Traffic That Converts: Where To Get The Best Solo Ads!

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Build your list with the best traffic you can find…

Everybody’s always talking about how the money is in the list!

But if you build your list from crappy traffic sources… Guess what? The only money in that list will be the money you spent to get it.

However, it don’t have to be that way for you.

Wanna know how to build a high quality list of 1,000 subscribers in no time?

Solo ads!

Read on…

Now before I go into detail about finding the best solo ads…

I first want to say that you can find a lot of crappy solo ad providers out there, people who are just in it to make a few bucks. They don’t care about their lists or the quality of the traffic they send you.

But you can also find a lot of fantastic providers, people who do honestly care about delivering top-notch traffic.

Solo ads over the years have gotten a bad name, but they still can work wonders, you just have to be a little more careful now with who you purchase them from.

With that said,

Solo ads continue to be my first choice for quick traffic and gaining subscribers fast.

In case you are not aware, a solo ad is when someone with an existing list is selling a certain number of clicks (usually 50, 100, 200, 300, etc.) from their list.

For example, I can purchase 100 clicks from solo ad provider “Bob” for $40. I will tell Bob what link I want him to promote, which is usually my squeeze page. Bob will then email his list and tell his subscribers about my site.

When a subscriber of his clicks to go to my site, that counts as one of the 100 clicks that I purchased.

I typically get around a 40% conversion rate

And I have gotten as many as 150 subscribers in a single day from solo ads!

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So how can you build your list up to 1,000 subscribers using solo ads?

Simple math will tell you how many solo ad clicks you will need to purchase.

Looking back at the 40% conversion rate I mentioned earlier, if I purchased 100 clicks from Bob, I would end up with 40 new subscribers on my list. So if I kept purchasing 100 click solo ads, I would need to purchase 25 solo ads in order to get 1,000 subscribers on my list.

It’s important to understand that you are not forced to only purchase 100 click solo ads. If you have found a good solo ad provider, you can ask them if they are able to deliver more than 100 clicks.

If so, you can purchase more, which would cut down on the total number of solo ads that you will need to buy.

But for starters, I would only purchase 100 clicks from solo ad providers which I haven’t bought from in the past. Then if I find that they send quality traffic (if my conversion rates are staying high with their traffic), I’ll usually purchase 300 or more of clicks from them at a time.

But it is also important to note that the more you promote your squeeze page, no matter how unique it originally was, it will soon lose some of its “newness”, you will need to keep testing and changing it up to keep your conversion rates higher.

The more you promote it, the more people will see it, the less effective it will be.

When purchasing a solo ad, you may also want to consider sending the provider a pre-written email (swipe) that they can send to their list.

For the most part, solo ad providers will write their own swipe to send to their list, but it’s often a good idea to send them something anyways.

And now for the good stuff…

Watch this video as I show you a quick and easy way to find top quality solo ads!

 

 

Once you understand all of the above, you can now go out and find the best solo ads for your offers.

Also if you want to learn how to add 1000 targeted subscribers to your list in no time flat… Click here for more info!

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Terry Henry

Skype: terryhenry357

Email: Terry@StreetSmartMarketer.net

” I teach entrepreneurs the common sense approach to getting leads, building lists
and making sales online.”

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5 Comments

  • Helen Waters-Fiddler

    Reply Reply February 19, 2015

    Hi Terry, thanks for the information. The video was great and as a newer marketer, I really appreciate the knowledge you share!
    Helen Waters-Fiddler recently posted…By: Helen Waters-FiddlerMy Profile

    • Street Smart Marketer

      Reply Reply February 19, 2015

      Why thank you Helen 🙂

      It really means a lot to me to know that you are getting value
      what I share on my blog here.

      It also means that I’m actually doing what I set out to do in
      the first place with this blog… and that is to give the best
      information I can, to the people who need and want it.

  • Dawn

    Reply Reply February 23, 2015

    Solo ads have been kind of a “how do I keep from being taken” phenomena until recently. I am going to join that group you mentioned.

    If I remember correctly, a couple of our blogging friends also shared posts about what kind of questions you should ask solo ad vendors.

    Just to clarify my own feeble mind…tier one are buyer links?
    Dawn recently posted…Business Online – Are You Asking the Wrong Questions?My Profile

    • Street Smart Marketer

      Reply Reply February 23, 2015

      Tier 1 traffic comes from countries that are considered to have the most likely buyers, ie
      the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and depending on who you talk to even Ireland,
      South Africa and Germany… As long as they are English speaking people from those countries.

      But, it’s really the top 5 that most marketers and solo ad vendors consider Tier 1 and those
      are the ones I usually target, even in my Facebook ppc ads.

      Hope that helps 🙂

  • Francisco linares

    Reply Reply February 17, 2016

    Hi Here

    I am seeking solo ads traffic from the main primary

    English Speaking nations, but excluding USA

    as my bizopp doesn’t extent there….

    thanks francisco

    looking forward to your replay

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