Affiliate Marketing Update: 3 More New Records

December 18, 2011 Posted by Tyler Cruz

This post is going to look eerily similar to yesterday’s post, as I already managed to completely break and smash all 3 of the new records I just posted yesterday!

I am exhausted. It is 9AM and I only ‘napped’ 3 hours last night. All of this recent explosive growth in my affiliate marketing campaigns has made sleep a real difficult lately.

It’s not just a matter of excitement either. Since I’m starting to do some real volume now, I like to closely monitor how and what things are doing, as a small oversight or misstep could cause me a lot of money and/or grief.

Anyway, yesterday was my best day of affiliate marketing ever, by far. Here are my 3 new affiliate marketing records:

New Record #1: 578 Leads in 1 Day

Yesterday I posted how I was amazed to have brought in a total of 333 leads for the previous day, but I managed to once again completely smash that record by bringing in a whopping 578 leads in yesterday!

I had a difficult time bringing that many leads in a month before, let alone a day.

I might actually beat that again today, but I think it will be close either way.

New Record #2: $1,149.05 Gross in 1 Day

Craziness. Up to a week ago, my highest-ever grossing day for my affiliate campaigns brought in a total of $397, which I considered to be a lot (and still do, to be honest).

But then yesterday brings in $1,149.50 and I’m completely shell-shocked.

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I’m starting to do so much volume, in fact, that a few hours ago I just put in a request for a credit increase on my Visa. I don’t want to be stuck in the frustrating position where I could be making money but am limited by my line of available credit.

New Record #3: $590.72 Net Profit in 1 Day

Yesterday I posted how had I set a net profit record the previous day of $272.06. 

While it was a new record for me, it didn’t really feel all that impressive to be honest. But maybe I’m just saying that now because of what I ended up profiting yesterday, which was $590.72.

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The strange thing is that my ROI actually increased from the previous day’s net profit record of 70.33% to 105%

You can see though why I needed to raise my Visa limit; $558.33 a day, that works out to nearly $17,000 a month in ad spend, and that doesn’t factor in room for any growth nor my existing expenses (hosting, for example).

Anyway, I am really proud to have netted so much from my affiliate campaigns in a single day. I know it pales in comparison to so many affiliate marketers out there, but for me this is an incredible jump.

Now, let’s see how long I can keep this up for… as that’s the real test here.

Still a Lot of Room for Growth

While yesterday was an absolutely amazing day for me, there is still a lot of room for growth on my campaigns.

There are many untapped traffic sources I haven’t touched yet and offers I haven’t run.

Also, as I mentioned in my last post, I am expecting (and hoping) for a bump in a few days. It will probably be $0.25 but may be higher.

At 578 leads a day, a $0.25 bump works out to an extra $144.50. If I had that bump in place yesterday, I would have profited $735.22 instead of $590.72.

And with the higher ROI, I would be able to scale even more.

Anyway, we’ll see how long this lasts. I’ll keep you guys posted with any new records and notable updates from my affiliate marketing campaigns.

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Posted: December 18th, 2011 under Affiliate Marketing  

17 Responses to “Affiliate Marketing Update: 3 More New Records”

  1. Patrick says:

    I assume this is an email submit or something similar based on the payout. Are you being paid net-30 or net-15 from the network? Careful for scraping leads from the advertiser. At the end of the month they could scrape a lot of the leads if they have wierd IP’s ranges, dups, etc. and then you’ll be down all the paid traffic costs.

    Other than that, congrats and good luck.

    • Tyler Cruz says:

      I’m on weeklies and have already been paid out $3,800 for this traffic so it is panning out.

      My AM is going to get a report back on the recent traffic quality and then I’ll know for certain if they like the quality. It’ll also be the deciding factor if I get a bump or not.

      E-mail/Zip submit advertisers certainly do scrub the hell out of them.

  2. Simon says:

    That profit is really good, I hope it lasts for you.

  3. zalds says:

    Congrat$$$ for the record breaking leads per day & profit per day.
    That traffic source gold & intriguing.. nowadays it is not easy to get 0.01 per click traffic source.

  4. Jasmine says:

    Wow, awesome. That’s really crazy profit for a day!

  5. Congrats Tyler. You have definitely made progress over the past few months :)

    • mouad says:

      hey luke this is the 2nd time i apply for a publisher account i got denied the 1st time, please get in touch with me

  6. That is quite an amazing number!!! I wish i will get those numbers one day with my business!

  7. Those numbers are awesome. I really need to get more on the mark this next year. I really have been slacking.

  8. Brad says:

    keep scaling it dude, some campaigns tend to die out quickly. Hit the campaign hard and scale fast. My buddy was doing $5k/day net. but it only lasted a few weeks.

    – Hope it works out well for you!

  9. Aaron says:

    Are you sending that direct to the offer or to your own landing page?

  10. thats raw, i really need to try this

  11. used tires says:

    Congrats on the triple records! Quite impressive overall. That’s some healthy progress in a short time.

    -Jean

  12. affiliate marketing for beginners says:

    Can anyone tell me about affiliate marketing.how it works,is it good to join and which one is good?

  13. […] personal records on almost a daily basis. On December 17th, 2011, I set a new personal record by netting $590.72 in profit from my affiliate campaigns. On December 19th, 2011, I set another record by grossing $1,276.50 in […]

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