What kind of offer can be promoted using solo ads?

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Hi all,

I am planning to use solo ads in order to build my email list from scratch but at the moment I have an account only with peerfly, maxbounty and adscendmedia. Knowing these networks do not accept email traffic for most of their CPA offers I would like to know if I should try to subscribe to another one.

My niche is business and internet marketing (just have about 20 articles at the moment + a squeeze page offering a free ebook).

Thanks in advance for your help,

Booster
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  • Profile picture of the author JP Sauve
    Originally Posted by Booster View Post

    Hi all,

    I am planning to use solo ads in order to build my email list from scratch but at the moment I have an account only with peerfly, maxbounty and adscendmedia. Knowing these networks do not accept email traffic for most of their CPA offers I would like to know if I should try to subscribe to another one.

    My niche is business and internet marketing (just have about 20 articles at the moment + a squeeze page offering a free ebook).

    Thanks in advance for your help,

    Booster
    Think outside the box Booster. If there's a particular campaign that you'd like to advertise, but it doesn't allow email traffic, create a review website to pre-sell the surfer and advertise that site to your list. This way, you're not advertising the sponsor directly through email. Double check with your AM that the sponsor will be cool with this idea. Most sponsors will be.

    If your list is big enough, your affiliate manager might be able to seek special approval from the advertiser to allow your email traffic. That happens all the time, but you need to be able to earn at least $1000 from a campaign to make it worth the sponsor's time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Booster
      Originally Posted by JP Sauve View Post

      Think outside the box Booster. If there's a particular campaign that you'd like to advertise, but it doesn't allow email traffic, create a review website to pre-sell the surfer and advertise that site to your list. This way, you're not advertising the sponsor directly through email. Double check with your AM that the sponsor will be cool with this idea. Most sponsors will be.
      Do you mean that the review website should contain just one page about the sponsor (== landing page) or do I need to create a real review website containing several reviews of different sponsors?

      PS : In the first case that will mean I will have to create a review site for each sponsor.
      In fact, I am helping one of our client in implementing his marketing strategy.
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  • Profile picture of the author JP Sauve
    The best option would be creating a full site reviewing multiple products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ethiccash
    Most sponsors (and networks) don't accept email traffic because of potential spam issues and uncertainty related to how the list was built. They don't want anyone to report spam with their domain or tracking links reported. They're just moving the risk onto the affiliates who can then send their email traffic to their own domain / landing page.

    But as JP says, the best is always to talk to your AM and see what's doable.
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    • Profile picture of the author bigbenre
      I would recommend signing up to both Clickbank, JVzoo, and Warrior +. These 3 platforms all provide information products in the IM Niche. You should be able to find plenty of offers that are well catered to this niche. Also these 3 networks are usually very easy to get into. Hope this helps.

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    • Profile picture of the author Booster
      Originally Posted by Ethiccash View Post

      Most sponsors (and networks) don't accept email traffic because of potential spam issues and uncertainty related to how the list was built. They don't want anyone to report spam with their domain or tracking links reported. They're just moving the risk onto the affiliates who can then send their email traffic to their own domain / landing page.

      But as JP says, the best is always to talk to your AM and see what's doable.
      I better understand now why after I made offline marketing in parallel for our client (in fact I am helping a client to develop his marketing strategy and extend his target niche) and two persons confirmed to have applied to one of the client ad but apparently (according to my client feedback) nothing has been taken into account by his affiliate network.
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  • Profile picture of the author toniboy121
    BIGBERNE hit the nail on head i personally use clickbank.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneyt
    you can sign Up For Clickbank I highly recommend It
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    • Profile picture of the author Booster
      Originally Posted by moneyt View Post

      you can sign Up For Clickbank I highly recommend It
      Our client still hesitating with clickbank since he would like to be sure the products are totally reliable. In case, we have made our research and apparently the better option for our client seems to be to invest some money in google adwords for his cpa offers.

      Thanks again
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