How to Run Google Ads for Affiliate Marketing – $2,000,000 Profit Google Search Ads Best Practices

See my exact AFFILIATE strategies that made me over $2,000,000 so far Using Google Ads for Affiliate Marketing. For even more case studies related to paid search ads go to

In this video I describe google search ads best practices for affiliate marketers.

I show how to get past the bridge page policy for gogole ads, and how to spy and find Google search ad examples for affiliate marketing. Easily spy on all of your competitors using the free SEMRUSH trial at

If you have been wondering how to use Google search ads for affiliate marketing then check out this video right until the end!

I also share Google search ads best practices on how to bid before switching to target CPA bidding or “automated budding”.

I talk about how to find great keywords to target, and how to run Google ads as an affiliate marketer without breaking the bridge page policy.

Using google ads for affiliate marketing involves building a high quality website and delivering valuable content to your audience. If you want a free guide on the entire system check out this free report:


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20 thoughts on “How to Run Google Ads for Affiliate Marketing – $2,000,000 Profit Google Search Ads Best Practices

  1. Hi Joey… Fantastic with video with amazing content. What is wrong with having your "discovery keywords" being picked up by your broad match keywords? Does adding these keywords to your actual campaign reduce cost or something? What's the advantage? Thanks.

  2. great video really helped a lot loved how you went in depth but would be helpful if you explained different terminologies other than that thanks for this video once again.

  3. Hey Joey, not sure if I understood. According to what you said (and Google policies), I can't place an ad to send someone to a landing page or a page where a different person sells a product, is it right? In your example, I need to have a website/blog full of relevant content in order to get leads and then promote a product through email?

  4. why the first account with millions of dollars spent is different than the account you just created? I thought they would be the same? I hope it was not a screenshot ahaha

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