Is it best to master 1 traffic source before trying others?

by Johnny Danes Banned
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Greetings!

I want to start using paid traffic sources. There are lots of them to choose from. IS it best for me to select one and learn it well before moving on or should I try 3-4 at once?


Thank you Warriors.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Benjamin
    Originally Posted by Johnny Danes View Post

    Greetings!

    I want to start using paid traffic sources. There are lots of them to choose from. IS it best for me to select one and learn it well before moving on or should I try 3-4 at once?


    Thank you Warriors.
    Good Question. ALWAYS focus on learning ONE at a time. Conventional
    wisdom will also tell you one, but that's because conventional wisdom...
    in this case, is right.

    If you can help it, try not to lose "hope" in your traffic source if you
    know it works (based on people who are known to have made it work
    and drive them traffic) until you MAKE it work.

    That's the hardest part about focusing on one traffic source...it will NOT
    work out exactly as you imagined the FIRST time you try it and you will
    do find a few flaws or make a few mistakes that weren't mentioned before,
    so focusing on getting the kinks out so it works for you WILL be the bigger
    challenge before you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mukul Verma
    I agree on focus, however in this case, use many.

    If you have been through my training you would know that I believe each website has a different traffic groove. If you focus on one, you may not find what can bring to more traffic (and cheaper since it is paid). I would suggest to try many different ways, then when you find what works, FOCUS hard only on proven methods and let go of the rest.

    Cheers,
    Mukul
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    • Profile picture of the author Johnny Danes
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      Hi Mukul.


      YOu make a very sound argument. Thanks for the reply.







      Originally Posted by Mukul Verma View Post

      I agree on focus, however in this case, use many.

      If you have been through my training you would know that I believe each website has a different traffic groove. If you focus on one, you may not find what can bring to more traffic (and cheaper since it is paid). I would suggest to try many different ways, then when you find what works, FOCUS hard only on proven methods and let go of the rest.

      Cheers,
      Mukul
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  • Profile picture of the author imon32red
    Originally Posted by Johnny Danes View Post

    Greetings!

    I want to start using paid traffic sources. There are lots of them to choose from. IS it best for me to select one and learn it well before moving on or should I try 3-4 at once?


    Thank you Warriors.
    This is something that you need to figure out. Everyone is different, and we all have different likes and abilities. Each of us will be able to use traffic sources differently.

    I don't think you need to master anyone traffic source before moving on to the next. Just give each one a fair chance. When you find something that works stick with it. Rinse and repeat. Rinse and repeat. You can try other traffic sources on the side, but just keep doing what works until you replace your income.
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    • Profile picture of the author Johnny Danes
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      Hi,

      thanks for the reply.


      I was asking because I only have $1000 to start with. Therefore I wanted to use the money wisely.










      Originally Posted by imon32red View Post

      This is something that you need to figure out. Everyone is different, and we all have different likes and abilities. Each of us will be able to use traffic sources differently.

      I don't think you need to master anyone traffic source before moving on to the next. Just give each one a fair chance. When you find something that works stick with it. Rinse and repeat. Rinse and repeat. You can try other traffic sources on the side, but just keep doing what works until you replace your income.
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      • Profile picture of the author imon32red
        Originally Posted by Johnny Danes View Post

        Hi,

        thanks for the reply.


        I was asking because I only have $1000 to start with. Therefore I wanted to use the money wisely.

        I started promoting a couple products in June and did so until the first of October with Adwords. My Adwords account was banned because I tried to send traffic (back in June) to a website that had a lot of complaints to Google. This website sells one of the best selling products on Clickbank.

        Anyways, I started with about the same size budget as you, and the $100 free adwords credit. I never used my budget because the free adwords money got me started. I started out slow until I found keywords and a couple ads that converted really well. I was clearing more than a grand a week at the time that Google shut me down. I have tried numerous other sources but nothing is as effective as Adwords was.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffreyanderson
    I think it's best to master the free sources first, then move onto paid sources. I think that focusing on one time-consuming type of advertising (ie. article marketing) should be mastered but at the same time the forms of marketing that take little time such as facebook and twitter should be used concurrently.
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    • Profile picture of the author Johnny Danes
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      I've been using free methods for 4 years now. It's time to move on to the next level.


      Thanks for your reply.


      Originally Posted by jeffreyanderson View Post

      I think it's best to master the free sources first, then move onto paid sources. I think that focusing on one time-consuming type of advertising (ie. article marketing) should be mastered but at the same time the forms of marketing that take little time such as facebook and twitter should be used concurrently.
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