Best Paid Traffic Sources?

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I'm really thinking about doing Facebook/Adwords advertising and have seen some case studies. Do you guys get good conversions with paid traffic? Which traffic sources work best for you? Thanks for your help in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author dana67
    I had better luck with AdWords than I did with Facebook paid ads. Social media is a great way to get traffic to blogs/sites, but you have to get out there and network. In my opinion, people tend to ignore paid ads on social media because they are generally there to chat with friends, family, and look at other things they are already interested in.

    Your success may depend on your niche though.
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  • Profile picture of the author prenovato
    I've snagged some really great advertising packages at buysellads.com. There is lots to choose from in different price ranges. It's worth looking into.
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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    Kind of hard to answer this question. The best paid traffic source would be the one that works amazingly well for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author artflair
    I had good results with Bing Ads and some of the Solo Ads vendors... When it comes to Bing Ads - they are Much cheaper than the Big G and results are pretty much the same unless you're investing a Ton of money!
    When it comes to Solo Ads, I'd recommend vendors that are including their buyers leads in the list they are using for the solo, if not a solo ad to their buyers list...
    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Here's a list you could look into...


    Google Adwords – Google AdWords ? Online advertising by Google
    MSN Adcenter - https://adcenter.microsoft.com
    Looksmart – LookSmart > Pay-Per-Click Search Advertising
    7Search – 7Search | Pay-Per-Click Search Engine Advertising Network
    Facebook Ads – Advertising | Facebook
    MyAds – http://www.myads.com
    Clicksor – Contextual Online Advertising and Behavioral Marketing Company
    Marchex - Marchex : Pay Per Click
    AdSide – AdSide
    Adblade – Adblade - Online Advertising and Monetization Services
    Adbrite – adBrite Exchange
    AdSonar – http://www.adsonar.com
    POF Ads - https://ads.pof.com
    Advertise.com – Online Advertising Company : PPC : Email Traffic : Remarketing : Display Advertising : Online Ads : Pay Per Click Advertising : Advertise.com
    Pulse360 – Pulse 360 - The Leader in Content Targeted Sponsored Links on the Web's Best Sites
    AdClickMedia – AdClickMedia Advertising Network - Pay Per Click Advertising, online text advertising, banner advertising, and Interstitial advertising.
    Bidvertiser – BidVertiser - Pay Per Click Advertising On Sites Of Your Choice.
    Adknowledge – Adknowledge.com | The leading long tail marketplace
    Findit-quick - Pay Per Click | Pay Per Click Advertising | PPC | PPC Advertising | Pay Per Click Search Engine
    AdManage – Admanage affiliate and advertising network - PPC, CPC Banner, In Text, Display Ads, CPV, Domain Parking
    Findology – Findology Interactive Media - A highly-regarded online advertising, marketing, and traffic monetization platform.
    AdMarketplace – Performance-Driven Search Advertising | adMarketplace.com
    Ezanga - eZanga

    Pay Per View Traffic Sources

    Media Traffic – Media Traffic - CPV PPV Contextual Advertising
    Trafficvance – Trafficvance :: Advanced Display & Text Link Traffic | Home
    DirectCPV – Pay Per View PPV Cost Per View CPV Contextual Online Advertising Network
    AdOnNetwork – Pay Per Click Advertising | Pop Under Ads | AdOn Network
    Lead Impact – LeadImpact

    Pay Per Text Traffic Sources

    Infolinks – Pay Per Click Advertising - In Text Ads for Websites by Infolinks
    Kontera – Kontera
    50onRed – Performance is Paramount | 50 on Red
    Vibrant Media – Vibrant - The Leaders of Contextual and In-Text Advertising
    Linkworth – LinkWorth | Search Engine Marketing - Text Link Advertising
    Inlinks - inLinks - In Content Link Market Place
    InText – InTEXT SYSTEMS (wwwserver2)

    Media Buy Traffic Sources

    Casale Media – Casale Media - Home
    Valueclick – http://www.valueclick.comhttp://www....ickformula.com
    Tribal Fusion – Home « Tribal Fusion
    Traffiq – trafficq.com
    Yahoo AdReady - AdReady - Online Display Advertising Campaign Software for Agencies, Advertisers & Publishers | AdReady
    Ask – http://www.ask.com/products/
    Illyx - illyx Network | Affiliate platform Pay per install, impression, click
    MegaClick - NOTICE
    GoTraffic.com – Online traffic marketplace, where website owners and online marketers do business.
    Advertising.com – Shopping Search | Ask.com
    BuySellAds – Buy Ads | BuySellAds
    DoubleClick – DoubleClick: The technology foundation for digital advertising
    Burst Media - BURST MEDIA
    Dashboard Ad - Dashboard Ad
    Adengage - AdEngage - Engaging Internet Advertising
    CPX Interactive - Welcome to CPX
    Undertone - Undertone
    Ad Pepper - ad pepper media: Home

    Contextual Pop Ups

    Adoori – Adoori - Reinvent Your Advertising.
    Infinity ads - Contextual Advertising | Pop Under - Pop Up Ads - Targeted Internet Advertising Services

    Retargeting

    AdRoll – Retargeting and Display Advertising | AdRoll Retargeting
    AdRetargeting – Ad Retargeting - Behavioral Retargeting - Behavioral Marketing - Search Retargeting
    Fetchback - FetchBack - The Retargeting Company
    Recrue Media - Retargeting Advertising | Retargeting Companies | Recrue Media

    Domain Traffic

    Elephant Traffic - https://www.elephant-traffic.com

    Mobile

    Admob – Mobile advertising with AdMob: mobile ads for apps ? Google Ads
    Jumptap – Jumptap | The Leader In Targeted Mobile Advertising
    inMobi – InMobi | Global Mobile Ad Network
    Adfonic – Adfonic
    Mojiva – Mobile Advertising with Mojiva's Mobile Ad Network
    Mobclix – Mobile Advertising, App Advertising and Analytics, Mobile Ad Exchange, Mobclix

    Credits to Gaugher Chaudhry. I got this list when I opt-ined on his blog. It's a great list so it might be a good share for those who are starting.
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  • Profile picture of the author SebastianAiden
    Google adwords works. Facebook ads are okay depending on your niche. Just remember for google adwords to geo target. It is easy to get cheap ads if you do worldwide targeting, but it isn't the best conversion then.

    Bing ads are pretty decent.

    Stay away from twitter ads. Too expensive and not worth it.
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  • Profile picture of the author 4hdddd
    Craiglist ad is also a great source for getting buyer traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    Google Adwords and facebook ads in very Good option for paid traffic. I have use them both and it gives me good result.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Harkins
    I do actually get a really good ROI when I invest in facebook ads, but it really depends on your niche and what you are offering. Facebook advertising is great but you need to know what you are doing or else you can burn through a good chunk of money.
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  • Profile picture of the author dusaki3
    SOLO Traffic is the best for newbie's and it high quality too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kush Sharma
    Does Google Adwords work well with a detailed page with an opt-in? Or do they zero tolerance against any sort of a squeeze page?
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    SEO is the best traffic you can get.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bharathipriya
    You can define any traffic source as "Best" only based on your target audience. If you are targeting professional network, go for linkedin advertising.

    If you want to target facebook users or the users who liked specific facebook pages, you can go for facebook advertising.

    Twitter advertising also works.

    The most important option is that you can try contacting third party websites (where you can find your target audience) and get their paid ads. Check out moat.com to see where your competitors are advertising and to find what ads are they using to promote themself.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOArbiterJoanne
    It's too hard to answer as the answer is going to be different for different people.

    Just experiment with a couple of different sources and test out different ads on them and measure the results.
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  • Profile picture of the author livedreamachieve
    If i have a site can i ad ads to it on the sides so i can earn everytime someone clicks on it? if so how is it done? im with 123reg any help would be great
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  • Profile picture of the author zerofill
    A lot of people are going to say Facebook to death...

    Which Facebook is great, for certain things.

    When you're looking for a sale on something, think real, low cost products.

    T-shirts, baby items, phone accessories, gadgets, software, things that have a low cost, and people don't mind making a spontaneous purchase to get.

    Branding, just getting your brand seen, which is really easy with Social Media.

    Make Money Online? Work on getting people opted-in and send them through a funnel, with a descent email or video series. Because you are going to have to do a lot of educating, before you convert people
    in that niche.

    Most Facebook stuff, just really requires you to sit back, and start thinking like a normal human, and not a marketer.

    Could really write an entire book, about getting into a different mindset when picking your traffic sources. You really need to know the audience for many of the traffic sources, to really do well with them.

    Normally, I say just take action, do something...

    But you really have to do some thinking about your niche, your offer, and the audience of certain traffic sources. There is no reason to just jump in and waste money like crazy. The way most of us, that have been around forever, learned itl. Hard lessons, I don't wish for anyone to go through.

    The first time I ever ran an adwords ad, I blew through $215 in 15 minutes lol.

    Obviously I learned a lot since those days...
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  • Profile picture of the author mlz8OnlineBiz
    I would suggest you to try this Facebook App to get traffic before you go over to Facebook/Adwords advertising.

    One thing, that it will cost you much less as compared to paid advertising.
    Another thing that it will probably bring more traffic in a viral way.
    You just pay for the app and share the app on Facebook and there it gets VIRAL.

    But its up to you which way you want to go. I am just giving my suggestion.
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  • Profile picture of the author minhhiep
    i think it's Facebook/Adwords advertising
    and bing ad ,maybe ...
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  • Profile picture of the author daskalel
    I think most of all, it depends on the niche and offer you're promoting....
    any traffic source would work (and to verify this - there are 7-Figures earner in any traffic source...)
    but at the end of the day it comes down to 2 main things -

    1. You SELLING skills... e.g. copy / creatives / whatever it is you're using to sell either your own product OR an affiliate offer...

    2. just BE WHERE YOUR POTENTIAL COSTUMERS ARE..... I'd say Facebook ads works great! but if you run adults offers - would they? same goes for running ads even here on the WF.. that would work for the IM niche, right? Will it work for the dating niche ? not sure...
    just study who is your PERFECT costumer, then study WHERE do they hang out... then BE THERE ! :-)

    I know it's a little bit of more work... but it can save you a lot of money... and make you a fortune !
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Hi,

    I'm having some good results with IBOTOOLBOX at the moment.

    Hardly anyone is using it at the moment.

    That's probably why I'm having some results with it right now.

    Like anything though these traffic sources soon get over saturated.

    All the best,
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  • Profile picture of the author datingworld
    For me Face book traffic was best but they have restricted ads now in my niche. Since then I am with Adwords and it works great as well.

    If one is able to identify best converting campaigns, that is the best paid traffic, no matter which advertising platform it is.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mikesweeney
      Most of it depends on copywriting. If you can write good copy, and have a good offer you should do well. My personal favorites have been banner ads and solo ads.

      Tootles,

      - Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author ohman1988
    Hey there! From what I keep hearing Facebook is really good for getting the traffic you want, but ad words works well too. I personally have had success with Facebook system so I can't really complain much!
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  • Profile picture of the author Coach Comeback
    I have been using paid email lists and mailing from my own self hosted server via amazon sms.

    I build my list at $10 per 10,000 subscribers (not a typo) and I pay $0.10 per 1000 emails sent.

    NO facebook ads, SOLO ads, SEO, google adwords... or anything else for that matter will ever be able to beat that
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  • Profile picture of the author Coach Comeback
    I have a couple of different reliable sources.

    Some of the more common (and expensive) are lists.nextmark.com or getsubscribers.com for example.

    Even though these may seem more than my $10 source... when you look at it from the grand view ... like most try to compare it to a solo ad...

    But there is no comparison.

    Solo ads you may be paying $0.30 a CLICK... from a decent average list... but your conversion may only be 30%... if you are lucky!

    So essentially you are still paying $1 per subscriber. Most pay triple that in the long run messing around with facebook ads before they finally figure it out.

    Where with this method.. you are actually paying for the guaranteed subscriber.
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  • Profile picture of the author CecySan
    I think the quality of questions we ask will determine the quality of answers we get...

    Best traffic source? What are you promoting? Who is your ideal customer?

    I LOVE paid traffic. It's fast, reliable. FB allows you to pinpoint specifically who you want, if you know how to use it. I promote a lot of offers in IM, Health, Dating, Etc... So I love doing e-mail media buys and newsletter marketing for that stuff because it's all "general interest".
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberSail
    Adwords, Bing, Facebook are some of the top traffic sources I've used. All depends on your niche tho. So basically, just experiment with different traffic sources and see what works for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Highway55
    Originally Posted by cyberzolo View Post

    I'm really thinking about doing Facebook/Adwords advertising and have seen some case studies. Do you guys get good conversions with paid traffic? Which traffic sources work best for you? Thanks for your help in advance.
    Loaded question that begs to ask ... what is it that you want to promote?
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  • Profile picture of the author Melissahoster
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    Originally Posted by cyberzolo View Post

    I'm really thinking about doing Facebook/Adwords advertising and have seen some case studies. Do you guys get good conversions with paid traffic? Which traffic sources work best for you? Thanks for your help in advance.
    I have used both FB and adwords. Both have their merits. At the end of the day conversion rates depend on your niche. For example in my case FB ads didn't work well for selling internet marketing services, whereas FB worked great for selling a couple of my amazon products. So, it depends on the niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    This depends on products which you promote. You need to test.. test.. test.. each paid traffic source.
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  • Profile picture of the author alieen
    google Adwords, facebook ads,linkedin ads...
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  • Profile picture of the author Jtraits
    that comment by salegurus is like a treasure. glad i've opened this post to see that xD
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    My best paid traffic sources are:

    - Bing Ads
    - Google Adwords
    - Media Buys
    - Advertising sites in my niche
    - Facebook

    That's it really. But you should try them yourself to see how they do for you. I'm sure it won't be hard for you. Keep the dream alive and go hard.
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  • Profile picture of the author eartas
    When you know what you're doing, i think FB ads are the best...I've had great results with it
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by eartas View Post

      When you know what you're doing, i think FB ads are the best...I've had great results with it
      FB is getting harder, but it just means you have to TEST your NUTS OFF, and make sure you are targeting and refining your target market also.

      Also spy on your competition. They do not run ads day after day and week after week if they are not WORKING.... so that is a big tip on facebook.

      Our biggest day was $3000 US in 23 hours on facebook. But we studied competition, and worked out, their exact target audience (smaller) and worked out they were advertising at different times of the day, which you can do also on FACEBOOK. Its killer stuff.

      So much money waiting on facebook to be made I agree.
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  • Profile picture of the author jungleweb
    There are tons of places to advertise, some better than others depending on the niche. Common sources are Adwords/BingAds/Facebook/Twitter Ads. But there's TONS of other platforms you an try. The question is not so much "where can I advertise", but rather simply think about where your target audience is online (or off) and then this will lead the trail to the appropriate platforms and outlets that you need to go through to connect with them. Who knows? Popular advertising platforms like Adwords or FB may not be it for you. Depending on your niche, perhaps it's some unknown beaten path that many people don't even know exists!
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    • Profile picture of the author Davidwr
      Originally Posted by jungleweb View Post

      There are tons of places to advertise, some better than others depending on the niche. Common sources are Adwords/BingAds/Facebook/Twitter Ads. But there's TONS of other platforms you an try. The question is not so much "where can I advertise", but rather simply think about where your target audience is online (or off) and then this will lead the trail to the appropriate platforms and outlets that you need to go through to connect with them. Who knows? Popular advertising platforms like Adwords or FB may not be it for you. Depending on your niche, perhaps it's some unknown beaten path that many people don't even know exists!
      I totally agree. I have always heard that Facebook is unbeatable, but it hasn't worked for me then I tried Adzuum.com and it's worked really well for me. I'm having my best year online because of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author valarmorghulis
    This is a question nobody can truly answer. What's best for me will not necessarily be best for you. It depends on your niche and your monetization strategy. The only way to find out is to test.
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  • Profile picture of the author bestofsigns
    Hi,

    you can try Google Adwords and Bing Ads for better traffic which can give you more conversion rate and better ROI for your website.
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    • Profile picture of the author faithkonfyans17
      Word of advice.. It's not always about traffic. If you have a good converting offer then targeted traffic will likely convert. What's important is making a PROFIT from that traffic assuming we are speaking about Paid traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author georgekush1
    As I came down in this Thread, It became more and more Complex. According to me the answer of "Best Paid Traffic Sources?" depends on the purpose of your Advertising.
    If you want to get instant result and don't have any budget problem then go for Google Adwords.

    But If you want to play long term game then I would like to suggest you to generate your Facebook page like by paying them. Once you are done with it and share any piece of Information on your page, then flood gates of Traffic will open for your Site ......Trust me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan723
    Personally, I've had good results with Bing Ads. You can still ger good traffic fairly cheaply by running a campaign there.
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  • Profile picture of the author january14n
    This depends on your niche and targeted consumers. You could try any from the suggested sources and from it you could try them one by one and see who from it works for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnstark
    Google Adwords, Facebook Ads campaigns, LinkedIn Ads, Twitter Ads, PPC Campaigns, BuySellAds.com, StumbleUpon and Email Marketing are excellent sources for Paid traffic. I have used them all and its gives me excellent results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Al amin
    There is no exact answer of this questions. Because which traffic source will be the best depends on the niche and product. People are making quite good amount of money from Bing, Fb ads, Ppv, media buy etc. Mastering any traffic source would be good enough.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Gau
    Hi everyone am mlm marketer am doing mlm marketing,So I have my banners and referral links and i want to do advertising of my banner and links..
    So which i am thinking to buy paid traffic and doing advertising..So anyone can suggest me good traffic sources..
    from my search i got two reputed traffic sources which is better for advertising as follows :

    1.Google adwords
    2.Facebook Ads

    So any can tell me the conversion rates of these two advertising in terms of percentage....

    And also tell me any other good paid traffic sources..

    Thank You if you suggest and guide me...
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  • Profile picture of the author minhhiep
    SEO doesn't work for instant , like teespring, you need fb ads,twitter ads
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  • Profile picture of the author MargoJones
    I haven't tried any other networks but I have only started with Facebook and results are absolutely amazing, they may not have amazing support but they have next to none targeting available on their platform, don't think I can give exact conversion numbers as they will be different for you. But TRY THEM OUT!
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  • Profile picture of the author mafia1
    The best paid traffic source by far is Google Adwords however, it is very pricey! From my experience, to drive a decent amount of traffic to your page/site, you will need a relatively large budget
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  • Profile picture of the author AffEngineer
    Depends on a lot of things. What you want to promote, what countries you want to target, niche, etc. In general stick to the high quality traffic sources. Google, Bing, FaceBook. It's a bit harder then people make it seem but with enough persistence I'm sure you can make it work

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonbrownaim
    In addition, you can use 50onred or BuySellAds. Traffic sources from both networks as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by cyberzolo View Post

    I'm really thinking about doing Facebook/Adwords advertising and have seen some case studies. Do you guys get good conversions with paid traffic? Which traffic sources work best for you? Thanks for your help in advance.
    Hey dude

    My 3 all-time traffic sources for both ROI and high conversion rates are as follows:

    1) Adwords - excellent traffic quality and excellent volumes. Still solid ROI if you concentrate on outside the box keywords

    2) Facebook - huge volumes, bit less targeted and solid ROI. Although hammering down your demographic is still key and you do need to watch your campaigns everyday and adjust manually while running it. Those days of leaving it switched on 24/7 no longer work due to increased competition

    3) BING - very good ROI due to lower competition, but also lower volumes. I use it as a small traffic booster once my Adwords campaign is established. I then simply copy my whole Adwords campaign (all high CTR ads and all the good keywords) over to BING for a nice traffic and profit boost.

    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author mrhmamun
    To get quick conversation with targeted traffic, i would suggest you to use Facebook.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    Bing and Facebook both rock the house.

    I would recommend Bing more for someone with less paid traffic experience...

    As it's easier to get targeted clicks at a much cheaper price.
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