good solo ad sources

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Can anyone recommend

good people for solo ads in the IM niche?
#internet marketing #good #solo #sources
  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Ocasio
  • Profile picture of the author Lee Murray
    Yes, Reed Floren's Solo Ad Directory is great. Safe-Swaps is another one. And if you don't mind shelling out a couple hundred bucks, check out the grand daddy of them all, Charlie Page's Directory of Ezines.
  • Profile picture of the author celente
    safe swaps is probably if you are just starting out.

    you can test squeeze pages and OTO, for pennies on the dollar.

    Make sure you read the reviews before stepping in the water...There are a few sharks / scammers there unfortunately.
    • Profile picture of the author RobertoM
      Originally Posted by celente View Post

      safe swaps is probably if you are just starting out.

      you can test squeeze pages and OTO, for pennies on the dollar.

      Make sure you read the reviews before stepping in the water...There are a few sharks / scammers there unfortunately.
      Hi Celente,
      Could you clear up what do you mean by "There are a few sharks / scammers there unfortunately"? Do you refer to list owners to swap with?
      I'm about to try Safe Swaps.
      Thank you.
  • Profile picture of the author shintaiguy
  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    Check out the classified section on here there are plenty to choose from

    Once you start to use solo ads make sure you keep a track on the ones that perform the best and ditch the ones which don`t perform

    Paul
  • Profile picture of the author shazyaar
    safe-swaps is the best you can track how many clicks you get and subscribers
  • Profile picture of the author O0o0O
    The Warrior Classifieds Section is a great place to find some solo ads for sale.
    • Profile picture of the author kenrussell
      Originally Posted by O0o0O View Post

      The Warrior Classifieds Section is a great place to find some solo ads for sale.
      Be careful.. I just lost $287. Bought 1,800 clicks for $287 and ended up getting 0.
  • Profile picture of the author XponentSYS
    There are plenty of Warriors who offer solo-ads. Simply do a search for "solo-ads" in the forum and you'll find plenty.

    I like doing it this way because the thing about this forum is that there's SOCIAL PROOF. This basically means that fellow warriors who've BOUGHT solo ads come back and post reviews.

    This is cool because EVERYONE ELSE takes the risk and you can read through these reviews to find out who you're comefortable with.

    Me personally, here's two sources I like...

    Reed Floren's Solo Ad Directory

    Solo-Ad directory is cool because it's a collection of vendors the owner has personally used and he actually posts HIS results.

    Here's a fellow warrior that I like.....

    Rock Star Solo Ads...

    I have some great information in my signature about finding solo-ad vendors. You don't need to buy my WSO - if you click and go to the sales page, there's a "first 30 pages" free download (no optin) and within those first 30 pages, i cover how to find the RIGHT vendors.
  • Profile picture of the author mdc2727
    Trying out buysellads right now..just sent in first ad today...
    • Profile picture of the author XponentSYS
      We'd be delighted if you report back with your results.

      Originally Posted by mdc2727 View Post

      Trying out buysellads right now..just sent in first ad today...
  • Profile picture of the author Lucas Cepeda
    Hey guys, if you sell solos and need more exposure check this new site out.

    soloadscentral.com
  • Profile picture of the author CBGraphics
    mycheapjobs best
  • Profile picture of the author DavidOriolKing
  • Profile picture of the author TheSalesBooster
    There is so much risk in solo ads I wouldn't even gamble on it. It's so easy to fake clicks and sign ups. Social proof on here doesn't mean much either. I saw a shady solo ad offer in the classified section.. The guy has a billion reviews from 1 post wonders and all the reviews are written the same way.
    • Profile picture of the author XponentSYS
      Originally Posted by TheSalesBooster View Post

      There is so much risk in solo ads I wouldn't even gamble on it. It's so easy to fake clicks and sign ups. Social proof on here doesn't mean much either. I saw a shady solo ad offer in the classified section.. The guy has a billion reviews from 1 post wonders and all the reviews are written the same way.
      You make a valid point.

      It of course makes sense to use due diligence when researching solo sellers. I took for granted that everyone knew that.

      Thanks for pointing that out.
    • Profile picture of the author robs132
      Originally Posted by TheSalesBooster View Post

      There is so much risk in solo ads I wouldn't even gamble on it. It's so easy to fake clicks and sign ups. Social proof on here doesn't mean much either. I saw a shady solo ad offer in the classified section.. The guy has a billion reviews from 1 post wonders and all the reviews are written the same way.
      Yeah, you have to be super careful with solo ads. They are taking off right now and every man and his dog and jumping into them. There are some great sellers out there but there are also some dodgy guys. Don't be afraid to jump on skype and have a chat with the solo ad sellers.

      Here's some questions to ask:

      1. How have you built your list?

      2. What is your list mainly interested in?

      3. Will you be sending my solo ad out to your buyers too?

      4. Where I can sign up for your list?

      Rob Stafford
  • Profile picture of the author chocobo244
    Check few places, Safe Swap, Facebook Group for solo ads, and Warrior Forum classified.

    There's testimonial on FB Group for solo ads seller whose name has been reviewed by good sellers.Link as below. https://www.facebook.com/groups/Solo...nials/?fref=ts
  • Profile picture of the author djneill
    ASK a lot of question first and if you're not tracking then get free tracking from clickmeter.com so you know that seller isn't putting you ad up on a traffic exchange.

    I've even had bad experiences with the Solo Ad Directory by Reed Floren. There are some good sellers here on the WF just do a solo ad search and talk to the person before buying, and research some reviews of them too.

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