does any one know the best way to advertise

by Cloopi Mart 45 replies
Hi...does any one know the best way to advertise my newbie website software & hardware sales we also sell ready made websites starting as low as $3.99 cad.
i tried advertising for free got no where so i started paying for traffic and thought i would get some sales again not the case i used hitleap gets traffic but no $ales i tried other paid services but it seems like there are all the same a bunch crooks..anyone can give me some advice i would gladly appreciate it thanks..
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  • Profile picture of the author jords16
    facebook would be great for your website. But i would suggest that you must improved your website, make it more professional looking so that you will get your ROI.
  • Profile picture of the author aborsuk2
    I would try to create a small free offer for the front end optin, then I would push solo ads to it.
  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    I would partner up with bloggers who cater to NEWBIES

    Set up an affiliate program and do custom outreach to these bloggers

    Since you build ready-made sites, installing and configuring an affiliate program shouldn't be difficult for you.
  • Profile picture of the author quadagon
    I'd stop sending traffic to the site until you've redesigned it and put up some copy.

    I literally have no idea where I am, what I am suppose to do when I visit the site or why I'm even there. Some pictures (not aligned) with prices mean nothing.
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  • Profile picture of the author annajaden
    Try Facebook, Google Adwords and Adroll(remarketing). Twitter and LinkedIn will be much costlier.
    • Profile picture of the author Howard Mims
      I've noticed that I spend about $5 for a 1,000 people reached no matter the platform. Is there a cheaper way?
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  • Profile picture of the author creiben31
    Social Media platforms are definitely one of the best partners when it comes to advertising nowadays.

    Have you tried retargeting pixels? It's quite good with targeting potential buyers of a particular product or service in your area. It also helps you find new customer based on their recent and previous searches.

    You can check out this blog that I've found: 5 Simple Steps to Create a Facebook Retargeting Campaign

    Hope it helps!
    • Profile picture of the author David Beroff
      Originally Posted by creiben31 View Post

      Social Media platforms are definitely one of the best partners when it comes to advertising nowadays.

      Have you tried retargeting pixels? It's quite good with targeting potential buyers of a particular product or service in your area. It also helps you find new customer based on their recent and previous searches.

      You can check out this blog that I've found: 5 Simple Steps to Create a Facebook Retargeting Campaign

      Hope it helps!
      I'm curious; did you actually look at the site in question? Your advice may be very good for someone whose site already has sharply-defined and well-communicated goals.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Friedman
    Put the software names above the images on the homepage. You can not tell what any of them are! Why would I click on any of them as a visitor if I can't see what they are for?

    Simplify your homepage and put a small bit of copy to help with SEO. You need to tidy this up before spending any money on advertising. Look at it as a customer and ask what they would do. Be critical.

    Then, to advertise, look at social media (facebook, twitter, LinkedIn?) and possibly Bing for very targeted, well converting traffic.

    Also, Look to launch an affiliate campaign, either in-house or through a smaller network who will recruit the right affiliates for you.

    Reach out to bloggers and key online influencers in the industry and ask them to review the site/software on their websites/social media.

    Just a few thoughts off the top of my head.
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