PPC Journey #1: How I started.
Category: PPC Journey,Premium Author: dreadpixel Date: 4 years ago Comments: 0

There have been years since I wanted to do this, but I didn’t have a really solid product. I was constantly working on customer projects and other personal projects that didn’t thrive correctly since I wasn’t aware of any laws for different activities.

For example, I created Linkedin Marketer PRO and I got a cease and desist and banned from Linkedin for using the name on one of my products. Besides the data scraping was forgiven that year and I had to deactivate many features from the system, things that got sales down and existing customers mad.

Years have passed and since Hi-Q won the lawsuit, laws changed and now it’s allowed, but my main project went to hell thanks to people in suits that don’t know how the internet and technology works.
People that make laws on technology fields should know how to code and electronics, otherwise they are noncapable. Period.


1.- I created a prototype and worked on it, creating a product which developed in many features that any customer can adapt to their needs.

2.- Created a very simplistic landing page with self-made copywriting that I currently do not dominate. But I have it and it works.

So I might be able to improve by paying a good sales copywriter to test conversions.

3.- Adding Google Analytics and Yandex Metrica to get good insights of what is going on the website, clicks, bounce rate, time they spend reading pages, user behavior and more.

3.- Set up membership and licensing system for a SaaS or recurring digital or real product, that’s a whole new process that requires using the different infrastructure. (I will release my infrastructure in another article)

4.- Setting up Google and Bing Ads campaigns and just use the punch I’ve been using so far. And tested after spending a few bugs on them.

Bing Ads copies and its CTR after applying $50 USD. Price is in MXN which $20 MXN is $1 USD.
With Google Adwords I added the Conversion tracker for Opt-in.

So far I need to create more A/B testings but I wanted to use 3 different ones to make comparisons with CTR and check myself the messages that gather more attention.

What Ive learned about the clicks and campaigns so far:

We are looking forward to adding more value eventually so I can focus on campaigns and recording courses/guides for any simple thing I will struggle with.

I just spent $100 USD on Bing and Google Ads in 1 week and I just got 22 opt-in.

22 opt-ins so far since December 29 2020.
  • I have to create more landing pages and do A/B testing to improve CTR.
  • I learned trigger keywords in psychology so I use them on the Ads.
  • Bing lets you use selective MAYUS. Google don’t.
  • Not all keywords have the same intention.
  • Not all countries have the same behavior. People from developed countries tend to scroll and read more. I analyzed this with Yandex Metrica Session Replay.
  • I need to hire someone that does know more about copywriting that sells.

I will update all of this journey on videos and posts on blogs and private FB groups.

What I will be doing for the Next Chapter:

1.- Adding 2-3 more landing pages to test different copywriting ways of selling and different styles of opt-in.
2.- Creating banners for different traffic and maybe saving them as SVG on a web editor so you can modify my templates. I will have to check that for Magic Content.
3.- Creating Retargeting campaigns with coupons and some other strategies that I might test.
4.- Warm-up People that opt-in and don’t buy with different guides like this. Showing the value of a product and a sneak peek of different methods they can do to apply.
5.- Adding a couple of more features and the same templates I am using into the HTML Builder some or affiliates can quickly modify and test other copywriting ideas. That way you will be able to use the same template for other products. I will try to add more templates eventually.

I might be updating this same post to keep proper track of the journey if I missed something. Make sure to leave questions in order to improve the guide. I might add links to tutorials that land each of the steps I listed. Let me know.

How to Track Visitors Behavior for FREE
Category: Link & Grow,Tutorial Author: dreadpixel Date: 4 years ago Comments: 0

I’ve been doing many campaigns and scouting portals where I can market this same product membership. Adding eventually more traffic and everything but I didnt know what my users did inside the Landing, where they scrolled or clicked.

I was seriously thinking on getting a Tool like CrazyEgg or something else, but then I found Yandex Metrica which has some pretty cool features that will help you gain more insights of what to improve on landings to increase conversions.

Here I made a quick video showing a tool I was very impressed with, you can see everything a visitor did on the page:

Besides it also has a tracker to watch how your Conversion Rate behaves on the page you add the Yandex code to. Here is my Form conversion rate:

It’s really nice that it also tracks this so we can compare different landing pages and select those that have better Form conversion for Leads.

It also has some other features like gathering the overall clicks that users give to the screen. Its like the “confetti” tool.

Along with many integrations on the system:

I will update you all if I find more tips on using this platform.

How to Extract Emails from Facebook Groups
Category: Data Extraction,Facebook,Link & Grow Author: dreadpixel Date: 4 years ago Comments: 0

Here is how you can use Link & Grow to extract contacts from multiple Facebook Groups around the web-based on specific keywords.

You can set a bit list of keywords to mix and get plenty of contacts that you can set into a Facebook Ads Custom Audience or verifying the emails before sending a cold emailing campaign with automatic follow-ups to do things like growing a list or joining another FB group.

Here is a quick step by step guide:

If you need to scrape specific groups, that will be possible on the Automator tab when we finish it on our developer roadmap.

We will be creating a Roadmap page so you can see what is upcoming.

How to connect Gmail with Hubspot CRM
Category: CRM,Email Marketing,Google,Link & Grow Author: dreadpixel Date: 4 years ago Comments: 0

This is a brief guide on how to make connection between your Gmail on GSuite(or Free) with Hubspot. Its quite simple and we will list all available features for this.

Key Benefits

  • Log emails sent from Gmail in HubSpot CRM with one click.
  • Track email opens and clicks in real time.
  • Get access to the tools you need to work more efficiently — like templates, sequences, meetings, and more — right in your inbox.

Connect your Gmail account

Please note: if you connect a Gmail inbox that has an alias set up, that alias will show up automatically in the From dropdown menu in the email composer. The alias must be set up in your Gmail account before you connect your inbox.

If you have Google’s Advanced Protection Program enabled in your Gmail account, you can’t connect your inbox to HubSpot.

  • In your HubSpot account, click the settings icon settings in the main navigation bar.
  • In the left sidebar menu, navigate to Integrations Email integrations.
  • Click Connect personal email.
  • Select Google / Gmail.
  • Read through what to expect when you connect your Gmail inbox to HubSpot, then click Continue.
  • You’ll be prompted to log in to your Gmail account. Enter the email address of the Google account you want to use. If you’re already logged into one or more of your Gmail accounts, choose the account you want to connect.
  • Review the required permissions, then click Allow.
  • You’ll be redirected back to your settings, and a dialog box will appear to inform you that your Gmail inbox is now connected to HubSpot.

Keep reading the complete guide here: