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Hi
i`m just started with solo ads.
where`s the best place to sell my
solo ads as newbie?
I need some testimonials.
Is it easy to find buyers?
#ads #solo
  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Any solo ad buyer with more than TWO BRAIN CELLS will only buy from solo ad sellers that GENERATE their list off product sales. That's the sad reality of the solo ad biz. Why? Freebie-generated solo ads don't work as well as lists of ACTUAL BUYERS. Even if those buyers just bought a $1 report, that list is worth more than freebie seekers.

    Assuming that your list is made up of PURE buyers, you need to get testimonials. Offer a FREE test drives in exchange for testimonials. Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author entrepreneurjay
      Originally Posted by writeaway View Post

      Any solo ad buyer with more than TWO BRAIN CELLS will only buy from solo ad sellers that GENERATE their list off product sales. That's the sad reality of the solo ad biz. Why? Freebie-generated solo ads don't work as well as lists of ACTUAL BUYERS. Even if those buyers just bought a $1 report, that list is worth more than freebie seekers.

      Assuming that your list is made up of PURE buyers, you need to get testimonials. Offer a FREE test drives in exchange for testimonials. Good luck
      I dont get why anyone with half a brain in there head would try to ruin a very profitable buyers list by selling solo ads consistently.

      You should make a lot more just promoting quality affiliate offers, but to each their own I guess.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Leizerovich
        Originally Posted by entrepreneurjay View Post

        I dont get why anyone with half a brain in there head would try to ruin a very profitable buyers list by selling solo ads consistently.

        You should make a lot more just promoting quality affiliate offers, but to each their own I guess.
        As a solo seller myself i to totally agree.
        For example I have a mixed list and it does get people results (signups and sales)
        But it's totally true it's better to create a dedicated buyers list.
        When you have a good converting buyers list, it's just a waste selling them as solos.
        Many solo buyers are newbies or people that wanna sell solos aswell,
        so they just kill those leads pretty fast.
        Thats why in the solo business it's needed to get new leads daily.
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      • Profile picture of the author writeaway
        Originally Posted by entrepreneurjay View Post

        I dont get why anyone with half a brain in there head would try to ruin a very profitable buyers list by selling solo ads consistently.
        People do it all the time. Big IM software guys too.
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  • Profile picture of the author AuthorityRush
    The best place to both buy and sell solos is FaceBook. Just type in solo ad and you'll find a ton of places to buy and sell.

    If you're brand new and need testimonials, just be honest. And price accordingly. I'd suggest selling 100 clicks at .30 cents each until you get at least 5 testimonials. Then up it to .35 per click.

    Also, if you are going to be serious about this, then you should set up a dedicated sales page on your own URL/domain. And make sure you post every testimonial on that page along with your pricing, payment button and a way to contact you.

    Take a look at what others are doing as far as the sales pages.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    As mentioned above, there are solo ad groups on Facebook. That's a good start. But you must have a responsive list. How well you can get future sales will depend on the results people are able to get with your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
    Banned
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