In this Blogpost, I'm going to show you a simple strategy that you can use to make crazy profits with Google ads and affiliate marketing. Hey, I am on a mission to become a millionaire before the age of 30, and I'm using this Blogpost to document my progress but also share tips and tricks along the way.
I'm going to be talking all about Google Ads and affiliate marketing and, in a particular killer strategy that I've been using to make some crazy profits. I'm going to reveal everything in this post and show you exactly how it's done. Google Ads is a really good traffic source, and I think a lot of people kind of forget about it, especially now because we've got like Facebook ads, which are like the thing that's dominating at the moment.
But never underestimate the power of Google Ads, and if you do it right, you can make a lot of money from it. So many people get Google Ads wrong when I first started with Google ads. I got it totally wrong I wasted so much money I set my ads up wrong.
I thought I knew how to do it because when you go on there, it doesn't look that difficult, but there are a few things that you need to do when you're setting up your campaign and the way that you target with things that makes a massive difference.
Why People Get It Wrong Initially?
I got it totally wrong when I started, and I see so many people getting it wrong today. I'll show you some examples of people getting it wrong and how you can get it right the strategy. I'm going to share with you today is fairly straightforward, and there's no reason why you can't follow the steps in this post.
My Google Campaign Strategy:
Today get your campaign running and start making a profit. So let's dive into it and show you how it's done. I'm going to show you how to actually set up a campaign step by step in just a minute. If this is looking confusing to you do not worry, it's pretty straightforward, and I'm going to show you the secret source for this strategy, which works so well with Google ads.
Not a lot of people are doing it, and yeah, it's working amazingly for me, but before I do that, the Google Ads work so well. And why I think it's an amazing traffic source, especially for affiliate marketing. The reason is that you're getting people who have already got buyers' intent.
When someone comes to Google, they are already looking for some more information, or they're ready to buy a product that they probably have already heard about somewhere else. I said in the intro loads of people using Facebook ads and their advertising their products on Facebook ads.
Then what happens is people might hear about that on Facebook, and they might want to do a bit more research about it then they go to Google. If you can get your advert in front of those people, then you've got a much higher chance of getting a conversion because they've already been warmed up a little bit.
They probably already heard of the product, and then you're going to jump in and get that sale. I'm going to show you how to do that. Before I dive into that, I actually want to show you how to find affiliate products that you can actually promote on Google Ads.
You will get an idea of how to do the research because that's probably one of the hardest parts is finding products that you are actually allowed to promote on Google Ads. There are particular products that you're allowed to use the brand name in your Google Ads.
You actually find a lot of products, but branks don't allow you to either run Google Ads to their affiliate products, or they don't allow you to use their brand name because you're kind of competing with them. I'll show you how to find products which do allow that, and there are loads of products.
If you know where to find them but main products like a builder, I'll click funnels; they do a live way and other products out there. You can do a bit of research and just check out the affiliate terms to make sure they allow like Google Ad search ad Bing ads.
However, they're one of the best ways actually to find products is use networks like Max Bounty. The max pan in a moment is a matrix, it's M and known for m40 RI x. Basically, it's an e-commerce and CPA affiliate network. You make a sale with one of these products, and you earn a commission; that's basically what it is.
You get like a one-time Commission, so it's CPA, and the good thing about this Network is, they allow Google Ads. That's a good one to start with. You can have a look around; they allow all of their products and allow them to run Google ads – which is amazing.
You'll have to use brand keywords, and everything the other way of doing it is by going to max Barney. You go to max Barney and then you would just go to search campaign traffic types. You'd search options, and then you want to make sure that search is ticked.
Then you leave everything blank and then click search, so all of these products will show at the bottom. You could promote on Google Ads or Bing ads or search ads, which is amazing. But for this particular strategy, we're going to use the branded keyword in our advertisers.
We're going to explain more about in a moment, but what you need to do when you're looking out for the products is that make sure they allow you to use the branded keyword. For instance, we will use the top one, such as a bouquet bar gift box for Mother's Day.
They payout 24 dollars per lead, you click on that, and the first thing you want to do is, you want to check the search restrictions, which is usually on the right-hand side. It literally just says no keyword restrictions, which means you can use the branded keyword for the campaign.
When I say the branded keyword, it means you can use the title the name of the brand, so bouquet bar in your advert, which is really important for this strategy, which I'm going to show you in a moment.
They're the keywords we want to avoid, so what you would do is just go down at the bottom, and find products that you think you got. They're pretty good; you have a lot look at them. Make sure they've got no keyword restrictions. We just could have run loads of adverts to these because that's not the best way to go about it.
Do some research:
The next thing you want to do is do some research and make sure people are actually searching for this product. You copy the name of it, and then what you want to do is go to Google Ads key planner, which you can access from inside your Google Ads dashboard.
Or you can just google it, Google Etsy, and make sure you just go on the Google one, which is free. Some of these ones are paid Google Ads Keyword Planner and just log into it. Then go to tools and then keyword planner is up there. This is a really good tool because what we're trying to do now is you want to make sure that people are actually searching for this product.
Make sure it's worthwhile creating a full campaign about it when it loads. You can find new keywords. Obviously, we're not trying to find new keywords, we just did a bit of research, but this is the best way of doing it. Then you want to do is to paste in the brand of the products which you're thinking of promoting on Google ads.
I mean, it doesn't have to be the free max, but it could be from a matrix, or it could be from it, could be what you found, could click funnels builder up or anything like that. Then you want to search and click get started. It will this just in the United Kingdom because that's where I'm biased, but I'll just change it to worldwide.
What you guys got bouquet bars got four thousand four hundred searches per month, which I mean isn't that many, to be honest, but it's still got potential. It's got some searches, but what you would do is, you'll just go through, and you might get a little Google spreadsheet to go in, and you want to paste in the name of the product and the link.
Just keep going down and then trying to find the best products doing a bit of research; that's where it's about. You'll find one, which has got a lot of which, allows you to do keyword and which allows you to do branded keywords. There's a lot of people searching for it.
That's how you find products, and you do better research to make sure there's a lot of demand for it, but that's not it. We're not just going to run adverts directly to that keyword. Here's the secret sauce of this strategy, and it's all about reviews.
What we're going to do is, we're going to create a campaign based around a review of a product now. It's not as difficult as it sounds, and it doesn't even take that long to sell. But honestly, this has been working amazing, so why would you do in this situation.
I would also search for the bouquet bar review. I make sure people are searching for that. I mean, that's not getting a lot of searching. This isn't a great example, but you would just go down, and you want to make sure people are searching for it.
What we're going to do is to focus on people who are looking for reviews about products. This works so well because if someone is looking for a review of a product, they obviously know about that product. They've already been advertised by someone else.
They've already seen, probably, Facebook ads about the product which might have introduced them to it. Now, they're thinking about buying, and they were doing a bit more research. Then, they're going to Google, and they might have even looked at the main website of the product for a review about it.
If we can put a review at the top of Google, which I'm going to show you how to do that about that product, then inside that review, we've got our affiliate links. We're going to get a lot more conversions because people are just about to buy.
This is almost like the final step before they buy. We're cutting out all of the advertising spend that we would usually spend on Facebook actually to get them to hear about the product. Moreover, we're letting other people do that for us. We're kind of just closing the sale at the end of our review.
I'm going to show you some examples before you run off. I think you've learned everything that's not it because so many people still get this wrong. It's to do with how you actually target your keywords and how you set up your campaign, which makes this work really well.
Furthermore, it gets you super cheap clicks and gets you to the top of Google. I'm going to show you some examples now because this isn't a great example. For instance, someone searches builder I'll review, what's come up is click funnels.
This is how you can get this through really wrong click funnels welcome to clip from us 14-day trial. Then the advert below that is builder all services, start your seven-day trial right now. What do you know is, in the two top adverts, no one is showing a review of the person here.
So I want to see is a review of the builder, but I don't want to see anything about click funnels and do not want to see the builder at seven-day free trial because I already know about that. I'm trying to find some information about it. If you put an advert here that is actually a builder all review, people are going to click on it.
If a lot of people click on it, people are going to purchase through your link. If your links are at the bottom and even if you want to add some bonuses to that reviews at the end, then that will close even more sales. This is how people get it wrong because they don't target right.
So the person who's running advert I set their adverts to look totally wrong, which I'm going to show you how not to do that. This person again targeting people who are just looking for anything associate your builder on, and what we're going to do with this campaign is.
We're going to make sure we only show up when someone is searching for a review. If someone just searches for the product here, so it could be. Let's try a click for us and look here another one someone's doing this wrong here click funnels 14-day free trial I don't want to click funnels 14-day free trial.
I want a review of a clip from us; this person is doing it right. They've got a complete click funnels review, so this is the type of advert that we would be running. Let's see whether it's going to lead for a lot, as you can see if you look at the bottom corner.
It's a Philly link so people will read this, they'll get engrossed in, and they'll probably just click on the link, they'll be a call to action at the bottom. I'll be surprised if they don't give some bonuses as well, so you can do this with almost any product is a 14-day free trial.
Basically, that's how you do it, and you create a review now you can do this on anything really. I just thought what I've been doing is I've been doing it for like like CPA offers that matrix. I've just been doing a really quick one-page website which hasn't got any other buttons on it.
It's literally like almost like an advertorial, and I've just been writing a quick review about certain pieces of software. You've been doing e-commerce reviews when bought, finding other people's reviews online, and then kind of adding some of the information into mine.
What I did Wrong?
It's been working really well, but that's not everything because it's how you actually sell your campaign to make sure you're not showing up for the wrong things, which is what I did. When I first started, I was just randomly showing up for so many different things when I was doing Google ads.
I'm going to dive into actually setting up a campaign now and show you how you do that, how you target those keywords before I do that it's want to show you. This is just them from my course, but I just want to show you one page out of this thing.
So how ads are ranked, before we dive into setting up a campaign, I want to show you just this little bit of information that changed the game for me. As I said, people get it wrong, and they are running adverts that I just showed you are getting this wrong.
When Google ranks an advert, they rank it, whether it's going to go in the first place or third place, etc. They don't just base that on how much you're willing to bid, which is what I thought. I thought the person who's at the top of the Google search is paying the most, but it's not just that.
It's that is a massive factor, and it's how much you're willing to pay per click, but it's also the Quality Score. So Google actually likes ranked your advert based on a few different factors. It basically gives you a quality score, and to work out your ad rank, they get your quality score and times it by your max bid, which equals your ad rank.
This is making sense, but what this ultimately means is that, if you've got a higher quality score, your bid could be lower, and you could still rank higher than other people, which means you could pay less per click if your quality score is high which is again one way to show you how to do in this in.
When I set up a campaign now, but the fact is which plays a part in Quality Score, add relevance expected click-through rate and the landing page. So as I was saying, if you're looking for a builder or review or a click funnels review or a bouquet review for that thing that was showing you.
You want to see a review because that is that means that that advert is relevant. When someone, when I search, clicks France review, I mean builder overview. This click funnels advert pop-top that means click on that; this click funnels ad pops all that is not relevant to me.
What that means what that tells me is that this person is playing a lot per click, and I just clicked on it by mistake. So sorry, Bala, but they're paying a lot per click because their ad is not relevant. So if you actually got a builder role review here and you created a builder or review campaign, you would rank higher than this person.
You probably would be paying less per click, and the key factors which make an advert more relevant are literally you need to have the same product. So don't try and think, if someone is searching for builder all I'm going to show up a click funnels advert because that's not what this person is looking for.
The key point to that is you want to make sure that you've got the keyword in the title of your advert. For instance, this was the build arrived, but it would build a role with you and then add the keywords in there that just increase your ad relevance.
It increases your click-through rate and if your landing page is about the review of what your advert was about. Google can read that, and it can tell; it gives you a much higher quality score, which brings your click price down, which is really important.
It gets your a drunk high up, and hopefully, that makes sense because that is a really important part of Google Ads. I'm going to walk you through actually setting up a campaign now how actually to set up inside Google ads. So you can actually do the targeting rice, and you actually make sure you're a DS super relevant, which is the most important part.
Create a Google Ads Account:
I'll show you how to do that now if you've not got Google Ads account then you just sign up at Google it but if your Google ads and coupon. If you've not created an account before, you usually can get some kind of like 75 pounds or $75 free ad spend.
When you first start, you do need to spend like 25 pounds of things to get it to work. I don't know if that's still currently on, but it's worth checking out. I walked you through actually creating the campaign in Google now, but before we do that, you would have the product that you're going to use.
You already need to create a review. Let's say you find product what I've been doing to create my reviews, and I've just been doing one-page reviews. I've been using a template on click funnels, which is just really simple; it's just a one-page template; this is it.
I just come along, and I just edit it, add some text and change the images, and it almost looks like it's an advertorial. I think it looks like it's got some bits, but you just have the buttons here, which can have check availability. Then they would lead through to the product that you're promoting.
Obviously, you do a real review of the product talk about the pluses talks about the minuses. I can leave the template to this down below the shared phone or for less. If you want to use this but you can also do it on builder all. You can do all on WordPress.
You can basically do a review on anything really, but this is what I've just been doing because it's easy just to duplicate and just keep churning more out for different products. All you would literally do is get your product just for this example. We'll do the bouquet bar now; it's not the best product not got the most searches.
But it would just be like our in-depth review of bouquet bar obviously you make it look cool and then that's it. You create your fruit, and you publish your review, you've got it, and then now we need to go and create in the campaign. If you go to Google Ads and you've also got your Google ad account, and you go to campaigns and create a new campaign.
We're going to send the website traffic, there're different ways you can sell Google Ads, but the simplest easiest way is just to do website traffic. That's probably the most suitable for affiliate marketing because it is the easiest way. We'll just go for that, and it's going to be a search campaign because, as I said, we're going for people that are looking for reviews.
They're searching for it we're not trying to show, this in full of people that I've never heard of the product. So we're not going to go for display, we're not going to go for video, we just won't be blood actually searching for a review of this product which makes our life easier.
We don't waste load time on it, then you report the website, now this doesn't matter, and it can give you some ideas for keywords later but you would just put your website com. It's not the actual tracking link or anything like that so that we could continue.
Give your Campaign a Name:
Name the campaign, so the campaign in this situation is bouquet bar and then basically the way Google Ads itself. It's kind of similar to Facebook Ads, but they have campaigns and then inside those campaigns the other ad groups. Then inside those ad groups, they have ads.
So it's kind of t filters down, so the main umbrella is a campaign and usually what you would do, you would have one separate campaign per product that you're promoting. I'd have a campaign for bouquet bar, and then everyone was going to do builder.
I'll have a campaign for builder all, and then inside those, you have different ad groups and the ad groups is where you set the different types of targeting. I'd have it, and if I were going to try different ways of advertising, I would have a campaign based on reviews of bouquet bars or reviews or builders all.
That would be my target because I only want my advert to show up for people who were searching for a review, which makes it really relevant. It increases the click-through rate, and I get cheaper clicks. If I wanted to branch out and try other things, I would create a separate ad group that might be targeting people that are looking for bouquet bar pricing, or another one would be like bouquet Bar discounts.
I could set up a web page, which is all about bouquet bar discounts or builders or discounts or click funnels discounts or whatever. So what I'm trying to say is you make sure that each a group is is targeting a different audience, and that's how you kind of separate your campaigns.
So the campaign name is just the whatever product you'll do in, and then we obviously just want to keep it search Network get rid of the display. You can target whichever countries are allowed on the offer, which the United States for this one.
Set Your Budget:
That's already ticked English is fine, we're not going to mess around with audiences as I said there are so many different layers to Google Ads, but the quickest easiest way is just to go for people that are searching for whatever you look whatever you've got to offer, and then you are going to set your budget here which is how much you want to spend each day.
Obviously, if you're starting out testing things out, just start low well like I've got one of my campaigns like four hundred pounds a day because it is just so profitable. Obviously, that takes time to build up. So just start off like ten pounds fifty pounds a day whatever is, and then the bidding strategy is we're not going to do conversions.
We're not tracking conversion; we're just going to go for clicks; it's fun they're enlightening above me on the roof. If you can hear the noise of rain and stuff, that's what it is. It just starts pouring down, so anyway bidding. We're going to go for clicks, and then what we're going to do is click on their searches choose the bid strategy yourself.
Then you just choose the maximum bid you're willing to pay, which just limits your spend and it means you can monitor a bit more. So just set this something like 20 cents or 20 pence or whatever you're willing to pay per click. Obviously, you can change that as you start to see clicks coming in.
If you're wasting a lot of money or whatever and then we go down to add extensions here, which I'm not going to go into too much detail now because we don't need to add these on. Basically, these are just little bits you can add to your Google ad with different links to different sections on your website.
It doesn't really apply to reviews, but basically, what these do these increase your click-through rate. Obviously, what we said before without that thing, I showed you, the diagram is the higher the click-through rate, the higher your quality score, which is the lower your clicks.
Do think about looking to add in these if you can on to your websites. If you have over links or if it's the main website that you're running and you've got different reviews with different products or other things like that. Then you could potentially add those on but with what I've been doing.
I've not been using that I've just been using one page as I said. I'm going to skip that for now, but we click Save and continue, and then we're in the ad group, which is probably the most important part. But it's not the most important part; it's a really important part of getting cheap clicks and save him on it and making sure your ad is relevant.
So this is all about the targeting of your advert, which is basically all down to keywords because we're already going to target people who are searching for certain terms. I'd call this like bouquet bar review, so we know that any ads that are inside this group, which we're going to create in a moment, are all targeted towards reviews.
It's all leading to a review, and it's people that are looking for reviews, then this is the important bit. It's all about the keywords now what a lot of people do when they come to Google Ads, which is what I did. When I first did is just type in anything you can think of associated with the product.
So this was builder about the builder, I'll build, they're all free trial builder all whatever and then it even got that make money online and stuff like that. This is the worst thing that you can do because there are different ways of doing keywords.
If you just type a random keyword in here, even if it is associated with this, it's called a broad match, and what Google will do it will just think, it will try and work out what your adverts about. It will just show a lot of people, but those people won't necessarily be interested in your advert.
If I typed in builder all and attacked in make money online, I had to know these different things that will show up for. If someone were trying to find how to make money online with Shopify and on my builder, I'd review my pop-up, which doesn't make any sense.
I might get some clicks, but my ad relevance will be. So allow my rank will be low, but if someone does click on it. It will cost me a lot of money. We need to make sure that we're putting very few keywords in here, and they're very targeted keywords.
That is the key to what I would do. The main thing you want to do, especially when you're starting out is, you use these exact match keywords, which means it's got a little square bracket around it. What this means is so say this is the keyword that we're going for bouquet bar review.
If we just start it in like this, it'd be a broad match, which means it would show up before it might just show up for anything related to a bouquet because Google will just try and work it out. And Google likes to spend your money, so they probably just show you adverts random things.
If someone's searching for a competitor or bouquet box review or something like that might show up. So what we want to do is you want to make sure the advert only shows up when someone's looking for a bouquet bar review because we don't waste any money on running them.
So we just pour these square brackets around that, and that means what my advert is. If I just left it like this mag, that would only show up when someone typed in bouquet bar review in that way. In that order exactly like that, it is nice and the easiest way to do it.
It is the cheapest way of doing it. You're not going to waste money on the run them clicks; the only downside today is people search for things differently. Someone might search Boelcke, and I'll just type it so some might search bouquet, let me just paste it, then my search bouquet bar as one word and review.
If they did do that, if you just had it with the brackets around your advert wouldn't show. Although you are a lot safer doing it with brackets, it's obviously a lot more limiting. You could add a few different exact match keywords like that and maybe do that, it showed up for both of those phrases and then it might be a bouquet.
I don't know bouquet bar bouquet review bar something odd because people type things ran limbing into Google, and then it would show up for that. So that's the safe way the other way of doing it, which I also recommend after you've tried it out I'd stick to this way first is using broad match worth forgot to phrase it.
Basically, you add you got a pause next to it, so what you would do is you would have plus next to it. I'm just impatient every time fit, and then you would have a pause, and if you add the word bar, then you add applause and in the word review.
What would happen there is your advert would show up if anyone searched Boquete bar. If you, but it would also show if someone searched the best Boquete bar with you. This means that the search they're searching for it, and you need to include all of these words in your adverts.
However, these words are short, but they can be of any order, and they can include other words as well. So that's just another way of reaching a bit more of a wider audience. Maybe if you want to start to open land, start to test other things out, but as I said, we just stick to exact match, especially when you're starting out.
Then, we just click Save and continue. We'll create the advert so you would put your link to your final URL there, which is the review that you've created. It would just be like, you might just have a domain which is reviews.com/ or whatever, and then there is the headline which you're typing in there.
You can see up here, but this is another really important part because if someone is searching for Boquete bar review, they want to see straight away that this actor is about a boquete bar review. They don't even need to know it's an advert, but they want to see that this is about a bulk a bar review.
How to Get More CTR?
Therefore, the easiest way to do that and to increase your click-through rate and lower your pricing clicks and increase your quality score. You can increase your quality score by having that keyword, they're searching for, in your title.
That is what I would definitely have straightaway, and you can split test the different order of this, and it would be like, we reviewed. Obviously, you ran out of space, so just put a bouquet bar review there. If you like, we reviewed the number, you've run out of space.
This is the only issue with the number one Mother's Day, I mean we ran out of space there, but the number one used to do a lot Mother's Day. This is pain-in-the-ass Mother's Day gift 2090 something like that I mean it's got a little line there because we've heard the senator.
But you have a play around with that about on the earth and could be an honest review of bouquet bar or is bouquet bar worth the money stuff like that. Obviously, make sure you've got the word with you, and it doesn't really work so well with the bouquet bar.
It's just the example that I came along with point because that builder I'll review. The real truth for something like that then people are going to click on it because they want to see the real truth before they're about to buy. Then inside that, you've got your links as we know of a little quick tip as well as this is a display puff.
So even if your domain doesn't have these keywords at the end of its own, it doesn't actually show up what you do is, you can add keywords here, what they were searching for which again increases the click-through rate. Although which is pricing click, so why would have a Bowl, and then that just means you can see there.
Just make sure that they're definitely going to click on the right thing, and this just works really well, and in description again, you would just write a little bit about it use the keyword. I'm not going to go for an ox; it's taking too long and if you want a tracking URL and stuff into that.
She doesn't need to do that, and then we click saving it to you and your adverts, that is it, and that is how we go, and then we just click continue to campaign and then as click start coming in. You'll see them come along here; you'll see how many impressions it is, and the idea is you want to get the click for a rate as high as possible.
So what you could do is you could duplicate the advert and maybe tweak it and try a different one over and over again. Then when you start to find a winning advert, it's got the highest click-through rate. The cost per click will be the lowest because that's how it worked, then you get rid of the other ones that are how you start to upscale and quickly show.
You might just be an aside if you don't know how this works. So then you've got different tabs down here which you can take a look, and you can change things. So you could have keywords that show all the different keywords.
Obviously, we're just running for the one keyword, but you can change the bid and stuff in there, and then you go into your ad group. You can see what different ad groups, you've got so you wanted to target different things. Then you might want to create a whole page about pricing, but we see in this example, we're just focusing on reviews.
I'm not a stir strategy; it's a pretty straightforward strategy; I mean, you do have to write a review for it, which I think is a really good thing because a lot of people can't be bothered to do. They can't be bothered, and they just want to send the direct link to Google or to any traffic sauce with their affiliate marketing, and they want to make instant mana.
So there's a slight barrier to entry where you actually have to go out of your way to find your product and create a review. As you've seen that even I sometimes couple doing reviews, no one is doing them for builder all, they're doing a click Francois someone's doing it for click funnels which I saw before there.
But I mean there's still space down here to get in there with a different review. You can change it out like his domains are maybe changing to that clip from review, calm, and increase your click-through rate. You can just find lots of different products in Mac's bounty are on matrix.
This is a matrix I made another sale and final products and look at them and just create reviews around them. But what I would say is focus on one at the moment and then try and increase your click-through rate in your advert. So don't just try it if you don't make any money on the same day.
It's big, throw it away because when I started, I'm running more now on our matrix, which I only started the other day. The first couple of days, I wasn't making any profit, I made a couple of sales, but I was losing money, and then I tweaked the advert split test in some advert.
I got my click-through rate, or even higher, I then changed the way that I did the review pay. So I added more calls to actions on the review page and then increased the people going through. So then, by like day three, I was making that $200 a day profit just from this one review.
Stick with it, and it's a really good way of my key affiliate marketing sales, and Google offers now. Obviously, I can't cover everything in one single video about Google Ads. There's a lot more to it's a lot more in-depth, and there are many different ways of doing it if you are interested in learning more about Google Ads.
The different strategies and the more advanced strategies do have a full section about it in my affiliate marketing Bootcamp course or training course. I'll leave a link down to below well the biggest section in there is all about Google Ads.
How to make sure you're getting the perfect price clicks and everything else it's really good and in-depth. If you are interested in learning more, check that out in the link below, but if not, the stuff that I've described in this post.
You can definitely use that and run with it; it's a perfect strategy from start to finish, and I didn't leave anything out of that strategy. So you should be successful with it; you've got any questions as always just comment them below.