Nobody can tell you anything without proper system info or other technical details like comp settings, footage used and so on.
Some shots won't track no matter what you do. Some will track badly. Some will track very well. You have to have a bunch of fixed geometry and very little motion blur, a lens with minimum distortion and a camera move that lends its self to camera tracking. You can't go out on a boat and shoot the ocean and expect to get a camera track. You can't put a telephoto lens on a camera and pan across the crowd at in a stadium doing the wave and expect to get a camera track. You also cannot reliably camera track a very long shot with a lot of changes in the scene. You'll run out of resources.
Try tracking a simple 10 second shot of a simple pan across the the front of your house. If that will track then you know how to do it. If it won't then let us know exactly what your workflow is and what kind of footage you are using.