Hey everybody, Yellow's on the phone. Today we're going to talk about how to pour traffic. Let's look at the scheme of how the bourgeois pour sweepstakes from insta stories and don't worry about link bans. I think if you know how to build analogies and look for similar solutions, you can easily apply this approach to any vertical and traffic source.
So, to start with the toolkit: dude uses Big Bang Ads PP, Voluum as a tracker, ClickFunnels service to create a pad and Google Images + Canva to create a creo.
For the first 5 minutes he searches for an offerer and stops at "Win Playstation 4 + Fifa 19":
Next, he starts an offerer in Voluum and shoves a link there, nothing interesting:
Then it goes to the ClickFunnels service, which is basically a simple website builder, where it makes a pad in the form of a test with a list of questions. The first question is: how did you find out about this offer?
"Why are we even asking these questions? We don't care about the answers, all we want is for the user to click through this test and get to the landing page. All because fb and insta don't allow us to drive traffic to a direct link to the land. That's why we do this procla," says Colin.
The second question: where are you from? You are given a list of countries to choose from, which, of course, includes the geo-offer.
After that he stuffs the link to the offer into the procla, well, and changes the header of his template. The end result is this:
ClickFunnels gives Colin a link to the procla, which he, clearly, shoves into the tracker. Then he'll spend another 15 minutes picking through trackerIf you are interested in setting up Voluum, watch the video.
Let's go to creativity! Canva service is a very good tool for an arbitrageur. All the necessary sizes for different playsets, a user-friendly interface, the ability to use it for free - what else do you need) This is the template from which he starts to make creo:
And then stupidly go to google.pictures and search for "Playstation 3 Fifa 19".
Finds a picture exactly like the one on the landing page:
And at the same time, it finds the backgrounds for storizas by searching for "Playstation Wallpapers":
Finally, the query "Playstation banner" finds the picture for the header:
Putting all that shit together, he's got a creo like this:
Well, and then everything is simple: a campaign for clicks, budget for adset in 3 times the payout for the offer, a couple of interests on the topic of PS4 and voila - fb campaign is ready!
After the first time I saw all this, I had only one question in my mind: Why, was it possible to do that??!
Well you had freelance translator-commentator Vygolov Daniel with you, pour le plus, haiz!