“What is split-testing?”
“Okay I’m making $100 profit a day…how do I get more traffic?”
“Holy crap so many steps, what am I suppose to do exactly?
This guide is for anyone who has ever been confused about what you’re suppose to do when launching a campaign. I’ve taken down my process and broken them down into 10 easy steps for you to follow. No more introductions needed, lets do this!
1. Deciding What to Promote
The first step is figuring out what traffic sources and what offers you’re going to promote.
My personal style is to focus on mastering a single traffic source type, and then figuring out which offers work well there. An example would be deciding to be a mobile specialist. After deciding to go into mobile, you look for what’s performing well in mobile now and that might lead to an anti-virus offer.
There are hundreds and hundreds of places to buy traffic from – I’m going to tell you directly what works for newbies: Facebook, Adult, Plentyoffish, and Mobile . Yes there are other places you can start with, but I feel these are the easiest to profit from.
I’ve given you 4 places to run but I know half of you are going to overanalyze and try to figure out which one’s the “best.” There is no best, because they all have their pros and cons. Just do your research and make a decision. Don’t be that fat guy who spends months trying to decide on the best workout plan, and didn’t workout that entire time.
“Taking action and failing with a campaign will get you 10x further than sitting around worrying about making the wrong decision.”
When it comes to picking a traffic source, I prefer going after places that are proven to convert. It eliminates a variable. If you can’t make Facebook work then it’s because of you – other guys have proven it works. However if you decide to take a chance on an unknown source, you’re not sure if the traffic source sucks or your campaign.
Choosing an offer for me is based off of competition research, talking to affiliate managers, my masterminds, seeing what the buzz is at conferences, and intuition.