Cheaper & Better Traffic Than Solo Ads

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Don't get me wrong, solo ads are good. In fact I have a list of 8 solo ad providers that I do business with on a constant basis. Its a great way to dump subscriber and money into your accounts.

Another traffic source where I am paying less per click and subscriber is with a certain PPC network.

I have been playing with PPC for over 4 years now and now can say I have effectively mastered the PPC world.

With PPC or pay per click traffic I am able to create lazer targeted adgroups and ads for my campaigns. That is the magic to getting ultimate traffic at a low price from the PPC networks.

Create adgroups around your keywords and then have your ads targeted around those keywords and what that does is cause people to click on your ads a lot more and in return the networks will give you a lower cost per click.

I average anywhere from 5 cents to 45 cents per click in the "work from home" market. If I do not set up adgroups and just throw everything in one pile I pay well over 1.25 per click making it impossible to make a profit.

My campaigns are converting from 5% to as high as 60% and my adgroups are converting at an insane rate of like 60, 70 and even at 100% on certain days.

I use to think that If I could get a 0.02% rate I was doing good. lol Now I can't help but get at least 5.00% on all my campaigns which is giving me dirt cheap traffic. I even pay as low as penny per click for certain targeted keywords.

The traffic and sales don't come in as fast but its a great source to keep steady traffic and sales coming in over a longer period of time.
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    It appears from his terminology that he is referring to AdWords. It further appears that he only partially understands marketing on AdWords. He is purposefully withholding information so people click his signature and optin to his list to close the loop.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ben Holmes
      Originally Posted by drewfioravanti View Post

      It appears from his terminology that he is referring to AdWords. It further appears that he only partially understands marketing on AdWords. He is purposefully withholding information so people click his signature and optin to his list to close the loop.
      Well stated.

      A good way to suck people into your signature line... I'd be tempted to emulate it, but I'm afraid it would look just a little on the spammy side.

      I was thinking that he was referring to Bing. (based on the pricing he mentioned) The terminology originated at Google - but I think most everyone uses it no matter which PPC arena they're in.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marked09
    There are great traffic sources out there if you know how to use them properly. Few are Facebook Ads, Forum Banners, Blogging, Solo Ads and E-book marketing.

    Honestly all known traffic are good but useless if you don't know how to use them. There are people crusing in Solo Ads, Facebook Ads etc and some gets burned. It's all about proper execution.

    So it would be better if you can expound a bit more
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  • Profile picture of the author gcbmark20
    Originally Posted by EPoltrack77 View Post

    Don't get me wrong, solo ads are good. In fact I have a list of 8 solo ad providers that I do business with on a constant basis. Its a great way to dump subscriber and money into your accounts.

    Another traffic source where I am paying less per click and subscriber is with a certain PPC network.

    I have been playing with PPC for over 4 years now and now can say I have effectively mastered the PPC world.

    With PPC or pay per click traffic I am able to create lazer targeted adgroups and ads for my campaigns. That is the magic to getting ultimate traffic at a low price from the PPC networks.

    Create adgroups around your keywords and then have your ads targeted around those keywords and what that does is cause people to click on your ads a lot more and in return the networks will give you a lower cost per click.

    I average anywhere from 5 cents to 45 cents per click in the "work from home" market. If I do not set up adgroups and just throw everything in one pile I pay well over 1.25 per click making it impossible to make a profit.

    My campaigns are converting from 5% to as high as 60% and my adgroups are converting at an insane rate of like 60, 70 and even at 100% on certain days.

    I use to think that If I could get a 0.02% rate I was doing good. lol Now I can't help but get at least 5.00% on all my campaigns which is giving me dirt cheap traffic. I even pay as low as penny per click for certain targeted keywords.

    The traffic and sales don't come in as fast but its a great source to keep steady traffic and sales coming in over a longer period of time.



    Hi,

    You could try Adroll.com

    They allow you to use "Re-targeting" on your sites.

    So when someone visits your squeeze page and forgets to opt in
    or when someone is about to buy your product and gets distracted
    etc this site allows you to put that same page or offer right in front
    of them again.

    You can advertise on F.B., Google etc too.

    It's a great way to squeeze the maximum juice out of your traffic
    spend.

    I know it isn't buying traffic directly using this but at least you can
    now KEEP hold of any lost traffic from your business that you've paid
    for with your hard earned cash.
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