Email marketing is my #1 recommended traffic method. There’s really no excuse for anyone not to do it, not even money!!!
An email “solo ad” is simply where you run your email message/ad to somebody else’s list of email subscribers for a fee ranging anywhere from a few dollars to hundreds of dollars depending on your budget. All you have to do to run a solo ad is give the solo ad seller your email ad! But more on that in a minute.
Essentially, running a solo ad is like you’re renting somebody’s email list for a day. You can typically schedule or choose a day and time, and they “blast” your email message out to either their full list, or, to a portion of their list to produce a certain number of “clicks” on the link included in your email message. Since your email message/ad is going out to potentially hundreds or even thousands of people at once, you can get a lot of traffic very quickly with email solo ads.
But you want to be careful. You don’t wanna get too excited and buy an email solo ad to some massive list, for say, $600, and then be out all that money if the list doesn’t perform well. So what you can do especially when just getting started is to find and run solo ads for as little as $20 to $50 by only buying a certain number of “clicks” from the email/solo ad provider (aka email list owner)…
Let’s assume you choose to run one of our ready-made email ads above. Again, many email/solo ad providers offer the option of buying ads that are only sent out to a portion of their list rather than having to pay to send an ad to their full list. They’ll generally charge by the number of clicks on your link. So for example you might spend $50 to receive 75 clicks on your link, in this case meaning at least 75 people would open up your email message and click on your link to visit your site. The whole point here is that you can test the waters by doing smaller “runs” to a particular list, and then if it performs well run an ad to the full list.
You can also start keeping a *record* of which email solo ads (i.e., which lists) perform well for you, and eventually run ads for all your websites to those same providers. Ultimately you’ll have your own little “hot list” of excellent performing solo ad providers that you can count on to get traffic any time you need it.
Another thing I recommend before paying for a solo ad (or virtually any kind of traffic, for that matter) is to “check out references” whenever possible. Find out how well other advertisers’ email ads have done, what type of product they were promoting, etc.
You can also ask list owners if they’ve run ads for the same product that you’re promoting to their list, in the recent past. It’s just common sense stuff… If “Bob” just ran an ad for a program that you want to promote like “MyPayingAds” for example to “Jack’s” email list. Then obviously the majority of Jack’s subscribers have already seen the offer for that program or product which means you might want to check how big the email list is and how many of its subscribers have seen the same offer. Just ask if you can get fresh clicks for people who’ve not recently seen the same website).
You might be better off coming back a few months later, or running your ad to a different email list vendor or provider.
Last but not least, you can very often negotiate and bargain hunt for great deals, such as double mailings (on two separate days), etc. Just by asking, I’ve received as much as a 50% discount! The worst that people can say is “no” and you’ve risked absolutely nothing.
Here is my #1 Solo Ad Vendor
I personally use Udimi for my Solo Ads because of the huge selection and quality of the vendors. Please look around and take your time at all the different vendors. Read all the feedback and comments from their customers and ask any questions you want to get a better idea which vendor you would like to use.
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Following is my current Top 10 list of places to find email solo ads, starting at as little as $20-25 for 50 clicks. This list is based directly on MEMBER feedback, meaning these are venues where other members just like you are already running ads to get leads and commissions. There’s just no excuse not to run a solo ad. It’s so incredibly easy, and it will produce LEADS for you, which can then turn into commissions and paid subscriptions… So take a good look and use the
Top 10 Places To Find Email Solo Ads & Start Making Money NOW!!!
1. Udimi.com (Hot tip: Look for sellers with good ratings and a “$” symbol next to their listing)
Whatever you do, do NOT give up after running just one or two solo ads. Don’t “judge” the performance of your funnel until you’ve brought in at least 200-300 subscribers (keep the faith). The reason is this: solo ad quality and performance can greatly vary, and you want to look for email lists that produce SALES and not just leads. Look for lists that have BUYERS on them. This will often be indicated in testimonials and feedback, such as provided in solo ad buyer / seller marketplaces like Udimi.com.
TrafficForMe.com is awesome if you have a bigger budget, because they’ll really take you by the hand and show you the best vendors (list owners) to run your ad and opportunity with. The owner, Harris Fellman, has 15+ years online experience. Highly recommended.
So There You Have It!
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