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    15 oversights that lead to paid campaign downfall

    The folks over at Kneoteric eSolutions have put together a pretty decent list of some common oversights that lead to paid campaign failures.

    Some of the big ones mentioned:
    • Running a campaign on default settings
    • Turning a blind eye to geo targeting
    • Failing to bid on your brand name
    Don't let my quick listing fool you. The author's listing goes into a great bit of detail. This also looks to be part of a pending two part series on the topic.

    27 oversights that lead to paid campaign downfall
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    Thanks I just bookmarked it I have been thinking for a while of getting into paid campaigns but i don't want to be loosing a whole lot of money in the process so its nice to know a few tricks of the trade now.

  3. This is a pretty good set of tips, but I think that a lot of people don't implement these tactics because each one of them requires effort.

    Most people will do anything possible to avoid work.
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    Very true I am usually like that but then I see the money that some of the people are making on the forum and it makes me want to do work so that one day I may be able to make that sort of money. I also noticed when you achieve something on your site it motivates you to work on your site like today I was looking at my site (I haven't looked in a while) and saw I had gotten PR1 I know its not that much of an achievement but it still makes me want to work on my sites more.
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    Most people will do anything possible to avoid work.

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