Obligatory haven’t posted in forever starting sentence: (Holy shit a new post? Whats it being almost a year now… )
I found this simple but awesome PPV target scaling script years ago I believe on the Affbook/PPV Playbook forums (they are awesome btw and yes that is my referral link).
Here is a screenshot for an example of what it does:
You would be surprised just how much traffic these variations can get and most of the time with ZERO competition.
Why bid high with lots of others on credit.com when you can bid on:
Before this script I used to do this manually…yeah FML.
That screenshot is my self hosted version, it’s a very plain simple script but takes a second to use and does wonders for scaling out ppv campaigns.
I searched around and believe I found the original creator. I guess they just gave out the script back in the day on the forums then later made a post about it where others can use it (after a tweet or share): http://moneymachinefactory.org/blog/scale-your-ppv-campaign-with-this-script/
If you want a self hosted version just let me know I’m sure I can send you the file but realistically there is no data collection or anything so I don’t see any risk using the one on their site.
Check out the post here:
Feel free to leave a comment below on this post if you have any thoughts or comments as you can’t comment on the Neverblue blog.
Wow, it has been an incredible ride over the last few years and I really don’t see it ending any time soon as long as my passion is still there.
I still can’t believe everything that has happened but I really do love this industry and the opportunities it has given me.
We live in a time where millionaires are made over night and where people can make more money in a single day then the average person makes in a month.
When I look back a few years ago and money was starting to really come in my mindset was all wrong. I thought you had to show off wealth to prove your worth. Not only do I laugh at this now but if you saw me anywhere you would see the most average looking person. I wear blank $5 t-shirts, flip flops and a John Deere camouflage hat.
I think one of the worst things I used to do was judge people at conferences based on their appearance or how they handled themselves. People who I thought weren’t worth talking to, have now sold their businesses for millions.
Do whatever it is that makes you happy but just remember to always be true to yourself.
Help others when you can without expecting anything back in return.
Here’s to the next few years!
I am sure everyone has their own gripes about ad networks they use and I figured I would share some of mine.
Mind you these range over a ton of ad networks and apply to none specifically.
- When I log in I want to see my balance right away
- The ability to delete campaigns shouldn’t be an option
- 24/7 approvals should be standard for big networks. (There are people that grind in the wee hours and like to see results)
- Campaign pixels that don’t include your username (C’mon…)
- When they show you Suggested bids instead of what your competition is actually bidding. (Really think we are that stupid?)
I haven’t even broke the surface on this…more to come.
Feel free to include your gripes in the comments below, perhaps we can make a list for new ad networks to look at before opening shop.
I watched a video clip yesterday that got me thinking about my own past and how I was growing up.
From as early as I can remember I have always done my own thing. When I was a kid I had garage sales every weekend trying to sell my parents junk. I could go on and on with examples over the years.
I have never enjoyed school or being told what to do. I never was an ‘A’ student but I did just enough to get by and get it over with.
It’s funny when I look back at high school because I pretty much scraped by on most courses until my very last semester. I had somehow worked it out that I only had four classes to complete that semester and graduate and every single one was a business course, all with the same teacher. I gotta say I still slacked off in those courses but I managed to get straight A’s in all of them without much work. I think the reason for that is they were classes I was actually interested in.
Growing up were told the next step is to go to college or university. When I graduated high school I went straight to college for a degree in Business Administration. I didn’t attend many of my classes and partied pretty much daily while also working on building websites. Long story short I dropped out 2 years later with a certificate in “college exploration”, I am not joking that’s what it said. My parents were not pleased.
I was still figuring out online marketing and trying to make my own income. At this point I had been building websites for years without monetizing them because at the time it was more of a hobby. I wasn’t sure where I was heading or what my plan was but I have known since I was a child that I always wanted to work for myself. So with little money left to my name I got a job at a small steel distributor. It was literally just the manager and I was the only employee. It was a crappy job but the guy I worked with made it enjoyable and is now one of my good friends. After about a year in at this job it really dawned on me that I did not want to do this for the rest of my life. It fired me up to really start making some good money and that’s when my online business took off. I ended up staying with the company for probably 6 months longer than I wanted to purely because if I had left earlier they would be really screwed.
I believe anyone could be an entrepreneur but it really takes that drive and ambition. Most people are fine with being an employee and that is perfectly okay, if there weren’t employees who would we hire?
Do you believe entrepreneurs are born and if so do you feel you were?