetitive process of testing and testing to find profitable campaigns, then go ahead and give you any details about that? It’s nonsenseical.
Questions that help you to learn more about the platform and testing process that you’re using are beneficial. Asking for offers or campaigns outright isn’t really. Firstly, if anyone did mention something publicly on this form you can bet there’s going to be more than you going after it, which will probably saturate it to hell and kill it for everyone. Secondly, you’re not really learning anything. I guess if you’re completely new you would learn a few things, but for the most part you simply can’t beat the experience and education that testing your own campaigns yields.
I am new to Bing myself, but it’s not hugely different from other traffic sources. You start off knowing nothing about it or maybe knowing vaguely what’s going on and then you learn from your mistakes as you begin testing. Whether you want to run Bing, FB, or whatever, it’s always the same deal. It’s the price of success. There’s no shortcuts (at least none that I can find!) – that’s the bad news. The good news is that if you can form a habit for effective, consistent, and systematic testing then success is inevitable.
From:jasonsc Date: 09-22-19
I would suggest reading this https://gossips.best/stm/sho…-Initial-Phase and just start building campaigns so you can get the mechanics down.
From:David Date: 09-22-19
I’ve noticed a couple threads where people are running campaigns which are bound to get their accounts banned.
From:miser Date: 09-23-19