Native/Display to Search campaigns have exploded in popularity recently, and operating them on native traffic is "a piece of cake" - especially when compared to traditional lead generation or direct sale offers. In reality, most of these ads function with a direct-link flow, which means they don't require a landing page or any pre-sell material.
It may not be as simple as it appears to gain access to networks that supply search feed connections. In general, most search feed providers only accept advertisers that spend at least high figures daily. In addition, the majority of them want verification of ad expenditure. Conversions can be recorded in a matter of minutes, but income might take up to 24 or 48 hours to confirm, making the optimization process more difficult, though estimated revenues per click can be measured real time.
When we promote search feed arbitrage links, we're essentially pushing result feeds for certain keywords that someone else is bidding on search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others. This is where search traffic purchasers should accept clicks from these sources if they have already run search traffic. These offers are generally classified into two groups, depending on the search provider: When the visitor is supplied straight with the promoted service/product listing link, this is known as a 1-Click Flow. 2-Click Flow & 3 Click Flow – The visitor will be sent to the promotional service/product listing links after being supplied with a pre-lander.
Given that the goal of our offer is to get visitors to click on a sponsored search result supplied through search feed, the rewards may appear minimal at first glance. You could even believe it's difficult to make such offers work, given that the RPC (revenue per click) can range from $0.01 to $10 or even more depending on the targeted location and keywords. On the plus side, these offers have a good conversion rate on average. It might have a conversion rate of 15% or higher, depending on the targeted nation and product/service behind the keywords.