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    Default How much percentage of your traffic actually converts to $?

    Have you ever calculated that?

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    If you rank for top 5 for a convertible keyword, it can be as high as 50%.

    Else 2% to 5% is the standard.

    The biggest challenge is getting traffic. Any kind.

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    depends, on brand and keyword personally i think mine is high for click to sign up to FTD, some brands 25% some others 10%


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    When accessed from a search engine from a keyword such as 'review brand' regardless of brand, it is 0.2-0.7%. At 1% I would be happy.

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    In my case it is very variable, but it is around 5 or 6%.

    What I do (which has no science or proven method behind it, it's just something that seems to work for me) is to set parameters based on my own previous results. I found more than 8% great, so when that happens I check if there is something special I can implement again, less than 2% sets off my alarms and in those cases I evaluate if it is an internal problem (the content is not good or there are problems with links, for example) or an external one.

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    bet365 stats only, this month only, but the percentages tend to remain the same. Note that I get quite a lot of traffic and bet365 is not available in some countries:

    Clicks to Signup is 1%.
    Signup to depositor is 22%.

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    Great keywords in a domain name with the right extension can often generate highly qualified traffic with no website at all. Somebody who is typing in a domain name like betting.ag, onlinebetting.ag, onlinegambling.ag, onlinepoker.ag, etc. into their browser has specific intent for doing so – to place a bet online, and specifically, offshore. Month-to-date, I've picked up 33 FTDs from 62 registrations for a 53% conversion rate from domain names alone.

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    @Malikbhai - It's also about the same for me, ranging in the 2%-5% category. Sadly, I was making way more and doing much better, in the years past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash Bonus View Post
    @Malikbhai - It's also about the same for me, ranging in the 2%-5% category. Sadly, I was making way more and doing much better, in the years past.
    Hi. May I ask how it differs from the past?

    I have been at this (at least consistently) for about five years now and the truth in that time not much has changed, I would say even the pandemic didn't make the big changes you might think in our numbers. However, I often read people who have been in the industry longer than me say that it used to be much easier and more profitable, could you give me an approximate percentage difference in conversion or profits? Do you think it will get worse?

    Sorry for the pile of questions. Feel free to ignore them if you don't want to answer.

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