what other paid marketing other than solo ads ?

by ginaheng 14 replies
hi, i am a newbie in promoting affiliate digital book on internet marketing. i tried solo ads 300 clicks recently and received 3 FE and 1 UpSale. Do i keep continue in solo ads and increase in purchasing much more clicks or at what point of time i should try other paid source?
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  • Profile picture of the author rritz
    Sonce you got sales it seems solo ads are a good traffic source for you.
    I'd stick with it for the time being!
    Test out different things, optimize for conversion and try maximising your ROI.

    You'll learn a lot about using solo ads in due course.

    I personally like to stick with one kind of traffic if it showed promises of working well and getting my campaigns optimized for that traffic source.
    Once I feel very familiar with one traffic source I start getting into a different one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Timmo7890
    I agreee with Rritz, Stick with one form of advertising until you are profitable. Test and measure each individual part of the advertising process down to landing page, emails etc. Everything you use. Keep doing it until you can see your ROI improve. Sounds like you have some positive feedback already so I would keep tweeking it until it improves and scale up then. Then look at other forms of advertising once you have made it work with solos.
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    • Profile picture of the author ginaheng
      Going to add on more clicks in solo ads and will continue to test and measure ; up sales , emails .. Etc . Thanks advice ! 😊
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by ginaheng View Post

    hi, i am a newbie in promoting affiliate digital book on internet marketing. i tried solo ads 300 clicks recently and received 3 FE and 1 UpSale. Do i keep continue in solo ads and increase in purchasing much more clicks or at what point of time i should try other paid source?
    If you have sales, keep at it. There is no point in moving to a new traffic source unless you've tapped your current one out or are looking to expand even more (using soloads plus a new traffic source).
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  • Profile picture of the author goodboy1
    Hi whats up body i to start affiliate marketing with clickbank which type of advertise is good for me which is bringe sale how is facebook campaign and bing ad?

    Please help me i will appreciate of your advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    I monetize fresh / targeted 3rd party data (email).

    If you are not familiar with it, it is simply data that the users have provided permission to receive messages from third parties. So it is 100% can-spam compliant.

    Data that is readily available is geared more heavily toward lead generation verticals (niches). Which is mainly what I promote since it is far easier to get someone to fill out a short form to receive free information than it is to get them to take out their credit card and make a purchase. However, there are other niches outside of lead generation.

    However, you can easily get good pay lead generation offers($20-$40+ per lead) from CPA networks, that it can be hard to justify sending offers that require a sale to be made unless it a high converting offer.

    Some of the verticals I have done extremely well with are: insurance, education, credit, mortgage, assistance, discount offers, debt, loans, homeowner offers, etc...

    The data is rarely as responsive as building your own highly targeted opt-in list, but this is not an issue. Because the data is much much cheaper and highly scalable compared to building your own lists. Plus it is even possible to get rev-share data, which is data that you get for $0 upfront cost and then you split the revenue generated from sending it, with the data provider.

    It's all about testing the data and sending relevant offers. If I'm getting data that is for auto insurance, I then send an auto insurance offer. If I'm getting data for education, then I send an education offer, etc, etc...

    Also, the long-term profits of the business aren't about the initial data that you acquire. You will want to segment the users that click and open messages and remove the unresponsive users. This way over time you will be building smaller, but more responsive list that eventually you should be able to send less and make more with each mailing. Basically, you are converting the initial data from quantity to quality. Which I then cross promote other offers to the lists to further monetize them.

    There is obviously much more that goes into it, but it really does work. Everyone that I know that is in the business (data monetization) and knows what they are doing, for the most part, does 6-7 figures. While that's a huge range, much comes down to one's ability to scale and effectively build / manage the infrastructure needed to scale.

    It's not for eveyone, but something to think about.
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    • Profile picture of the author ginaheng
      Thank you for sharing about this data monetization , really appreciate. Will give a thought about this, in the mean time will continue adding more clicks on solo ads to drive more traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author PrincePatridge
    I also suggest that you first stick to solo ads and keep adding more clicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author daronch
    There're a few other paid sources you can try, like Google and Bing ads for search engine traffic and Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn ads for social media.

    Can also purchase banner or text ads on other websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brady Maijon
    Facebook ads, Bing ads, google ads. In my opinion, Solo ads is one of the best targeted traffic around.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rozanne
    I have never liked the concept of Solo ads since the term came into existence. I feel pity on publishers who buy the same amount of subscribers everytime.
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  • Profile picture of the author arindamroy
    Apart from the Solo Ads, You also can go for the Facebook ads, Bing ads, google ads according to your conveneince.
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    • Profile picture of the author ginaheng
      m marketing internet marketing .
      m interested in tier 1 , have already started in solo ads and running still.will see the result .
      will follow up with you on cpc when going to start marketing again

      cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author hiltonn
    solo ad in affiliate marketing is one of the fastest way to get traffic to your site
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