Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Why You’re Poor – PPC Income Tracker

Don’t know why you are poor and your pay per click or internet marketing business is not doing well? Have you even thought about properly tracking your spend/revenue/profit/losses? Check out the video and start using our Free CashTactics PPC Income Tracker right now!

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25 Responses

January 27, 2009

Thanks Andrew!

This is really helpful, I’m going to start using this today.

January 27, 2009

That PPC income tracker is extremely useful!

January 28, 2009

Thanks dude! Good tool. I’m still pretty green to all of this, so I’m hoping this spreadsheet will help me out in the weeks to come.

January 28, 2009

Right on!

I was actually just creating my own when this popped up in the RSS reader. Going to save so much time man! Thanks a million!

January 28, 2009

cool, just plugged my campaigns into this spread sheet… works great, thanks!

January 29, 2009

Awesome. That is something I was really missing. Saves me a lot of time coming up with my own solution. Thank you.

January 29, 2009

Killer thanks man.

January 29, 2009

Hey Andrew, great sheet man. Since you left it unlocked I might try and incorperate some stats dumps in there and auto populate the sheets with a macro… uh.. in my spare time…

January 29, 2009

AffPortal – Sure thing, send me a copy when u do at andrew -at- cashtactics.net and I’ll review it and perhaps make an update.

January 30, 2009

Tested it out and it functions really well. Was looking for something like this to keep everything in one place. Glad you made this so I didn’t have to = )

January 30, 2009

I’ve something similar in excel. Tracks cost and revenue automatically. Just have to punch the numbers. How about a tool where you just upload your google and network reports or better an app. that fetches the reports daily and generates ROI reports like these automatically.

January 30, 2009

That’s called Tracking202 Pro edition.

February 1, 2009

Thank you for a very useful tool. As Michael G above says it will be handy to have it all in one place.


February 1, 2009

Wow.Thanks for this information. I didn’t know about this til now. I am downloading this right now. Lets see results.

February 2, 2009

Just downloaded. I will give it try

February 3, 2009

Wow, what an awesome tool, plus it’s free! I’ll download it as soon as I’m done with this comment. Thank you for the hook up ;-)

February 5, 2009

Thanks for your hardwork in making this list, I will have a look on this document, thanks again

February 10, 2009

This is a greal tool, its always good info to know how you are spending your money and plus its free. Thanks for sharing it.

February 11, 2009

Thanks for this, I was actually setting a goal to track my performance this year. Finally got round to designing my spreadsheet and this pops up.

You’ve gained a new subscriber, I’m actualy going to do a post this week on my blog about tracking performance so I’ll give you a shout.


February 15, 2009

Hello Andrew,

Please tell me if this tool can be used for those individuals who do media buys on an impression basis. If anyone else has thoughts that may address my concern feel free to comment. Thanks a lot.

February 15, 2009

TIM* This tool is designed for PPC marketing. You may be able to customize and edit the file to go along with media buys but i didn’t design it for that.

Feel free to download it and play around with it, you might still find it useful.

February 21, 2009

Very good tool. My PPC is down and and I think this will help keep track of everything.

May 16, 2009
Money Bins

Some great info here. Tracking your campaigns is the only way to succeed in PPC marketing. This is a great tool for just that Andrew, thank you for your recommendation.

June 1, 2010

I think this will be really helpful. I don’t use any type of tracking right now but I know I need to start since my ppc profits are starting to fall.