https://youtu.be/CjZ7b9fDLEY == How To Get $100 Adwords Free
Beginner Friendly! How to start a google adwords campaign and give yourself the best chance possible to be profitable on day 1. Works for local business marketing, affiliate marketing, and growing your business.
The biggest trick to adwords is knowing where to start.
Most people are worried about wasting money on ads and not getting any result, and for good reason!
If you don't know what you're doing in the beginning, you will probably be overwhelmed by all of the options.
Plus...the default settings google gives you will not always steer you in the right direction, especially if you're a direct response marketer or affiliate marketer.
Instead, start with these tips and you're going to be much more likely to achieve profitable sales on day 1 with your adwords effort.
More tips at http://www.digitalnomadrockstar.com
at age of 61.1/2 years lost my job due to Corp Cut down, lost my home, saving and retirement and with my physical challenges I just applied for Disability, which is not approved yet, I loved your honesty instruction and I think, this is something I can able to do! having a Computer setup at home, this might be my best and last chance to make something out of it, not looking for get rich quick, looking for honest work with honest pay, I have no experience what so ever, just went through all your videos, I need to find an audience and find popular products and of course search ad, I do have
$300 budget, I need an exact step by step guide to able to make a thousand to start till able to reach $3000 to able to survive, need a mentor to take my hand and show me how to walk, I know is asking too much, but do you have a time or some one you trust that can able to help me, I am willing to share the profit, to take me out of ground, I appreciate your reply and guidness, for confidential respond you can use my e-mail address at [email protected] there are so many empty promises out there online that hard to trust anyone, at my late age I need to be cautioned for any mistakes.
Respectfully yours, Michael
Awesome! Excited to hear how it goes for you. If you want to get insanely dangerous with PPC also check out the ultimate guide to adwords by Perry Marhsall, and anything by Brad Geddes. You'll be world class in no time!
Hi Michael, thanks for the comment and reaching out. You can definitely do this! Considering your budget and your situation, my recommendation would be instead of trying to create a product or a profitable affiliate marketing campaign, which can take time, money and skill to to get just right, you should focus instead on building your PPC and marketing skills, and work as quickly as you can to get local business clients to pay you anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand a month to manage their PPC. That way you can build up your skills and get paid to do it, plus it's much easier to take a business that already has a successful sales process/products and just add the magic of online PPC mojo and make their cash registers explode. (They love that :D ) You can start off with local businesses because they typically don't think they have time to figure this stuff out for themselves, but they typically have a budget to pay for a consultant if you're going to be bringing in extra revenue. Start by getting my Bing Ads Bootcamp course which is just $7 at the moment - http://www.digitalnomadrockstar.com/bingadsbootcamp go through the course, and then you'll be ready to start building campaigns for businesses and selling your services. Bing is great too because many businesses don't use it and haven't tapped its potential, even if they already have google adwords or facebook ads campaigns. Also, the same concepts you learn from my bing ads course are exactly applicable in google adwords, and many businesses will gladly pay someone thousands of dollars a month to manage their adwords and bing campaigns well. Also I can tell from your speech patterns that you could really work on your beliefs about money and business. For that I'd recommend watching youtube videos by grant cardone, and reading books like the secrets of the millionaire mind by T Harv Ecker and Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiasaki - they will really help in building some crucial thinking skills and beliefs to help you be more successful in business! You're definitely on the right path, good luck I wish you a ton of success!
Hi Mohsin, thanks for the question. Budget is always going to depend on...well, your budget. Traffic is a balance of risk and control. The good news is - adwords is designed to do as well as it possibly can from the first dollar, especially if you follow these rules for staying in control. The other good news - if you run your ads for a while, even if they get no clicks or impressions - eventually google will tell you what the estimated cost IS to get on the first page of results. So you really can't lose. Go with a budget that you're comfortable with. I'd say $5-$50 a day, let it run for a week or two - if you get clicks and impressions right away, great. If not, then google will make suggestions to you about why - whether it's the fact that there just aren't many people searching for these terms (Volume) or you're just not bidding high enough to be competitive enough to be shown. One more piece of good news - you don't have to bid top dollar to get shown. You can do just find taking just the few "leftover" bids after the big companies have bought all the top spots - there are soooo many people searching every day. In fact, sometimes this will be the key to you being profitable. Good luck!
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