How to Make Money With Solo Ads
In this article, you will learn how to make money with solo ads. You will also learn why solo advertising is one of the best traffic generation tools available today. It is easy to do and will almost always create a high return on investment. Let’s get to it.
A solo ad is basically an email advertisement. It goes out as a solo mailing. This means that your ad is the only thing that your potential prospects will see. This is good news for you if you want to build a list fast or promote affiliate products.
The best thing you could do before you try solo advertising is to locate an affiliate product that is converting extremely well. There are many tools for you to use to find out if a product is doing well. The important thing is that you locate one.
Once you find a great converting product, you can easily locate the e-zines that are targeted towards people who would be willing to purchase the affiliate product. Always match up the product with the niche. For example, a “make money online” product will do well if promoted to a list of people interested in “making money online.” Internet marketing would also be a great match for this product.
You can find solo ad providers who will guarantee a certain amount of clicks to your website. This can be a little more expensive but you will be able to know exactly how many people are seeing your product. Try to find solo ad publishers who charge$0.50 per click. This will yield the best return on investment. You can almost always negotiate the price of the mailing. So be sure to ask for a discount.
Always contact the publisher before you order. You don’t want to purchase advertising if the person will never do a mailing for you. Keep track of how long it takes for them to respond to your email. If they don’t respond to you, don’t purchase advertising from them. It’s that simple.
Let’s talk about some numbers. If you were to purchase 200 clicks and 40% of them subscribed to your mailing list that would be 80 new subscribers on your list. Now let’s say your sales page converts at 5%. That would be at least 4 sales. And if your average sale is $100, that would be $400 in sales. Let’s say that you spent $110 for the 200 clicks. That would be $290 profit. Excited?