How To Buy Solo Ads In Almost Any Niche

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People keep asking me about this so I thought more would want to know about it...

It's pretty easy to get solo ads in just about any niche.

Just go to ClickBank and find vendors in the niche you're trying to get a solo ad for, contact them, and ask if they will sell you a solo ad.

Also, a lot of authority sites in niches have media kits where they often sell ezine ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennisknows
    Hmmm never thought about that... Thanks. We're always stepping on each others toes trying to get solo ads from the same people. Guess this frees up the playing field a bit


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  • Profile picture of the author CalinDan
    This is a great way of contacting people for JV partnerships in any niche also.
    You just have to provide proof of quality or high EPCs, depending on the partnership type you intend to approach the vendor for.

    Jason is taking it up a level once again. Thanks mate!

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    Dan
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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    Have you ever contacted clickbank vendors with solo ad offer? I highly doubt they will agree since they are mostly focusing on selling their product as much as possible.
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by anwar001 View Post

      Have you ever contacted clickbank vendors with solo ad offer? I highly doubt they will agree since they are mostly focusing on selling their product as much as possible.
      Yes. After they sell their product, they make money on the backend by promoting offers through their customer e-mail lists.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinebizgiant
    Thank you Jason. In additon to Clickbank they can go to any such sites like JVzooo, Digiresults and so on.. As the normal solo ad providers lists are saturated and getting more expensive, this will be the best alternative.
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  • Profile picture of the author wfhblueprints
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    People keep asking me about this so I thought more would want to know about it...

    It's pretty easy to get solo ads in just about any niche.

    Just go to ClickBank and find vendors in the niche you're trying to get a solo ad for, contact them, and ask if they will sell you a solo ad.

    Also, a lot of authority sites in niches have media kits where they often sell ezine ads.
    Great suggestion Jason.

    You can extend that to looking through related google searches and finding blogs which have a list or show signs of list building. That way if they don't sell you a solo they may actually end up promoting your product anyways...
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  • Profile picture of the author threezerozero
    interesting way to grab solo ads....but for all the newbies, id highly recommend buying large amounts at first. buy a small number of clicks...say 50 or fewer to check the responsiveness of that list. if its ok, then buy another small number of clicks from that person, if all goes well with that one too, then go ahead and buy a large number of clicks.

    i see far too many newbies buy large amounts of solo ads without doing any testing. not a good move.
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  • Profile picture of the author petemcal
    Nice little tip, no nonsense just straight to the point. Thanks for sharing
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