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can anybody recommend a very good seller of solo ads for work at home and affiliate marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave d
    Hi I recommend joining some of the facebook solo ad groups and reviewing feedback on there as well as having a look at the solo ad providers on here.

    While some solo ad sellers traffic may work for some peoples funnels they may not necessarily work for your funnel which is why it's good to do your own research and testing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
    Udimi is another place you could look for solo ad sellers as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourGoToWriter
    You can actually visit this forum's marketplace. Some warriors are offering solo ads. You might be interested in those offers. Just be careful though some might just be offering it for money.

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    • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
      Originally Posted by YourGoToWriter View Post

      You can actually visit this forum's marketplace. Some warriors are offering solo ads. You might be interested in those offers. Just be careful though some might just be offering it for money.

      Loren
      I think it would always be a good idea to do your due dilligence with any solo ad sellers before making a purchase from them. Even on the marketplaces, there are likely some less then desireable sellers, so always double check everything before making a purchase.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Marriott
    Realistically you wont get anyone telling you about a great solo ad seller.

    When they find one they will keep it to themselves

    Unfortunately you will need to check things out yourself.

    Yes, there are solo ad Facebook groups, review groups and yes there are solo ad seller communities etc. Yes Warrior Forum marketplace has solo sellers and there are others.

    But you will need to check them out yourself and see if they work for you.

    You do need to check as much as you can upfront and do your own due diligence but that will not be enough.

    Solo ad industry is rife with people that will not have your best interest in mind.

    Most, I mean MOST solo ads are simply clicks/free offer sign-ups and no sales. This is simply because these lists are built specifically to sell solo ads not to sell products.

    Some are outright scams with robot/fake traffic.

    FIRST - you need a system to be able to track the traffic, clicks, sales and identify robotic or fake traffic. Without it you will have no idea what is going on and will waste a lot of money.

    SECOND - you need to build an email list first and then market from that list.

    THIRD - you need a very long sales funnel that will allow you to make a profit. One affiliate offer will never make a profit. Multiple products in automated email follow up sequences will.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randy McLean
    Check out Solo Ads X.com They have an independent weekly ranking system and guarantee no bot traffic or your money back.

    The owner also runs the FB group Solo Ad Testimonials. That's another great place to go.

    I have bought many solo ads there with good results.
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  • Profile picture of the author John47
    If you want to buy solo ads in the work at home and affiliate
    marketing niche you should ensure that you are sending
    the traffic to a squeeze page to build an email list.

    That is the most profitable method as the expense of
    buying solo ads will be recovered if you have a funnel
    with several offers that you can market to this new
    list. Selling single products unless it is recurring is not
    recommended as the long term customer value is more
    important.

    Facebook has solo ad testimonials groups to assess reputable
    solo ad sellers where feedback is given on the vendors.

    The Marketplace here on Warrior also has solo ad vendors
    with feedback.

    Udimi is also a good site as it is regulated to avoid cowboys who
    sell low quality solo ads. Feedback is give by the purchasers
    and sellers who fall short of the standards will be deleted from
    the site.

    Good vendors will deliver clicks from tier 1 countries such as USA,
    Canada, UK, etc. Countries such as India, China are reluctant
    to buy.

    When purchasing from a vendor for the first time you should start
    with a small number of clicks 50-100 to assess the quality of the
    leads. The cheapest ads are often not the highest quality.
    At first go for a medium price vendor with good feedback.

    Regardless of where you buy your ads you will have to test the
    vendors to ensure you don't get ripped off.
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  • Profile picture of the author R0b328
    Absolutely agree with Randy, Solo Ads Testimonials FB group is the best resource I go to for solo ads. It makes it really easy to find someone to try out because you're getting real time feedback from real buyers. Makes the good sellers rise to the top and easy to spot
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