If You're Using Solo Ads You Better Be Mobile!

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...and I don't mean just a responsive site.

Your entire funnel needs to be optimized for mobile traffic.

I've gone to a completely video-based funnel for solo ads and my results have improved greatly. I buy a lot of solos and they have become 80 - 100% mobile traffic.

I have a video squeeze page which leads to a video training page.

Here's a screen of a run that's going today:


I haven't seen much below 80% mobile in quite a while. If you're not using video for solo ads you need to get testing!
#ads #mobile #solo #solo ads #video funnel
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  • Profile picture of the author depotgang
    I have to agree 100% as a solo ad seller I get request for No Mobile all the time. I have to charge more because it waste over 65% of my traffic. Time to gin up and get our sites in tune. By 2025 Mobile Commerce will be bigger than desktop eCommerce. I know people don't like to think that, but its true.

    If you are not mobile optin optimize, sales optimize etc you will be left in the cold.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    I get request for No Mobile all the time. I have to charge more
    I see on Udimi, people charging $0.40 more per click for no mobile.
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    • Profile picture of the author depotgang
      Originally Posted by IGotMine View Post

      I see on Udimi, people charging $0.40 more per click for no mobile.
      Thats for regular traffic. Udimi up charges 10% For NO MOBILE
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    but what if you are targeting people between 55-75
    I guess they are not that much into mobile
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  • Profile picture of the author ProducerK
    This might be slightly off top, but I still can't believe that solo ads are a thriving business.

    One thing I have always wondered is, if you have this great list, why not run it to offers that will show epcs significantly higher then what you are selling clicks for, and you don't have to wait for orders to come in, etc.

    Maybe someone can provide some clarity on that?
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    Maybe someone can provide some clarity on that?
    Here's one scenario: I mail my list with my/affiliate offers and earn on average $0.35 per click. Someone is willing to pay me $0.50 - $1.00 or more for that click. I'd call that a no-brainer.

    Besides that how many offers can one person promote? If everyone has purchased everything you can find to promote, then what?

    I consistently make a profit from them so I guess I don't care why someone would do it.
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