Anyone Having Success with USFreeAds ?

by Jim Burney 22 replies
Hi Warriors

Anyone had any successes with usfreeads?

Free ads appear to be a waste of time.

Gold membership is not much better.

Next membership level? Is it worth considering?

Any advice welcome.

Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil S
    I'm curious too. I was just looking at the website yesterday. I hear it may help with SEO but necessarily targeted traffic.
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  • Originally Posted by Jim Burney View Post

    Hi Warriors

    Anyone had any successes with usfreeads?

    Free ads appear to be a waste of time.

    Gold membership is not much better.

    Next membership level? Is it worth considering?

    Any advice welcome.

    Jim
    Hi Jim,

    How are you doing my friend?

    No, Gold is the ultimate level I think.

    I posted it somewhere else today: I was a Gold member for a couple of months, but found it to be waste of money, as I was not getting any organic traffic, even for 'long tail keywords'. Needless to say I quit them pretty soon.

    I personally think you are better off with EZA: it is free.

    Arindam
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    • Profile picture of the author Jim Burney
      Thanks for sharing your experiences guys.

      In my view to get an ad seen by prospects is going to cost premier membership and being featured.

      Hence usfreeads is no longer us free ads.

      Jim


      Originally Posted by Arindam Chakraborty View Post

      Hi Jim,

      How are you doing my friend?


      Arindam
      Thanks for asking. I'm ok and good wishes to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author RichardLegg
    I use them in addition to other article directories and social media sites.

    It takes just a couple of extra minutes to post to USFreeAds. I'm using the premium membership.

    An good view rate is ~ 100 views and they are converting to clickthrus too - I usually put a a "sig file" type sentence with a link at the TOP of the post on USFreeAds and that has increased the number of people clicking through.


    Richard
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  • Profile picture of the author toonarme
    I use the premium membership and put an opt-in form on and it gets me a few signups. For what it costs i can put as many html ads as I want and it doesn't cost a lot to upgrade them to feature so I'm pretty happy. I also got a couple of afilliate sales through it which pretty much pays for a few months ads so I can live with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author dbarnum
    I've posted free ads in my state to sell furniture and other stuff, and calls came right away - and sales

    A couple ads for other things like IM-related or affiliate, etc. get lots of clicks as Featured, some leads.

    If you want to tire-kick, just place some free, some Featured, and don't upgrade your entire account (to Premium, think it is) for a few months while you test. Upgrading saves you like $1.50 per Featured ad, so no biggie, unless the math works out better that way (not sure what it costs to upgrade - -like $12 or something...)
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    • Profile picture of the author Eric Lorence
      US free ads is great for selling cars, household goods, some niches do well- pets- remedies- etc...

      but they're so saturated now with marketing ads, it's probably more effective running an ebay classified ad, or even a newspaper ad.

      Best!
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      • Profile picture of the author thomarv29
        Originally Posted by Eric Lorence View Post

        US free ads is great for selling cars, household goods, some niches do well- pets- remedies- etc...

        but they're so saturated now with marketing ads, it's probably more effective running an ebay classified ad, or even a newspaper ad.

        Best!
        I've heard Tradze.com is good for selling stuff, even lets you earn credits so you can buy items listed by other members... pretty good marketing concept as well so it may be good for Affiliate offers if they allow them.
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  • Profile picture of the author webstarcom
    i 've used the premium membership long time ago with no results. I've heard that google has downgrade usafreeads listings...
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    US Free ads is like "You shouda been here yesterday" now in my ealry days about 5 years ago I signed up took the Gold option and got 6 sales in one week so I was stoked and that was on a clickbank product that sold for $47

    Now its has gone to the dogs really , think of it like Facebook without the social side ads got the clicks and you made book on the ads, but now better off looking for the next shiny bullet.:p

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    • Profile picture of the author Rick88
      I think the free ads thing has been scorched dry for the IM market since it is so heavily promoted. Especially since that the IM market is being influxed with out of work or trying to make extra money people in this down economy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Ehinger
    Originally Posted by Jim Burney View Post

    Hi Warriors

    Anyone had any successes with usfreeads?

    Free ads appear to be a waste of time.

    Gold membership is not much better.

    Next membership level? Is it worth considering?

    Any advice welcome.

    Jim
    Wow that is a site I have not heard about since back when I first started with Bum Marketing almost 10 years ago. I would not waste my time as you can get better results form using other methods like Article Syndication.

    Benjamin Ehinger
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  • Profile picture of the author UncleDearest
    USFreeads works fantastic for me. On the other hand, I can see where it would not be for everyone. I use it to promote my sites with physical products. It does not work well for clickbank or other digital products. It takes time to formulate a good ad and you need to work out a system. You must use the premium membership. The free ones are worthless.
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  • Profile picture of the author prasanth5
    They are supposed to be one of the best in the Internet advertising industry. Yes, I am sure they deliver the goods when it matters the most.
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    • Profile picture of the author JaynKeth
      I used it too But do bear in mind, conversion is rather low. But heyy. its additional traffic source. What you want is to get as many people see your site and getting opt in. One good thing is they allowed the html posting, which you can post your whole squeeze page in the ads. You will need to spend time posting ads, but ads go live immediately. And by having a premium account, you can actually post unlimited ads, which will help rather than the gold account which is only 25 ads running at a time. Premium account cost about ~$10/month and there is a 3 day trial.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Nope. Only classified ad site i recommend is Craigslist.
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