The Super Affiliate’s Guide to PPC Marketing

Super Affiliate Zac Johnson has posted a super guide to PPC marketing. Why waste $97 on a worthless eBook when Zac can give you better information for free? When done correctly, PPC (Pay Per Click) marketing is a great way to make money online.

In this walkthrough I will show you how and where to find offers to promote, how to setup a new Google Adwords campaign, and at the end I give you my GOLDEN TIPS to help make your PPC Marketing Succeed. Though this is a long post, this is only my first chapter of many, which will be included in the master “The Super Affiliate’s Guide to PPC Marketing” when I feel it is complete. Feel free to post any questions or comments and I will get to them in the next chapter.

I like Zac’s guide so much, I’m going to put it to the test. Well, I don’t really have to since I already do PPC marketing. However, I haven’t done a case study on it yet and I think now would be a good time to do so. Therefore, over the next few weeks, I’m going to take you through how I go about setting up a PPC promotion and then post the results. Hopefully, I will make more money than I spend.

In the mean time, you should check out Zac’s guide to whet your appetite on how money is made with PPC marketing.


49 thoughts on “The Super Affiliate’s Guide to PPC Marketing”

  1. Thanks a lot John. Going to check it out now! :mrgreen:

    1. Nice Zac, I am going to check it out!

    2. That was a good read John. Another inspiration about PPC marketing I have had is from a thread in DP. If you like you can read this really long and full of detailed informations thread here.

      Thread was stated by a guy named Rob, and he was doing just great until he made a mistake he shouldn’t. I really enjoyed reading that thread and I believe you (and your readers) will enjoy too.

  2. Hey John I stole your feedburner subscriber thing and was using it on my blog 😈 , makes my blog look pretty sweet, though everyone knows its really the John Man making the real numbers…

    Click for Nick – See John Chows FeedBurner at Work..

    1. Hey just kidding John πŸ™‚ thanks for visiting 😈

      1. Hah an evil move (cough cough)

      2. Nice, I would have visited too if you didn’t do your follow up comment.

  3. Joe says:

    How many pageviews would you suggest before you start PPC marketing? Did you start right away? I’ve considered it before, but doesn’t seem worth it to me.. maybe this guide will change my mind. Thanks for the tips, John!

    1. Pageviews? You are confused

    2. lyricsreg says:

      One pageview πŸ™‚

      1. Googlelady says:

        0 pageraview. Joe Affiliate marketing with PPC you don’t need traffic and even a website (without adding adwords and its new adwords quality score)

  4. A good, very basic intro to PPC marketing. Looking forward to some more advanced chapters

  5. Zac Johnson says:

    Hey John,
    Thanks for the posting. I’ve had so many people ask that I write an ebook over the past years and I was always so against writing on and selling one, just because I didn’t want to be bundled in with all the other garbage ebooks out this. I really look forward to hearing from anyone who reads through this one and can start making some money online. This first posting was somewhat basic, but I also threw in some “Golden Tips” which may help even veteran ppc marketers. Thanks again! :mrgreen:

    1. Michael says:

      You are so lucky :mrgreen:

    2. Softsled says:

      Zach….good newbie guide. Now let’s get to some good stuff! πŸ˜†

    3. Softsled says:

      John,
      I am also looking forward to hear what you have to say about ppc marketing. As long as I’ve been reading I don’t believe I have ever heard you go into very much detail on the subject.

    4. I shall and you bet, I shall let you know.

  6. varun says:

    a Sure piece of advice to Mr John Chow.I now feel that you are writing stuffs filled with scrap.If you check out last 50 entries of yours you will only find shit -shit -and more shit.Yeah i know this comment wont stay longer nor with you comment me back. 😳 Thats not a problem.You write stuff that are not available on others blog.Its just the brand name that is getting you traffic.If you keep filling up scraps like this its sure that you will one day end up with no traffic unless you buy them.Make changes friend and changes are always good.

    1. We John Chow loyalists can sure do without such stuff.

  7. Armen says:

    Thanks for posting about this John. I need to learn more about PPC, as I want to launch a campaign very soon.

    1. Teejay says:

      Yeap me too. I also want to learn about this.

  8. Michael says:

    I’m going to check it out! πŸ™‚

  9. warzone says:

    Not a bad read, i recommend it to everyone who comes accross this. I enjoyed some of the helpful tips suggested.

  10. MillionBlogs says:

    PPC’s campaigns can be very profitable for certain niches if managed properly.

  11. Poker says:

    You are true PPC is really a great way to earn some money. But i think you don’t need a book for it, since you can find all the needed information online!

  12. This is exactly what I need, the second I try and sell afilliate products through PPC I end up losing money. Looking forward to reading more.

  13. Neil Duckett says:

    Great article written by Zac, well worth the read.

  14. Thomas says:

    Zac’s article is good, but on the same topic, and focused around keyword selection and ad writing, I also recommend my recent article:

    http://thomaswalker.net/?p=7

    1. Nice guide but I prefer Zacs idea of using PPC without the need to buy a domain first.

      1. Thomas says:

        As my article points out, the actual domain shown in the ads is pivotal to click throughs and conversions. If you’re serious about marketing, you’d pay $10 for a domain anyway. Right?

  15. Justin says:

    Hes got some good info on ppc. I think Its written in a way that anyone can get the basics down and get going with it.

  16. Teejay says:

    Going to check it out now.

  17. Steve D says:

    The “Google” ad in the feed is broken. when I click on it I end up opening another Google Reader window instead of going to the Tech Zone.

  18. Googlelady says:

    Thanks JC for sharing it with us. Great article zac.

  19. Ah man. Now there’s going to be even more competition! πŸ‘Ώ

  20. And what about blogs about interesting products? πŸ™‚

  21. Scott says:

    Thanks for the great advice!

  22. Thanks for the recommendation. And props to Zac!

  23. Ketan says:

    Thanks for informing, but as far as PPC is concerned, dont you think that Google and Yahoo do not have a match?

  24. Collin says:

    There are alot of great articles on this site. Thats for putting it all together John

  25. Nick says:

    It’s funny when bloggers open a post with – you don’t need some crappy ebook to learn blah blah blah because I’m going to tell you exactly how it’s done … then make a fulff post that doesn’t tell you anything you didn’t already know. I think Zac should pay a visit to the bluehat SEO blog if he wants to see free info that people would gladly pay money for.

  26. great008 says:

    the info was so so…to be honest i want more details then it would truly be worth it…keep in mind alot of johns visitors are not newbies but vets looking to be more like john..thx

  27. The evil plan to make ebook marketers more mad each day. 100% FREE!!

  28. Joe says:

    “The Super Affiliate’s Guide to PPC Marketing”

    Don’t get me wrong, but his super guide is something i saw back in 2005 so i call super nothing! It’s even much worse than back in 2005 because everybody run ads and min bid is much way higher… Maybe you will say he just shit around, but wtf!

  29. Thank you John, you would have seen how I defended you. Do keep it up. It is indeed very useful.

  30. Ah, awesome. I was afraid it was going to be another e-book. haha. πŸ˜›

  31. the spider man SEO comic…lol

  32. Mike says:

    I have tried this before and it hasn’t worked for me. I will have to check out Zacs guide and see what I have done wrong.

    Mike

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