What are the best PAID traffic sources?

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Hi warriors! Just a quick question to all about Paid traffic sources.

Which ones are people using and why? also what results have you had from each?


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    • Profile picture of the author PrestonSr
      Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

      If you are lazy to do a search:p Google adwords and Bingads could be a great start but make sure you get atleast 2 WSOs on how to make your ads cheap and high converting

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  • Profile picture of the author Henri Lind
    FB ads with custom audiences
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  • Profile picture of the author smoh
    It really depends on your niche. There's a lot of factors to consider with PPC management and selecting the right networks.
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    • Profile picture of the author pitterz
      Originally Posted by smoh View Post

      It really depends on your niche

      Hit the nail on the head!

      Google adwords can often be expensive and many struggle to produce a positive ROI. You need to have a good eye on your conversion rates (at every stage of your funnel) and how much a click is worth and this will tell you the true value of the traffic and positive or negative ROI.

      Facebook can be good especially for opt ins and vouchers/coupons or simply to build likes on your Facebook page to grow your audience. Can also be highly targeted.

      Solo ads can work really well to build a list and if you have a high converting autoresponder sales funnel then this can work really well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dain
      Seriously???

      Are people promoting the use of Google adwords with the internet marketing niche?

      Have you used Google adwords?

      If you're promoting outside the IM niche or fitness then I would say Google and Facebook are fair game.

      I had my google account closed for promoting an IM offer. Google HATES internet marketing. You have to have your ducks in a row to promote anything related to making money online, and they still might shut down your account.

      Google is being quoted as: "Trying to rid the internet [with anything make money related]"

      And recommending a newbie to Facebook ads will ad frustration as well since they are also not keen on the IM niche.

      It's HARD to get your ads approved on Facebook and it can be a grind.

      My advice is to do some research on squeeze pages that are "Google and Facebook friendly" in order to get everything accepted through them.

      Or...

      Start with solo ads. Especially, if you've never bought any traffic before.

      And of course....

      If you're not in the IM niche....

      Then you can ignore my entire rant

      but you would still need to have a 'google friendly' squeeze page if you choose them.
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      • Profile picture of the author Rishy
        I think second tier PPC networks like 7search are good while starting with Paid traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author danielph
    I think the facebook adds are the best now
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  • Profile picture of the author LexiB
    The best paid ads in my opinion are the ones that have great copy on them that lead to a great lead capture page with great copy, with great free content attached that leads the prospect into a strategic offer sequence.

    It doesn't matter where you advertise if you can write killer copy!

    In my opinion, the best paid traffic source for direct response salespeople like us is direct mail. It's expensive but it works really well if you have a great list and a great ad.
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  • Profile picture of the author troy23
    Google Adwords, Bing, Yahoo or Faebook Ads.
    Other than that try solo ads.
    7 search was not a good one for me when I tried it a while back.
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  • Profile picture of the author Roman Cologne
    Best by far for me...

    SOLO ADS.

    You have to search for the good one, but once you found them you are golden...
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    • Profile picture of the author jerrywhyte
      Originally Posted by Roman Cologne View Post

      Best by far for me...

      SOLO ADS.

      You have to search for the good one, but once you found them you are golden...
      please any specific idea on how to about combing for the best solos?

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  • Profile picture of the author IMStrategus
    PPC and Targeted Solo Ads.
    Can't get better that that since it's the most targeted you can go online.
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  • I find that Solo Ads and PPC gives me the best results.
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonBennet
    Your questions is a bit too generic. Different people will get different results from different paid traffic sources. I think the main key thing is to test it out so that you will know the sources that works for you. What works for another person does not mean that it will work for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
      Originally Posted by JasonBennet View Post

      Your questions is a bit too generic. Different people will get different results from different paid traffic sources. I think the main key thing is to test it out so that you will know the sources that works for you. What works for another person does not mean that it will work for you.
      I totally agree with this. Since 2001 I have tried hundreds of different forms of paid advertising and advertising networks.

      It all depends on what you're marketing, your price points, your marketing funnel(s), etc.

      A lot of people think of PPC when they see the term "paid advertising", but really, it's just a drop in the bucket in the overall paid advertising world (which is growing annually).

      I advise people to Google Jonathan Mizel and learn how to use paid advertising from him, the guy knows what works and what doesn't. If you can't get your ass over to the annual Adtech conferences, he's probably one of the top guys to go to.

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  • Profile picture of the author MartinPlatt
    Solo Ads, PPC, PPV, Media Buys.. Tons of places to go, depends on how well your offers are converting, and your budget...
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  • Profile picture of the author davegarcia939
    PPC and Media Buy is working best for me. It's all depends on the niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author aarthielumalai
    Adwords has been there for a long time, though if you don't have a lot of funds, I wouldn't recommend it, as they are pretty costly. Bind and facebook ads are quite good too. I like how facebook allows you to choose the demographic and so on.

    Other than that, you can do solo ads and media buys too, though you need to be careful while dealing with individuals as there are a lot of scammers who fake their site's traffic and so on. Just make sure the information you get from them is legit before you invest on them.
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    • Profile picture of the author davegarcia939
      Originally Posted by aarthielumalai View Post

      Adwords has been there for a long time, though if you don't have a lot of funds, I wouldn't recommend it, as they are pretty costly.
      I agree with you. Currently I am using Facebook and 7 Search for PPC reason.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kukelka
    I think best quality traffic is PPC(adwords) but it so expensive for for example keywords like: make money online,make money,make money at home.. and of course google don't approve simple squeeze page ,google wants valuable posts,articles,reports in landing page blablabla ... so best option for quality traffic is solo ads.There are many quality and reputable solo ads sellers in warrior forum ,in skype groups,safe swaps,fb groups. The main thing what you must to do before buying solo ads traffic is to check seller.Check his profile,testimonials,reviews from other people .Make sure he is providing quality traffic. With these type of seller you can't go wrong
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  • Profile picture of the author trafficmasters
    question gets asked a few times a week, If you have the budget check out sitescout for some real time bidding!
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  • Profile picture of the author Drew Trainor
    I recommend solo ads in the IM niche and Media buys or PPC outside of it...
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  • Profile picture of the author mert
    definitely FB ads for target audience..

    P.S. Just make sure you know the best way to go with this without spending too much.
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  • Profile picture of the author WordpressManiac
    I vote for Solo ads! If you're in the Entertainment niche Facebook can be a good Deal if done right.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phil_t
    Bing is a good all rounder. Not too expensive, more lenient than Adwords and the traffic quality and volume is quite good. 7Search is really cheap but then volume and quality is quite low. However, it is a good starting point for newbies, and people do make money there.
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      • Profile picture of the author liam0706
        I have been using fb ads and not so much of google. But i figured out send ur ads to ur own personal page and capture your lead before sending him to your offer, doesnt raise any red flags
        My ads on fb gets approved in less that 15mins.

        Good luck
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        • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
          Originally Posted by liam0706 View Post

          I have been using fb ads and not so much of google. But i figured out send ur ads to ur own personal page and capture your lead before sending him to your offer, doesnt raise any red flags
          My ads on fb gets approved in less that 15mins.

          Good luck
          I agree. I have never had Facebook deny any ad I submitted that goes to one of my squeeze/lead capture pages. Most of the time the ads are approved in less than 30 minutes. I have even had plenty of luck getting ads directly to Clickbank offers approved. I think FB has gotten a lot more lenient with IM because they realize there is lots of money to be made in that for them.
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        • Profile picture of the author planetlubs
          The best are:
          1. Google adwords (Expensive,steep learning curve strict)
          2. Bing ads (Cheaper than #1 above)
          3.Facebook ads (Cheaper than both 1 and 2, simple user interface, very large audience and targeting abilities)
          4. If you can also learn about PPV, you could try Lead Impact, Trafficvance etc.
          5. Try plenty of fish (POF) advertising if you have the niches that fit there. 9More suitable for dating and some health Niches)
          6.Targeted soloads ( Could easily be scammed if you do not chose a good and honest provider )

          Those would be the best in my opinion.

          Note: If you are a newbie, I would recommend that you first familiarize your self with the traffic source and how it works. The reason being that Paid traffic can easily make you broke if you approach when not ready. Buy WSOs or other products on how to use the above traffic sources effectively before you invest your money in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author yoangov
    Facebook, Google, Bing, PlentyOfFish, YouTube

    They are all good for certain verticals, and target audiences.
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  • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
    solo ads, classifieds can cheap but can be effective, and pay per click.
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  • Profile picture of the author extremeboy
    Niche is best to define what works best like

    if you are site is on Entertainment,Shopping,gifts,foods etc > FB is the best
    For Selling Products,bussiness related,internet services etc > Adwords and Rest PPC Best
    For promoting some sort of Music etc types above two are good but CPM networks would be good too

    So basically it varies from niche to niche what works best.

    Easier way to find what works for you is try it and see
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  • Profile picture of the author koubain
    Solo Ads are very good
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  • Profile picture of the author Al amin
    Facbook, Facebook and Facebook for starting with paid ads
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  • Profile picture of the author joan2009
    Google adword is expensive but the quality of traffic is great but I find it easier to advertise on facebook and you can even advertise your fanpage if you don't have a website.
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  • Profile picture of the author TeamSEO
    Wouldn't recommend buying traffic. You are not likely to be getting targeted traffic. Use SEO and ads you will get quality traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author rednwhite
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    Pay Per View
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  • Profile picture of the author aminovich
    FB is DEFINITELY the best paid traffic source, you can get targeted traffic !
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    facebook ads
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    solo ads... but if you master FB ads it's crazy what u can do
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  • Profile picture of the author ma247
    There are a lot of paid traffic source online. You should use them according toy your requirements.

    1. Bing Ads : Best for promoting CPA offers
    2. Banner Ads : Best for promoting health, food, recipe products
    3. Facebook Ads: Best for entertainment related offers or products
    4. 7saerch: Very cheap but good for cpa offer (better for newbies)

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author svetod
    Adwords and Bing Ads for me.

    Adwords is more hard, because there is much more competition and CPCs are higher. But there is much more traffic and opportunities.

    Bing Ads converts fantastically well! It's cheaper and it's easier to make a profitable campaign for newbies.
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  • Profile picture of the author 24INVEST
    Trafficvance, Leadimpact, Mediatraffic, Google ads(expensive, but good), Linkedin ads, Reddit ads, adclickmedia. Most Recommended for just good website traffic: Stumbleupon Ads. The more engagement you get with your paid audience, the more free traffic you'll get too
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by stemurf View Post

    Hi warriors! Just a quick question to all about Paid traffic sources.

    Which ones are people using and why? also what results have you had from each?


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    My top 3 traffic sources are:

    1. Adwords - Best Quality/Good Volumes
    2. Facebook - High Volumes/OK Quality
    3. BING - Low Volume/Good Quality

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author TB Ann
    If non adult i am surly going with FB and Bing.
    No replacement of their
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  • Profile picture of the author Tanvir010
    Yes.There is a lot of paid traffic source.But I like
    1.Fb ads
    2.Bing Ads
    3.7search
    4.Banner ads.

    As you want to start paid I recommend you work in peerfly.Because they will give you high payout and they have many offers.search them in affpaying and offervault.
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