Google Cash Detective 3 Review (Google Cash 4 Review)
UPDATE: This Page Also Concerns Google Cash 4
I am a member of Google Cash Detective for several months. I subscribed when it was first launched as a web service. At the time I was VERY DISAPPOINTED. But since then a lot of terrific features have been added and the bugs have been fixed, and NOW I LOVE IT! Let me show you why…
In the following days I will show you:
- How it looks like from the inside
- The different spying modules available and some profitable campaigns
- My Google Cash Detective Bonus Worth $100,000 PER MONTH!
- An example of how to use the MOST POWERFUL FEATURE of the Google Cash Detective.
- How I have uncovered The Shadow campaigns (yes, The Shadow from Google Shadow). I have found his direct linking campaigns from clickbank and shareasale, the ones that bring him more than $100,000 a month.
- How in just a few minutes I have found a profitable campaign in a competitive market then cloned it and how I am right now profiting from it.
Google Cash Detective 3 is powered by a new data base architecture that literally triples the speed of searches. These architecture changes will enable them to roll out more advanced search features and handle more data in the near future. Personally I don’t have any problem with the speed of GCD 2, if they had to do this it means that the coming features are going to need a lot of resources. Wondering what it’s all about…end of side note!
At first, when you login and access the members area, it seems like very few features are available but as you will see this tool is incredibly powerful.
On the main googlecash detective screen, there are only 2 real options: "Search" and "My Keywords".
If you click on "My Keywords" you see the keywords you are currently spying. This is just a convenient view of your current projects but it is not where the power of Google Cash Detective resides.
These are some of the top categories I am currently spying. If I click on one of them I am able to view more related keywords, which advertisers are bidding on these keywords, for how much time are they bidding on them, their ads etc. Let's click on the Acne category for example:
For each keyword I have an overview of how many advertisers are bidding or have bid on them. There is also a nice little option on this screen. Before digging deeper, I would like to show you the "Presenter" in action. For each keyword, if I click on the slideshow link on its right, a new window opens and shows me ALL THE ADVERTISERS LANDING PAGES for that keyword!
This feature is a time saver. You don't have to go to Google, type your keywords and click on all the advertisers ads to see how they are promoting their products. You get to see it directly from the Google Cash Detective interface.
Let's dig deeper now, let's click on one of those keywords, let's take the very broad term "acne" (click on the image to see it in its original size):
It seems to me that the first 2 advertisers are affiliates because they are reviewing some acne related products. If they are we might have found a goldmine because the acne market is a HUGE one and these 2 advertisers are bidding respectively on 175 and 923 keywords. If they are tracking to the keyword level and if all those keywords are profitable ones, then my friend this could be a JACKPOT.
If not, then no problem there are a lot of other advertisers in the Google Cash Detective database and finding a profitable one is just a matter of minutes when you start playing with the software.
Ok, let's check just one of them very quickly, let's click on the first advertiser URL (researchacnetreatments.com) so we can see which keywords he is bidding on (Click on the image to see it in its original size):
WOW! There are some very high traffic and expensive keywords there! Let's analyze just 2 of them:
best acne: 74,000 searches per month, Cost Per Click = $3.31: This advertiser is paying for this keyword for 97 consecutive days now and he is still advertising on this keyword as of today! The average position of his ad is 1.10 meaning that he is probably paying something like $2 a click. Let's assume that his ad has a bad CTR (click through ratio) and that only 0.5% of searchers click on it. It means that he is at least receiving, for this single keyword, 370 clicks per month at $2 per click, he is paying a minimum of $740 per month. Again this is just for this single keyword. He is bidding on it for 97 days now, you can bet that this keyword is making him money. And don't forget that I have been very conservative here: 0.5% is a very bad CTR, I hope he is doing a better job!
acne: Ok, this guy is bidding on the broad term "acne"! He is either crazy or his landing page is converting a lot of visitors to buyers! Look at that (Click on the image to see it in its original size):
2,740,000 searches per month, Cost Per Click = $4.02, This advertiser is paying for this keyword for 65 days, his ad is still showing up today and its average position is 1.07, meaning that he is probably paying about $2.50 per click! Once again let's say that he has a bad CTR and this time only 0.3% of searchers click on his ad. If that is the case, then he is receiving a minimum of 8220 clicks per month or about 270 clicks each and every day! At $2.50 per click, this keyword is costing him a minimum of $675 PER DAY!
And he is bidding on it for 65 days! As of today this keyword has cost him about $43,875, and once again it is all very conservative! There is no doubt that he is making a lot of money!
Let's check his landing page to be sure that he is an affiliate.
It seems like he is an affiliate! His landing page is awesome. Have a look at it, he has written reviews for a LOT of acne related products and there are a very high quality product images. I'm sure he is getting a very high conversion ratio. Now I would like to check the links he is displaying on his site, so we can be sure if he is an affiliate or not. Let's look at his "Editors #1 Choice":
The link he is using to send the visitor to the product sales page is http: // images.ultracart.com/aff/F0F482CD2F1FFA011EBC6B4ABD631600/index.html
Once again it looks like it is an affiliate link because of the /aff/ characters.
I went to the ultracart.com page to see if it was an affiliate network and from what I have seen this is an ecommerce platform for merchants. So maybe this landing page is a false review page created by a merchant for his own products. I'm not really sure. Anyway he is bidding on very expensive and high traffic keywords so he obviously makes a lot money. Creating a similar site and promoting the same kind of products as an affiliate could be very lucrative. I think you could outsource this for something like $400 or $500 or just do it yourself, but it would require a bit of time to write as many reviews.
Now, we haven't seen the best Google Cash Detective feature yet.
Just continue reading, you might be shocked by its power!
There are 4 different spying modules in Google Cash Detective, well currently 3 but a 4th one is on its way:
2.1 Spying by Keywords
This module is terrific. It doesn't work like other spying softwares. In softwares like Ad Spy PRO for example, once you enter the keywords you want to spy, you have to wait several days or weeks in order for the software to collect enough data. If after some weeks you see that an advertiser has paid without any interruption for one or more of them, then you can bet that these keywords are making him money.
In Google Cash Detective, this is different! When you enter a keyword, you get to see INSTANTLY who is bidding on this term, and for how much time. No waiting needed, you can have profitable campaigns from day 1. Let me show how this works by entering a keyword like coupon. A lot of people are looking for all sort of coupons to get rebates before they proceed with their purchases.
So after entering the word "coupon" without quotes in the keyword search module, Google Cash Detective gives me a list of 597 suggestions:
Now I like to look for keywords with VERY HIGH Cost per click. I like that because if advertisers are willing to pay a lot of money per click for a keyword and they are bidding on it for a long period of time then this means that a lot of money is being made. After spending a few seconds looking at these "coupon" keywords, I found this one:
Keyword: hostgator coupon
Average search volume: 2,900 per month
Average cost per click: $23.80
After clicking on this keyword, here is what GCD displays (click on the image to see it in its real size):
Bingo! Many affiliates are bidding on this keyword and they pay big bucks for it!
Now we can find all their keywords just by clicking on their URL. And for each of them we see for how much time they are bidding on it, all their ad variations and which one has the best CTR, their average position, the cost per click and a profitability index. Look at the first 3 advertisers, profitability index is > 10,000 which is a lot!
I had a look at the landing page of the first advertiser, it's pretty ugly but surely very profitable:
(TO BE CONTINUED…)
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