I wanna use USAFreeAds? any opinion, comments, experinces from experts?

by arissa
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Hi,

I got into one good course which teach making money using USAFreeAd. So before i join the site & pay my hard $9.99 monthly fees. I wanna seek advises from export IM here, what do u think? is it good traffic generating model? can i make money as I am planing to promot CPA, PDC & CB related stuffs
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  • Profile picture of the author Lutz80
    I actually have used it in the past and use it off and on and have had success using it. I typically try to use multiple sources of traffic, so I would recommend it, I always say if you make 3 or 4 sales from paying 10.00 a month and they pay say 40.00 per sale is that not a good ROI? I say so it is really no different than using PPC or ad buys or whatever other form of paid traffic.
    I like using it on certain projects that I think it will work on, and if you try it out and you don't get any results after a month or 2 just take a look at your ad, and see if that is the problem or is it the offer and go from there just like any other traffic method.

    Well I hope this helps you a bit

    Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Sojourn
    I have over 100 USFreeAds I created about six months ago. I didn't make a lot of sales, but I have a template I copy and paste in so creating an ad takes only a few minutes, and they've been decent at driving traffic to my sites. I also went with the $6.99 (something like that) membership instead of the top one. Not sure how much difference that will make.

    A few tips:

    Use pictures, especially the one that shows in the overall ad listings. I didn't use them initially and noticed that adding them increased views.

    I think the TOS says you can only create one per site or URL (don't remember). For each new project, I create one to my main site and then one to each web 2.0 property supporting my main site.

    Clickthrough rates are higher when I've linked to my site or supporting sites rather than sticking a straight affiliate link in the ad.

    They stick pretty well in Google. I went with keyword phrases that had around 200 searches/month, <50,000 results in Google in quotations, and less than 10 intitle/inanchor results and I could usually get on the first page within 30 minutes and most of those ads are still in those spots nearly six months later.

    After you put your first ad up, keep refreshing the views every 5 minutes or so. Once the view count registers 2-4 views, your ad is usually indexed in Google (those views must be spiders). Then do a search in Google without quotes to see where you show up. That's usually the spot your ad will stick in. It'll drop after a couple of days but then float back to that initial spot within a week.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author arissa
    Thanks for your good tips but If you get all these results why u have not make much sales? => Sojourn

    What kind of projects u use for usfreeads? => Lutz80 aka Zac
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    • Profile picture of the author NetInvestor
      Originally Posted by arissa View Post

      Thanks for your good tips but If you get all these results why u have not make much sales? => Sojourn

      What kind of projects u use for usfreeads? => Lutz80 aka Zac

      I also use usfreeads.

      It´s a lot of work but it´s worth the time you spend there. Just go and find out some good products and write something about them. It´s like writing articles.

      Just create some templates you can use all the time... i´m in with premium and this works well.

      Cheers,

      Patrick
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      • Profile picture of the author 4freedom
        We you USfreeads to rank high on the SERPS for various keywords as well as sending up nice authority site back links. The challenge is if you want your ad to rank high in the SERPS you have to promote the ad... so this is useful if you want to test a product or affiliate link or whatever before building out a site. Is there a market? Will it convert.

        If you don't promote the ad url itself - it won't rank well and you'll get very little "in house" traffic. But the backlinks do count if you are using it for that purpose. I've found a PREMIUM AD does rank high and gets more in house traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sojourn
      Originally Posted by arissa View Post

      Thanks for your good tips but If you get all these results why u have not make much sales? => Sojourn
      Arissa - good question!

      I should clarify. I started out making ads with straight affiliate links in them. From those, I got only a few sales - although views were really good.

      I moved on to making my own sites and now I use the ads only to drive traffic to my sites. That traffic probably results in sales from my site to which I haven't given proper credit to the ad.

      That's what I meant by the affiliate link vs. site link tip. I was able to create ads that ranked well, stuck in Google and got decent views considering the search volumes I targeted, but I didn't get a lot of clickthroughs to the affiliate links.

      When I switched to using the ads to drive the traffic to my site first, the clickthroughs went up and I suspect it was because the links were more appealing - regular domain URL vs affiliate link. My sites do make sales and some of them are probably as a result of traffic through the ad, but I haven't broken it down that far.

      So, to clarify, I think they are great for traffic but I was not able to get a good clickthrough rate straight to an affiliate link.

      Hope that helps explain it better. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author NickCMT
    I think i might give the premium membership a trial run. I have a feeling this site could be great for certain niche's that arent overpopulated.
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  • Profile picture of the author babarapho
    Hai,
    I will recommend US Free ads. They work perfectly well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Odhinn
    They rank well, but like others said, link to your website rather than to affiliate ads. Your clickthru, and conversion rates will be higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author arissa
    I also use usfreeads.

    It´s a lot of work but it´s worth the time you spend there. Just go and find out some good products and write something about them. It´s like writing articles.

    Just create some templates you can use all the time... i´m in with premium and this works well.

    Cheers,

    Patrick
    Yeah that what I planing to do as I have very step by step guideline but I wanted to ask how good to do so when we promote ads like cpa & so on. So u r experience is about having high ranking or good sales?

    We you USfreeads to rank high on the SERPS for various keywords as well as sending up nice authority site back links. The challenge is if you want your ad to rank high in the SERPS you have to promote the ad... so this is useful if you want to test a product or affiliate link or whatever before building out a site. Is there a market? Will it convert.

    If you don't promote the ad url itself - it won't rank well and you'll get very little "in house" traffic. But the backlinks do count if you are using it for that purpose. I've found a PREMIUM AD does rank high and gets more in house traffic.
    what do u mean by promote my ads? u mean I need to promote the link to usfreeads?

    I think i might give the premium membership a trial run. I have a feeling this site could be great for certain niche's that arent overpopulated.
    Yeah paying $10 not much but is worth it or not? I have not try yet..

    They rank well, but like others said, link to your website rather than to affiliate ads. Your clickthru, and conversion rates will be higher.

    I should clarify. I started out making ads with straight affiliate links in them. From those, I got only a few sales - although views were really good.

    I moved on to making my own sites and now I use the ads only to drive traffic to my sites. That traffic probably results in sales from my site to which I haven't given proper credit to the ad.

    That's what I meant by the affiliate link vs. site link tip. I was able to create ads that ranked well, stuck in Google and got decent views considering the search volumes I targeted, but I didn't get a lot of clickthroughs to the affiliate links.

    When I switched to using the ads to drive the traffic to my site first, the clickthroughs went up and I suspect it was because the links were more appealing - regular domain URL vs affiliate link. My sites do make sales and some of them are probably as a result of traffic through the ad, but I haven't broken it down that far.

    So, to clarify, I think they are great for traffic but I was not able to get a good clickthrough rate straight to an affiliate link.

    Hope that helps explain it better. Thanks!
    Ok ok I understood, that means writing ads for my own affiliate website is better than advertising affiliate link directly.

    from ur experience if I pay $10 for 1 month fees, how many sales roughly I can get in that month? can I cover my fees if the affiliate commission is over $20?
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