Finding Solo Ads to Promote Proper IM Products NOT Get Rich Quick BS

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OK. So the title of this thread might show my feelings towards the Get Rich Quick stuff, it's just not my cup of tea.

Well I've been hunting around for Solo Ads for promoting my squeeze page providing a free guide to split testing, examples of split testing and so on.

Anyways, it seems like EVERY Solo Ad provider I have found just promotes rubbish Get Rich Quick, Become an Over Night Millionaire rubbish.

I just wandered if people had any recommendations and/or tips for Solo Ad providers who promote high quality IM products for proper marketers?

Thanks guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author gwpmike
    Originally Posted by theimexpert View Post

    OK. So the title of this thread might show my feelings towards the Get Rich Quick stuff, it's just not my cup of tea.

    Well I've been hunting around for Solo Ads for promoting my squeeze page providing a free guide to split testing, examples of split testing and so on.

    Anyways, it seems like EVERY Solo Ad provider I have found just promotes rubbish Get Rich Quick, Become an Over Night Millionaire rubbish.

    I just wandered if people had any recommendations and/or tips for Solo Ad providers who promote high quality IM products for proper marketers?

    Thanks guys!
    Have you tried safe-swaps.com? There are a lot of solo ad sellers that will NOT promote "get rich quick schemes" and only legit products/programs in the IM niche. Also, every seller there is rated and reviewed.
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  • Profile picture of the author theimexpert
    Must say I've not really considered Safe-Swaps. Maybe it's just me, but I prefer to chat to whoever I'm dealing with via email or Skype just to get to know them etc. I'm just not a fan of how Safe-Swaps works etc but of course, if it becomes the only option then I'll have to settle for it.

    Thanks for the suggestion.
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  • Profile picture of the author visimedia
    not all solo ad promoter will promote that kind of stuff, I mean the get rich quick BS program. There are several solo ad provider in here that you can buy the service to promote to their list, the main thing is you don't promote the get rich quick program as well... lol..
    I read that you promote the split testing, those stuff. Well, that's goood.

    Finding a good solo ad, one thing you can do is you can PM the buyers list in the threaad because they usually leave a reply/ review of how well or how bad the solo ad experience they have.

    Do it, don't waste your money
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  • Profile picture of the author MrCeo22
    Ive had alot of success with SafeSwaps.com

    Im not sure if you have checked with that website or not but the solo ads there have been pretty good for me. I also constantly hear good things about them. If you havnt checked out that site yet, Id look into it if I were you.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
    You could always look for those providers who specifically state that they won't send out emails about stuff like Empower Network. A lot of them have started stating that type of stuff publicly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brendon Zahrndt
    Who cares what the Solo Ad vendor promotes?

    Isn't the idea to get subscribers to your offer?

    And wouldn't that be based on the strength of:

    A) Your subject line
    B) You email copy
    C) What you deliver after someone opts in
    D) The lifetime value of that and any subsequent subscriber

    ...among other things?

    You'll know for sure if you have a winning offer and funnel if you convert the traffic you receive once you receive it.

    You know why people promote get rich quick stuff? Because they sell.

    If your get rich not-so-quick offer also sells, who cares about the rest?

    My advice to you is focus on the things you have control over and nothing else.
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    • Profile picture of the author slanier2
      Originally Posted by Brendon Zahrndt View Post

      Who cares what the Solo Ad vendor promotes?

      Isn't the idea to get subscribers to your offer?

      And wouldn't that be based on the strength of:

      A) Your subject line
      B) You email copy
      C) What you deliver after someone opts in
      D) The lifetime value of that and any subsequent subscriber

      ...among other things?

      You'll know for sure if you have a winning offer and funnel if you convert the traffic you receive once you receive it.

      You know why people promote get rich quick stuff? Because they sell.

      If your get rich not-so-quick offer also sells, who cares about the rest?

      My advice to you is focus on the things you have control over and nothing else.
      I agree. If the offer converts with little to no charge backs and customers are happy get rich quick stuff can be profitable.

      If the customers are complaining and saying whatever you are selling sucks, that is when it becomes a problem.

      As he said, stick to what you can control.
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    • Profile picture of the author pandadoodle
      Originally Posted by Brendon Zahrndt View Post

      Who cares what the Solo Ad vendor promotes?

      Isn't the idea to get subscribers to your offer?

      And wouldn't that be based on the strength of:

      A) Your subject line
      B) You email copy
      C) What you deliver after someone opts in
      D) The lifetime value of that and any subsequent subscriber

      ...among other things?

      You'll know for sure if you have a winning offer and funnel if you convert the traffic you receive once you receive it.

      You know why people promote get rich quick stuff? Because they sell.

      If your get rich not-so-quick offer also sells, who cares about the rest?

      My advice to you is focus on the things you have control over and nothing else.
      Do you know what conversion is?

      How do you know if you got a winning formula based on your A-D list?

      So you could class your success based on money coming in? You got into IM (i assume to make money) so why wouldn't you try to understand and figure out why your missing sales or clicks or subscribes from the rest of your traffic.

      Having a sub 10% as i assume many here have is the main problem why people do not make money. Test and Test again. Don't stop testing that's how you make money and continue to have a successful product NOT based on the income you have coming in there is always room for improvment and NOT to assume well I'm making $10,000 from my 1,000,000 visits I don't need to worry about the other 900,000 people who come to my site as long as I keep getting my 10k and 1 million visits ill be fine.

      Test and experimenting with conversion, sales lines, headings etc is marketing 101
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Advertise your offer to marketers on Facebook or approach people with lists they have built by selling products and work out a deal to send your offer to their list.

    You might have to pay a little extra per lead on Facebook but the quality of lead you get will (in a lot of cases) be much better than those coming from solo ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author theimexpert
    Brendon and Slanier... You've lost me.

    So there's me, with my offer. It's all about split testing, improving conversions, writing copy and so on... Going on that, you'd assume that my target audience are current marketers, people with websites already or at least at the stage where they are considering setting up a website.

    I therefore don't want to waste my money on soloads that are targeting people who don't want to put time and effort into their online business. I don't want to target the 'push button system seekers' or those looking to get rich quick.

    So saying that it comes down to just the subject line, copy and what's provided is utter rubbish.

    A huge part of it is the quality and relevance of the traffic.
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    • Profile picture of the author cuie
      Originally Posted by theimexpert View Post

      Brendon and Slanier... You've lost me.

      So there's me, with my offer. It's all about split testing, improving conversions, writing copy and so on... Going on that, you'd assume that my target audience are current marketers, people with websites already or at least at the stage where they are considering setting up a website.

      I therefore don't want to waste my money on soloads that are targeting people who don't want to put time and effort into their online business. I don't want to target the 'push button system seekers' or those looking to get rich quick.

      So saying that it comes down to just the subject line, copy and what's provided is utter rubbish.

      A huge part of it is the quality and relevance of the traffic.
      The problem is that most of the people are looking for those magic quick rich buttons. If someone tells them that they'll have to do real work to earn real money, they just aren't interested.

      Why? Because there are so many opportunities to "make money fast".

      You should try buying solo ads from buyers lists. They are usually much more expensive ($0,9-$1,5) per click but include only people who have bought something.

      You can find them in the classified section of WF.
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  • Profile picture of the author Omar White
    Originally Posted by theimexpert View Post

    OK. So the title of this thread might show my feelings towards the Get Rich Quick stuff, it's just not my cup of tea.

    Well I've been hunting around for Solo Ads for promoting my squeeze page providing a free guide to split testing, examples of split testing and so on.

    Anyways, it seems like EVERY Solo Ad provider I have found just promotes rubbish Get Rich Quick, Become an Over Night Millionaire rubbish.

    I just wandered if people had any recommendations and/or tips for Solo Ad providers who promote high quality IM products for proper marketers?

    Thanks guys!
    have you tried Directory Of Ezines ?...aka DOE
    the deo membership is 197$ annual but it provides respectful ezines to buy solo ads from and when it comes to IM niche its the best in my opinion
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  • Profile picture of the author goldenbold
    Some solo ad sellers is scam. I am thanked Ultimate Solo Ad WSO of Paul Nicholls.
    You can find there valuable solos.
    Thanks
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