Use These Tips To Boost Your Solo Ad Success
If you’ve ever considered buying solo ads for a product promotion, you will enjoy these tips which will aid you in the process.
Using solo ads can be a fast and cheap way to build a formidable mailing list.
Many would argue that it is simpler and less costly than advertising on Facebook and Google.
Of course, this will depend on several things, however solo ads will tend to be somewhat less expensive.
In case you didn’t know, solo ads are advertisements bought from a solo ad vendor who maintains a list of
subscribers who have an interest in a particular subject.
The subject could be make money online, weight loss, dating, or even dog training (pet niche).
When you buy a solo ad, you simply order a certain number of visitors (“clicks”) from a solo ad vendor.
If you think this sounds cool, I assure you that it is. It is very cool.
The amount of “clicks” that you can buy can vary from as small as 50 clicks up to thousands (depending on the seller).
The seller will deliver at least the number of clicks you have ordered, but most sellers will deliver more than the
It is one of the easiest ways to get “targeted” traffic on your mailing list.
Here are a couple of tips from a solo ad insider (me) which can help you with solo ads.
Tip #1: Make Contact With Clients Who Have Purchased From The Vendor You Are Researching
When you look to purchase a solo ad from a vendor, you should try to match the offer with the list.
What do I mean by this? Well, you want to try to find out if the solo ad vendor’s list contains emails of possible
potential buyers for your product.
In the simplest of terms, you don’t want to try to sell a steak to a vegetarian.
So, if you really want to try to improve your odds of success with a vendor, you’d like to see if his/her previous
clients who have had a good result with a product similar to yours.
Contact them and ask them how their offer converted with the vendor to confirm your research.
If you have a similar offer, you’ve got a better idea as to how well you might do with a particular vendor.
Tip #2: Pay close attention to how a vendor obtains leads
Vendors obtain leads from a multitude of different methods.
Some obtain them from banner advertisements, social media, as well as other solo ad vendors.
You can research vendors to find out if they have bought solo ads from other solo ad vendors by searching different Facebook groups.
Many vendors will list on their salespage where they obtain leads and how often they get leads, however it is
important that you confirm and fact check what they state on their site.
When you contact the vendor, you should also ask them specific details about how they obtain their leads.
Do everything you can to find out more information about the type of leads the vendor has.
Don’t just show them your offer and ask them if it will convert. Do your own due diligence.
You need to gather as much information as you can, and the more information you have, the better your chances of success.
I hope these tips will be beneficial to those of you interested in pursuing solo ads.
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The Efficient Marketer