Are you trying to learn more about affiliate marketing? Have you tried promoting affiliate products in various ways and various traffic sources without any success? In this blog post, I will explain to you what works better for affiliate marketing Google Ads or Bing Ads.
Google has been around for as long as we can remember and it’s the big search engine giant that we all know, but there is also Bing search engine that most affiliates say that it’s a big untapped gold mine when it comes to affiliate marketing.
When it comes to compliance you might guess that Google is more strict and that Bing is more flexible with their policies. Obviously Google can offer you a huge reach when it comes to traffic but they are also very strict, some say even more strict than Facebook.
Bing ads on the other hand are looking to bring in more users so their policy is not as strict but it cannot compare with Google when it comes to the amount of traffic that they can offer.
What you need to consider with Bing Ads like I said before is that they have a lot less traffic than Google have. Yes you can get cheap opt-ins and cheap leads by running ads with them but this means that is not very salable because of the low amount of traffic.
You might make a couple hundred dollars a day but it will be hard to scale higher than that. And you don’t know how long you can run the campaign for because you will run out of traffic eventually.
With Google on the other hand the competition is way higher but you also have infinite ways of scaling your campaigns.
At the end of the day you need to ask yourself this question : how much would you like to earn with your campaings?
If you are happy with a couple hundred dollars a day then go for Bing Ads because is very beginner friendly and is the perfect way to start affiliate marketing as a beginner.
If you want to make this a business or if you already have experience with search traffic and want to take things to the next level then stick with Google.
I hope you found this useful and start making money with search traffic and affiliate marketing. Watch the video below to see a detailed explanation of this blog post.