How to Test A Pay Per Click Campaign At Low Risk For $1 A Day
As incredible as it may seem, there is a way to test a Pay Per Click campaign on a budget of $1 a day.
If you are new to Internet marketing and considering testing the PPC advertising waters, then this strategy is something you will want to consider.
If you are already launching campaigns for clients, or for your own account, this is also a marketing strategy that should be on your radar screen.
The typical pay per click management strategy calls for a minimum daily budget of $10-$50 as part of your testing plan. That means a test expenditure of between $300 and $1500 dollars over a 30day cycle. Even if you go with $5 a day, it still costs $150 a month out of pocket just to find out if a campaign works or not.
While a 30-day test period is a good way to test for traffic and sales, it is common for a product sales cycle to vary. One month can see sales while another may lose money. It takes time to really see what is profitable and what is not.
A $1 a day strategy allows you to control your costs all while developing your PPC advertising campaign. It helps in overcoming the fear of failure, not to mention the risk of financial loss, using a common sense approach that makes every dollar count.