Ever Thought About Buying Solo Ads?
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Traffic is the life blood of any business – your success literally depends on how many quality leads you can generate and convert into sales. One of the best ways to generate traffic quickly is by booking a solo advertisement. It’s true the whole landscape of your business can change in a little as 24 hours when you buy from the right vendor.
What are solo ads? The general premise is to find a provider in your niche that has a large mailing list and you pay them to send a pre-written email swipe file to their subscribers. Normally this costs between 0.30 and 0.60 per click. The email and swipe file is sent to your squeeze page which collects opt in’s. A good converting solo ad converts at 30% to %50 of the total email sent. From there you will have the emails from subscribers in your niche to follow up with and build a relationship. Generally on your solo’s squeeze page you will offer a free gift to entice users to sign up to your marketing list.
You have to exercise caution when you buy a solo ad. There are so MANY folks selling solos these days there are more than a few bad eggs. Cheaper is not always better (like 10 dollar solo ads). You can increase conversions significantly by buying solo advertisements from a seller who has a buyer list. Buyers lists contain serious people who have made a purchase in the past therefore they are of more value. Getting lots of clicks from freebie seekers who never intend to buy anything just wastes your time and money.
Purchasing solo ads is also very versatile. Not only can you generate targeted email leads and traffic in the short term, in the long term you can also become a seller when your list reaches a critical mass. In fact many people get started this way, buying solo advertising for their own email marketing campaigns then end up selling a portion of their traffic as an additional revenue source. It's no wonder that this practice exsists because it is much easier to get paid to send email clicks than to actually sell a product. This is a double edged sword though as, yes it brings in more solo sellers to buy from - but as anyone can set up shop quickly it also brings out the scammers. That is why I prefer buying from an online directory as vendors are held accountable and it's harder for the end user to get scammed.
The rule of thumb we use when buying solo ads is to look for providers on forums like the warrior forum or other online solo directories. This way we can see the social proof and read other peoples experiences with any given seller. People don’t last long in this business if they are out to scam people. As this is an unregulated industry and easy to get into, do your due diligence and buy ads from a trusted source.
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