That changed recently when I met up with some friends in Bangkok who are making more money than any blogger income reports you’ve seen.
I have no desire to enter the same industries as them, but I have the spare cash to put into an experiment, so I thought “why not”.
16 minutes If you run any site with a large audience, it’s easy to fall into the trap of producing just any old content and forgetting why people followed you in the first place.
Though what I’m about to share in this post is going to be highly focused on paid traffic, there are a large number of insights for those who have no interest in doing the same.
Therefore, I had 2 campaigns in Facebook with 10 ads each, all with the same title and body text. Here’s the data from one campaign: As you can see, the data was pretty interesting here.
Two observations can be made: : Just because something is getting a lot of clicks, it doesn’t mean it will convert.
It makes sense that it would be cheaper to advertise within Facebook than try to send people elsewhere outside of the network.
This didn’t actually turn out to be the case exactly, but bear with me for now.
What I did at this stage was use the best title I found from my previous tests (I did a few more similar to step 1, but for different age groups) then load it up with 20 images.
This is my own product, so I would be keeping 100% of the commissions.