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Hi all,
I have a capture page that converts well, but I am having trouble finding a good traffic source.
What is working well for you guys?
Is PPC still a viable option or is there other sources that are producing lots of views?

Cheers
#sources #traffic
  • Profile picture of the author bogomil22
    I think that PPC is still working these days and some old school traffic sources are also working and generating results. One of these traffic sources which I think still converts is 7search and also Google adwords is working very well. There are a lot of opportunities and money on FB ads too. And honestly, if you can find reliable solo ad provider, you can get good results.
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    • Originally Posted by bogomil22 View Post

      I think that PPC is still working these days and some old school traffic sources are also working and generating results. One of these traffic sources which I think still converts is 7search and also Google adwords is working very well. There are a lot of opportunities and money on FB ads too. And honestly, if you can find reliable solo ad provider, you can get good results.
      I will have to check out 7search as I haven't heard of that.
      I had limited success with Facebook ads, but maybe I was doing something wrong.
      Thanks for the reply
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  • Does anyone know of a good solo ad provider?
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  • Profile picture of the author drschool
    Hi Michael, Here is a good facebook group to find solo ad sellers.

    Also, if you've never used Adwords or Bing before, you can get some coupons for free or cheap (depending on how and where you get them).

    There are lots of ways to get organic traffic as well. One way I have found works quite well is to join LinkedIn groups that are related to your topic and then either share your squeeze page with the group, or write and share an interesting blog article and plug your squeeze page/offer in the blog post.
    As for a cheaper alternative to PPC, check out RTB (real time bidding) ads. Places like sitescout and bidable can get you clicks for cheaper than FB or adwords.
    There are tons of ways to get traffic.
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    • Originally Posted by drschool View Post

      Hi Michael, Here is a good facebook group to find solo ad sellers.

      Also, if you've never used Adwords or Bing before, you can get some coupons for free or cheap (depending on how and where you get them).

      There are lots of ways to get organic traffic as well. One way I have found works quite well is to join LinkedIn groups that are related to your topic and then either share your squeeze page with the group, or write and share an interesting blog article and plug your squeeze page/offer in the blog post.
      As for a cheaper alternative to PPC, check out RTB (real time bidding) ads. Places like sitescout and bidable can get you clicks for cheaper than FB or adwords.
      There are tons of ways to get traffic.
      Excellent..Thanks for the information.
      I will also join that Facebook Group and look into the other options you mentioned.
      Much appreciated
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Trujillo
    So what exact issues are you facing with your current traffic sources? You mentioned your capture page converts well correct? It could be that your sales funnel and follow up sequence, it's not always the traffic source itself. I would look more into my offer and follow ups to make sure it converts prior to investing in any more in any ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author NexGeneration
    PPC is good, but if you could reach 85% of Google's visitors as opposed to the 15% reached via PPC, would you? As a bonus, if you could pay 25%-50% less than Google's rate, would that sweeten the pot? A little extra due diligence can go a long way!
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