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How Many Clicks Can $1500 buy @ Twitter?991

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These guys spent $920.26 on a Twitter ad.

They spent $223.24 on another Twitter ad.

And another $193.16 on yet another Twitter ad.

That's $1500 total.

For their effort they got 136,742 impressions, 649 clicks and 0.47% click rate.

They didn't sell anything ... yet. They just got clicked to.




In the last 28 days I spent nothing on Twitter ads.

I got 440.9K impressions and 619 clicks for a 0.1 click rate.

Almost the same number of clicks to my site ... but cost me nothing.

I saved $1500.

@Steve ... do you see an opportunity here?


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Wow
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Bill, those guys simply run an inefficient, poorly done Twitter campaign. At the moment, it seems like one of the green platforms to advertise- but looking at the campaign dashboard I'd have taken them to Pinterest!

I have done a simple simulation media plan I'd have used if I ran a Twitter campaign- first one assuming one is promoting an app, second one assuming one wanted followers, and the third one assuming one was looking for subscribers - all of them for organic, remarketing, and product remarketing purposes- for a $1500 budget.

If I was them, I'd use the above strategy to get more numbers, and then use Bill's strategy to get super high engagement, and possibly better conversions= sales. Considering that Twitter is currently the only platform where engagement is close to 100%
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@gregoryamoshe

Long time no hear from you.

i hope you and your little one are doing well.
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I was going through a rough patch and just decided to go off the grid to figure things out, and I came through. Spend more time with my son, and just spruced up my resume away from any kind of activity!
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@gregoryamoshe

Is everything okay? You did go completely 'off the grid.'

I worried about you but didn't know how to reach out.
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I am in a good place now! Thank you Bill. I kinda missed the action but I'm glad I took it the sabbatical because my mind is more focused than ever. I will give you a call.
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