My One BIG CHANGE That Has Made Me More Money Than EVER

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So over the years I have been running a lot of Traffic CPA offers, and I pretty much ONLY buy traffic. I have one website that does SEO but I cant stand SEO....

Anyways one major thing I have started doing differently this year is I have started targeting countries other than USA> Now I know this is nothing new and it's well known that traffic is cheaper...but I never actually did it till now...cause I was too lazy.

I have found that Germany is a Goldmine. I run german leads style offers lately and have hired a cheap translater from Upwork to make sure all my pages are translated to native german language. I was always so damn lazy that I never wanted to take that extra step but really it pays off tenfold...This extra work is well worth it.

If you are stuck in the "english" world and need to scale or make more money then I highly recommend/remind you that there is a lot of money sitting in other GEOs. It's not that hard to build an english campaign then send to a translator. They are very cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author unlimitedoptions
    Joey:
    Thanks for sharing. I've been sticking to the main 5 countries like many IMer's so it's good to know someone has tested and proven that other countries besides the Big 5 actually spend money.

    Thanks again for sharing. I'll definitely check it out.

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  • Profile picture of the author jthom804
    Very good tip! I usually only market to the English speaking countries myself. I saw WSO a little while back, Focusing on CPA marketing to other countries. Maybe I should have paid a little more attention lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author ccherlet
    Been doing this as well. Not translating content but reaching out to other non-north American english speaking countries.
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  • Profile picture of the author timexer
    I've also heard from somewhere else that German market is booming. It seems it's worth checking out. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Wendy Musch
    Marketing to other languages (countries) is one thing, but if the product is in English what good does it do?
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    • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
      Originally Posted by Wendy Musch View Post

      Marketing to other languages (countries) is one thing, but if the product is in English what good does it do?
      Well the most important thing about this is finding offers that are made for the country you choose to promote in. There are tons of these on CPA networks.
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  • Profile picture of the author kelvintoro
    I agree that having a marketing campaign translated into different languages is a great way to reach audiences who may not be well versed with the primary language of your campaign. Choosing the right languages to translate your campaign into can be quite challenging. I have created a list of some of the top languages (apart from English and German) that would be handy to translate your campaign into, with the facts and figures on why these languages are your best bet:
    • Spanish - Around 427 million people across 31 countries speak Spanish, making it the second most widely spoken language worldwide. Spanish makes up about 4.9% of online content.
    • Chinese - There are a total of 1.3 billion Chinese speakers in the world with Chinese spoken in about 35 countries, making it the most widely spoken language worldwide.
    • Arabic - It is the fourth most spoken language worldwide. Egypt and Iran make up the majority of Arabic users on the Internet, with 95.1 million users from these two countries alone.
    • French - With a total of 75.8 million speakers in 53 countries, French is a very popular language today.
    • Russian - Russian is spoken in 17 countries, with 103 million Internet users in Russia alone, not to mention the millions more in post-Soviet states where Russian is still widely spoken.

    Also dont forget to consider the below points while working with multi-lingual countries.
    1. Decide who you are targeting with your translation
    2. Identify the dominant languages spoken by your target audience
    3. Evaluate what will maximize your reach for your budget
    4. Prepare a detailed brief that clearly sets out the aims of the project
    5. Make sure you use relevant and culturally aware linguists
    6. Use an experienced translator or agency that knows the challenges
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    • Profile picture of the author Greyrock
      Can I just point out that Iranians do not speak Arabic! Their language is Farsi. They use the same alphabet but it is a totally different language. Just like the difference between English and French.
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      • Profile picture of the author kelvintoro
        I agree and the most widely spoken language of Iran is Persian but I was just talking about the most widely used languages on internet and Iran also has a population which use Arabic as their language as well and as per the statistics on internet I found that Arabic language is the fourth most wide used language on Web.
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  • Profile picture of the author rlpoole1
    thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author ladyboss
    Thank you for sharing. It sounds reasonable to expand internationally. I'm still a newbie learning how to build an online business. But I do speak other languages and should make use of that skill. Although, outsourcing to Upwork sounds a lot better and time saving to have products translated for me. Otherwise, I'd be buried in translating everything myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pat H
    I have to admit I have never really considered much internationally so this article was intriguing to me. Sounds like international marketing is not going to fade even if there is much international populism across the globe, politically speaking.
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  • Profile picture of the author TJGoonan
    Isn't it awesome when you tweak a variable and it clicks for you?!
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  • Profile picture of the author KingReputation
    About 7 months ago I bit the bullet and heavily invested in coaching, I took my time and find a coach I liked, who could taught me how to gert my business up over 12k a month currently.

    I was able to pick a lot of small tips, tricks of the trade( that saved me money as I was able to avoid expensive pitfalls) I was able to have a direct contact into the deeper IM world. I learnt how to actually make a profit for the first time, and as someone who was sceptical I actaully enjoyed it and I really liked being walked through some of the processes that used to keep me up for days.

    I owe my coach much, it was a biggest boost to my bottom line, in fact I was happy having money come.
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  • Profile picture of the author anand363
    Choosing CPA as my best paid traffic source and SEO as my best free traffic source had sky rocketed my income generation in internet marketing. Achieving CPA and SEO in a desired manner is like dropping a nuke (in a productive/constructive manner) in your business. Nothing will stop you from making your desired income if you become expert in this.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    do you get a .de domain or do you just get a .com for whatever country you are promoting

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    • Profile picture of the author Joey Babbs
      Originally Posted by agmccall View Post

      do you get a .de domain or do you just get a .com for whatever country you are promoting

      al

      I just use .com
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  • Profile picture of the author your freelancer
    Yea , If you want to deal with native of non English speaking country , then its best to go for their own language.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    I never bought into the whole "tier 1 traffic is the only good traffic" mindset. I've never blocked anyone from subscribing to my list. Anyone who wants to get on my list is more than welcome.

    Just because someone is not from a "tier 1" country doesn't mean they don't have credit cards or bank accounts. I have dozens of loyal repeat customers from countries like India, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, etc.

    If I had stopped them from subscribing to my list, I would have lost thousands of dollars in sales just last year alone.

    People are people, and if they want to buy something, it doesn't matter what country they are from.

    I think buying tier 2 and tier 3 traffic dirt cheap and then monetizing the leads properly is one of the best kept secrets in the IM industry.

    I also promote digital products that are in English and still get many international buyers because I've found that tons of people all over the world speak English.

    For instance, I have loads of customers from India and I'm pretty sure just about all of them speak English and have no problem buying products that are in English.
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  • Profile picture of the author rritz
    May I ask what traffic source you are using for German traffic?

    Mobile or desktop or both?

    I am using bing mostly and there doesn't seem to be a lot of German traffic around. Or maybe I am just doing the wrong ads? I'd very much appreciate your thoughts

    Originally Posted by Joey Babbs View Post

    So over the years I have been running a lot of Traffic CPA offers, and I pretty much ONLY buy traffic. I have one website that does SEO but I cant stand SEO....

    Anyways one major thing I have started doing differently this year is I have started targeting countries other than USA> Now I know this is nothing new and it's well known that traffic is cheaper...but I never actually did it till now...cause I was too lazy.

    I have found that Germany is a Goldmine. I run german leads style offers lately and have hired a cheap translater from Upwork to make sure all my pages are translated to native german language. I was always so damn lazy that I never wanted to take that extra step but really it pays off tenfold...This extra work is well worth it.

    If you are stuck in the "english" world and need to scale or make more money then I highly recommend/remind you that there is a lot of money sitting in other GEOs. It's not that hard to build an english campaign then send to a translator. They are very cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author dklein
    I guess sometimes it's better to think outside the box. Thanks for the post.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    If you can translate your content to other languages, the sky is the limit.
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    • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      If you can translate your content to other languages, the sky is the limit.
      Most of the time this is not even really necessary. You'd be amazed at how many people all over the world speak and understand English perfectly. I've never translated any of the products I promote and I still sell plenty to non-native English speaking people from all over the world.

      Also, I had the privilege of visiting Germany for a week when I was in the military, and it was very rare to come across anyone that didn't speak/understand English.
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