by Si_B
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Hey guys,

I was hoping for a little help and advice please.

I have read a few books on sales copy etc. I have read a few books and watched a few DVDs of Ted Nicolas also.

I have written my killer sales copy 

I am now thinking of ways to drive traffic to it to get a conversion rate to see if it's worth me investing my money into the product.

Many business people do this and recommend this step.
My thoughts at the moment are -

Use PPC to traffic drive using good keywords (long tail as well as two word keywords).

Does anyone else have any ideas on how to drive on topic traffic to a sales page? Maybe you have already had experience doing this step.

I would really appreciate some advice.

Thanks again, Look forward to your great ideas.

Si
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  • Profile picture of the author Jassim
    There are so many ways to drive traffic, but there is no doubt that the best ways to drive TARGETED traffic is Google Adwords.

    Before entering with adwords you have to learn more about the ways of advertising with google & run the ads very carefully because any small mistakes will cost you more money. If you mastered the adwords, thats it! Your personal Money Making ATM machine is ready.

    From my expereince, there are two guys named anik & singal (PPC Masters) thier video lessons are very fantastic called PPC CLASSROOM. You can master google adwords by thier lessons. They already closed the doors to new comers, but hopefully they will re-open on mid feb. Keep on eye on them & join the course to master the google adwords & start building your fortune.

    There are some free methods to get targeted traffic.
    1) Look for forums & groups relevent to your niche & participate.
    2) Write articles & submit in articles directories.
    3) Write your own blogs as google loves blogs.
    4) Participate in yahoo answers.
    5) Make affilate program & leverage from other affiliates by joining in high traffic marketplaces like clickbank, paydotcom etc...

    Hopes this will help you.
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  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    If your product is IM related PPC will produce only problems as PPC and IM product generally don't do well because of tons of competitors clicking on your ads in order to check out your offer and to drain your funds.

    TL
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    "It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. -- Mark Twain

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    • Profile picture of the author Si_B
      Hey guys, thanks for the replies!

      So going down the AdWords PPC route in relation for guaging the interest in a product prior to having it produced is the way to go then yeh? Does anybody else do this kind of testing before producing a product? To me it seems like the only way to find out if people would be/are interested in what im producing but then again im not all that experienced so if anyone has any other methods they would like to share that would be great!

      Originally Posted by Jassim

      From my expereince, there are two guys named anik & singal (PPC Masters) thier video lessons are very fantastic called PPC CLASSROOM. You can master google adwords by thier lessons. They already closed the doors to new comers, but hopefully they will re-open on mid feb. Keep on eye on them & join the course to master the google adwords & start building your fortune.
      Thanks for the info i'll have to have a look around and see what i can find, from what ive seen already AdWords can be a bit of a mine field if your new to it and dont know what your doing!!!

      Originally Posted by TLTheLiberator

      If your product is IM related PPC will produce only problems as PPC and IM product generally don't do well because of tons of competitors clicking on your ads in order to check out your offer and to drain your funds.

      TL
      That's an interesting point, do you think that many competitors deliberately sabotage your ads for their own gain? I can see how/why people would do it but surely it doesn't happen often does it? Are you speaking from personal experience also?

      Luckily, well i say luckily, the product were thinking of having produced isn't IM related so hopefully i wont have the problems you describe, but never say never hey!
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